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LHSimulations Further Previews Budapest for MSFS


Scenery developer and MSFS partner LHSimulations further previews Budapest Intl Airport (LHBP), for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport is located in central Hungary. The airport is considered to be the largest in Hungary with flight service to many European destinations primarily operated by Wizz Air. The airport also receives support from numerous cargo operations and serves as a major hub for LOT Polish Airlines.

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Área77 Simulations Announces Vilar de Luz-Maia Airport for MSFS

Scenery developer Área77 Simulations, announces Vilar de Luz-Maia Airport (LPVL), for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Maia airport is located in northern Portugal close to the big city of Porto. The airport is located on a hilltop and surrounded by trees on both sides of the runway. In addition, the airport serves the general aviation community. Parachute activity is a regular at
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SimBreeze Releases Tenerife South for MSFS

The beautiful islands are calling for you to experience a new rendition of Tenerife South Airport (GCTS). The scenery is developed by SimBreeze for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The airport is considered the largest and second busiest of the Canary Islands. Airlines from all over Europe utilize the 10,498 ft runway that Tenerife South offers. Furthermore, the airport is located between
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LHSimulations Announces Hévíz-Balaton Airport for MSFS

LHSimulations announces their next project through their Facebook page, Hévíz-Balaton Airport (LHSM) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The developer has partnered with Microsoft Flight Simulator and previously announced their rendition of Budapest airport. Located in western Hungary, Hévíz-Balaton Airport gains its popularity from seasonal charter flights during the warm weather periods, due to its location near the large Lake Balaton. The
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SamScene3D Releases Shanghai City Times for MSFS

Scenery developer SamScene3D is known for releasing high-quality scenes of cities for P3D and FSX. Shanghai City is the developer's very first release for MSFS. Situated in China's central coast, Shanghai city stands tall with unique high rises covering the horizon. Shanghai boasts an approximate population of 24 million. The city is considered to be the most populous urban area
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X-Crafts ERJ Family Updated to V1.3.22

The new version 1.3.22 for the ERJ Family updates the FMS, General, Interface, VR, and flight model for X-Plane 11. The full changelog can be found below. The FMS has received some work and now allows the user to select and edit a waypoint while flying towards it. "Direct To" a waypoint now proceeds directly from your present position. Additionally,
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SimAddons Releases Canadian Airports for MSFS

Canada flyers will be glad to hear that SimAddons has numerous Canadian airports for sale. Whether you enjoy bush flying or heavy iron flying, SimAddons has you covered in Canada. From small airports in Nova Scotia to larger in size airports such as Winnepeg and Halifax have been accurately modeled for Microsoft Flight Simulator. All the work has been accomplished
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Aerosoft Further Previews CRJ for MSFS

Since our last review almost a month ago, Aerosoft has released yet another update on the development of the Bombardier Canadair Regional Jet coming to Microsoft Flight Simulator. The developer has released a video on their news page showcasing some of the features. Key buttons and switches such as operative radio knobs along with a detailed programmable MCDU have been
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Vertical Simulations Announces Norfolk for MSFS

Scenery developer Vertical Simulations announces Norfolk Airport (KORF), for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Norfolk is a two-runway configurated airport with its runway 5-23 (for its length) being the main stomping grounds for cargo and passenger operators. United, American, and Delta are the primary carriers visiting Norfolk airport. The airport has been previously released by the developer for the X-Plane 11 back
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