Scenery developer Pacific Island Simulations has announced that they are working on Cleveland Intl Airport (KCLE) for Prepar3D and Microsoft Flight Simulator. Speaking on a Facebook post, they said that they are looking forward to developing for these new simulators. Alongside the news, Pacific Island Simulations also shared a handful of images of the Prepar3D v5 version of the airport.
Alongside the previews, the team shared the news that all PacSim products will eventually be transferred to the new Microsoft Flight Simulator. They have access to the alpha and closed beta builds, alongside the SDK to be able to develop products for the new simulator.
No time frames were mentioned for a release.
Cleveland International Airport (KCLE) has numerous connections within the United States to major hubs such as Denver, Chicago, New York, and beyond.
Finally, PacSim said that numerous airports have been updated to Prepar3D v5, but stopped short of confirming which ones.
We have added Pacific Island Simulations to our growing list of confirmed third party developers who are working on Microsoft Flight Simulator content. You can read that here.