Posted on: May 18, 2023 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Today, third-party developers released a relevant airport for Microsoft flight simulator and provided screenshots on another.

We start with Orbx, who released their London City Airport (EGLC) v2. It is a completely rebuilt version of the airport that was released basically at the same time as Microsoft flight simulator in 2020.

It comes with the new design and you can buy it. in direct Orbx for $18.13. You get a 72.88% discount if you already have the previous version in the same store. Below you can see a list of official features and a trailer.

  • Exquisite depiction of London City Airport and its environs
  • HD textures everywhere with PBR
  • Sharp aerial imagery for the airport
  • updated custom groundpoly
  • High detailed model of the remote digital control tower
  • Updated with east apron and taxiway extension
  • Reconstructed ATC tower with interior
  • Upgraded main terminal, Private Jet Center and Docklands campus
  • Further optimized for better performance on PC and Xbox
  • Works perfectly with Landmarks London City Pack

It’s worth mentioning that this is a completely separate release from the UK2000 Scenery version released a few days ago.


New screenshots have been posted for pilot experience simulatorBrest Bretagne Airport (LFRB) in France. This is also a completely different version compared to the one released a few days ago by 3DVirtualSim.

The developer promises “a level of quality, detail and realism both in the design of the ground and of the buildings unmatched at the best price” (sic) and advances of the terminal in a couple of weeks.

Microsoft flight simulator It is currently available for PC, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox Cloud Gaming, including Game Pass. If you want to learn more, you should keep an eye on TechRaptor as we do it every day. Microsoft flight simulator news to keep you up to date on the many addons coming and being released for the simulator. We’ve also recently interviewed Microsoft’s Jorg Neumann about the Antonov An-225 “Mriya” and iniBuilds CEO Ubaid Mussa about the work of the popular third-party developer. If you’re interested in reviews, you can check out iniBuilds’ New York-JFK Airport, Orbx’s Oslo Gardermoen Airport, and RHDSimulations’ Boeing 767-300ER.

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