MK-Studios Releases Dublin Airport for MSFS

MK-Studios has released their new scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator: Dublin Airport (EIDW). This release is the MK-Studios’ first for the new simulator but far from the last. It is only the first of their entire P3D catalogue that is scheduled to be converted.

The scenery features present terminal interior, up-to-date ground layout and stands, full recreation of the airport, and optimization for high performance. The complete feature list can be found below.

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Dublin Airport is the one and only commercial airport serving the Irish capital city. The airport has seen a lot of growth in recent years with significant growth in the past 10 years. Dublin will also inaugurate a new runway next year. The airport serves as a hub for Aer Lingus, Ireland’s flag carrier, and the low-cost Ryanair.

From EIDW, you can find many routes to other European destinations. The British Isles are served to a great extent. The airport has a decent North American network thanks to its proximity. Some Middle Eastern carriers visit the airport too.

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If you’re interested, you can buy this airport from Orbx for approximately €16.16 or from SimMarket for approximately €16.50 excluding VAT. There is an upgrade fee available for existing owners of the Prepar3D variant of the scenery worth €10 excluding VAT.

Feature list

  • Fully detailed rendition of Dublin airport
  • Up to date ground layout and stands according to the real-world changes
  • Terminal interior model (simplified for maximum performance
  • AI compatible
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