I had a look at your file, it's huge and there are many many mistakes among all plugins and extra sceneries you have. To make it easier, can you start your sim straight in the situation where you have this kind of display, close your sim and upload the log.txt resulting from that use.
Also, I suggest you start troubleshouting yourself thanks to the procedures or topics described here :
To sum it up :
-Make sure you have the latest Nvidia driver
-Make sure this is not caused by a third party plugin or a third party scenery, like W2XP
-Describe a procedure to reproduce your bug.
-It might help to delete your prefs files
-It might help to test this with the latest beta version of X-plane 11.02b1 (activate - at least temporarily - beta testing in Steam dialog box (right click on X-plane from the Steam window)). I'm not sure it is yet available on Steam though.
I have a clean copy of X-plane 11 and I will be able to see if I can reproduce that in a couple of days.
Note that it is very useful to learn how to take advantage of your log.txt file (pretty straightforward). If your log.txt file is a mess, your sim is very likely to crash unexpectedely and the more errors your get, the more difficult it is to solve or understand issue like this.