LatinVFR Releases AREX Middle East/Africa for MSFS

Scenery developer LatinVFR has recently released the latest package of their AREX series. This version being for the Middle East/Africa, and replaces all stock/default ground traffic in the Middle East/Africa region to more realistic depictions for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

As stated above, the addon replaces default ground traffic with more realistic, and high quality versions in the Middle East/Africa region. Including real world ground traffic logos, customized sound, and animated situations on ground. This is all supposedly included without any performance impact.

The Middle East/Africa version of AREX is LatinVFR’s fifth release of their AREX series. Which includes other regions such as North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and South America. A list of all available AREX packages can be found here.

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The addon can be purchased on LatinVFR’s website for approximately €7.52 here.


  • Replacement of ground services vehicles with customized and more realistic for the region at ALL airports in Middle East and Africa.
  • Customized sounds of the different engines and animation situations.
  • 3 regions of the world in MSFS independently customized, Middle East, Africa Central and Africa South.
  • Different logos for the companies that provide airport services in Middle East and Africa.
  • Realistic catering truck used in the regions, with the logos of the most important airport catering companies.
  • Customized push back truck depicting regional companies.
  • Customized and regional types of vehicle traffic, that make the airport environment more realistic and according to vehicles used in the region.
  • Uses the default system of calling ground services, no external apps or files needed.
  • No negative impact on performance.
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