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ARMI PROJECT - OERK KING KHALID FS2004
ARMI PROJECT - OERK KING KHALID FS2004
EUR 21.42 incl. VAT
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King Khalid International Airport (IATA: RUH, ICAO: OERK) is located 35 kilometres (22 mi) north of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, designed by the architectural firm HOK, and Arabian Bechtel Company Limited served as the Construction Manager on behalf of the Saudi government. 

This airport consists of 4 passenger terminals (only three of which are in use) with eight aero-bridges each, a mosque, covered and uncovered parking for 11,600 vehicles, a Royal Terminal (for VIP's and Saudi Royal family use), a central control tower (one of the world's tallest), and two parallel runways, which are each 4,205 metres (13,796 ft) long. The land area allocated for this airport is among the largest in the world. 

This airport was constructed to meet the increasing international and local air transport requirements for Riyadh. The airport that KKIA replaced, Riyadh Airport (close to the city center), is now a Royal Saudi Air Force airbase. King Khalid International Airport (KKIA) opened for operations in late 1982.

In addition to the airport support buildings, there are air operations building, facility buildings, General Aviation and Special Flight Service Complex. The airport also includes taxiways, an airfield, road system.

Features

  • Main terminal and concourses
  • VIP Terminal
  • Fully detail jetways and bridge to concourse.
  • Custom made lines, taxiway and taxi lights.
  • Custom Gmax ground texture from satellite photos will make you feel like being in the real airport.
  • Runway guard light
  • Surrounding area including cargo building , Tank farm , military hangar ,maintenance hangar , Catering and Central Kitchen , etc..
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS
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Brian Hinder
*Verified Product User*
2012-12-16 23:08:10
Unlike Lee I found the shimmering intolerable, as bad as at Newark. Although cured by adding mipmaps this had other consequences. A worthwhile purchase, yes, but without animation the airport is certainly not state of the art.
lim ting
*Verified Product User*
2012-10-20 19:07:39
I agree with Lee, all I can say is the airport look very good with the best detail of terminal, tower and other hanger. I don't have to say so much because as what Lee mention already. The only thing that Armi would update the scenery is with more moving vehicle such as ground vehicle and fuel tanks. That will be great. I hope there will be update soon

