Miami International Airport (KMIA) was originally announced as the first scenery that will be coming to the new Microsoft Flight Simulator by LatinVFR. Today, after previews shared three days ago, LatinVFR has came to their social networks to announce the release of the scenery.
The scenery is not ported from Prepar3D, but developed from scratch to use efficiently what the new simulator has to offer. It features customized jetways, realistic airport lighting, hand-made textures, or accurate airport layout. Not to forget, all buildings around the airport feature PBR implementation.
For existing users of the Prepar3D and FSX variants of the scenery, there is a special €11,99 upgrade fee available. On SimMarket, the discount will apply automatically while on the LatinVFR website, you must use code “KMIAMSFS” at the checkout.
If you want to purchase the scenery, you can do so via the LatinVFR website for approximately €15.
Miami International Airport is one of the three main airports serving the Miami area, besides Fort Lauderdale (KFLL) and Palm Beach (KPBI). Miami is the biggest of the three. It served more than 45 million passengers in 2019. It has many regional, national and intercontinental connections. Miami International is also a hub for American Airlines.
- Hand made and detailed ground markings and textures according to the most recent airport situation.
- Realistic terminals, cargo buildings airport buildings using MSFS PBR materials.
- Realistic airport lighting.
- Taxiways, aprons, runways sloped using the native MSFS system.
- Optimized for performance to be used on most types of systems.
- Customized jetways
- Customized train animations.
- Accurate airport gate/parking to current real world airport layout.