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Microsoft Flight Simulator: Orbx Announces Several Add-On Airports with Gorgeous Screenshots

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Microsoft Flight Simulator: Orbx Announces Several Add-On Airports with Gorgeous Screenshots

Today third-party add-on developer Orbx announced its initial lineup for Microsoft Flight Simulator, and it’s a very rich one.

Today third-party add-on developer Orbx announced its initial lineup for Microsoft Flight Simulator, and it’s a very rich one.

Interestingly, the add-ons listed below will be available at or soon after Microsoft Flight Simulator’s launch, and they’ll be priced between $7.99 to $19.99.

As an added bonus, simmers who already own the same scenery for other sims will get a 40% discount. That applies only to Orbx’s own shop as the previous purchase needs to be verified-. That being said, the same add-ons will also be available at full price on the Microsoft FlightSim Marketplace.

Here’s a list of the scenery announced for the moment.

London City Airport – $14.99 ($8.99 for existing customers)

“This classic British airport truly comes to life for Microsoft Flight Simulator!

Located a stone’s throw away from Canary Wharf and the financial heart of the city, London City Airport is one of the last remaining true inner-city airfields. With one of the most exciting approaches in Great Britain, flying into EGLC takes you over the iconic centre of merry old London.

Experience the added immersion and realism that only Orbx can provide.”

London City Pack – $7.99

“Take flight over the city of London in Microsoft Flight Simulator, and enjoy the true British experience with this must-have pack of London’s most famous and treasured landmarks.

We have reproduced hundreds of key buildings and landmarks for you to enjoy as you immerse yourself in flight over the River Thames.”

Innsbruck Airport – $19.99 ($11.99 for existing customers)

“Acclaimed developer Jarrad Marshall brings us the next generation of his iconic airport & cityscape package for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

A true multi-purpose field in the heart of the European Alps, experience jaw-dropping backdrops, picturesque mountain villages, and heart-stopping approaches. Try your hand at the infamous circling approach, test your flying skills with a bad-weather winter departure, or just explore the hidden valleys and detailed cityscape of this stunning location. A major overhaul of this world-famous destination, every element has been carefully hand-crafted in beautiful detail.”

Leeds Bradford Airport $17.99 ($10.79 for existing customers)

“Set in the beautiful English countryside, Orbx brings you Leeds Bradford Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

This vibrant and exciting airport for pilots lets you take off in an A320 to your favourite Spanish resort, or try your hand at taking the Q400 to many main cities across Europe.

Surrounded by lush green fields and a small town, this airport offers incredible views from your cockpit on final approach.

A huge variety of airlines and aircraft types visit the airport on a daily basis, making it the perfect destination in the North of England. Journey across Europe and beyond from this classic English regional airport, rich in detail and features.”

Orcas Island Airport – $12.99 ($7.79 for existing customers)

“Developer Andreas Hegi respectfully pays homage to one of the most memorable airfields that has graced the simulator since the days of FS9. Located in the largest of the San Juan Islands of the Pacific Northwest, in the northwestern corner of Washington state in San Juan County, KORS carries the spirit and charm of Orcas Island to beautifully render on the new Microsoft Flight Simulator.

A completely new scenery that harnesses the latest technology of the new simulator platform, Orcas is the perfect home for all VFR flyers.

Tacoma Narrows Airport – $12.99 ($7.79 for existing customers)

“Orbx brings you Tacoma Narrows Airport, an impressive product for those that appreciate the finer details.

General Aviation pilots will soak in the exceptional vistas thanks to the natural beauty surrounding the airport and beyond.

The 5,000ft runway is the perfect length for GA aircraft, as well as private jets offering charter or air taxi services.

With plenty of parking spots on the ramp, grab some friends and do some exciting formation flying over a stunning region full of life and variation.

With Seattle-Tacoma International airport only 18 miles away, expect to keep busy in the skies around Tacoma Narrows airport as you monitor the frequency to keep clear of the main international traffic.”

Hollywood Burbank Airport – $17.99 ($10.79 for existing customers)

“One of Orbx’s most popular airports, KBUR Hollywood Burbank comes to Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Acclaimed developer Matteo Veneziani brings you this comprehensive airport package, created with great care and incredible attention to detail for all simmers to enjoy. Being one of the primary airports of Los Angeles, experience this bustling destination in stunning high definition detail. From the iconic architecture of the terminal building, to the smallest details, no effort has been spared to recreate this famous airport.”

Santa Barbara Municipal Airport $14.99 ($8.99 for existing customers)

“Welcome to Santa Barbara for Microsoft Flight Simulator, set against the rugged backdrop of the Santa Ynez Mountains in Southern California.

The unique architectural style of the terminal really makes this airport stand-out, with various artwork and designs all faithfully recreated. KSBA is served by 5 airlines on a regular basis by CRJs, 737s, A320s and more, and is the perfect combination of airline and GA destination. With its main 6000ft runway and two 4200ft GA runways, it caters to pretty much whatever your favourite type of flying is.

Developer Misha Cajic brings to life this stunning SoCal location for all your flying adventures!”

You can check out plenty of screenshots below. You can also enjoy our previous article focusing on what other third-party add-on developers have in store.

Microsoft Flight Simulator launches on August 18 for Windows 10, with the Xbox One version lacking a release window for now.

The game is currently in closed beta.

If you’d like to see more, you can enjoy the trailer released at X019, alongside a gallery of screenshots, a second batch, a third, a fourth, a fifth, a sixth, a seventh, an eighth, a ninth, a tenth, an eleventh, a twelfth, a thirteenth, a video from a few months ago showing the world, one showcasing the advanced aerodynamics simulation, another about cockpits, one showing snow, one featuring advanced audio, one focusing on airports, one explaining the multiplayer, one focusing on IFR, one showcasing airports and aircraft, and one focusing on

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