Microsoft Flight Simulator Warsaw Chopin & Mariscal Lamar Airports were released; Newark Liberty comes before Christmas

Microsoft Flight Simulator Warsaw Chopin & Mariscal Lamar Airports were released; Newark Liberty comes before Christmas


Today MSFS flyers can visit a brand new interpretation of Poland’s largest airport.

Today third-party developers had news and releases to share about airport add-ons for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

We start with Fly 2 High, which was released Warsaw Chopin Airport (EPWA) serving the capital of Poland.

It is currently available it’s Simmarket for $14.71 plus applicable VAT.

It comes with the following feature and you can catch a trailer showing what it looks like below.

  • VDGS connection systems work with Aerosoft VDGS modules
  • Highly detailed views of Warsaw Chopin Airport (EPWA).
  • Terraforming for a realistic representation of the airport terrain PBR material to build realistic glass and surfaces
  • Custom aerial photos for the airport
  • Detailed animated jetway models
  • Lots of custom vehicles and static objects

Another release comes from EcuaVirtual3D, and is the Mariscal Lamar International Airport (SECU) serving Cuenca, the capital of the Azuay province in Ecuador.

This can also be purchased for $15.67 it’s SimMarket.

Below you can find its features and a trailer.

  • Faithful replica of AIRPORT Mariscal-La Mars 2023.
  • Accurate modelling, based on original references, plans and other studies.
  • Fully customized floor, with ambient enclosure included in the texture.
  • Custom runway sign.
  • There are static objects, vehicles and aircraft at the scene.
  • Roads and roads with traffic of standard and customized vehicles.
  • HDR lighting with custom night textures.
  • Custom textures with ambient lock.
  • Custom Access Lighting Systems (ALS).
  • Taxiways included for aircraft, “taxiways”.
  • New control tower with interior decoration.
  • Highly accurate mesh of fully modified terrain in the airport area.

Interestingly, Drzewiecki Design announced that the plan will now be published Newark Liberty International Airport (KEWR) in the United States before Christmas.

Earlier this year, they had mentioned that this massively complex airport would be coming in 2023. If you’re wondering how much work is required to create this kind of large hub at the level of quality that this developer is known for, it took nine months with a team of ten people to get to this point.

You can see a set of new screenshots below.

Microsoft Flight Simulator is currently available for PC (Windows 10 and Steam) and Xbox Series X|S. If you want to read more about it, you can check out our review.

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