PacSim Releases Seoul–Incheon Intl for MSFS

South Korea's major travel hub has landed in Microsoft Flight Simulator.

South Korea’s gargantuan travel centre, Seoul-Incheon International (ICAO: RKSI), has landed in Microsoft Flight Simulator.

With four enormous runways, the airport has established itself as a major transport hub in the Asian region, handling well over 70 million passengers in 2019.

Located on a stunningly manmade between Yeongjong and Yongyu islands, the airport comes to the sim with a torrent of features, including a stunningly depicted local areas, realistic coastlines using correct blending techniques and immaculate detail on the airport itself.

You can purchase a copy of PacSim’s scenery from their store for $28.99.


  • Latest Sim Update 10 tested product
  • Accurate Terminal 1 and new Terminal 2 buildings, Concourse, hangars, towers, freight buildings and airport layout
  • ​Accurate Songdo City and major parts of Incheon City buildings/skyscrapers
  • Custom Animated Jetways
  • 3 type Video Docking Guidance System (VDGS) programmed to all gates at Terminal 1 (Safedock T1), Terminal 2 (AIDA) and Concourse (Honeywell)
  • Latest High Resolution (7cm-30cm pixel) orthoimagery replacing MS version (Covers the whole Incheon Island)
  • Accurate hand-placed autogen (vegetation) that conforms with city, town, district, parking, and farm grids
  • Incheon Bridge connecting Incheon Intl Airport (Yeongjong Island) with mainland. (South Korea’s longest bridge)
  • Fully optimized for smooth simulation experience
  • New taxiways, runways (16 L/R-34 L/R)
  • New deicing zones at north and midfield
  • New Cool Cargo Center for refrigerated freight at midfield
  • Added realistic coastlines using correct blending techniques
  • Added wharf, fuel tank farms and buildings at coastal areas near Songdo and Incheon Island
  • Added buildings and high rises at Incheon Island and near airport
  • Added airport fire stations (south, east and west areas of the airfield)
  • Added airport catering buildings and service/maintenance buildings
  • Added grunge work showing tire markings on runways and taxiways
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Jordan Webb
Having grown up a stone's throw away from Manchester Airport, Jordan had no choice but to love aviation and all things planes. With the help of flight simulators, namely FSX and more recently Xplane 11, he eventually muddled his way to sitting behind the controls of the real thing on a daily basis.
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