KJFK for Tower!3D


KJFK for Tower!3D


JFK is named after John F. Kennedy, the thirty-fifth President of the United States. The airport is was built on the land originally housing the Idelwild Golf Course. Construction of the airfield started in 1943 with the first commercial flights beginning in 1948. Over the years the airport has been named: Idlewild Airport, Major Gneral Alexander E. Anderson Airport, and New York International Airport - Anderson Field. 'Idlewild' remained in common use until it was named JFK after the 1963 assassination President Kennedy.
The airport is thirteen miles southeast of downtown Manhattan, on Long Island, and covers 4,930 acres (7.7 sq mi; 20 sq km). Four runways range in length from 8,400' to 14,500'. There are eight terminal buildings, but only seven are in operation. JFK is certified to handle the Airbus A380. In 2010 Kennedy saw 398,000 aircraft movements carrying 46.5 million passengers, making the airport the 6th busiest in the United States, 14th busiest in the world. 1.4 million tones of cargo, 7th ranked in the US, 19th in the world, were transported through the airport in 2010. Kennedy sees about 1,200 aircraft movements each day. Local time is -4 hours to UTC.
We decided to make this airport for it's busy traffic and the various international flights.



Advanced AI pilots to follow your commands

Stunning 3D rendering of the airports

Runway assignments for arriving and departing aircraft may be changed

Runway intersection takeoffs are simulated

Advanced routing to and from the runways and terminals can be assigned

Dynamic lighting and shadows, day-night cycles provide a stunning visual experience

Live airport with service cars for airplanes and vehicle traffic around the airports

System requirements

Tower!3D SP2

Minimum computer specification:
64 bit Windows 7 / 8 /10
1.2 GHz processor
Graphics: 1GB
Storage: 700 MB available space
External mouse
Minimum resolution: 1280x720

Recommended hardware:
3.0 GHz processor
2GB video card memory
Two button mouse with a middle button scroll wheel