Aerosoft Airport Zagreb Released for MSFS

Aerosoft has released Airport Zagreb for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The product brings a faithful recreation of Franjo Tuđman Airport (LDZA) to the simulator with all airport buildings, military areas and also various landmarks from the nearby area. The airport includes custom HD texturing, sloped runways and also custom animations throughout for an authentic experience.

Franjo Tuđman Airport is Croatia’s largest and busiest airport, serving over 3.4 million passengers before the pandemic. It thrives on tourism and business travellers from across Europe with many airlines from across the continent visiting on a regular basis. Airlines such as Croatia Airlines and Ryanair fly to numerous destination across Europe. In addition, the airport also sees airlines fly to Dubai, Tel Aviv and also Seoul-Incheon.

The scenery includes a number of features such as complete PBR throughout, custom catering trucks and boarding stairs, realistic night time dynamic lighting and also correct ground markings and gate positions.

You can buy Aerosoft’s Airport Zagreb Released for Microsoft Flight Simulator from simMarket for €15.08. If you previously owned the airport on Prepar3D, you can upgrade for €12.06.

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Further Previews of Aerosoft Airport Brussels in MSFS

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Jo Erlend has taken to the Aerosoft forums to share new images for the upcoming release of Brussels Airport (EBBR) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. This particular developer really has an eye for detail with these close-up shots of the airport. Even the apron lights have copious amounts of detail throughout, none of which would be seen day-to-day. The same attention
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Cockpit Master CS 737X CDU Announced

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Home cockpit builders will be pleased to see that a new player is on the scene with a brand-new standalone plug and play 737 CDU module. Developed by Cockpit Part Aviation Technology Co. Ltd, the new Cockpit Master CS 737X CDU enables simmers to simply plug in the device into a PC and use it seamlessly with a variety of
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Aerosoft Airfield Perranporth Released for MSFS

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Aerosoft Airfield Perranporth has been released for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Situated in the southwest of Cornwall, England, Perranporth Airfield (EGTP) is a popular place for general aviation pilots looking to discover the views of the area. The airport is run by the Perranporth Flying Club and offer a range of experience flights and training courses for those seeking to get
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Aerosoft Releases Airport Orsta-Volda

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Released in time for the upcoming World Update which focuses on the Nordics, Aerosoft has released Orsta-Volda Airport (ENOV) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The airport is situated in Hovdebygda, Norway and features a short single 3,510ft runway. The airport only sees regular services from Widerøe to destinations such as Bergen, Oslo and Sogndal. Aerosoft has recreated the airport with full PBR
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Previews of the Aerosoft Twin Otter in MSFS

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Earlier this week, Aerosoft shared a few new images for its upcoming Twin Otter aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The new images shared by Mathijs Kok on the forums as part of the endeavour to keep the community updated with progress on their upcoming projects. The new images shared were taken from within the simulator to highlight the details currently being added to the external model of the aircraft.

The new previews show us the amphibian variant of the Twin Otter. The floats attached to the aircraft mean you can take off from a runway on land, but then touchdown in bodies of water. This is demonstrated by the previews shared.

Alongside the in-sim previews, we were treated to some renders of the cockpit which is in development. You can see particular attention to detail on the rudder pedals of the aircraft.

The Twin Otter is renowned for its versatility. Thanks to the numerous attachment or configurations found with the Twin Otter, it can withstand almost any environment type. The tough airframe can be adapted for land or sea, as well as being able to touch down on almost any type of environment. Furthermore, the short take-off and landing characteristics of the plane means the possibilities on where you can go with the plane are almost limitless.

We already know that once released, the Twin Otter will be sold as a “medium-priced product”. We have seen plenty of development updates already, including in the cockpit of the aircraft and renders of the virtual cabin which will vary depending on the variant.

Whilst a release date is unknown, it was reconfirmed that a release is certainly on the cards for this year. The team is awaiting some updates for the simulator to address how turboprops are handled, but otherwise, things seem to be progressing well for the aircraft. As usual, we’ll keep you informed of progress.

If the Twin Otter isn’t your thing, then why not check out the recent previews of the CRJ 900/1000 for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

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RCStudio Releases Trento-Mattarello Airport for MSFS

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RCStudio in collaboration with Aerosoft has released Trento-Mattarello Airport (LIDT) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Trento-Mattarello Airport is a small general aviation airfield located in northern Italy within the foothills of the Alps. Scenic flights invite you to experience flying general aviation aircraft among the high terrain. Medical evacuation and first aid responding helicopters are also based at the airport. From
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First Previews of the Aerosoft CRJ 900/1000 for MSFS

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Aerosoft released the CRJ for Microsoft Flight Simulator earlier last month and since then released an update to fix numerous community reported issues. Now, and as initially promised, the team are now gearing up to release the 900/1000 expansion pack. Posted on the Aerosoft forums, Mathijs Kok shared the first images of the larger version of the aircraft type. The
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Airport Madrid XP Released

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Airport Madrid XP has been released for X-Plane 11. Developed initially by Sim-Wings, and ported by Windsock Simulations, the airport is a full recreation of the busy Spanish airport in the simulator. As the largest airport in Spain, and the sixth in Europe, Madrid–Barajas Airport (LEMD) serves over 60 million passengers each year. The airport features 4 runways all over 3,500m
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Aerosoft Releases Airfield Wasserkuppe for MSFS

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If you're looking to discover the Hessian district of Fulda in Germany, then Aerosoft has your back. They have released Airfield Wasserkuppe for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The aerodrome itself features a challenging approach and the sloped runway in the mountainous terrain makes for an exciting experience for simmers. The airport comes with custom buildings and high-resolution orthophotography for the airport and
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