KMBS airport by Turbulent Designs, serves the cities of Midland, Bay City and Saginaw in Freeland County, Michigan. It’s situated 100nm north west of Detroit and approximately 200nm from both Toronto and Chicago. MBS is a great airport for a balance between commercial flying and general aviation. It’s 8000ft primary runway serves a selection of commercial aircraft in the real world, which operate out of the new passenger terminal. On the other side of the 6000ft secondary runway you can find a range of service hangers next to the general aviation and corporate jet apron. General aviation pilots can also use an isolated WWII runway, which provides a unique challenge.
MBS airport sits in a rural expanse of fertile land, surrounded by farms and small holdings, this scenery perfectly recreates these visually recognizable landmarks in immense detail. Individually modelled farms with grain silos, water towers, wind generators and barns surround the airport, providing a huge amount of realism on approach and departure.
Accurate representation of MBS International Airport modelled in insane detail
Bonus GA disused World War II runway for challenging approaches
Fully modelled passenger terminal, accurate to real world blue prints
Animated SODE jetways
Modelled hangar interior
Custom HD service vehicles, cars and trucks
Baked ambient lighting
Stunning custom vegetation for trees, grass and shrubs
Unrivalled HD ground poly throughout the airport
Airport and coverage area fully custom modelled to replace autogen
Individually modelled farms, barns, wind generators, silos and water towers