Flightbeam Share New Previews of Quito (SEQM) – On Finals

Flightbeam has had a busy 2019 so far. With the release of Portland (in conjunction with iBlueYonder) and Wellington already this year, you would have thought Flightbeam would be taking it easy for the next…

Posted: 18-Apr-2019 @ 08:17z
Updated: 04-Apr-2023 @ 14:16z
Flightbeam Share New Previews of Quito (SEQM) – On Finals

Flightbeam has had a busy 2019 so far. With the release of Portland (in conjunction with iBlueYonder) and Wellington already this year, you would have thought Flightbeam would be taking it easy for the next few months. Well, we thought wrong as Quito (SEQM) is nearly upon us and some brand new previews have been shared.

Developed by Dreamflight Studios, the team have worked with Flightbeam to recreate Mariscal Sucre International Airport within the sim. The airport in Quito , Ecuado is unique in that it is over 7000ft above sea level, but has a nice long 13,000ft runway to accommodate a wide-range of traffic.

In the Facebook post, it was said that the airport is “on finals”, which we’re guessing means a release isn’t far off.

In other Flightbeam news, the developer is now seeking community help to know what the roadmap for the future should look like. You can take part in a poll via their forums to help them decide which airport to develop next.

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