Today, third-party developers shared new assets and revealed upcoming additions for Microsoft Flight Simulator, as well as a new release.
We start with Orbx, who announced Melbourne Airport (YMML), also showing off a short video. As the second busiest airport in Australia, this one has been highly anticipated and it’s great to see it finally here.
The wait is almost over! Be prepared to visit one of Australia’s busiest airports in the heart of Melbourne. YMML Tullamarine for MSFS coming soon to OrbxDirect! 🛬 #YMMLTullamarine #MSFS #OrbxDirect #Melbourne Airport #Aviation simulations #FlightSimulation pic.twitter.com/zaY7S85FV6
— Orbx (@OrbxSystems) May 20, 2023
Next comes Aerosoft, which released new screenshots his own Airbus A330showing some really nice liveries.
I made more screenshots public Cakeshowing more freight warehouses East Midlands Airport (EGNX) in the UK.
Last but not least, Lisium launched Palanga International Airport (EYPA) in Lithuania. This airport is accessible to the popular resort town at Simmarket for $25.55, promising the following features.
- High definition textures with PBR to enhance the experience
- Parallax Interiors, so as not to leave the boiling feeling that there must be something behind this window
- Accurately modeled airport night lighting
- Modern layout, taking into account recent changes in reconstruction
- Animated models
- Compatible with GSX and AREX (the GSX profile is available after purchase)
- Accurate models of the airport and surroundings (including interiors)
Microsoft Flight Simulator currently available for PC, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox Cloud Gaming including Game Pass. If you want to know more, stay tuned to TechRaptor, like us daily Microsoft Flight Simulator news to keep you up to date with the many sim add-ons and releases. We also have recently interviewed Jorg Neumann from Microsoft about the Antonov An-225 “Dream” and meniBuilds CEO Ubaid Moussa on the work of the popular third-party developer. If you are interested in reviews, you can check iniBuilds New York JFK Airport, Orbx Oslo Gardermoen Airportand RHDSimulations’ Boeing 767-300ER.