28.1.2024 – 16:32z

Dreamflight Studios Releases Oaxaca International Airport for MSFS

The developer Dreamflight Studios has released their rendition of a Mexican Airport called Oaxaca International Airport, located in the vicinity of Santa Cruz. The developer has some interesting airports on their account, such as Palo Alto, Puerto Plata, Teterboro and even Mexico City for X-Plane.

About Oaxaca International Airport

Oaxaca International Airport (MMOX) in Mexico is well-known for its difficult approach with panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. Because of those mountains, even during great weather, the airport is challenging to fly into. It is also known as Xoxocotlán International Airport.

Oaxaca International AIrport is equipped by a single runway that is 2500 metres long and features an asphalt surface. There is a single apron, with nine stands, especially for narrow-body aircraft and the general aviation apron offers parking for fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters. It can handle around 22 operations per hour at its maximum capacity.

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Currently, virtual pilots can enjoy flights with Aeromexico, Aerovega, Aerotucán, American Airlines, Volaris, Viva and even United to various destinations across the American continent. You can fly to Mexico City, Huatulco, Dallas Fort Worth, Houston, Cancún, Los Angeles and much more all year round.

Dreamflight Studios’ Rendition

The Microsoft Flight Simulator recreation of this airport by Dreamflight Studios offers a wide range of modern features across the board. For the best visual experience possible, there are highly detailed 4K textures with PBR and custom decals. The models represent true-to-life buildings at the airport and static general aviation aircraft, as well as other objects and vehicles that help the airport feel busy in the simulator. For the best possible ground operations, there are custom taxiway signs and other tarmac objects.

The terminal also includes a 3D interior, with realistic night lighting and even the surrounding area is depicted, with the nearby auditorium and archaeological site.

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If you would like to get this scenery, you can purchase it via the Contrail website and their app for €13.95 excluding your local VAT.

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