Flughafen Köln / Bonn also known as Konrad Adenauer Airport is the airport serving Cologne and Bonn in Germany. It is the seventh largest airport in Germany and the second largest in terms of cargo operations. In FlightGear, it is very nicely modelled, with an 850 layout and terminal models, and more!The airport is one of the few 24 hour airports in Germany.
Custom Scenery (work in progress, Feb 2017)
Köln / Bonn has two terminals directly beside each other and three runways:
Terminal One is the original 197s building, in the shape of a U with two star-shaped piers, B and C. There are 13 gates, of which ten have air bridges, and several remote stands. Germanwings, Lufthansa, and Austrian Airlines use Terminal One.
Terminal Two is the newer terminal, to the north of Terminal One. It is a rectangular building designated as Pier D, with 8 air bridges and several remote stands. Airlines ther than Terminal One airlines use it.
Runway 06/24 is 2459 m (8,068 ft) long and has a width of 45 m.
Runway 14R/32L is 1863 (6,112 ft) long and has a width of 45 m.
Runway 14L/32R is 3815 (12,516 ft) long and has a width of 60 m.
EDDK in the scenery objects database
As mentioned above user laserman created a nice custom scenery for EDDK. Some parts of that scenery found their way into the scenery object database and replaced existing generic buildings. So these will also be available for users not aware of the custom scenery. This is a documentation of those objects. The history of the EDDK custom scenery is available at the forum.
|Terminal 1||EDDK-Terminal1.xml||Texturing of some parts is still missing. Center of the model is the OSM line "Kaffee-Filter" (218043449), which is object "Vorfeldkontrolle" in the AC3D file.|
|Terminal 2||EDDK-Terminal2.ac||Uses a copy of the Terminal1 texture file. The object location appears to be too far into the grass on apron D, but it complies to its OSM location. The EDDK terrain of apron D apparently is not correct.|
- Two occurences of "EFHK P3". Replaced by new EDDK-Terminal1.
- Three occurences of "EGPH carpark".Replaced by new EDDK-Terminal1.