Third-party developers have published new screenshots of the future aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator soon the corresponding airport will appear and the city addition will be released.

We start with a new one screenshots of the future Short regionals” by Blackbox Simulationwhich will include the Shirt 330 and Short 360, in addition to the military version, the Short C-23 Sherpa in A, B and C variants.

Today we get to see the crew cabin and learn that the developer is working on a functional set of windshield wipers.

Second, SamScene3D released their Bangkok Mega City a superstructure that enriches the capital of Thailand. It is currently available on the official market for Xbox and PC, as well as on the developer’s own store (PC only) from $16.95

You can check out the trailer and official feature list below.

  • Over 1,200 iconic buildings have been added to the city of Bangkok
  • More than 100 Buddha temples were added to the city
  • Most of the models with LOD technique making it fps friendly
  • Most buildings with night lighting effects
  • Many buildings with a helipad on the roof
  • Includes several iconic bridges, statues, monuments, towers, temples, etc
  • Compatibility with other Bangkok Airport addons


In addition, we also hear from V Pilot that it will “soon” release a corresponding airport in Costa Rica, Juan Santamaria International Airport (MROC), which serves the country’s capital, San Jose.

It is an important airport in Central America, receiving many scheduled flights from around the world, as well as cargo operations to and from the rest of the Americas.

We don’t have an exact release date yet, but you can check out one new screenshot below.

MSFS Juan Santamaria International Airport

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