Today third-party add-on developer Orbx announced another Norwegian airport that will make an appearance in Microsoft Flight Simulator.
This time around, it’s Sandefjord Torp Airport (ENTO), which is a rather handy low-cost alternative for those who want to visit Oslo.
At the moment, pricing and release date have not yet been revealed, but you can enjoy a series of screenshots and an official description below.
“(ENTO) Torp Airport is a major Norwegian airport, located on the west side of the Oslofjord. It is linked with Oslo Gardermoen airport, serving mostly low-cost and charter carriers flying to destinations across Europe. Regular visitors include Wizzair, KLM, Ryanair and Widerøe. On site is also the European Helicopter Center: Educating future helicopter pilots, Pilot Flight Academy for fixed wing education, as well as Widerøe and others’ maintenance hangars. Way up in the northern corner of the airport lies the local flying club – Sandefjord flyklubb.
Whether you prefer flying low-cost airlines to London, Krakow or Riga, GA flights to nearby Notodden, Sogndal and the Norwegian Fjords, or visit other nearby Orbx destinations such as Kristiansand, Ålesund or Malmø – This airport is your new base of operations!”
- Ultra-detailed depiction of Sandefjord Torp Airport, Norway
- Made from the ground up for MSFS using PBR and 4K textures
- Interior modeling and passengers
- Custom PR included
- Unique GSE vehicles, as well as GA statics
- Custom cars on car parts
- Unique terraforming and mountainside modeling
- Carefully optimized for high performance using the latest techniques
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Microsoft Flight Simulator is already available for Windows 10 and Steam and will release in summer 2021 for Xbox Series X ad Series S.
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