Axonos has today, as announced three days ago through a post on their social network profiles, released their rendition of Jackson Hole Airport (KJAC), the busiest airport in Wyoming, United States by passenger traffic, for X-Plane 11.
The scenery features color-corrected orthoimagery for the airport and its surrounding area, custom HDR lighting, full SAM Seasons compatibility bringing seasonal textures, hand-placed vegetation and buildings around the airport, or high-resolution PBR textures, for example.
Furthermore, to be a bit more specific, the color-corrected orthophoto imagery that comes with the scenery covers an area of about 2000 squared kilometers. The feature list states 500 squared kilometers coverage, the developers have though confirmed that the actual coverage is way bigger.
The complete feature list can be found, together with a set of previews, below in the aricle.
The scenery can be purchased through the developer’s Gumroad store for the previously announced price of $22.90 or €19.30.
Based on the comment section under one of the posts on the Axonos Facebook page, the developers have confirmed, that they are now working on bringing the scenery to the Microsoft Flight Simulator with no further details shared.
Jackson Hole Airport (KJAC) is a public airport located in the western part of Wyoming, United States. It is, by passenger traffic, the busiest airport in Wyoming and is popular within tourists due to the nearby mountains and national parks, including Yellowstone and Grand Teton.
- Hand corrected high resolution orthophoto for VFR flights
- Detailed apron and buildings with PBR textures
- Custom ground vehicles specially made for Jackson Hole
- High resolution and detailed ground textures
- Full SAM marshallers and Seasons implemented
- Compatible with World Traffic 3 & Justflight Traffic Global
- Hand placed trees & houses for the surrounding area