Runway 26 Simulations Announces Major Updates For Their Sceneries (XP11)

Runway 26 Simulations have today taken to their Facebook Page to officially announce major updates for their renditions of Ownen Roberts International Airport (MWCR) and Norman Manley International Airport (MKJP) for X-Plane 11. Both sceneries were originally released over two years ago.

Both airports are located just a few miles from each other in Central America in Jamaica and on the Cayman Islands. The announcement of the new major updates happened a few weeks after the developer released two new sceneries for the same simulator – MUCC and MYEM. You can read more on that topic in our previous article.

Owen Roberts International Airport (MWCR)

Owen Roberts International Airport (MWCR) will, in the major update, receive all-new remodelling and texturing including renovated and extended runway. Furthermore, a newly built apron will be added to the scenery with the update together with six new additional gates. Taxiways will be renamed as well to relate better to the real airport.

Norman Manley International Airoprt (MKJP)

Norman Manley International Airport (MKJP) will, on the other hand, receive all-new remodelling and texturing from the ground up. No more specific information was shared on this topic in the post.

There were no mentions of the expected release dates in the post. The updates are expected to be free of charge for existing owners.



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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