JustSim Releases Two New Airports for MSFS

JustSim has in the past two days released two new airport sceneries for Microsoft Flight Simulator. While the first scenery covering Nice Cote D’Azur Airport (LFMN) was released yesterday, the second scener covering Riga Airport (EVRA) was released today, not even 24 hours after.

Nice cote D’azur Airport (LFMN)

Although the scenery was converted from Prepar3D to the new simulator, the developer has worked on some improvements to it so it better stands in the competition present in the new market.

The changes that were made are, for example, improved ground polygon textures, more than twenty added parking spaces, new 3D models were added throughout the airport, and AFCAD file was corrected with the current navdata and parking scheme.

The scenery can be purchased through SimMarket for €19.90 with VAT excluded. There is a €9.95 upgrade fee available for existing owners of the Prepar3D version of the scenery, and a €12 upgrade fee for existing owners of the X-Plane version of the scenery.

Riga Airport (EVRA)

Unfortunately, in regards to the Riga Airport (EVRA) scenery, the developer did not include a feature list or much information in the product description, and so we can only estimate based on the screenshots what the scenery has to offer.

The development of both sceneries was not mentioned prior to the release today and yesterday.

The scenery of Riga Airport (EVRA) from JustSim can be purchased through SimMarket for €18.80 with VAT excluded. An upgrade fee is available for owners of the Prepar3D and X-Plane 11 variants of the scenery.

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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