Today marks the release of Boundless’ seventeenth airport scenery for X-Plane 11. Released with great anticipation within the community, the developers are continuing on expanding the availability of British airport sceneries for X-Plane 11. The development was initially announced in September of the previous year.

Doncaster Airport (EGCN) recreation from Boundless offers a variety of features one would expect from modern scenery. Ranging from PBR textures throughout the scenery, custom orthoimagery with 15cm resolution, to accurately recreated night lighting.

Additionally, during rain, puddles will appear on the apron for the most immersive experience. For those who appreciate seeing accurate terminal interiors, Boundless did not forget about that. The scenery offers a 3D terminal interior recreated to “stunning detail”.

The developers have also accurately represented the local Avro Vulcan aircraft parked at the airport while not forgetting about other static aircraft. The scenery further features thousands of accurately placed objects to achieve the best accuracy and user experience.

You can purchase the scenery through the developer’s website for 12.99GBP, or about €15.60.

Doncaster Airport (EGCN) is a rather small airport in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England. It sees mainly seasonal traffic to Spain, Greece, and Bulgaria carried by Wizz Air and TUI Airways. Since 2011, the aircraft is home to Avro Vulcan bomber with registration G-VLCN. It was the last airworthy example of the aircraft.



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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