Axonos has earlier today released the first update for their rendition of Memphis International Airport (KMEM) for X-Plane 11 after the initial release that happened just a few days ago, on February 26th.
The developers have, based on the community feedback, improved the accuracy of the scenery, added more details, and fixed minor bugs. Based on the complete changelog that was shared with the announcement post, the new version brings added antennas to the area south of the 36L runway, or more buildings added around the airport area, for example.
Furthermore, new textures were applied to the main terminal, the concrete color was adjusted, and the issue when residential buildings were appearing where they should not was fixed.
If you want to purchase the scenery, you can do so through the developer’s Gumroad store for a price of $26 or €21. In order to install the new update, simply download the new files and replace the previous version of the scenery.
Memphis International Airport is located in Tennessee in the United States, the airport has a complex history, first being used as a small airport with an unpaved runway and some hangars but over decades has been built into a huge cargo hub for cargo airline FedEx Express. Despite being mainly a cargo airport, Memphis does see some passenger traffic from major U.S airlines like American Airlines and Delta Airlines.
- removed SAM seasons config
- added antennas (south of rwy 36L)
- added more buildings around the airport area
- added exclusion zone south of the airport to remove a residential area where it is not irl)
- fixed sam config gate C4
- new main terminal textures
- adjusted color of one kind of concrete
- Minor fixes