The development team of iniBuilds, in the case of scenery development also known as iniScene, released their rendition of Buffalo Niagara Airport (KBUF) for X-Plane 11. iniBuilds announced this release through their forums alongside a new scenery announcement.
Buffalo Niagara Airport for X-Plane 11
Buffalo Niagara is considered to be one of the oldest international airports to exist in the United States. It was opened in 1926 and has received many renovations and additions. As the name suggests, it is located close to Niagara Falls, very close to the US/Canada border. The airport is operated by various low-cost and flagship U.S. airline carriers.
iniBuilds created this rendition in collaboration with another excellent X-Plane 11 scenery developer, Xometry. Thus, together they created an impressive rendition of this airport, with a ton of modern and first-class features.
This Buffalo Airport scenery has to offer hand-made ground polygons with crisp textures, custom ground services as well as accurate logos and decals around the airport. Furthermore, there is significant use of PBR textures across this rendition, there is a detailed 3D terminal interior and a widely covered surrounding area.
iniBuilds also recreated this airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The X-Plane 11 version of this airport is available through the iniBuilds website for approximately €20.14. This price excludes your local
value-added tax, which you will be charged for during check out. As usual with iniBuilds, the price in € is only approximate, as you will be charged in GBP. You can also read the announcement article for this scenery.
In the forum post, iniBuilds team also showed an upcoming scenery of theirs. This scenery is going to be Ibiza Airport (LEIB) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The team hopes to release the scenery within this month.
iniBuilds, unfortunately, didn’t share much information about this new scenery. For that reason, we don’t know the feature list yet, nor the pricing or exact release date. However, the team shared a video trailer for this scenery, which you can watch below.
You can also read more about iniBuilds on our website. The team already created a lot of sceneries for both X-Plane 11 and Microsoft Flight Simulator. Some of those are for example San Antonio, Heathrow or Queenstown.