Orbx Announces Molde Airport for MSFS

The latest airport by Finn Hansen will see a return to Norway.

11 Dec 2021 11:00z

Orbx has announced that very soon Molde Airport (ENML) will be coming to Microsoft Flight Simulator. Developed by Finn Hansen, this new airport located in Norway will offer you the chance to visit this glorious looking location.

As with other products from Finn, Molde Airport will come with 40 square KM of detailed orthoimagery and remove imperfections with the default scenery included with the simulator. In addition, there is detailed modelling throughout that have been designed with the latest technology and modern texturing techniques. The custom ground service equipment scattered around the airport will also give you a great level of immersion as they have been textured on real-world liveries. Finn has also been supported by Jakub Łukaszewski on the groundwork.

Molde Airport is on the shore of Moldefjord and the runway is only 3m above sea level so in times of high seas and tides the water creeps onto the runway edges. Its coastal location should give you plenty of great views during the approach, particularly when the sun is low in the sky.

No release date was set, but the product page is live over on OrbxDirect indicating a release is fairly soon.


  • Detailed depiction of Molde Airport, Norway
  • Complete with PBR textures
  • Crisp photoreal
  • Custom GSE
  • Interior modelling of terminal
  • GA statics matching real-world liveries
  • Selection of POI buildings outside perimeter fence
  • Ground work by Jakub Łukaszewski

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Calum has been an avid fan of Flight Sim since the release of FS2000 and has developed his love for aviation ever since.
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