27.11.2023 – 16:55z

DominicDesignTeam Charleston for MSFS Released

DominicDesignTeam has shared the news that they released another scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator. This time, their development team has taken a glance at Charleston Airport (KCHS) for the Asobo’s platform.

Charleston International Airport is a civil-military airport located in South Carolina, United States. It was opened in 1928 and operated with three runways during World War II. Civilian operations started in 1979 as the operations were transferred from a former civilian airport in Charleston’s vicinity.

In 2009, Boeing announced building a major plant at this airport, which would end up being the final assembly site for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The airport is also equipped with a single terminal and two runways.

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Speaking of connections, virtual pilots can enjoy flying to various destinations across the North American continent from this airport. You can fly to Toronto with Air Canada, Seattle with Alaska, or to Chicago, Boston, Minneapolis and much more either during seasonal flights or flights during the whole year.

DominicDesginTeam Charleston Features

DominicDesignTeam has created a detailed scenery utilizing modern features such as PBR textures, dynamic lighting and custom jetways. There are also custom animated objects, hand-crafted pavement, with various imperfections and custom ground markings, making the ground operations at this airport more realistic.

If you would like to get this scenery, you can purchase it via the Simmarket website for €21.00.

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Source: Facebook.

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