Developers PKSIM has announced a few new airport products in the works following on from the release of Bogota earlier this month. In a post on Facebook, the team shared what the current roadmap for the team looks like.
Starting off, the team shared the news that they will be working on Jorge Chavez International Airport (SPJC). The airport, also known as Lima Airport in Peru is an important hub in the area with a large number of airlines from across the Globe visiting the airport. The team said that this will be the first airport outside of Colombia for the team. No anticipated release date but some renders were shared.
In addition, the team confirmed that work is on-going for a new version (V2) of Rionegro. The plan is to make it native to Prepar3D V4 and also include SODE jetways along with airport expansion. With all the learnings and new technology found in Bogota also being applied to this new version of Rionegro airport.
Finally, the team also confirmed that there are plans to update Barranquilla with new features such as the all-new jetways coming to the airport. However, this won’t be done until the actual airport is updated in real-life.
That wraps up their small roadmap shared on Facebook. Be sure to follow them to stay updated with their news.