Flightbeam Biarritz Airport Now Available for MSFS

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Flightbeam Biarritz has been released for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Developed by Dreamflight Studios, developers of Teterboro, the airport is a recreation of the French airport in impressive detail. The airport hosts a number of domestic and international routes from a variety of airlines but also sees plenty of traffic from local aviation schools. Furthermore, the Dassault Aviation Hangar sees numerous private jets visit on a regular basis. Whilst the current pandemic has seen a dramatic fall in passenger numbers, at its peak, the airport saw in excess of a million passengers each year.

Developers Dreamflight Studios has included a number of features to create a realistic rendition of the airport. From the full PBR usage throughout to the crisp and high-definition textures of buildings, ground markings and airport imagery. Furthermore, a detailed FBO for small aircraft operations is included which is great for those looking to take some aircraft to the busy French airport. Dreamflight has also included a range of custom ground vehicles, clutter objects and static aircraft, all of which have been optimised for good performance throughout the scenery.

As we mentioned the other day, Flightbeam is aware there are alternative scenery products available for Biarritz Airport in Microsoft Flight Simulator, they feel this product represents the “best of the best” when compared.

If you are looking to pick up Flightbeam Biarritz Airport (LFBZ) for Microsoft Flight Simulator, you can do so from Flightbeam’s store or on the Contrail App.

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Jetstream Designs has taken to Facebook to confirm that their upcoming release of Paris Orly Airport (LFPO) will soon be coming to Microsoft Flight Simulator. The airport is currently in beta testing with a few more things to fix before the airport is made available to buy and download. In the meantime, the scenery developer has shared a range of new images from the airport with the community.

The scenery will come packed with features similar to that of their Nantes Airport release. Expect to see good use of PBR, detailed airport buildings and realistic night lighting. Although not confirmed, Nantes did feature animated jetways and 3D passengers in the terminal building, so would be great to see those features carried on over to Paris Orly Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

In the same Facebook post, Jetstream Designs also confirmed that Milano Linate (LIML) is also at an “advance stage”, so we can expect a release for that airport soon. Finally, Jetstream Designs also alluded to the fact that Toulouse Airport, which has been long-awaited, is also in the final stages too and will release as a Flightbeam product.

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