23.4.2022 – 11:38z

Aerosoft Releases Brussels Airport for MSFS

Renown flight sim developer Aerosoft have recently taken to Facebook to share the release of their Brussels Airport (EBBR) scenery rendition for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The airport is located in Belgium and sees more than 26 million passengers a year.

The scenery includes a myriad of features, such as a highly accurate recreation of the real airport, highly detailed models with resolution textures, custom jetways, custom taxi way signage, and much more.

This is the second rendition Aerosoft have created of Brussels Airport, previously having released the FSX/FS2004 variant of the scenery.

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The scenery can be purchased from Aerosoft’s website for approximately €20.97 here. Alternatively you will be able to purchase the scenery from the official Microsoft Flight Simulator Marketplace once it is made available.

Brussels National Airport (EBBR) is said to be the 23rd busiest airport in Europe (as of 2017) and is located 12km northeast of Brussels. It serves airline companies such as Brussels Airlines and TUIfly Belgium.


  • Includes a highly accurate recreation of Brussels Airport (BRU, EBBR)
  • Highly detailed models with high resolution textures
  • Custom jetways with correct variations for each terminal pier
  • Ambient passenger movements inside and around the terminals
  • Large amounts of ground clutter and service equipment at aircraft stands and parkings
  • Custom ambient ramp traffic bringing the apron to life
  • Up to date taxiway, apron and stands layout
  • Custom and accurate taxiway signage
  • Accurate taxiway lighting including custom runway guard lights
  • Approach and runway lights adapted to match real world counterparts
  • Custom aerial image covering the airport boundary and surrounding area
  • Accurate terrain and runway profiles
  • Custom windsocks and other environment dependent animations
  • Realistic night time dynamic lighting
  • Functioning “Apron Warning System”
  • Terminal interior for Pier A, B and connector building
  • Stands support AI traffic that has airline parking codes
  • Proximity triggers for hangar doors (TUI & Lufthansa) and apron gates (N4 and Sabena aerospace)
  • Supports the Aerosoft VDGS module with highly accurate T1 and T2 safedock systems

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