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Pyreegue’s Glasgow Airport for MSFS Now Available

Your chance to explore another incredible Scottish city with Pyreegue’s Glasgow Airport.

Pyreegue’s Glasgow Airport for MSFS Now Available

Earlier this week, Pyreegue shared a number of previews for their upcoming Glasgow Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Today, the development team has released the Scottish airport via OrbxDirect.

Glasgow Airport follows on from Pyreegue’s other Scottish airport, Edinburgh, and comes with an extensive number of features. As with other releases from Pyreegue, the team has modelled the whole interior of the terminal, including various airline lounges, along with animated jetways, custom ground textures and night lighting.

For those looking at the extra details in the scenery, the airport will come with rain effects on windows, an animated radar, and static aircraft (optional) throughout. Whilst the main airport has been modelled, there has also been considerable detail in other areas, too. This includes the airport’s heliport and also the fire training centre.

Once the airport has been released, the team promises that updates will come which will include a VDGS. This has been built in-house and will be deployed once it is ready.

You can pick up Pyreegue’s Glasgow Airport from OrbxDirect for $29.95AUD (approximately US$20.97 | €18,54 | £15.85).

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