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Microsoft Flight Simulator Boeing 757, BAE 146, Prague, & Ajaccio Airports Get New Screenshots & Videos; West Virginia Yeager Airport Announced

Third-party developers shared several assets reveals and releases today related to add-ons for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Third-party developers shared several assets reveals and releases today related to add-ons for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

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We start with Just Flight, which showcased new images of the Boeing 757-200/300 in the works at Bluebird Simulations.

The images have been posted ahead of a beefier update about the 2023-bound airliner that should come tomorrow.

Just Flight also showcased its upcoming BAE 146 in a new video showcasing the take-off and climb phase of a flight.

We already know that this is coming around the end of the month and will cost £49.99/€59.95/$64.99.

Moving on to scenery, Orbx announced a new airport, West Virginia International Yeager Airport (KCRW) serving Charleston, West Virginia, United States.

Below you can read and see what you can expect:

  • High-quality PBR textures
  • Custom POIs for the surrounding area and Charleston downtown
  • Custom jetways
  • Dynamic night lighting
  • Custom groundpoly
  • Landside area recreated in high detail
  • Detailed terminal interior

We also hear from Tailstrike Design, which showcased its rendition of Václav Havel Airport Prague (LKPR) in the Czech Republic. 

The new images show more of the airport and a few interactive elements like working watches and hangar doors. They were shared on the developer’s official Discord server.

Pilot Experience Sim, also released a trailer of Ajaccio Napoleon Bonaparte Airport (LFKJ), one of the main airports serving the French island of Corsica.

This one should be released soon.

Moving on to today’s releases, Macco Simulations released Cancun International Airport (MMUN) in Mexico.

You can purchase it at the developer’s own store for $15.99

  • Fully Custom Jetways
  • PBR materials used throughout, utilising 4k textures where appropriate
  • 8 layers of ground textures
  • Fully optimized buildings and textures for best performance on PC and XBOX
  • Basic interior modelling for better pilot immersion
  • Custom lighting across the aprons
  • Custom static vehicles

Northern Sky Studio also launched another of its airports in Hawaii, United States, and it’s Princeville Airport.

It’s available on Simmarket for $7.82 plus available VAT.

  • The most detailed replica of airport buildings and vehicles
  •  Custom surroundings
  • All materials created for full PBR
  • Shading and occlusion (texture baking) effects on all airport buildings
  • High-resolution building textures
  • Use of native, highly efficient gITF models
  • Custom orthophoto for the airport and surrounding areas

Last, but not least Flight Sim Development Group released its German landmarks package focusing on the states of Hesse and Thuringia.

It can be purchased at the developer’s own store for €14,28.

If you want to learn more about the game itself, you can read our review which will tell you everything you need to know about Asobo Studio’s game.


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