Scenery developer SLH Sim Designs has released Pointe-A-Pitre Le Raizet Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Pointe-A-Pitre Le Raizet Airport (TFFR) is located on the island of Pointe-A-Pitre which is part of the Guadeloupe archipelago in the Caribbean. The island is French and as such has close ties to many airports across the pond. Air France is a frequent visitor to the island, along with Air Antilles, Air Transat and also JetBlue. The airport has a single 10,266ft runway allowing the island to be served by a large number of aircraft of all shapes and sizes.
Sadly, the developer did not give it a feature list, but we can see from the screenshots that many details are included with the scenery product. We can see detailed interior modelling, high-quality PBR texturing and various objects and buildings in the immediate area of the airport. There are also open hangars for you to park up in after your latest adventure.
You can buy SLH Sim Designs’ Point-A-Pitre International Airport from either SIMMARKET (€18.00) or the developer’s store ($19.00).
We’re aware this airport was released a few weeks ago, but we missed it and felt it was worth giving some attention to. Thanks to Infomaniac for the tip. We rely on the community to help us find things we may have missed so please send us your tips.