LatinVFR Releases Santiago Chile Airport for MSFS

US-based developer, LatinVFR, has taken to social media to announce Santiago Chile Airport (SCEL) release for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Features ground textures, markings, and realistic terminal, cargo, and airport buildings, all rendered using PBR materials, as well as realistic airport lighting. Interiors are also modeled, as are customized jetways, sloping runways, and accurate gate/parking according to the actual real-world airport.

This addon is available from LatinVFR’s website, priced at $17.99. There is a discount for previous customers of SCEL for P3D, using promo code SCELMSFS.

Santiago Chile airport (SCEL), now known as the Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport, named after a founder of the Chilean Air Force, is not only Chile’s busiest international airport but is also the country’s largest aviation facility. The airport serves Europe, the Americas, Africa, the Oceanics, and Asia through its international, domestic, and cargo operations.

Main Features

  • Hand-made and detailed PBR ground markings and textures according to the most recent airport situation.
  • Hand-made, Realistic terminals, cargo buildings, airport buildings using MSFS PBR materials.
  • Realistic airport lighting.
  • Realistic airport terminal interiors.
  • Taxiways, aprons, runways sloped using the native MSFS system.
  • Optimized for performance to be used on most types of systems.
  • Customized and enhanced jetways.
  • Accurate airport gate/parking to current real-world airport layout.

Author: Ray

I have been an avid aviation enthusiast for about eight years since I first started using FSX. Apart from flying in the sims (now X-Plane 11 and MSFS) I enjoy reading about aviation through the many periodicals and books available. I live in South Yorkshire in the northern half of the UK.

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