Gaya Simulations Releases Sankt Johann Airport for MSFS

Gaya Simulations has released its latest airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The latest is Sankt Johann Airport (LOIJ) in Tirol. The airport is located between Innsbruck, Salzburg and also Zell Am See, making for the…

Gaya Simulations Releases Sankt Johann Airport for MSFS

Gaya Simulations has released its latest airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The latest is Sankt Johann Airport (LOIJ) in Tirol. The airport is located between Innsbruck, Salzburg and also Zell Am See, making for the perfect starting point to visit any of those Austrian destinations.

The airport itself is a small GA airfield deep within the Alps and serves various flight schools and private pilots looking to adventure around the scenic area. The airport features detailed textures, snow textures along with an array of 3D objects in the area to help those visual pilots.

You can buy Gaya Simulations’ Sankt Johann Airport (LOIJ) from OrbxDirect for $20.50 AUD (approximately US$15.22 | €12,55 | £11.32).

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