Chudoba Design Releases Prague Airport for XP11

Chudoba Design, a small Czech developer responsible for a variety of X-Plane 11 sceneries, such as Hurghada, Taba, or Marsa Alam, has released their rendition of Prague Václav Havel International Airport (LKPR). The exact release date was first announced about a week ago within the scenery teaser video.

Václav Havel International Airport Prague (LKPR), also referred to as Prague Ruzyně Airport, is the largest international airport in the Czech Republic. It is located just a few miles north of the city center, has two runways, and serves as the main hub for Czech Airlines and Smartwings.

The scenery features PBR materials, high-quality textures, and detailed models. One interesting thing that can also be seen in the scenery is the animated water salute. It is yet unknown to us how this feature works and what triggers the water salute. There are also custom animated jetways present in the scenery, accurate night lightning, and night textures, orcustom orthoimagery for the airport area.

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You can buy this scenery through the iniBuilds store for approximately €23.25 with taxes excluded.

It has been confirmed by the developer, that while the initial release version of the scenery does cover only the airport itself, they want to bring surroundings of the airport and some landmarks throughout Prague to the scenery in the future.

Feature List

  • Custom ground with hand-crafted PBR textures
  • Custom SAM jetways and docking system
  • Detailed, custom PBR terminal buildings
  • Animated Water Salute
  • Custom PBR runways
  • Accurate HDR lightning
  • Custom HD orthophoto
  • High level of detail
  • Quick support team
  • Detailed manual in English, Czech, and German

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