SEATAC

 

Seattle Washington has been the home of Boeing Commercial Aircraft Company since 1916 when William Boeing constructed his first aircraft in the “now famous” Red Barn.  The company soon expanded into producing aircraft for the military and when public commercial aviation literally “Took-Off”, Boeing grew to become the largest manufacturer of Civil and Military aircraft in the world.


In addition to several other assembly plants in the United States, Boing has major production facilities at 3 airports in the Seattle area


KSEA - BOEING COUNTRY brings you 6 highly detailed airports in the Seattle area:

KSEA (SEATAC) International airport and gateway to the west

KBFI - BOEING FIELD  (Main test facility for Boeing Aircraft)

KRNT - RENTON MUNI (Main assembly plant for Boeing 737)

KPAE - PAINE FIELD (Main assembly plant for Boeing wide body jets)

KTCM --McCHORD FIELD (Joint Base Lewis - McChord)

KPWT - BREMERTON NATIONAL (General Aviation airport 25 miles west of Seattle)

So, wether you are an old pro, or have just recently “fledged”,  SEATAC - BOEING COUNTRY has something to offer to any X-Plane pilot.  Take a few minutes to explore the area and see what BOEING COUNTRY has to offer YOU.


Note:  If you are still using X-Plane 9, I have a separate version that is fully compatible with X-Plane 9. 

Welcome to SEATAC


SEATTLE WASHINGTON


GATEWAY TO


BOEING COUNTRY




Home OF THE boeing COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT COMPANY

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Fully supports new
ATC
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at all airports
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at all Airports

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All of the ramp areas and buildings  have lights that illuminate the surrounding area.  Check out the screenshots of each airport to see how they look at night  (Your computer must support HDR rendering to see this)

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