Verticalsim Announces Boise Airport for XP11/MSFS

Verticalsim has recently taken to their social network profiles as well as to their Discord server to officially announce the development of Boise Airport (KBOIS) for X-Plane 11 and Microsoft Flight Simulator.

There were three previews attached to the announcement post showcasing a static fighter jet model, the National Interagency Fire Center building located just by the airport, and the airport terminal itself. All three previews can be seen below.

No information was disclosed on the expected release date and pricing details, and so both remain unknown.

While the feature list was not made public just yet, it was confirmed by the developer in the comment section under their Facebook post, that custom jetways will be present in the scenery. Other than that, we can only estimate what the scenery will offer. In the meantime, we expect the scenery to be on a similar level as other sceneries from Verticalsim.

This includes, for example, the use of PBR textures, accurate airport layout, custom static aircraft and ground equipment, or dynamic night lighting for the best experience.

Boise Airport (KBOI) is a joint civil-military airport in Idaho, United States. Last year the airport saw about 100 thousand passsengers offering routes throughout the country with airlines such as Allegiant Air, American Eagle, or United Express. Even with such passenger numbers, it is the second busiest airport in Idaho.



Author: George

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