MM Simulations Preview Upcoming Vilnius Project for MSFS

Team share sneak peek at new destination in Lithuanian capital.

Posted: 03-Oct-2023 @ 17:40z
MM Simulations Preview Upcoming Vilnius Project for MSFS

Scenery developer MM Simulations have previewed their next project in a post on their Facebook page; Vilnius Airport in Lithuania.

The post features a number of development images, with very little being left to the imagination regarding their next project’s whereabouts! The post says ‘step by step, it’s sneak peek day today!’, with a number of hashtags including #VilniusAirport and #Lithuania.

The images include the exterior of the terminal building, both from landside and airside, and also a render of a hotel situated at the airport.

MM Simulations Preview Upcoming Vilnius Project for MSFS

MM Simulations have previously released high quality sceneries such as Horta Airport in the Azores, and Belgium’s cargo hub Liège.

The airport in the capital of Lithuania will enable pilots to fly either an ILS, RNP or VOR approach to either end of the 2,500m runway. The airport, which began operations in 1932, is a focus destination for low-cost carriers Ryanair and WizzAir, as well as a busy hub for airBaltic and a number of inter-European carriers.

FSElite will monitor the development of MM Simulations’ Vilnius Airport when more information is available.

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