iBlueYonder, known for its collaborations with
- Flightbeam Studios on KPDX Portland Intl Airport,
- iniBuilds on Dallas Love Field, and more recently,
- with //42 on Cheat River Island,
has announced their latest project: a highly detailed rendition of EHLE Lelystad Airport. This announcement not only marks a new chapter for the studio but also introduces Ronald Fleurbaaij, a talented scenery designer from the Netherlands, as the newest member of the iBlueYonder family.
Ronald Fleurbaaij, whose craftsmanship was previously showcased at KDAL Dallas Love Field, brings a unique blend of personal history and professional expertise to the team. With a background deeply rooted in aviation and technology – thanks to family ties to KLM and Hewlett-Packard – Fleurbaaij’s passion for flight simulation was ignited at a very young age. His journey from being a curious child playing Flight Simulator on his father’s lap to becoming a scenery designer is now culminating with his first solo project under the iBlueYonder umbrella.
Fleurbaaij’s EHLE Lelystad Airport promises to be a labor of love and precision. Lelystad Airport, the largest general aviation airport in the Netherlands, is undergoing a transformation to accommodate commercial jet traffic. (Actual…. in the news the government is not planning to open this airport for business flight. It’s stil a General Aviation field. With air traffic control)
Fleurbaaij’s rendition of the airport for MSFS will attempt to capture this evolution with meticulous attention to detail, from the newly added terminal designed for commercial operations to the historic Luchtvaart Museum Aviodrome, which hosts the beloved FSWeekend.
Read more about it here.