Xometry Design has released its first airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Southern California Logistics Airport, also known as Victorville Airport, is an iconic airplane storage facility in Southern California, and it’s now available for MSFS simmers to explore from the comfort of their home.
Victorville Airport (KVCV) is a logistics airport, with no commercial service, but designed to serve aviation businesses in aircraft maintenance, flight testing, research, storage, among many others.
Victorville Airport played a key role during the Covid-19 pandemic, storing over 500 aircraft from all over the world. Qantas, British Airways, Qatar Airways, Delta, and others used KVCV to store their vast fleet, which needed to be grounded for months as the aviation world collapsed to its knees. It’s a great place to see many airplanes, so what’s not to like?
For this debut scenery for MSFS, Xometry is presenting an accurate representation of Victorville Airport for MSFS. Obviously, with all the airplanes that are usually parked around here, there needs to be special attention to detail to static airplanes, which is exactly what Xometry has done. With over 150 accurately placed models, KVCV should start to look more like the real thing in Flight Simulator.
While a big selection of static airplanes is a must in a facility such as Victorville Airport, there are other aspects that need to be taken care of, as we would expect from a third-party airport for MSFS. Xometry promises high-resolution textures throughout the whole scenery, with realistic buildings, ground traffic, custom night lighting, ground markings, and more.
Xometry Design Victorville (KVCV) is now available at the iniBuilds store, priced at around $17.00.
- 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