Flight Sim Development Group Releases St Lucia for MSFS

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Developer Flight Sim Development Group (FSDG) has released St. Lucia for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The scenery package brings a realistic rendition of George F. L. Charles Airport (TLPC) on the Caribbean island, along with additional landmarks around the airport.

The airport is commonly known as Vigie Airpor and is one of two airports on the island. This particular airport is smaller in size and sees airlines such as Caribbean Airlines, LIAT and Air Sunshine visit on a regular bases providing routes to various nearby islands. The runway at the airport is 6,227ft, typically meaning only smaller aircraft types can visit. There is also a helipad at the airport.

The team has included the latest technology such as PBR, dynamic lighting and HD ground textures for a realistic recreation of the airport. Furthermore, there has been a variety of landmarks added around the area and also static ships in the nearby port for more authenticity. A manual has also been included to support simmers get started with the airport product.

Those wishing to pick up St Lucia TLPC for Microsoft Flight Simulator can do so from simMarket for €10.00 (excluding tax).


  • Accurate and detailed rendition of George F. L. Charles Airport, St Lucia (TLPC)
  • Additional landmarks and objects around the airport
  • Includes static ship and aircraft for even more authenticity
  • Latest MSFS technologies like dynamic lights or ground materials
  • Optimized for great performance and visual quality
  • Compatible with all known add-ons
  • Manual included
Tags : AirportFSDGReleaseScenerySt. LuciaTLPC
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