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Runway26 Simulations Preview MWCR V2

RWY26 MWCR Xplane Previews 1

Runway26 Simulations has released a range of Caribbean airports over the past few years for Prepar3D and X-Plane. Their next airport for X-Plane will be Owen Roberts International Airport (MWCR) and the team has just released a range of previews showcasing their hard work. This actually version 2 of the airport after the release back in 2017 of the original conversion.

The preview images showcase the details the team are adding to both the airport and surrounding area. Furthermore, it would appear night lighting has come along very nicely, as well as all the static models populating the airport.

We’re keen to see a release soon from the developer and will inform you upon its release. If you’re interested, MWCR was actually released for Prepar3D back in 2016 and still holds up pretty well today.

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MK-Studios Lisbon: The FSElite Review

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Humberto Delgado Airport (LPPT) is Portugal’s largest airport and serves the capital city Lisbon. Serving 26.6 million passengers in 2017, Lisbon airport is Europe’s 25th busiest airport and caters to a wide variety of destinations throughout Europe, Africa, North America, South America, and Asia, operated by over 60 different airlines which provides great route diversity into and out of Portugal.
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29Palms & Captain7 Nuremberg: The FSElite Review

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29Palms & Captain7
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29Plams & Flightbeam
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As per our Community Charter, all of our reviews are free from bias, prejudice and favouritism. Don't forget, each reviewer has their own style and thoughts, although they all abide by the Review Guidelines - something I suggest you read.

Nuremberg Airport by developer 29Palms and Captain7 may well be one of the best sceneries in my library. Thoughtfully laid out and with a clear attention to detail, 29Palms and Captain7 have captured the essence of this cozy Bavarian airport.

Nuremberg International Airport (EDDN) is located in the heart of Bavaria, and is the second-busiest airport next to Munich Airport (EDDM). Serving over 4.2 million passengers each year, the airport offers flights to European metropolitan and leisure destinations, along with spots in the Mediterranean, Canary Islands, and Egypt. Routes in and out of the airport are numerous, and almost every major European operator has a plane at the airport either seasonally or on a regular route.

Constructed after World War II, the airport opened in 1955. In 1961, the runway was extended to 2300 metres, and then to 2,700 metres in 1968. The latest extension allowed the airport to accommodate large jets, and in 1970 the first Boeing 747 landed at the airport. The airport can accommodate all aircraft, (including wide-body aircraft) except for the Airbus A380.

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MK-Studios Lanzarote (GCRR): The FSElite Review

MK-Studios has taken the simming community by storm by releasing a prolific string of scenery focusing on the Canary Islands, with their latest being Lanzarote Arrecife airport. The Canaries, as mentioned in previous reviews, are a very popular destination for travelers from all over the world due to their predominantly year round sunshine and picturesque landscape. In this review we
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JustSim UUWW Vnukovo: The FSElite Review

Ah, Vnukovo; where do I even begin? Moscow Vnukovo is one of four major international airports serving Moscow and is currently the third-busiest airport in Russia. Starting its life on July 1st, 1941, it served as a Soviet airbase during the Second World War, with passenger service starting after the war had ended. April 20th, 1956 marked the first passenger
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