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MK-Studios Previews Upcoming Greenland Package

MK-Studios provides an update on a previously teased scenery.

MK-Studios Previews Upcoming Greenland Package

After teasing the airport in early June, developer MK-Studios has finally shared photo previews of its upcoming Greenland scenery package on their Facebook page. This package will include Kangerlussuaq Airport, Greenland’s primary airport.

Kangerlussuaq Airport (BGSF/SFJ) was built in 1941 during the United States occupation of Greenland and, as mentioned, serves as the primary international gateway for Greenland. In the 1950s, the airport became a key refueling point for SAS’s trans-polar routes to Los Angeles. While Kangerlussuaq Airport is quite modest in size, it features a 9,219-foot runway and is surrounded by impressive mountainous terrain.

While MK-Studios’ post does not provide much information in terms of development progress or a release date, we have learned that the Greenland package will feature three airports, including Kangerlussuaq Airport. However, the included photo previews, especially the full exterior shot of the airport, indicate that the team is making good progress on the package. Overall, it is welcome news to finally have an update on this project, and it will be interesting to see more previews in the coming weeks.

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