Sierrasim Simulation Releases Antonio Narino for MSFS2020

Sierrasim Simulation has today, after previewing the product twice within a seven day period, released their rendition of Antonio Narino Airport (SKPS) for the new Microsoft Flight Simulator. As mentioned in previous posts, current users of the Prepar3D and FSX versions of the scenery are eligible for a €6.80 upgrade fee.

Not only does the scenery features good optimization, but also a realistic night lighting, custom models, or photo-realistic textures. The complete feature list can be found below.

The first time the scenery development got mentioned was back on August 22nd. If you purchased the Prepar3D or FSX version of the scenery via the Sierrasim Simulation store, you will need to contact them in order to get a discount coupon.

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If you want to purchase the scenery, you can do so via the Sierrasim Simulation website for $15.33.

Antonio Narino Airport (SKPS) is a small airport serving the city of Pasto in Colombia. Annually, about 300 thousand passengers use the airport with routes to Bogota and Cali. Airlines such as Avianca and EasyFly operate previously mentioned routes.

Feature list

  • Textures and models based on aerial images
  • Photo-realistic textures for buildings, vehicles, etc.
  • Airport Objects
  • Good performance
  • Realistic night lighting

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