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Flightbeam Auckland Previews in MSFS

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Mir from Flightbeam has shared a host of new previews for Auckland Airport (NZAA) in Microsoft Flight Simulator. Whilst development has been ongoing for a long time, Mir acknowledges the time since our last previews of the airport, albeit that was in Prepar3D.

Mir described this product as a “next-gen” airport, which is evident from the details that are present in the modelling and texture work we can see in these previews. Throughout the previews, you can see the main international terminal, the domestic terminals and also the Air New Zealand engineering hangars.

Development continues with the airport on Microsoft Flight Simulator, but still no mention of a release date. We also hope that similar progress continues with the Prepar3D version, but not news was mentioned for it in this update.

You can check out the Flightbeam forums for more details.

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