Axonos Confirms Memphis Airport Scenery Development (XP11)

Axonos has today, through the Forums, officially confirmed their development plans for Memphis International Airport (KMEM) for X-Plane 11. While the developer has first teased the development of the scenery a week ago, the development of was not officially announced yet back then.

In today’s post, Axonos has confirmed, that the subject airport is actually Memphis International Airport (KMEM). Furthemore, it was said by the developer, that the scenery will combine the latest X-Plane 11 technologies while still maintaining the perfect balance between performance and visual look.

A glance at feature list was made based on which we know, that the scenery will feature SAM Jetways, stunning HDR night lighting, over 200 custom objects placed in the airport area, custom underground highways, or compatibility with Just Flight’s Traffic Global and World Traffic 3.

Unfortunately, no pricing or release details were included in the post and so both are yet unknown.

For many, the scenery will be a great combination with the up-and-coming rendition of an MD-11 from Rotate.

Memphis Airport (KMEM) is an international airport in Tennessee, United States. While it is a main hub for FedEx, it sees traffic from airlines such as Delta, Southwest, or United, as well. Annually, over two million passengers visit the airport.

Feature list (21.2.)

  • SAM Jetways & ground traffic
  • Stunning custom HDR night lighting
  • Over 200+ custom objects placed around the airport
  • Detailed 3D modelling and texturing
  • Custom underground highways
  • Compatible with Justflight traffic and World Traffic 3

Author: George

I've been a flight sim enthusiast for some time now, and I've always enjoyed flying to various destinations all over the world. My favourite airport is by far Corfu with its scenic and challenging approach. I founded FSNews in May 2019.

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