Axonos to Release Perth for MSFS on May 14th

Scenery developer Axonos has recently announced on their discord server that Pre-ordering of Perth Airport (YPPH) for Microsoft Flight Simulator is now available, and that the scenery would be releasing on the 14th of May.

Development of Perth Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator started back when the X-Plane 11 version was released, and the developers at Axonos have been hard at work to bring the scenery to the relatively new Microsoft Flight Simulator.

The scenery includes many features like full PBR materials, accurate building models/textures, custom orthophotos, custom landmarks and city, realistic night lighting, static aircraft, and more.

You can pre-order the scenery on Gumroad for approximately €12.43 here.

Perth Airport (YPPH) is an international airport serving the capital of Western Australia, Perth. While Perth is the fourth-most populous city in the country, the airport is the fourth busiest airport in Australia by passenger movement. Serving as a hub for many airlines including Qantas, the airport is operating routes to and from the whole world. Probably the most-known flight is the one connecting Perth with London operated by Qantas Boeing 787 Dreamliner.


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

Author: Liam

Hi! My name is Liam, I am from Australia, I have been flight simming for around 5 years, mainly with X-Plane 11. I joined FSNews in October 2020 and I am excited to keep all of you informed on the latest flight sim news!

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