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  • PBR on buildings and ground textures
  • Ambient Occlusion + photorealstic texturing
  • 3d grass (matched color to ortho)
  • Full autogate support (all gates are available to spawn)
  • Full WT3 and LiveTraffic support
  • Custom night lighting
  • Custom purchased 4k 0.5 res ortho imagery
  • Good/solid FPS on all systems
  • Ground objects (pushback trucks, GPU’s, Air conditioning units, etc.)
  • 3d animated ramp workers

  • X-Plane 11
  • Windows, Mac or Linux
  • 4Gb VRAM Minimum – 8Gb+ VRAM Recommended


Corpus Christi International Airport (IATA: CRP, ICAO: KCRP, FAA LID: CRP) is a city-owned public-use airport five nautical miles (9 km) west of the central business district of Corpus Christi, in Nueces County, Texas, United States.

The airport’s six-gate 165,000 sq ft (15,300 m2) Hayden W. Head Terminal, designed by Gensler, opened on November 3, 2002 with a theme of “When the Sun Meets the Sea.”

Corpus Christi International Airport is classified as a Commercial Service, Primary, Nonhub Airport. For Corpus Christi International to have a classification as a Commercial Service Primary Airport it must be a
public airport with scheduled passenger service and must have an enplaned passenger count of at least 10,000 annually. The designation as a Nonhub Airport means that Corpus Christi International enplanes at less than
.05% of the total annual U.S. passenger enplanements. No airlines currently use Corpus Christi as a connecting hub airport.

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