ShortFinal Design, also known as MisterX, responsible for a wide range of X-Plane 11 sceneries, such as Munich, Phoenix or Boston, has announced their work on an updated version of their San Francisco International Airport (KSFO) for X-Plane 11.
San Francisco International Airport is an international airport located near San Francisco, California. It is the second busiest airport in California after Los Angeles. The airport is served mainly by United Airlines, Southwest, American or Delta. There is a wide range of routes across the entire world as well, it serves routes to Amsterdam, New York, London, Toronto or even Sydney and Dubai.
The announcement took place at their Facebook page, in which the developer talked about the revisiting this scenery after seven years of initial release. This is going to be a payware project and it will bring a huge overhaul of the older, freeware version.
In the previews, the developer mainly showed the external model of the airport. Namely the tower, terminal and hangars.
The developer, however, hasn’t stated anything about the release as of yet, nor mentioned the price tag of the scenery and the features of the rendition.