Two interesting and rather exotic freeware airports have been released for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
We start with Toliara Airport (FMST) in the south of Madagascar. While it's small, it's a certified international airport and serves local tourist destinations, hosting scheduled passenger flights operated by Air Madagascar and Tsaradia.
It's available on Flightsim.to for free, made by Gunman5.
We move on to the Pacific with the next airport, Bucholz Army Airfield or Kwajalein Atoll Airport (PKWA) depending on which side of its operation you're talking about. It's located in the Marshall Islands, and despite being operated by the US Army, it hosts scheduled passenger flights operated by United Airlines and more.
It's available on Flightsim.to for free, made by Mountainair.
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