Verticalsim has released its second Microsoft Flight Simulator airport product. This time, the scenery developers head over to Norfolk International Airport (KORF). The airport itself is the fourth busiest in Virginia and sees airlines such as American, Delta, Frontier and United offer various links to other US cities from the airport.
With this release, Verticalsim is clear that this is an airport built from the ground-up for Microsoft Flight Simulator. As a result, objects, materials, and lighting are all new and take advantage of the technologies found in the simulator. Furthermore, thanks to the airport layout matching 2020 charts, the user will have a pleasant experience and peace of mind when operating in and out of Norfolk.
You can buy Norfolk International Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator from Verticalsim’s website for $11.99 USD. If you own the X-Plane 11 version, you are able to get a 10% discount code by contacting the developers with an invoice prooving you own it already. At the same time, the X-Plane 11 version has seen a price reduction to just $6.00 USD.
In related news, Verticalsim most recently released Plant City Municipal Airport for the simulator, too.
- HDR lighting matching real world photographs (generators running on the cargo pad for example)
- 2020 airport layout
- Many different hand-crafted objects and details specifically made via visual research
- Cleanup of the Norfolk airport grounds (removed trees, fixed water on the end of RWY23, etc.)
- Ground clutter with proper decaling
- Proper airport data (PAPI light positioning, taxi-pathing, etc.)
- HD buildings and objects with PBR
- Free support and upgrades for updates (especially when new jetways are able to be brought over)
- LCACs base full of LCACs
- Rebuild of ground material framework taking advantage of PBR