Third-party developers revealed new assets about upcoming add-ons for Microsoft Flight Simulator and revealed a couple of new airports.
A second beta has been released to testers and according to the developer there are still a few bugs to address but the quality level is now much closer to what it wants to achieve.
Airwil Sceneries has revealed that it’s working on Francisco Bangoy International Airport (RPMD) serving Davao, Philippines.
It’s the third-busiest airport in the country, and you can check out a few screenshots below.
Lastly, M’M Simulations announced Vestmannaeyjar Airport (BIVM) in Iceland, a small but interesting airport serving the island of Heimaey in the Vestmannaeyjar archipelago.
The airport should be released “soon.”
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