3.12.2020 – 09:08z

X-Codr Announces West Yellowstone Airport for X-Plane 11

X-Plane scenery developer X-Codr has today taken to the X-Plane.org Forums to announce their West Yellowstone Airport (KWYS), and Yellowstone National Park scenery for X-Plane 11.

The development of the scenery is well underway and is set to have many features such as a highly detailed rendition of West Yellowstone Airport, the town of West Yellowstone, and the Yellowstone National Park. Additionally, the scenery will feature, ultra detailed buildings, PBR textures, ultra high definition ground textures, realistic wear and tear, 3D vegetation, and more.

There is no exact release date or price for the product, but X-Codr stated it most likely won’t be completed this year.

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Yellowstone National Park is located in Montana of the United States of America, and is known for it’s wildlife and most notably its geothermal features. The park is most well know for it’s natural springs and geysers as well as it’s wide variation of flora and fauna. The West Yellowstone airport serves the town of West Yellowstone and offers flights from Delta Connection to Salt Lake City in the Bombardier CRJ-200 regional jet.


  • Detailed rendition of KWYS – West Yellowstone Airport
    • Ultra detailed buildings
    • High resolution textures
    • PBR normal maps for superb realism
    • Lite interiors for most buildings and detailed interior for terminal
    • Ultra high resolution ground textures
    • Realistic wear and tear
    • 3D vegetation including high performance 3d trees
  • Realistic HD vegetation accurately placed
  • Realistic generic rendition of the town of West Yellowstone and surroundings
  • 10m mesh for Yellowstone National Park
  • High resolution ortho imagery for the park and airport
  • Realistic landmarks throughout Yellowstone National Park
  • Animated waterfalls and geysers throughout the park (geysers will erupt at the accurate times)
  • Ultra realistic vibrant hydrothermal features throughout the park

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