Axonos, formerly known as JustAsia, responsible for many X-Plane 11, has released their rendition of Perth for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Perth Airport is the 4th busiest international airport in Australia and is located in the northeast of the city, and it averagely sees around 14 million passengers a year. The destinations it has to offer are for example London, Sydney or Singapore.

This is the first Microsoft Flight Simulator scenery by Axonos, and it offers a variety of high-quality features, such as PBR materials covering the entire scenery, accurate building models, custom orthophoto imagery, the city area and its important landmarks, static aircraft to make the scenery feel more alive and last but not least, it is well optimised.

The development of the scenery was first officially confirmed back in early April when a short 30-second video teaser was published through the developer’s YouTube channel. The scenery was afterwards further previewed in Axonos’ roadmap. The release date was first announced just a week ago.

The scenery is available to buy through for $19.99 or approximately €16.50. Based on previous posts, there should be a discount for owners of the X-Plane 11 variant of the scenery, however, it is not clear from the Gumroad store.


  • Full PBR materials
  • Accurate building models and textures
  • Custom orthophoto imagery
  • Custom landmarks and city included
  • Realistic night lighting
  • Static aircraft
  • Custom ground clutter
  • Custom clutter objects
  • Highly optimised

Author: Patrik

My aviation enthusiasm started back in March 2016 and since then I fly almost every day when I have time. I always like to discover new places or new things. The vehicles or any kind of technical things always fascinated me. As I was younger, I was also a journalist in a school magazine, so when I got an opportunity to write articles about my favorite hobby, I immediately jumped in.

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