Third-party developers announced two relevant American airports for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Third-party developers had news to share about Microsoft Flight Simulator add-ons including the announcement of two relevant American airports.
Verticalsim announced Syracuse Hancock International Airport (KSYR) in the United States, including the following features.
- Full 1:1 interior on landside, airsides, rotunda overlook, & control tower
- 3D animated people
- 2022 accurate layout
- Custom taxi signage
- Several animations: ASR & cargo radar, Wig-Wags, AC fans, ATC controllers
- Usage of parallax materials on non-essential buildings
- Taxi/ATC routing/network for AI
IniBuilds partner Xometry announced Will Rogers World Airport (KOKC) serving Oklahoma City, United States.
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