Polish airport Wroclaw International (ICAO: EPWR) has been brought to life by established scenery developer Drzewiecki Design in Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Poland’s fifth busiest airport is home to a 2,500m runway and is named after the famous astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus. With both domestic and international flights, the airport also welcomes a great number of general aviation, cargo and military operations, making it a varied and exciting destination to fly to.
The scenery includes up-to-date depictions of airport facilities, including low-cost airline Ryanair’s maintenance facility, and a thorough recreation of the terminal building’s interior features.
Furthermore, local landmarks have been recreated, such as Stadion Wroclaw, home to football team Śląsk Wroclaw and the Rędziński Bridge. The scenery claims to be FPS-friendly, feature night textures, dynamic lighting, PBR materials and a high-definition mesh.
The scenery is compatible with GSX Pro and is equipped with custom animated jetways.
You can purchase a copy of Drzewiecki Design Wroclaw from Contrail for £13.32 (excl VAT).