NMG Bram Fischer Intl Airport / Bloemfontein V1.3 (XP11)
Bram Fischer International Airport was constructed in 1912 and it was South Africa’s third largest airport at the time. The runways where upgraded in 2002, followed by an upgrade to the terminal shortly thereafter.
Bram Fischer International Airport is located 10 kilometers (6 mi) from the city of Bloemfontein which is also the capital city of the Free State Province. The airport shares runways with Air Force Base Bloemspruit which is located at the east side of the airport.
Bloemfontein is considered to be the Judicial Capital of South Africa because the South African Court of Appeals are located in the city. Bloemfontein is one of the three capital cities of South Africa with Cape Town being the Legislative Capital and Pretoria
being the Administrative Capital.
This package contains Bram Fischer International Airport, New Tempe Airport and the City of Bloemfontein with all the prominent buildings and landmarks.
Highly Detailed Airport Buildings.
High Definition Textures
Corrected Runway and Taxiway layout.
Corrected Taxi Routes for all aircraft types, including type F aircraft!
Service Vehicle compatible. Request your aircraft to be serviced!
Manual Install – You will be required to copy the files yourself.
Laminar Research X-Plane (V11.x) • Intel Core i3, i5, or i7 CPU with 2 or more cores, or AMD equivalent • 8 GB System RAM • Windows 7, 8, or 10 / OS X 10.10 or newer / Linux, 64-bit • DirectX 11-capable video card with 512 MB VRAM • Open Scenery X (Free Download) Required • Download Size 67 Mb
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