KIDA Idaho Falls Regional Airport is an air transportation center for Eastern Idaho, Southern Montana, and Western Wyoming travelers and serves as an access point to some of America’s favorite tourist destinations including Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Sun Valley, Idaho. The airport terminal has been expanded twice and partially re-built once. The current terminal was built in 1959, expanded in 1982 and the boarding area torn down and retrofitted to accommodate smaller aircraft with jet ways in the mid-2000s. Idaho Falls covers an area of 866 acres, features two asphalt runways and a restaurant.
This airport includes over 11km2 of 60cm per pixel imagery that covers the airports itself as well as a large part of the city of Idaho Falls. The area is covered in high detail custom autogen. Every house, shop, gas station and commercial building is a custom-built model. In addition, every tree and shrub is a hand-placed custom object! In addition to the airport you’ll find points of interest including Reed’s Dairy, the water tower and Idaho Falls itself.
Accurate representation of Idaho Falls Regional Airport