Gaya Simulations Announces Block Island State Airport for MSFS

Gaya Simulations have back in the second half of May taken to their Facebook page to announce the development of their next scenery for the newest fligth simulator – the Microsoft Flight Simulator, released just about a year ago.

Covering the Block Island State Airport (KBID) on Rhode Island in the United States, the scenery is expected to feature, once released, custom mesh for the best authenticity of the airport and close vicinity, PBR textures, or custom-made and accurately painted static aircraft.

Additionally, as one would expect from a Gaya Simulations scenery, it will as well feature accurate taxiway signs and markers, or animated cars with Rhode Island license plates covering most of the island area.

While it is unknown when is the scenery expected to be released, or what is the price going to be like, it is clear from the previews and posts published by the developer, that the scenery development is reaching final stages and we can expect the release very soon.

Block Island State Airport (KBID) is a public airport located on Block Island in Rhode Island in the United States. It is mainly used throughout the season with scheduled services to and from New York and Westerley. The airport is nowadays mainly used by general aviation.

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