iniScene Releases Shoreham Airport for MSFS

First announced back in the second half of September, Shoreham Airport (EGKA) scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator is the first scenery released by iniScene, a brand of iniBuilds focused on developing sceneries. Based on previous posts made by the developer, the scenery has been in testing since October.

The iniScene team are proud to bring you their first airport rendition for Microsoft Flight Simulator: Shoreham Airport.

Shoreham Airport (EGKA) – Product Page – iniBuilds

As the SDK matured throughout the development process, some parts of the scenery had to be reworked to fully use the simulator’s potential. The scenery offers a custom set of buildings, ground objects, and details throughout the airport, stunning 2K and 4K PBR textures, and high fidelity layout.

The price has been set by iniScene to approximately €11.05 (converted from 9.99 GBP). The scenery can be purchased, as of yet, only through the iniBuilds website for the previously mentioned price of approximately €11.05.

Brighton City Airport (EGKA), also known as Shoreham Airport, is a general aviation airport located just next to the city of Brighton in West Sussex, United Kingdom. It operates three grass runways and one asphalt one. Founded in 1910, it is also the oldest airport in the United Kingdom.


  • A faithful recreation of Shoreham Airport within the latest next-gen simulator.
  •  Custom set of buildings, ground objects and miscellaneous detailing throughout the airport.
  •  Visually stunning 2K and 4K PBR texturing for optimal performance and visual details.
  •  High fidelity ground layout designed from within Microsoft Flight Simulator using the latest SDK to its full advantage.

Author: George

I've been a flight sim enthusiast for some time now, and I've always enjoyed flying to various destinations all over the world. My favourite airport is by far Corfu with its scenic and challenging approach. I founded FSNews in May 2019.

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