Third-party developers released a new airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator, while another has been announced today.
Announced with a single screenshot is Djerba–Zarzis International Airport (DTJJ) in Tunisia. It's one of the most relevant airports in the country, served by many airlines.
We also get a release from Low-End PC Studios, and it's Coronel FAP Francisco Secada Vignetta International Airport (SPQT) serving Iquitos in Peru.
Like many airports in the country, it's built at a rather relevant elevation, 8,202 feet. It's also quite important since the city of Iquitos is the largest in the world which cannot be reached by road (excluding islands). It's only accessible via air and river despite counting half a million citizens.
You can find it on Simmarket for $12.39, including the following features.
- Project Mesh for Ground Textures
- PBR material for important Objects
- 3d objects
- Terminal interior modeling
- custom runway elevation profile
- some animated objects
- optimized models
Microsoft Flight Simulator is available now for PC through Steam and Windows Store, as well as on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox Cloud Gaming. If you're a Game Pass subscriber, you can also play it at no additional cost. To stay updated with the latest developments and news, be sure to keep an eye on TechRaptor. We host daily updates on add-ons available for the simulator.
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