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Sim-Wings Aerosoft – Hamburg Airport: The FSElite Review

Product Information
Developer
Sim-Wings
Purchase From
Aerosoft
Price
€16.77 (excluding VAT)
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Version Reviewed
1.0
Press Copy Provided By
simMarket
SimMarket
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Located in northern Germany, Hamburg Airport serves as an important hub for many airlines across Europe. Its location means many airlines from around the world visit the airport on a regular basis and developer Sim-Wings has brought the airport to Microsoft Flight Simulator to enable simmers to recreate many of those flights. Let’s take a look at how Sim-Wings has brought the busy airport to the sim.

Produced By Spencer.

Overall Summary
Sim-Wings has created a great model of Hamburg airport. It has some of the best ground textures we’ve seen in scenery and incredibly detailed airside modelling. Aside from small issues with the terminal, this scenery is very well done.
Likes
Dislikes
  • Interior terminal modelling leaves a little to be desired
  • Lack of fencing around the airport removes some realism

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Tags : AirportHamburgScenery
Spencer te Wildt

The author Spencer te Wildt

Spencer got interested in the aviation community when trying out Flight Simulator X at a friend’s house in 2008 - and has been hooked ever since. A long time member of the flight simulator video community, he launched the SJT375 Youtube channel in 2009 and founded MyFlightDirector in 2012, a site he ran for 6 years focusing on development of the flight simulator YouTube community. Outside of Flight Simulator, Spencer followed his passion in aviation to become an Engineer at Boeing, and enjoys soccer and cycling.
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