The Ngurah Rai International Airport, named after an Indonesian war hero, has grown to become the third busiest airport in Indonesia.
Thanks to a recent overhaul, it is equipped with entirely new, modern international terminal facilities. The surrounding area of the airport used to be pure forest/jungle, but has since been built densely with housing/hotels and numerous small buildings.
The airport serves many international and domestic airlines, and the runway extension out to the sea has made it possible to accept heavy airplanes, such as Airbus A330, Boeing 747 and 777, among others.
Custom aerial image for airport and surrounding
Custom made ground details and textures for aprons, taxiways and runways for realistic depiction of the layout
Detailed models of airport buildings with PBR materials
Realistic looking surrounding scenery with custom, Bali-style buildings
Airport layout and terminal updated to reflect the late 2020 – early 2021 situation of the airport, with new buildings, such as the new south control tower
Dynamic night lighting
Optimized for performance