19.4.2024 – 10:00z

New “Mega Airport” Oslo-Gardermoen Released By Aerosoft For MSFS

Aerosoft took to their Facebook page earlier yesterday to announce the release of their rendition of Oslo-Gardermoen Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The product is the latest in their series of “Mega Airport” series for the platform and has been re-created in breathtaking detail for MSFS.

Key Features

Aerosoft’s latest product is a highly accurate recreation of Oslo-Gardermoen Airport (ENGM) and features highly detailed models with high-resolution textures and an up-to-date airport layout as of April 2024. Further features include accurate terrain and runway profiles, custom jetway models, dynamic airport environment, and custom aerial imagery covering the airport boundary and vicinity.

The developers have also developed and modeled custom wind turbine models for the neighboring Odal wind farm. Moreover, the product also includes accurate taxiway lighting including custom runway guard lights, animated hangar doors with proximity triggers, support for AI traffic injectors, and support for the Aerosoft VDGS module. Aerosoft’s Gardermoen also includes a GSX Pro profile with accurate pushback procedures.

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About Oslo-Gardermoen Airport

Oslo Airport (Oslo Lufthavn), alternatively referred to as just Gardermoen is the international airport serving the city of Oslo, Norway. The airport is located 19 nautical miles northeast of Oslo, at Gardermoen at the border of municipalities Nannestad and Ullensaker. A major hub for Norwegian Air Shuttle, Scandinavian Airlines, and Widerøe, it is served by various other airlines and is connected to 26 domestic and 158 international destinations.

The airport location was first used by the Norwegian Army in 1940 with the first military airport facilities built during the 1940s. It remained a secondary reserve airport and an airport for chartered flights until it was shuttered in 1998 and the current, all-new airport opened at Gardermoen costing 11.4 billion Norwegian kroner (NOK).

Where do I get it?

Aerosoft’s Oslo-Gardermoen Airport can be purchased at the Aerosoft One store retailing at EUR 24.95 inclusive of VAT and can be installed via their Aerosoft One launcher. For more flight sim-related news, announcements, updates, and releases, do check out our other articles on FSNews.

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