Now available from Northwest Sceneries is detailed scenery of Boise Air Terminal in Boise, Idaho. The scenery features over 500 custom macros and 47 custom buildings. In addition to the detailed airport the surrounding area has been enhanced with roads streams and more. For details, click on Read More.
A detailed scenery of Boise Air Terminal in Boise, Idaho was released the 1st this June. This is a full scenery of the Boise, Idaho metro area. The scenery features over 500 custom macros, and 47 custom buildings with night, day, and seasonal textures. Now you can fly VFR from Boise like never before. We have detailed this airport to include all major buildings to enhance the flying experience. Now you can pick out detailed roads, freeways and streams from the air with our enhanced LWMs and landclasses.
We have revamped the look of the Treasure Valley and the Snake River its islands as well as added sloughs and canals around the Boise area. The colorful and unusual terminal is in full detail with gates properly positioned and the brand new terminal area has been included. We have also included autogen bridges for overpasses over Interstate 84.
Here are the main landmarks that the scenery covers:
New Terminal. Concourse B, the West Air GA area, the Boise Executive terminal, Western Aircraft area on the south ramp, The ANG areas on the south ramp and the helicopter ramp. C-12 ops center for the Army Air Guard. Turbo Air. North cargo ramp including FedEx building. National Interagency Fire Center ramp and Aviation Air Center.
Also with this scenery you get a localized landclass for more realistic surroundings. Specialized autogen placement to give Boise a better feel.
Also included with the package is a AFCAD2 file made for this scenery.
Unfortunately this scenery is not free, but it is low priced at $4.95 USD. Visit our website for more information and 30 more screen shots of the scenery.
You can purchase our scenery via a secure connection with Paypal. You will receive a download link within 24 hours.
Thank you for taking the time to look at our scenery.
Andrew W. Niiranen