Orbx Releases Prague for XP11

Orbx has today announced through their Facebook page that they released their rendition of Prague Václav Havel Airport for X-Plane 11. This is the third Prague rendition ever released by Orbx. The other two ones are Orbx Prague for Microsoft Flight Simulator and Prepar3D.

The developer didn’t announce work on this rendition before, and the community didn’t expect this release much. The scenery is now available through the Orbx website and Central app for approximately €19.36.

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Among the main scenery features that users can find in this rendition included are high-quality PBR textures, custom ground poly, as well as SAM jetways. The developer also created custom animations for this scenery, giving it a better true-to-life effect. There are also 21 points of interest in the airport’s surrounding area.


  • High-quality PBR textures
  • Custom ground poly
  • The current airport layout is fully updated with recent real-world changes
  • 21 POIs around the airport area
  • Custom animations
  • SAM jetways
  • Dynamic night lighting
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Prague is the largest and busiest airport in the Czech Republic. It was founded in 1937 and now serves as the main hub for Czech Airlines and Smartwings. The airport has two main runways, while only one is regularly being used. Passengers can fly to many destinations across Europe and the United States from Prague. Some of those most important are London, Brussels, New York and Amsterdam.

If you’d like to learn more about Orbx Prague rendition for other simulators, you can read our other articles here.

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