The scenery is offered as a single product for FSX and Prepar3D v3 or v4.
The scenery is sold for US$ 11.25
Current Version: 1.1.2
KSNA, John Wayne airport is the second busiest of the five serving the Los Angeles metropolitan area. It is also known as Orange County airport and it is located in the city of Santa Ana, approximately 30 miles southeast of LAX. Nearby points of interest and attractions include Orange County’s affluent and popular coastal cities of Newport Beach, Huntington Beach and Laguna Beach as well as the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim and the University of California’s Irvine campus. From a flight simulation perspective, KSNA is among the most interesting medium-size airports in the US thanks to its relatively short runway (5700 ft.) and the stringent noise abatement procedures imposed by the neighboring communities which combine to deliver exciting takeoffs and landings.
Our scenery features the most accurate and detailed rendition of John Wayne airport’s unique and distinctive terminal complex available for FSX and Prepar3D. The facility is subdivided into three terminals, A, B and C. Terminal C is the most recent addition, built as an extension toward the south to accommodate Southwest Airlines increasing traffic. The new addition blends seamlessly with the older terminals and increased the total number of boarding gates to 22. The most distinctive architectural features are the clean curves of the semi-cylindrical metallic roof sections. The least attractive, however, are the massive parking structures surrounding the terminal. Our scenery also includes the great majority of general aviation and cargo facilities within the airport boundaries as well as the ATC tower and the new fire station.
John Wayne airport is served by most major US carriers and their regional partners including American, Delta, United, Southwest, Alaska, Frontier, SkyWest, Compass and Horizon. KSNA is linked by non-stop flights to all major cities on the west coast and almost all major hubs throughout the country. WestJet is the only foreign carrier serving KSNA, currently offering one daily flight to Vancouver, BC. Other international destinations from KSNA include Los Cabos (ASA) and Puerto Vallarta (SWA) in Mexico.
KSNA has two parallel runways but only one is suitable for commercial airliners. The smaller runway helps to relieve congestion associated with the large number of private aircraft based at this airport. The largest airliner operating regularly is the B757 (DAL) while FedEx’s A300 is the largest daily visitor. Our scenery reproduces as closely as possible the runway and taxiway layout, featuring realistic taxiway markings and signs.
NOTE: BluePrint sceneries are not compatible with FSX or Prepar3D animated service vehicles
FSX and Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 or 10 (All versions) or Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v3 or v4 and Windows 7, 8 or 10 (All versions). FSX and Prepar3D must be set to display the default terrain elevation mesh with 5 meters or better resolution for the scenery to display properly (1 meter resolution is recommended). Our scenery has not been tested with third-party terrain elevation mesh add-ons and the use of the scenery with such add-ons is not recommended.
Note: No significant frame-rate degradation was observed in full-screen mode when using the hardware specified above as “fully tested”.
* BluePrint Simulations sceneries are designed and tested using nVidia GPU’s exclusively. For Current generation video card specifications visit http://nVidia.com. For ATI video card specifications visit http://ati.com
33 ° 40.54'N (33.6756°N)
117° 52.09'W (117.8681°W)
56 ft (17 m)
5701 x 150 ft (1737 x 46 m)
2887 x 75 ft (880 x 23 m)
Terminal C (Southwest)