Microsoft Flight Simulator Saga and Newark Airports Get new screenshots; Juneau & Yakutat announced; Riohacha was able to free a new window; Fujitsu & Yoyu were present;
Today, third-party developers have plenty of assets, reveals, and even a release of upcoming airport add-ons for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
We start in Japan, the airport saga (JFS) has new screenshots from SNJ Sim revealing the location of the airport.
These screenshots focus on the terminal, and here you can read them.
Image source: SNJ Sim.
Next is Drzewiecki Design, who provided new in-progress photos of Newark Liberty International Airport in the United States.
The image was taken by Drzewiecki Design.
Northern Sky Studio announced two new airports in Alaska, USA, Juneau International Airport (PAJN) and Yakutat Airport (PAYA), although it also provided the first screenshot.
Juneau arrives after Sim Update 10 which will be ready at the end of the month.
Source: Northern Sky Studio.
Last but not least, we are going to Colombia through the release of Almirante Padilla airport, which serves the coastal town of Rioacha.
You can order it from the Simmarket store for $10.09 plus applicable VAT.
Image source: WingSim.
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Microsoft Flight Simulator is already available for Windows 10 and Steam, and Xbox X|S. A free 40th Anniversary Edition with lots of goodies was recently announced.