Third-party developers released new airports for Microsoft Flight Simulator while two more have been announced.
We start with Gate15Scenery which released its Tokushima Awaodori Airport (RJOS) in Japan. This airport has been in the works for quite some time, so it's nice to see it finally released.
It's currently available on Simmarket for $15.86 plus applicable VAT. Below you can check out what it looks like.
Next is CanadianFlightSimStudios, which launched Prince Rupert Airport (CYPR) in British Columbia, Canada. It's currently available on Orbx Direct for $8.70 with the following features:
- Accurate airport data
- Fully custom and true to life airport models
- Full usage of MSFS physically based rendering technologies
- HDR lighting
- Custom vegetation models
- Full usage of MSFS dynamic weather and seasonal effects
- Accurate nearby landmarks
- Modelled hospital and helipad
- Nearby bulk and container ports
Golfo de Morrosquillo Airport (SKTL) serving Tolú n Colombia has been released by Wingsim. It's currently available on Simmarket for $6.43 plus applicable VAT.
Below you can find a few screenshots showing what it looks like.
Aerosoft announced a brand new upcoming airport and it's Skopje International Airport (LWSK), the main airport serving the capital of North Macedonia. At the moment, we don't have information on when it'll be released, but you can check out a few screenshots.
Last, but not least, Burning Blue Design announced another small airport in the UK, Thruxton Aerodrome (EGHO), which will come with the nearby racing circuit. The developer is planning to release it in April.
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 have daily Microsoft Flight Simulator news to keep you updated on the many add-ons coming and released for the sim. We have also recently interviewed Microsoft's Jorg Neumann about the Antonov An-225 "Mriya" and reviewed Orbx's Oslo Gardermoen Airport and RHDSimulations' Boeing 767-300ER.