LatinVFR Updates Miami for MSFS to v1.04

239816 2020 08 29 13

Scenery developer LatinVFR has updated Miami to version 1.04 for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The new update is relatively minor but enhances areas of Miami City and parts of the airport.

The new update from the development team provides “general fixes to the airport elevations and buildings,” as well as improving the city. Parts of Downtown Miami, South Beach and the Port of Miami have all been improved and enhanced as seen from the screenshots shared on LatinVFR’s Facebook page.

Getting the update will depend on where you picked up the product in the first place. Most users will be able to open up the included “Contrail App” and install the update directly through that software. Those of you who purchased through simMarket can enter your serial details also on the Contrail App and acquire the download through that service. Alternatively, if you bought the product through LatinVFR’s store, you can login and download the installer again.

If you don’t own Miami Airport (KMIA) for Microsoft Flight Simulator already, you can buy it directly from LatinVFR for $17.99.


  • General fixes to airport elevations, and buildings.
  • New features: Enhanced Downtown Miami, Port of Miami and South Beach areas.
Tags : AirportCityMiamiScenery
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