8.6.2024 – 19:20z

Nairobi Airport for MSFS Announced by iniBuilds

iniBuilds recently announced on its forum that they will release Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator as their next scenery soon. This airport serves as a gateway to East Africa and is one of the busiest in Africa, connecting the continent to the rest of the world. The scenery contains a highly accurate representation of the real airport and its surroundings.

iniBuilds Nairobi Airport

iniBuilds mentions that the scenery will feature hand-made ground textures for runways, aprons, paths, and roads, giving them crisp detail. Inside the terminal building, there are various pictures showcasing that the product will also feature the local flora and fauna of Kenya, including an elephant. Additionally, iniBuilds will include detailed waiting areas and parking areas.

The scenery will also feature high-quality hangars, such as the Emirates Sky Cargo hangar. Users will have the opportunity to customize their scenery, and iniBuilds has used Level of Detail (LOD) optimization for every model. The latest MSFS SDK features will also be used to ensure that the best optimization and performance for every system will be achieved.

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Accurately modeled and positioned dynamic airport lighting and a GSX Pro profile will also be included. The preview pictures showcase that the product will also have custom-placed cars and people, as well as a highly detailed tower and terminal 2 exterior model.

About Nairobi Airport

Nairobi Airport, also known as Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (ICAO: HKJK, IATA: NBO), is one of the largest airports in Africa. Its operations began in March 1958. The airport is located 19 kilometers southeast of Nairobi’s central business district, consisting of two terminals and one main terminal divided into four parts. It offers flights to over 50 countries, and almost all major carrier airlines operate there, including several cargo airlines. Nairobi’s main export is roses, which are flown to many European destinations.

iniBuilds’ Nairobi Airport is still in development and is expected to be released soon. Neither a release date nor a price point has been revealed. If you want to know more about busy airports in Africa, take a look at this article about Cape Town for MSFS. FSNews will keep you updated on more iniBuilds development.

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