South East Asia scenery developer Simman has released its rendition of Ubon Ratchathani Airport (VTUU) for MSFS users to discover.
Located in the district of Ubon Ratchathani in Northeastern Thailand, Ubon Ratchathani Airport (VTUU) has a rich history that dates back to the Vietnam War era. Originally built in 1955 as a military airfield for the Royal Thai Air Force, the airport played a crucial role in the war effort as a base for US Air Force operations. During the war, the airport was a key hub for the transport of troops and supplies, as well as a base for reconnaissance and bombing missions.
After the war, Ubon Ratchathani Airport was returned to the Royal Thai Air Force and was used for both military and civilian purposes. In 1989, the airport was upgraded to international status, and since then, has become an important gateway to the northeastern region of Thailand. Today, Ubon Ratchathani Airport (VTUU) serves exclusively domestic flights, with airlines such as Thai Airways, Nok Air, and AirAsia offering regular services to destinations across Thailand including Bangkok and Chiang Mai.
MSFS scenery developer Simman has released its rendition of this important Thai airport for MSFS users to discover. In addition to featuring an accurate virtual recreation of the airport, Simman’s Ubon Ratchathani Airport (VTUU) features custom 3D models of all terminal and airport buildings, custom jetways, realistic ground markings, and layout, as well as a detailed terminal interior, to name but a few of the product’s features.
Simman’s recreation of Ubon Ratchathani Airport (VTUU) can be purchased via the developer’s simMarket store page and will cost you $16.75 Exc. VAT.
- Custom 3D Model of terminal and all building
- Custom jetway
- Wing21 Area building
- Custom terminal interior
- Realistic taxi path and parking position
- Realistic Apron marker
- Realistic Runway marker
- Custom runway and taxiway light