Orbx Previews Stockholm Bromma Airport for MSFS

Orbx have at taken to their own forums to preview another project of renowned developer, Marcus Nyberg: Stockholm Bromma Airport (ESSB) for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Developed in collaboration with the management at Bromma Airport, the scenery is highly detailed in 4K resolution, with comprehensive PBR textures of not only the airport, but Stockholm City, complete with over one hundred points of interest.

The airport itself is an accurate representation of Stockholm Bromma, that also includes the old hanger area which is now a shopping centre, all represented with 3D textures and modelling. Also features a sloped runway.

No release date, or pricing, have been made known.

Located just over 7km from downtown Stockholm, Bromma Airport is a European domestic airport, serving airlines such as Air Leap, AirGotland, and Finnair. It is Sweden’s third busiest airport.

Proposed Features

  • Bromma Airport in exquisitely detailed 4K depiction
  • High-detailed 4K textures, with a majority featuring PBR and normal maps.
  • Stockholm City with 100+ incredible POI’s, giving a lot to explore
  • Beautiful hand-coloured custom aerial imagery for the entire Stockholm city area
  • Sloped runway
  • Stunning representation of the airport surroundings  with an incredible amount of detail, including the old hangar area that now serves as a shopping centre
  • Developed in collaboration with Bromma Airport management
  • Incredibly detailed 3D modelling and texturing

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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