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ORBX-LOWI Innsbruck Airport has been released for XP11!

Written by on August 8, 2019

A destination that needs no introduction, Innsbruck is one of the iconic airports of the world, with a jaw-dropping backdrop, heart-stopping approaches and location smack dab in the heart of Europe. Our award-winning depiction of this famous location has now been brought to life for X-Plane 11.

Within the scenery’s extraordinary coverage area (a mini-region in TrueEarth style), explore the peaks and glaciers of the Austrian Alps, the picturesque Inn, Wipp and Stubai Valleys, the historic Brenner Pass and a sizable chunk of the German state of Bavaria. Dozens of towns and villages dot the Tyrolian and Bavarian landscape, and of course the city of Innsbruck has been created in immaculate detail with over 160 landmarks. As well as all these features are three high-detail heliports; Hat Tux/Alpin 5 (LOJT), located deep in the hidden valleys of the Tirol, the Unversity Hospital (Uni Klinik) rooftop pad in the heart of the city, and the ÖAMTC Flight Rescue Centre, adjacent to the airport.

Innsbruck Airport itself is the country’s third largest and is a true multi-purpose field; where else will you see busy airline schedules competing for space alongside corporate hi-flyers, rescue and leisure helicopter crew, general aviation flyers, recreational glider pilots and even frequent Red Bull visitors? Brought to life in immaculate detail, comb over beautiful modelling and texture work, ultra-HD ground textures, and dozens of aircraft and GSE types created exclusively for this location.

Try your hand at the infamously tricky Rwy08 approach, test your aircraft’s performance with a mid-summer departure, or explore the hidden valleys from one of the three bonus heliports – there really is something for everyone.

As to be expected from an airport by Jarrad Marshall, expect the very best balance between detail and performance, in order for you to enjoy the airport alongside your favourite hi-end aircraft. From the huge coverage area down to the smallest details, Innsbruck truly is the home for all flyers. Far more than just an airport!

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