LatinVFR has been in the industry developing airports for many years. Known for recent releases such as Miami V5, New Orleans and Madrid, the developer has proven to be able to create a range of products in a variety of locations around the world. LatinVFR’s next airport will be Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (KFLL) and will come complete with new features such as sloped runways (with working AI traffic).
In preparation for release, Ricardo, founder of LatinVFR, sat down with us to discuss some of the current challenges in the community, why he chose Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and also what the future of LatinVFR will look like.
Tell us a little about yourself and what you do.
I am from Florida, and after graduating from college 12 years ago, decided to try and become involved in actively developing airports for FS. 40 airports later, here we are still at it and expanding our catalogue, we have now 6 people directly collaborating with us from many continents and make part of LatinVFR.