Third-party developers shared news about an upcoming Microsoft Flight Simulator add-on and released three new airports.
We start with Gate15Scenery which announced that its Tokushima Awaodori Airport (RJOS) in Japan is basically complete. All that remains to be done is the placement of some items like cars and trees.
You can see a few screenshots below.
Next, we move on to releases, and the biggest one is certainly Incheon International Airport (RKSI) by Le Aero Design. The developer is known for having released a highly appreciated version of this massive hub in South Korea for an older simulator, and now it has been converted to MSFS.
It's available on Simmarket for $23.34 plus applicable VAT. Of course, it's a completely separate product compared to the previously-released rendition of the airport by Pacific Islands Simulation.
- Highly detailed 3D models
- Highly detailed ground markings with same size of real airport
- PBR optimized
- Photo-realistic terrain and vector in Yeongjong do
- Highly detailed taxi light with realistic light visibility angle
- Enchanced 3D lighting
- *GSX Pro required* Realistic pushback procedures and VDGS
- Corrected Localizer and Glide Slope path
Moving on to smaller airports, TEIKOF Studio released Scarlett Martínez International Airport (MPSM) serving Río Hato in Panama.
You can purchase it on Simmarket for $12.73 including the following.
- PBR Textures
- High quality markings with wear and tear
- Nearby noticable buildings
- Pan-American Highway tunnel
Last, but not least, FSIM Studio released Abdul Rachman Saleh Airport (WARA) serving Malang, Indonesia.
It's available on Simmarket for $5.31 plus applicable VAT.
Microsoft Flight Simulator is currently available for PC, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox Cloud Gaming, including Game Pass. If you'd like to learn more, you should stay tuned on TechRaptor as we host daily Microsoft Flight Simulator news to keep you updated on the many add-ons coming and released for the sim. We have also recently reviewed Orbx's Oslo Gardermoen Airport.