• DC Scenery Design - KTBR - Statesboro–Bulloch County Airport

    DC Scenery Design - KTBR - Statesboro–Bulloch County Airport

    Statesboro–Bulloch County Airport (ICAO: KTBR) is a public airport located three miles (5 km) northeast of the central business district of Statesboro, a city in Bulloch County, Georgia, United States. It is owned by the City of Statesboro and Bulloch County. Currently, there is no commercial service to the airport.

    DC Scenery Design - KTBR - Statesboro–Bulloch County Airport

    DC Scenery Design - KTBR - Statesboro–Bulloch County Airport

    Features

    • Detailed HD ground textures
    • Detailed HD hangars, airport buildings and objects
    • Accurate taxiway, runway and apron
    • PBR textures
    • High quality orthophoto base
    • Full night lighting
    • High level of airport detail
    • Compatible with SFD Global
    • Compatible with Othophotos
    • Vulkan compatible

    DC Scenery Design - KTBR - Statesboro–Bulloch County Airport

    DC Scenery Design - KTBR - Statesboro–Bulloch County Airport

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