MK Studios Releases Sevilla Airport for MSFS

MK Studios took to their Facebook page to announce the release of their Sevilla Airport (LEZL) rendition for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

This rendition includes an accurate replication of the terminal building, the apron, and true-to-life ground markings. Subsequently, the developer has extensively used PBR texturing and custom Ortho imagery to enhance the details in and around the airport.

In addition, the airport features custom night lighting.

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MK Studios also modelled Airbus’ San Pablo factory, which is often visited by Beluga aircraft.

In addition to this, MK Studios also modelled Ryanair’s maintenance centre.

The scenery can be purchased from the Orbx Direct store for €19,44. Read Oliver’s article to learn about MK Studios’ previous project, Girona Airport.

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Sevilla Airport is an international airport serving the town of Seville, in Western Andalusia. In 2019, it was Spain’s tenth busiest airport, with a passenger count of 7,544,473. The airport serves as a hub for low-cost carriers Ryanair and Vueling and links Seville to over 42 destinations. Examples include Casablanca, Athens and Bucharest. Moreover, Sevilla Airport is home to the San Pablo factory, a key manufacturing plant owned by Airbus.

Key Features

  • High-fidelity 3D modelling
  • Detailed, true-to-life apron and surrounding areas
  • Vibrant, hand-corrected orthoimagery
  • Custom DEM mesh
  • Full PBR texturing
  • Current ground layout (2022)
  • Realistic night lighting
  • Optimized as per Microsoft’s standards for Xbox and PC

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