Xometry Releases Victorville Airport for X-Plane

Xometry has recently released through the iniBuilds Store their first-ever scenery. As their debut scenery, Xometry went for the Victorville Airport (KVCV) in the Southern California desert. The airport is nowadays mainly used for long-term aircraft storage.

Representing one of the largest long-term aircraft storages, the scenery can’t miss over 150 accurately placed custom static aircraft and objects related to them for the best immersion when visiting the airport. It would be no aircraft storage without aircraft parked everywhere around you.

The scenery additionally features high-resolution ground textures as well as realistic wear, tar, cracks, and stains throughout the airport. Further, custom hand-placed vegetation is present around the scenery together with custom night lighting, and heavily edited high-resolution orthoimagery for the airport and close vicinity.

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What is not very usual, but can be a deciding factor for someone nowadays, the developers have included two variants of the scenery in the “package“. The first one represents the airport in a state before the COVID-19 pandemic, and the second one represents the airport during the COVID-19 pandemic during which many airlines decided to store their fleet at the airport.

If you want to purchase the scenery, you can do so through the iniBuilds Store for about €18.64 with taxes excluded.

In case you would like to learn more about the scenery, you can check out our previous articles on the topic here.

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Feature list

  • Detailed buildings
  • High resolution ground textures
  • Accurately ground markings and writings
  • Ground traffic
  • PBR normal maps
  • Realistic wear, tar, cracks and stains
  • Over 150 accurately placed static aircraft and custom objects
  • Custom night lighting
  • Custom taxiway edge lights
  • Accurately placed, realistic vegetation (3D grass, bushes and trees)
  • Heavily edited high-resolution orthoimagery
  • Aircraft wrecks and disassembled aircraft parts
  • Pre- and Covid-Pandemic versions

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