File Description: The Gold Coast Airport (formerly known as Coolangatta) is a busy international airport located some 100 ks south of Brisbane and 850 ks north of Sydney. This scenery contains and accurate depiction of the terminal, control tower, hangers and the very distinctive lighthouse at Coolangatta (with beacon) plus night lighting of the apron. In addition many buildings have been added to Coolangatta and Surfers some of which are original but many are stock buildings. The scenery has been reduced in complexity to attempt to be reasonably frame rate friendly. All models are GMAX or FSDS3.0. Extensive coastline changes has added beaches as far south as Byron Bay and the canal network behind Surfers Paradise, Bond Uni, Currumbin and Coolangatta. Recent upgrades of the airport to a 2500 metre runway have been reflected as well as a widened apron. Therefore it may look a little different from the current Google Earth image but it is accurate. The airport will now handle direct flights from Asia and typical planes landing might include Airbus 343 or similar wide bodied aircraft.