Machu Picchu for X-Plane Out Now

Scenery developers, Frank Dainese and Fabio Bellini have released Machu Picchu, Perù for X-Plane 11.

Sitting at an altitude of 2,430m or nearly 8,000ft, Machu Picchu is the third-largest archaeological site in the world and is known for its impressive Inca ruins. It is also a UNESCO heritage site with approximately 1 million visitors a year.

The scenery package for X-Plane covers the area with authentic terrain, 3D objects and vegetation reconstructed with 4K textures and processed from actual on-site photos. The village of Aguas Calientes and S.Teresa are also modelled with typical buildings, hotels and residential areas.

The nearby grass-runway and three heliports have also been faithfully recreated:

  • Machu Picchu airport (XLPMH)
  • Machu Picchu heliport (HLPMH)
  • Machu Picchu area archaeological heliport (HLMPC)
  • Aguas Calientes Heliport (HLPAC).