Afl0Sim Release Bulgaria’s Sofia Airport for MSFS

Bulgarian capital’s airport gets a new rendition in the popular simulator.

Posted: 18-Aug-2023 @ 08:57z
Afl0Sim Release Bulgaria’s Sofia Airport for MSFS

Bulgaria’s capital city receives its latest scenery in Microsoft Flight Simulator with Afl0Sim releasing the MSFS version of their Sofia scenery (ICAO: LBSF).

Having released various Bulgarian and Romanian sceneries on other platforms, the team have branched out into the highly popular simulator with an incredibly overhauled version of their Sofia International Airport scenery.

The scenery comes with an accurate depiction of the ground layout, moving jetways and people and more intricate details, such as the Lufthansa Technik facility and various retired aircraft from national carrier Bulgaria Air.

Sofia Airport has one runway at 3600m long (11,811ft), an ILS approach on both ends, RNP approaches and a VOR approach. With a large parking apron, the airport welcomes a variety of airlines, ranging from low-cost carriers to international scheduled and chartered flights.

You can purchase a copy of Afl0Sim Sofia for MSFS at for €14.89 (excluding VAT).

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