30.10.2023 – 18:38z

Cascadia Approach Releases Indira Gandhi International Airport For MSFS

Cascadia Approach announced their latest add-on, Indira Gandhi International Airport, on the Microsoft Flight Simulator Forums. The add-on comes after massive renovations at the airport, including the addition of a new runway.

About Indira Gandhi International Airport

Indira Gandhi International Airport serves the city of Delhi, the capital of India, along with the National Capital Region. It is the busiest airport in the country and handles more than 5,000 flights a day to more than 50 countries. The ICAO code VIDP has been given to the airport since it is in Delhi-Palam and under the Delhi FIR.

The airport was recently renovated with the addition of a new runway, elevated taxiways and terminal 1 expansion. The new runway 29R/11L is the 4th runway of the airport and the 3rd parallel runway at Delhi Airport. The new elevated taxiways are the first to be built in India or the surrounding countries.

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Cascadia Approach Delhi Airport Features

The add-on has custom Terminals 1, 2 and 3. Terminal 1 was recently refurnished and expanded with a lot more gates and jetways, all of which have been modelled and are fully functional in the add-on. Interiors have been modelled for Terminals 1 and 3 along with the famous Encalm lounges.

From the taxiways to terminal buildings, high-quality textures have been utilised throughout the airport. The newly built elevated taxiways have also been modelled in the add-on but might have some bugs with the traffic passing underneath them. Unfortunately, the add-on does not support GSX Jetways at the moment, but the developer has promised upcoming updates to the airport.

Where to Get it?

The add-on can be purchased from the simMarket website for €12.00. The add-on can be installed by downloading the simMarket application and using their simInstaller technology. Read more about a similar VIDP add-on here.

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