Third-party developers have released new screenshots of the upcoming aircraft add-on Microsoft Flight Simulator and two airports were announced.

We start with Just Flight and Black Square, who released an extended video analog baron from “Overhaul of the ferry“series.

In case you missed the initial news, this view of the app is for a full review of the default aircraft interior and systems, while maintaining the excellent default exterior model from Asobo.

You can check out how much this adds to the plane below.


Next, we move on to the newly announced airports with Orbx, which continues its quest to enrich its native country, Australia. The developer has announced Rockhampton Airport (YBRK) in central Queensland. This is another smaller regional airport, but it still receives many scheduled passenger flights to different parts of the country.

It also hosts the Royal Flying Doctors and Helicopter Rescue Services and military operations, represented by the static MQ-28 Ghost Bat UAV developed by Boeing Australia for the Royal Australian Air Force.

No release date has been announced, but Orbx announcements are usually pretty short. We also get a lot of screenshots.

Last but not least, 29Palms Scenery Design announced Santorini International Airport (LGSR) in Greece with a package that includes the whole island and almost the island of Thirassia, shown at a resolution of 3 meters per pixel. Autogenous buildings and vegetation will also become more realistic and similar to their real counterparts.

This is great because the previous paid version we had for this popular holiday destination was launched a while ago and it was already extremely outdated and the airport has undergone extensive renovations including a whole new terminal building.

You can check out some screenshots below.

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