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KCGX is now available for v9 and v10.

Aerobridge Studios-Meigs Field

Developed and designed by : Peter Tram, John Spahn, Juan Menedez

Manual : Peter Tram

Photography: Online resources

Version 2.0

Merrill C. Meigs Field Airport (IATA: CGX, ICAO: KCGX) was a single strip airport that operated from December 1948 until March 2003. It was built on Northerly Island, the man-made peninsula that was also the site of the 1933–1934 Century of Progress in Chicago. The airport achieved international notoriety when Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley ordered city crews to bulldoze the runway at night, and without the 30-day advance warning required by FAA regulations.

From Wikipedia

This release is a major update to the first release


- Photorealistic ground

- Highly detailed airport buildings.

- Photorealistic textures

- Realistic asphalt textures in runways and taxiways

- Real-world airport lighting shades

- Main buildings include real night textures

- Authentic Vegetation


Please contact us by emailing to aerobridge1nfo@gmail.com

or by questioning us here on X-Pilot


Aerobridge Studios reserves all rights.Educational use, business use or

commercial use, without a proper license is prohibited. Please contact

us for license arrangements.Copying content for personal or other use

not covered by the license is prohibited.

What's New in Version V2


  • First update-includes v10 of the scenery and some texture upgrades

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I know that ORBX are about to release this airfield so I downloaded yours so i could make a comparison. I was amazed to see that a long list of errors presented themselves on load up in overlay editor, essentially .pol and .lin files missing (when clearly they are in the objects folder). Has anyone else noticed this. I opened your file in Overlay Editor, and after some looking found a syntax error in the files. The good news is that the flight in XP10.42 is fine, just the full great effect will not be experienced. Let me know if i can help.

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