Final Approach Simulations has released their Barbados Grantly Adams International (TBPB) rendition for Microsoft Flight Simulator on the SimMarket store.

Final Approach Simulation has not disappointed the flight sim community with their latest scenery release for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Their rendition of Barbados International is highly detailed and lifelike. The atypical shape of the terminal has been perfectly replicated, with all the stands and taxiways accurately represented by accurate airport data. The developer has worked hard to include fine detail, which elevates the scenery to a very high level. These include the modelled terrace in front of the departure hall to even the inclusion of exotic plants on the apron. PBR effects and high-quality textures were implemented on the scenery to render out the most realistic result.

Grantley Adams International Airport is located 12.9 km (8.0 mi) from the city centre of Bridgetown, the capital of Barbados. This tropical airport is situated on the southern coast of the island and is often battered by strong winds, giving pilots a challenge on final approach. The airport serves international operations to destinations all around Europe and North America, from cloudy London Gatwick to frenetic Toronto.

If you are interested, you can purchase this scenery at the SimMarket store for an approximate cost of 14.40 EUR.



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