The airport of Vitoria (ICAO: LEVT, IATA: VIT) is a Spanish airport managed by AENA, built in 1980. It’s located 8 kilometers from the city center next to the village Antezana de Foronda, this is the reason why it’s known as Foronda Airport. For safety reasons, the village of Otaza had to be demolished when it was built. In 2013 the airport’s 24 hour operation permission was reduced to 16 hours, but the 25th of April of 2019 24 hour operation begun again.
This airport has regular passenger flights operated by Ryanair, but it’s mainly used for cargo transport, with airlines like Swiftair, DHL and ASL Belgium operating from there. It’s Spain’s 4th cargo airport according to the amount of cargo handled. In addition to this, the airport receives a lot of charter traffic, both from cargo and passenger airlines.
750 square kilometers of 1 meter per pixel ortho-imagery, with dynamic snow when the temperature is below 0 degrees.
30 cm per pixel orthoimagery inside the airport.
5-10 cm per pixel hand-crafted orthoimagery in the car parkings.
PBR implementation (Buildings and ground textures).
High-resolution building textures with baked in ambient occlusion (and PBR).
Custom vegetation for the entire ortho.
3d vegetation inside the airport itself.
Custom autogen for the villages of Estarrona, Gereña, and Antezana de Foronda.
X-Plane’s default ground services.
Custom weather effects
Custom rain effects: If when loading the airport it’s raining, rain overlay will appear.
Custom snow effects: When the temperature is below 0 degrees, the default orthophotos will be replaced with snowed orthophotos. In addition to that, rain overlay will be replaced with snow overlay.