Axonos Releases Perth Airport for MSFS

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Axonos’ first airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator has been released. Their rendition of Perth Airport in Australia is a modern development for the fourth busiest airport in the country. Pre-pandemic, the airport served a large number of destinations including many parts of Asia, Africa and Australia. It also served as one of the longest routes in the world with travellers being able to connect directly to London with the 787. Perth Airport (YPPH) has undergone major development over the years as it has grown significantly in passenger traffic and also the number of airlines visiting.

The developers has brought the airport to the simulator with plenty of features. From full PBR material throughout to accurately placed buildings that match the current state of the airport. In addition, Axonos has included numerous static aircraft, custom ground clutter and also realistic night lighting. All of this has been done with performance in mind.

To bring extra value to the product, Axonos has also included numerous landmarks across the city of Perth, which are notable when departing and arriving at the airport. These models have been described as high-quality 3D models with no detail spared in the making of them.

You can buy Axonos’ Perth Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator either from Gumroad ($19.99) or simMarket for (€18.99).


  • Full PBR Material
  • Accurate building modesl/textures
  • Custom orthophoto imagery
  • Custom landmarks and city included
  • Realistic night lighting
  • Static aircraft
  • Custom ground clutter
  • Custom clutter objects
  • Highly optimised


Tags : AirportAustraliaAxonosPerthSceneryYPPH
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