Poland’s busiest airport, Warsaw Chopin Airport (EPWA), makes its way to Microsoft Flight Simulator with the recent release of Fly 2 High‘s latest add-on.
The Warsaw Chopin Airport, which was originally founded in 1934, started as a hub serving many international passengers. It quickly became a base for the Polish Air Force before becoming a battleground between the German Army and Polish resistance during World War II. At the time it was named Warsaw-Okęcie Airport due to its location in the Okęcie neighborhood. It was only in the early 21st century that it was renamed to Warsaw Chopin Airport, named in honor of the famous composer and former Warsaw resident, Frédéric Chopin.
The airport is now brought to life in MSFS by Fly 2 High in what is sure to please anyone looking to fly in Eastern Europe. Check out the feature list below for what to expect from this rendition of a historical airport. If you’re interested in visiting Warsaw for your next flight, be sure to pick up this airport on simmarket.com for €16.80 (excluding VAT).
- Working VDGS Docking Systems with Aerosoft VDGS Modules
- Highly detailed scenery
- Terrain terraforming with PBR materials to build realistic glass and surfaces
- Custom aerial photo for the airport
- Detailed animated jetway models
- Custom static vehicles and objects