Today, Microsoft and third-party developers had assets and news to share about the addition Microsoft Flight Simulatorand the airport is freed.

We start with Microsoft itself and its partners at iniBuilds, who have released a full series of tutorial videos for brand new Antonov An-225 “Mriya” released last month. If flying a plane has left you confused (and I wouldn’t blame you if it has), this should clear up all your doubts.

By the way, if you want to learn more about Antonov, I suggest you check out TechRaptor tomorrow as we have some content that you might find interesting.





Next we get the release date An analogue of Bonanza from Black Square the future plane in “Overhaul of the ferrySeries. According to Just a flightwill be March 9.

In case you missed the first news, this add-on is designed to completely overhaul the default Beechcraft Bonanza interior and systems, while retaining Asobo’s excellent default exterior model.

We also get a small but nice treat from Aerosoft and developer Joe Erland Sund working on the publisher’s version Oslo Gardermoen Airport (ENGM), serving the capital of Norway.

As you can see in the video was published on the official forumsthe airport will have animated pianos with sound.

Next, we take a look at the new trailer for Fly2High Daegu International Airport (RKTN) in South Korea, which will air soon on March 9.


New screenshots and development updates provided A simulation of the Pacific Islands about his future Salt Lake City International Airport (KSLC) in the USA.

“Guys, we were hoping for a release at the end of March, but we’ve decided to push back the timeframe a bit as we’ve gotten more information on the latest progress at RW Airport. The GA buildings/hangars in particular need updated textures to match the changes in this area. Additionally, we’ve added EV charging stations at all ends of the concourses, improved ground textures to give a realistic asphalt grunge look (ie cracks, dirt, tire tracks), and more. We also added Delta, Skywest, Southwest (and others) cargo terminals south of Concourse A (East). Two anti-icing maintenance facilities in the center of the field and at the end of Runway 34L are now complete. We will continue to add interior elements starting with the main terminal, but in the meantime Chevron, Burger King, Beans & Brews and Costa Vida get free advertising for life.”

Last but not least, JustSim released the brand new Diagoras Rhodes International Airport (LGRP) in Greece. Although the developer released a previous version of the airport, it was built from scratch and you can find it at Simmarket for $17.89 plus applicable VAT.

That being said, those who previously purchased the previous version of the plane can get this new version at a steep discount (around $6). Below you can find tons of screenshots.

Microsoft Flight Simulator currently available for PC, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox Cloud Gaming including Game Pass. If you want to learn more, stay tuned to TechRaptor as we go along daily Microsoft Flight Simulator news to keep you up to date with the many additions that come and go for the Sim. We have it too recently reviewed Orbx Oslo Gardermoen Airport.