For those looking to discover the Pacific Ocean coast of Mexico can now take off from a hand-crafted version of Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo Airport (MMZH) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The airport in West Mexico sees over 600,000 visitors per year from various locations in the world. United, Alaska and American airlines serve the airport from a variety of US cities, whilst VivaAerobus and Aeromar provide regular services to Mexico City. The airport features a single 2,500m runway with a handful of parking spots for various aircraft sizes.
The scenery developers, Mex High Flight, has recreated the airport using detailed 3D objects based on airport photography and details, with various buildings nearby recreated for those visual approaches. Finally, the team says that the airport is friendly on performance with an accurate AFCAD profile enabling simmers to have correct ground layout and markings.
- Carefully detailed 3d objects
- Full detail Buildings
- Realistic Ground Markings
- Corrected Biome autogen near area
- Numerous static objects
- Realistic AFCAD
- Realistic ground textures based on native MSFS materials
- Night Lightning
- Friendly Frame Rate
- SID, STARS, APPROACHES for runways
- Real taxiways names
- Reworked coastlines of rivers, lakes and coast near airport