65S Boundary County / Bonners Ferry (X-Plane)

65S Boundary County  / Bonners Ferry (X-Plane)

I had a viewer request to fly into Bonners Ferry, located in far Northern Idaho, nearly to the Canada border. Finding the default XP11 scenery lacking, I decided to design some. You may download it here at X-Plane.org. It’s a very pleasant strip, overlooking the town of Bonners Ferry and the Kootenai river from its plateau setting. From the Boundary County web page:

The Boundary County Airport lies two miles northeast of Bonners Ferry, Idaho, providing a scenic destination spot or resting point for all flyers. Some of the services available at the airport include overnight hangars for corporate aircraft, courtesy/rental car, pilot’s lounge and supplies, flight instruction and airframe and power plant repair and maintenance and one restaurant within walking distance; the Three Mile Cafe.

ORBX makes a fantastic version of this field for FSX/P3D, and this is no where near that level of quality. Still, I took a while on this, and like it very much. I hope you do, too.

To use this scenery you will need these libraries:

Thanks for looking and happy flying.

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6 thoughts on “65S Boundary County / Bonners Ferry (X-Plane)

  1. What technique are you using the put the letters on the tarmac? It’s really clean and well aligned. Is ther a library of letters in the Mister X library (only library on your lest I don’t have yet. Will grab it when I start making buildings.

  2. hi,
    as always great work and you are a big insperation on my build.
    one issue i´m having is,downloaded this airport and think i´ve done everything ok,also already have the other 3 libraries and my xplane at loading up tell´s me

    be advised
    there was a problem loading the scenery package
    custom scenery/65s bonners ferry/
    the scenery may not look correct

    can you help

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