Miramar Airport KNKX

Miramar Airport KNKX

Situated in San Diego, Miramar Airport serves as a United States Marine Corps installation. The airport is also known as Marine Corps Air Station Miramar and sees a number of military aircraft use the site for training, testing and storage.

Airport Static Aircraft

Airport Static Aircraft

LatinVFR has expanded its original Airport Static Aircraft to now include over 300 airports in Microsoft Flight Simulator. See hundreds of real world airlines and aircraft types parked at various locations around airports. This includes business jets, helicopters, regional jets, cargo aircraft, small to large airliners and military aircraft.

Wellington Airport (NSWN) for MSFS

Wellington Airport (NSWN) for MSFS

The scenery will feature updated models, and see itself updated to the latest real world situation with updated construction works at the airport. It will also feature new and highly detailed Gen-5 jetways, hand-painted PBR textures, sloped runways and more.

Chicago Executive Airport KPWK

Chicago Executive Airport KPWK

Experience the perfect approach to Chicago with one of the Upper Midwest’s busiest corporate and general aviation locations. Chicago Executive Airport is home to 325 aircraft, including 57 corporate jet aircraft and consists of three active runways covering more than 412 acres.

Sarasota International Airport

Sarasota International Airport

Located in Florida, just south of Tampa, the airport has some fantastic approaches over the water and nearby housing areas. Whilst the airport has plenty of commercial traffic from airlines such as United, Allegiant Air, Southwest and others, it is also a busy airport for local GA flying and business jets. As such, this airport is fairly accommodating to all types of pilots looking for some Floridian fun.

Mykonos Airport for MSFS

Mykonos Airport for MSFS

Known for its luxury apartments and villas, the island is very scenic, especially when on the final approach. Despite the popularity, there are only 7 parking spaces which may mean you are going to be held whilst the airport clears to make space. The relatively short runway also means that often airlines traveling towards the UK have to make a tech-stop to refuel due to weight limitations.