Discover the beauty of the Miami coast with
Miami City XP - a highly detailed scenery of Miami City in
Florida, United States. Our product gives you the possibility to fly
over a very large area of Miami City, with photoreal ground,
detailed autogen, hundrieds of custom-made photoreal buildings and
FPS-friendly, lite sceneries of KMIA, KTMB and KOPF airports.
Miami is a city located on the Atlantic
coast in southeastern Florida and the county seat of Miami-Dade
County, the most populous county in Florida and the eighth-most
populous county in the United States with a population of 2,500,625.
The 42nd largest city proper in the United States, with a population
of 399,457, it is the principal, central, and most populous city of
the South Florida metropolitan area, and the most populous
metropolis in the Southeastern United States. According to the US
Census Bureau, Miami's metro area is the seventh most populous and
fifth-largest urban area in the United States, with a population of
around 5.5 million.
KMIA Miami International Airport also known as MIA and
historically Wilcox Field, serves as the primary international
airport of the Greater Miami Area. One of the busiest international
airports in the world, Miami International Airport caters to over 35
million passengers a year. Identifiable locally, as well as several
worldwide authorities, as MIA or KMIA, the airport is a major hub
and the single largest international gateway for American Airlines,
the world's second-largest passenger air carrier. Miami
International is the busiest airport in Florida, and is the United
States' second-largest international port of entry for foreign air
passengers after New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport,
and is the seventh-largest such gateway in the world. The airport's
extensive international route network includes non-stop flights to
over seventy international cities in North and South America,
Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.
The airport opened to flights in 1928 as Pan American Field, the
operating base of Pan American Airways Corporation, on the north
side of the modern airport property. After Pan Am acquired the New
York, Rio, and Buenos Aires Line it shifted most of its operations
to the Dinner Key seaplane base, leaving Pan Am Field largely unused
until Eastern Air Lines began flying there in 1934, followed by
National Airlines in 1937.
Our lite scenery of KMIA features the latest stage of construction
works at the airport, including the demolished C terminal and the
new J terminal.
KTMB Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport is a public airport
located in unincorporated Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States,
13 miles (21 km) southwest of Downtown Miami. The Kendall-Tamiami
airport is owned and operated by the Miami-Dade Aviation Department.
There are 450 aircraft based at this airport: 69% single-engine, 20%
multi-engine, 8% helicopter and 3% jet.
Our lite scenery of KTMB airport features the extended runway
9R/27L. The runway has been extended 550 feet to the east and 1,798
feet to the west. All airport buildings are included.
KOPF Opa-Locka Executive Airport is a general aviation
airport and joint civil-military airfield 10 miles (16 km) north of
Downtown Miami, primarily in metropolitan Miami, Florida, United
States, with a portion within the city proper of Opa-locka. The
airport's control tower is manned from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM.
In 1926 Glenn Curtiss founded the City of Opa-locka. In late 1925 he
moved the Florida Aviation Camp from Hialeah to a parcel west of the
city. This small airfield was surrounded by the Opa-locka Golf
Course. In 1929 he transferred this land to the City of Miami, and
the city erected on it a World War I surplus hangar from Key West.
This field became known as the Municipal Blimp Hangar. The following
year, the Goodyear Blimp started operations out of this hangar. In
1928 Curtiss made a separate donation of land south of Opa-locka for
Miami's first Municipal Airport. The Curtiss Aviation School later
moved from Biscayne Bay to this airport. In 1937 Amelia Earhart
started her attempt to circumnavigate the world from this airport.
For the year 1967 Opa-locka was the 2nd busiest civil airport in the
country by total operations count.
Please uninstall all other sceneries of
all included airports before proceeding.
Windows installer is fully automatic,
Mac/Linux version requires a very easy manual install.
product is compatible with
Design products, all ORBX products, all PILOT’S products and all Megascenery
products. It is not compatible with other products featuring
of Miami including Miami Beach, North Miami, Coral Gables, Key
Whole area photo coverage with autogen,
roads, railroads and other X-Plane native features
3 lite sceneries of KMIA, KOPF and KTMB
custom-made city buildings with photoreal textures
Up-to-date airport layouts
Each airport includes HDR lighting