Third-party developers have released two new airports for Microsoft Flight Simulator and provided news about upcoming aircraft.
We start with AzurPoly, which shared new images of the North American Rockwell OV-10 Bronco light attack and recon aircraft on its brand new Discord server. This iconic aircraft certainly looks like it's shaping up well.
We move on to Just Flight, which launched Tenerife North Airport (GCXO) on the Spanish island of Tenerife. It's currently available on the developer's own store for €15.95, and comes with the following perks.
- High-definition PBR textures and objects from photos shot on location
- Animated jetways
- Animated custom vehicles
- Animated objects such as palm trees, flags, windsocks, fans and passengers
- Modelled interior
- Highly accurate ground textures and elevation
- Lifelike custom signs to help you find your way around the airport
Last, but not least, Hunter555 released Best Ocean Airpark in Thailand. You can find it on Simmarket for $26.51.
- All hangars
- Small tower on roof
- Sign boards
- Accurate runway dimensions
- Over 1000+ added trees and flowers
- Friends Flying Club (it's empty now sadly, but I prefer to have it in the scenery as a good memory)
- Best Ocean Resort
- GSX Support (find the GSX .INI file inside the community airport folder)
- FPS Friendly Tested using Nvidia 970 and 1060 with no drop of frames compared to default airport due to using good balance of low poly and graphical details
- Space Friendly Only 92 MB of space required (packed only 40 MB)
Microsoft Flight Simulator is available on PC (through Steam and Windows Store), Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox Cloud Gaming. You can also enjoy it if you're a Game Pass subscriber. For the latest updates and news, keep an eye on TechRaptor. We provide daily news on add-ons for the sim.
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