Axonos Publishes 2021 Roadmap and Previews Perth for MSFS

Scenery development team Axonos has recently shared some exciting news in regards to their future developments for X-Plane 11 and Microsoft Flight Simulator, by publishing their 2021 roadmap, as well as previewing Perth for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Their roadmap covers all sceneries they aim to release in 2021, which is a large amount of sceneries spread all around the world. Amongst the list of airports, we also see plans from Axonos to release landmark packages for various cities around the world, including Gold Coast, Casablanca, and Paris.

Axonos 2021 Roadmap

Planned X-Plane 11 sceneries

Read also: Parallel 42 Showed a Video of Immersion Package for MSFS

  • KPSP Palm Springs International airport
  • YBCG Gold Coast Airport
  • NZQN Queenstown Airport 
  • LPPD João Paulo II Airport ( Part of São Miguel Island package) 
  • YMML Melbourne Airport
  • KLGA LaGuardia Airport
  • EGPF Glasgow Airport
  • OTHH Hamad International Airport

Planned Microsoft Flight Simulator sceneries

  • YPPH Perth International Airport
  • KMEM Memphis International Airport
  • KJAC Jackson Hole Airport
  • KPSP Palm Springs International Airport
  • YBCG Gold Coast Airport

Planned landmark packages for X-Plane 11 and MSFS in partnership with Prealsoft 

  • Gold Coast City Landmark Package (X-Plane 11 and MFS2020)
  • Casablanca Landmark Package (X-Plane 11) 
  • Paris Landmark Package (X-Plane 11) 

Amongst the 2021 roadmap announcement, Axonos also recently published previews of their Perth Airport (YPPH) scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator, an ongoing endeavour since the release of the X-Plane 11 version

Read also: MS/Asobo Releases Sim Update 14 with new SR22T, ATC Changes for MSFS

There has been no published release date or price or Perth Airport (YPPH) for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Comment Policy

In order to ensure friendly environment for everyone, we outlined a few simple rules that need to be followed when participating in discussions in the comment section under each post. It's nothing complicated: keep the comments English, avoid vulgarisms, offensive language, abusive behaviour, creating or participating in arguments, trolling, or self-promotion.