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Microsoft Flight Simulator Getting Reggio Calabria Airport Add-on; New Vienna Screenshots Revealed

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Microsoft Flight Simulator Getting Reggio Calabria Airport Add-on; New Vienna Screenshots Revealed

With the release of Microsoft Flight Simulator coming in fast next week, third-party developers are revealing more upcoming add-ons.

With the release of Microsoft Flight Simulator coming in fast next week, third-party developers are revealing more upcoming add-ons.

This time around we get an announcement made on Facebook [sources 1,2] by Italian developer Tailstrike Design.

Aptly, the developer announced Reggio Calabria’s Tito Minniti Airport (LICR), a very scenic hub at the southernmost tip of the Italian peninsula.

As an Italian, I’m really happy to see Tailstrike jumping into the fray, and I certainly hope to see their Bergamo Orio Al Serio airport in Microsoft Flight Simulator as well.

You can check out a few screenshots from Reggio below. Do keep in mind that they’re not representative of the final product just yet.

We also get an update from Gaya Simulations (sources 1,2) who provided more screenshots of the previously-revealed Vienna International Airport (LOWW), mentioning that “It’s the final countdown” so it’s likely to come soon. 

Microsoft Flight Simulator launches on August 18 for Windows 10 and Steam. An Xbox version is also planned for the future but has no release date for now.

If you’d like to see more, you can enjoy the trailer released at X019, alongside a gallery of screenshots, a second batcha thirda fourtha fifth, a sixth, a seventh, an eighth, a ninth, a tenth, an eleventh, a twelfth, a thirteentha video from a few months ago showing the world, one showcasing the advanced aerodynamics simulationanother about cockpitsone showing snow, one featuring advanced audioone focusing on airportsone explaining the multiplayerone focusing on IFRone showcasing airports and aircraft, one focusing on Blackshark.ai, and one on Vatsim.

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