Sierrasim Simulation Releases Guayaquil (SEGU) for MSFS

Sierrasim Simulation has today, after previewing the scenery more than once in the past month, released their rendition of Guayaquil Airport (SEGU) for the Microsoft Flight Simulator. This is already the third scenery released by Sierrasim Simulation for the new simulator.

As promised in previous posts, the scenery features PBR implementation, realistic night lighting, good optimization, and emblematic buildings in the city of Guayaquil and the airport surroundings.

On the screenshots below you can see both the airport area and the emblematic buildings of the city mentioned in the feature list.

There is a discount available for existing users of other variants of the scenery. If you already have the Prepar3D or FSX variant of the scenery, you are eligible for an €6.80 upgrade fee. If you purchased previously mentioned sceneries through SimMarket, the discount will be applied automatically to your account, however, if you purchased the sceneries through Sierrasim Simulation website, you need to contact them through email at –

If you want to purchase the scenery, you can do so through the Sierrasim Simulation website for €11.95.

Serving Guayaquil, the second-most populous city in Ecuador, the Guayaquil Airport is the second busiest airport in Ecuador. It is served by many international airlines such as Air Europa, KLM, American Airlines, JetBlue, or Avianca with routes not only to South America but North America and Europe as well.

Feature list

  • Emblematic buildings of the city of Guayaquil and airport surroundings
  • Asphalt Textures and PBR Buildings
  • Airport objects
  • Optimized for good performance.
  • Realistic lights
  • Cargo Buildings and Air Base

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