22.5.2024 – 19:33z

BMWorld & AMSim Release San Francisco for MSFS

The developers from Beautiful Model of the World (BMWorld) and AMSim have released another major scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator. This time, looking at the gateway to Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco International Airport. The release of this scenery has been announced via the iniBuilds Discord server.

About San Francisco International Airport

San Francisco International Airport (KSFO) is a major international airport serving the city of San Francisco, California. The airport was established in 1927 and in 2023, it was the fourteenth busiest airport in the United States and the 30th busiest airport in the world by passenger count.

The airport serves as a hub for United Airlines and Alaska Airlines. In its early days of operations, the main carriers included Western Air Express, Maddux Air Lines and United Airlines, which became a key airline to the airport, as it operated connections to Los Angeles and New York in the 1930s with the Douglas DC-3.

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Currently, the airport is served by various international airlines to various major gateways around the world. From this airport, you can get to New York, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, London, Taipei, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Vancouver, Paris and much more.

About BMWorld’s & AMSim’s Rendition

The scenery offers high-resolution custom ground textures and custom ground markings, which ensure an accurate experience of this airport in Microsoft Flight Simulator. The terminal area, both its exterior and interior are detailed.

The terminal is then connected to the user’s aircraft via animated and custom jet bridges and the terminals are also intra-connected by an animated people mover.

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The scenery is now available via the iniBuilds website for € 21.06. This price is just an approximate, as you will be charged in British Pounds, and the price stated excludes tax. If you would like to learn more about BMWorld & AMSim sceneries, make sure to read our article about their recent Palm Beach Airport release here.

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