LatinVFR Roadmap Revealed – Narita (RJAA) and Fort Lauderdale (KFLL) Confirmed


LatinVFR released New Orleans just a few days ago and they seem pretty happy with the release. The team opted to use their own store, and as promised, the team have updated the store to include 13 other LatinVFR products.

Whilst this is exciting news, the roadmap LatinVFR presented may get simmers pretty hyped up. First up, the team re-confirmed that Miami (KMIA) would be getting a PBR makeover in the near future. Whilst the time and effort to make the entire airport with the new technology would be too time-consuming and not financially viable, LatinVFR will apply it to important elements such as ground polys, metallic surfaces, windows/glass, etc. The update will be free of charge to existing customers, but the price for new customers will increase.

As for future products, LatinVFR confirmed that they will be working three new products. The first one to be released is a secret project, which won’t be revealed until a week before release. That one is due out in the summer. The other airports, which have been confirmed are, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Int’l (KFLL) and Narita (RJAA).

Fort Lauderdale Airport is due out by the end of the year, with Narita due for release by Spring 2020.

That’s all the details shared for now. Don’t forget to check out their last release of New Orleans via their store. It’s available to buy for $22.90.

Tags : AirportFort LauderdaleKFLLLatinVFRNaritaRJAARoadmapScenery
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