Today third-party developers released a new aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator and provided new screenshots and news about upcoming airports.
We start with Nemeth Designs which released the Italian-built Partenavia P.68B Victor twin-engine, high-wing aircraft. It's currently available on SimMarket for $19.51 plus applicable VAT.
Here are the features promised by the developer and a gallery of screenshots.
- Detailed and accurate visual model
- Detailed 4K textures
- Realistic flight dynamics based on real world data
- Realistic aircraft operation based on real world piloting an maintenance manuals
- 12 liveries
- 3D high definition soundpack
- PDF manual
Next, Drzewiecki Design released new screenshots of its upcoming Tallinn Airport (EETN) serving the capital of Estonia.The airport doesn't have a release date just yet, but work appears well underway.
We then move to Japan, with new images of Tokushima Awaodori Airport (RJOS) in Japan. Developer Gate15Scenery is planning to release this airport in March.
It's a scenic airport on the Japanese island of Shikoku and it operates as a joint civil-military facility. It's a rather relevant destination in the summer when people from all over Japan fly in to witness the massive Awa Odori summer festival, which gives the airport its name.
Hey, guys.— GATE15Scenery (@GATE15Scenery) February 11, 2023
I reviewed the ground and recreated it.
Currently, we are creating and arranging detailed items such as arranging models and lighting.
Aiming for March release. pic.twitter.com/LjX0fqJ0Jw
Last, but not least, TDM Scenery Design has completed its Almería Airport (LEAM) in Spain. The airport is now ready to be shipped to vendors and it'll release soon on iniBuilds, Simmarket, and the official marketplace (probably less "soon" on the marketplace considering that it takes a while to get published there). It'll be priced at €11,45 plus applicable VAT.
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