ShortFinal Design Previews SFO Definitive for XP11

ShortFinal Design’s recently announced rendition of San Francisco Definitive has got new preview screenshots published through the X-Plane.org forums, including some information about the development as well.

The San Francisco Definitive by ShortFinal Design, better known as MisterX, is a future rendition of San Francisco International Airport (KSFO) for X-Plane 11. It should replace their current freeware rendition of this airport.

The developer shared mainly external screenshots, which show hangars, the surrounding area and the terminal as well. The developer expects to release the scenery this year. However, no firm release date has been revealed yet.

If you are interested in learning more about this developer’s work, you can check out our other article here.

San Francisco International Airport is an international airport serving the second-largest city of California, San Francisco. It is the main hub for United Airlines. The airport offers flights to the entire American continent, it is an entrance to Asia and Europe as well.



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