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Microsoft Flight Simulator Cirrus Vision Jet, Brussels, & DuPage Airports Get new Screenshots; Astoria Announced

Third-party developers have provided reveals and assets about upcoming aircraft and airport add-on coming to Microsoft Flight Simulator.
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Third-party developers have provided reveals and assets about upcoming aircraft and airport add-on coming to Microsoft Flight Simulator.

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We start with the much anticipated Brussels Airport (EBBR) in Belgium by Aerosoft, which has been in airport development legend Jo Erlend’s workshop for quite a while.

Today we get to see some really impressive screenshots, and the clarification that it’s still slated for Q1 2022 release.

Next, we move on to two products by FlightFX, with new work-in-progress screenshots published in the developer’s discord server.

First, we take a look at the Cirrus Vision Jet, which has passed its first round of alpha flights.

Next, we get new screenshots of DuPage Airport (KDPA) in Illinois, United States.

Last, but not least, Skyline Simulations announced a brand new production, Astoria Regional Airport (KAST) in Oregon, United States.

While it isn’t a massive hub and it’s mostly used by general aviation, the military, and Coast Guard, it’s certainly another welcome addition to the growing American scenery in the sim.


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