1.5.2024 – 21:25z

FlyTampa Previews Sydney Airport for X-Plane 12

FlyTampa has recently revealed its latest project on its Facebook page, Syndey Airport for X-Plane 12. FlyTampa has already released Sydney for FSX, Prepar3d and MSFS before. The MSFS scenery holds great value in the eyes of the community.

Key features

The team has published some features and previews of the airport, including custom mesh, custom night lighting, SAM and Living Scenery Technology (LST) integration, thousands of hand-placed trees and an Ortho4XP patch. Additionally, several features have not been disclosed yet. Sydney Airport is the largest airport in Australia. Many virtual pilots are excited to fly there in X-Plane 12.

About Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport

Kingsford Smith International Airport or Sydney Airport (IATA: SYD, ICAO: YSSY) is the airport of the Australian metropolis of Sydney. The airport is located about nine kilometres south of the city centre and has three terminals. Two terminals are used for domestic flights and one for international flights. On three sides, it is densely built up, with only the southern side bordering Botany Bay.

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Closing notes

The release date for FlyTampa’s Sydney Airport for X-Plane 12 is still unknown, but they have announced that it will be soon. Additionally, the exact price is not yet known, but based on previous releases, we estimate it to be between 20-28€. Once the airport is released, you can purchase it through the Orbx Store. FSNews will keep you updated on further scenery developments, updates and releases, so be sure to check back.

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