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Published: Tue, December 20, 2016
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KHYA Hyannis Barnstable Municipal Airport - Scenery Packages (v11, v 10, v9) - X-Plane.Org Forum

KHYA Hyannis Barnstable Municipal Airport - Scenery Packages (v11, v 10, v9) - X-Plane.Org Forum

Hyannis Barnstable Municipal Airport

Boardman / Polando Field KHYA

Barnstable Municipal Airport, also known as Boardman / Polando Field, One mile north of the central business district of Hyannis, MA. This airport is publicly owned by Town of Barnstable. It is Cape Cod's major airport as well as an air hub for the Cape and the Islands (Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket). The airport was founded in 1928. During World War II it was also known as the Naval Auxiliary Airfield Hyannis and both the Navy and Army Air.

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Fors flew antisubmarine patrols from the airport.

It was renamed Barnstable Municipal Airport - Boardman / Polando Field in honor of Massachusetts aviation pioneers Russell Boardman and John Polando in 1981. WED for X-Plane! This is my attempt at making a "plausible" airport at Hyannis. I used Google maps and other resources to try and place the buildings and hangars in the best position. This scenery is designed to add "plausibility" to the airport and it's not meant to be a perfect rendition. It's pretty easy on the frame rates and still looks nice. All of the buildings and hangars are placed according to the date I had available. I have also made some adjustments to the detail level of the objects - thus you will need to have at least a lot of objects to see most of what is placed. If you can turn up your object you will see an increase in the number of placed objects. You will see everything I placed here with "Tons" as your object density.

Built using X-Plane 10.20b10

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