Pacific Islands Simulation has released Rarotonga International Airport (IATA: RAR, ICAO: NCRG). Rarotonga the capital of the Cook Islands comprising 15 jewels dotted over 2,500,000 square kilometres of the tropical South Pacific Ocean.
The Cook Islands entered jet age with the opening of Rarotonga International Airport's 7,545.93 ft (2,300m) paved runway in January of 1974. Although the airport was officially opened in 1974 it was once the site of a former U.S. World War II base. Capable of handling aircraft up to Boeing 747s, Rarotonga International Airport now welcomes more than 100,000 visitors annually from all over the World. Since the opening of Rarotonga International a number of international airlines have at one time or another served the Cook Islands, the longest surviving carrier of which is Air New Zealand. Other airlines that have served the country with scheduled flights at one time or another include Polynesian Airlines, Air Pacific, Air Nauru, South Pacific Island Airways (SPIA), Hawaiian Airlines, Aloha Airlines, Canada 3000 Airlines, Cook Islands International (operated by the now defunct Ansett Australia), Royal Tongan Airlines. Today, Air New Zealand operates schedules from Auckland, Sydney and Los Angeles, Virgin Australia from Auckland, and Air Tahiti from Papeete.
Accurate airport terminal rendition;
HD apron/tarmac textures;
Custom lighting system on apron/taxiway areas;
Custom 76m terrain mesh for the entire island;
Custom tropical vegetation;
Realistic and elaborate street night lighting ambiance throughout island with no FPS impact;
15cm/pixel photoreal landclass, fully hand textured and sharpend to reaslistic level;
Custom ground equipment, vehicles, cargo pods typical to NCRG;
AI boats and road traffic;
Weathered runway and apron markings;
Visit the Rarotonga International Airport Product Page for further information.