Jackson, Malaysia
Lee James
*Verified Product User*
2012-10-19 16:02:22
Review of ARMI Project King Khalid International Airport, Saudi Arabia (OERK) for FS9. This is probably one of the few sceneries for the Middle East to come out in recent times, certainly for FS9. Whilst Sharm El Shiekh, also released this year, is in the Middle East, this scenery could well be described as a major development, certainly for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Riyadh in particular to be finally put on the scenery map! I slewed, flew and taxi-ied around this airport for around 50 minutes to have a good look at how the scenery has been put together. First impression that hits you is the ground. The airport is layered onto a photo ground scenery, but this photo layer is one of the best I have seen on a scenery like this! Not only is it clear with hardly any blurring at ground level, but the airport scenery that is placed upon it, actually works and fits in properly with it. Its really encouraging and overall gives an extremely realistic feel to the place. Next big thing for me was the way that the desert has been rendered and again, the little attention to detail that makes the airport blend in really well with the desert ground scenery layer. I found a fair bit of shimmering around the scenery but I did not find that a detraction. It might be my graphics card or it might be due to the method used to keep the frame rates so good - I never got lower than 32fps (locked at 43fps) even in the densest part of the airport! Absolutely wonderful! For me, this is a complete scenery, extremely well done with great attention to detail. The Main Passenger Terminal, along with the Royal Terminal and Cargo and General Aviation Terminals have all been done in faithful detail. Even the Tank Farm and the Military Hangers have been modelled! Have I mentioned the trees? You need to fly low over the field (with the Tower's permission!) to view the wonderful tree-lined avenues. The extensive use of trees (palm as well as ordinary trees) is excellent and reflects the modern way that this airport has been built. Another item worthy of mention is the airport fencing. There is lots of it all in the right places as far as I can see. Overall, this scenery is quite exciting if only for the level of detail and the attention paid to getting it to look right on top of a well made photo ground layer. I also looked at the airport during dusk, dawn and night time and I can happily say that the lighting from the many lighting posts around the various ramps, along with the illuminated ramp areas, is excellent. In general the airport looks lovely around dawn and will be a great place to land at. Runways, taxiways and ramp detail are excellent and well up to standard. The really unique look and feel of the airport ramp at Riyadh has certainly been captured here, along with how it looks right there in the middle of the desert. Whilst the ramp is littered with static airport vehicles of all types, my only little gripe is the lack of dynamic (moving) vehicle traffic and no static aircraft. Would have been nice to add this to just show a little life on the field. However, make no mistake, this scenery is lovely and is well worth the price and the time and effort to install it and explore it. Just wonderful! Lee James, West Sussex UK
DELIVERY METHOD
DIRECT DOWNLOAD
FILESIZE
50MB
REGISTRATION KEY
Registration key after purchase, see order details page in customer account
NOTES
An Internet connection is required for Activation. Click to read the installation how-to for more information.
REQUIREMENTS
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 (Version 9.1)
  • Pentium Core i5 , i7
  • 8 GB of RAM
  • Graphic card with at least 512 MB GTX 540 or Higher
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ARMI PROJECT - OERK KING KHALID FS2004
Brian Hinder
Unlike Lee I found the shimmering intolerable, as bad as at Newark. Although cured by adding mipmaps this had other consequences. A worthwhile purchase, yes, but without animation the airport is certainly not state of the art.
ARMI PROJECT - OERK KING KHALID FS2004
lim ting
I agree with Lee, all I can say is the airport look very good with the best detail of terminal, tower and other hanger. I don't have to say so much because as what Lee mention already. The only thing that Armi would update the scenery is with more moving vehicle such as ground vehicle and fuel tanks. That will be great. I hope there will be update soon Jackson-
, Malaysia
ARMI PROJECT - OERK KING KHALID FS2004
Lee James
Review of ARMI Project King Khalid International Airport, Saudi Arabia (OERK) for FS9. This is probably one of the few sceneries for the Middle East to come out in recent times, certainly for FS9. Whilst Sharm El Shiekh, also released this year, is in the Middle East, this scenery could well be described as a major development, certainly for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Riyadh in particular to be finally put on the scenery map! I slewed, flew and taxi-ied around this airport for around 50 minutes to have a good look at how the scenery has been put together. First impression that hits you is the ground. The airport is layered onto a photo ground scenery, but this photo layer is one of the best I have seen on a scenery like this! Not only is it clear with hardly any blurring at ground level, but the airport scenery that is placed upon it, actually works and fits in properly with it. Its really encouraging and overall gives an extremely realistic feel to the place. Next big thing for me was the way that the desert has been rendered and again, the little attention to detail that makes the airport blend in really well with the desert ground scenery layer. I found a fair bit of shimmering around the scenery but I did not find that a detraction. It might be my graphics card or it might be due to the method used to keep the frame rates so good - I never got lower than 32fps (locked at 43fps) even in the densest part of the airport! Absolutely wonderful! For me, this is a complete scenery, extremely well done with great attention to detail. The Main Passenger Terminal, along with the Royal Terminal and Cargo and General Aviation Terminals have all been done in faithful detail. Even the Tank Farm and the Military Hangers have been modelled! Have I mentioned the trees? You need to fly low over the field (with the Tower's permission!) to view the wonderful tree-lined avenues. The extensive use of trees (palm as well as ordinary trees) is excellent and reflects the modern way that this airport has been built. Another item worthy of mention is the airport fencing. There is lots of it all in the right places as far as I can see. Overall, this scenery is quite exciting if only for the level of detail and the attention paid to getting it to look right on top of a well made photo ground layer. I also looked at the airport during dusk, dawn and night time and I can happily say that the lighting from the many lighting posts around the various ramps, along with the illuminated ramp areas, is excellent. In general the airport looks lovely around dawn and will be a great place to land at. Runways, taxiways and ramp detail are excellent and well up to standard. The really unique look and feel of the airport ramp at Riyadh has certainly been captured here, along with how it looks right there in the middle of the desert. Whilst the ramp is littered with static airport vehicles of all types, my only little gripe is the lack of dynamic (moving) vehicle traffic and no static aircraft. Would have been nice to add this to just show a little life on the field. However, make no mistake, this scenery is lovely and is well worth the price and the time and effort to install it and explore it. Just wonderful! Lee James, West Sussex UK
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