Sierrasim Simulation Releases Two New Sceneries for MSFS

Sierrasim Simulation, a multi-platform scenery developer, has recently released two new airport sceneries for the Microsoft Flight Simulator. Having a three-day separation between the releases, the first scenery covers the airport of Olaya Herrera (SKMD) in Medellín, Colombia, while the second covers the airport of Jorge Isaacs (SKLM), as well in Colombia.

Both sceneries were converted to the new platform from Prepar3D and Flight Simulator X.

SKMD – Olaya Herrera Airport

Released first, the scenery offers orthoimagery for both, the airport and the nearby city, small details present throughout the airport, important landmarks around the city of Medellin, or accurately sloped runway.

The landmarks that are present in the scenery are, for example, Atnasio Girardot Stadium, Coltejer Building, or Alpujarra Buildings. The scenery can be purchased through SimMarket for €10 with VAT excluded.

Feature list (SKMD)

  • Aerial images of the environment
  • Airport model details
  • Adjacent buildings
  • Emblematic buildings of the Medellin city  (Atanasio Girardot Stadium, EPM building, Coltejer Building, Alpujarra Buildings, Bancolombia Building)
  • Sloped  runway
  • Airport hangars

SKLM – Jorge Isaacs Airport

Having a very similar feature list to the previously mentioned scenery, the recently released scenery of Jorge Isaacs Airport (SKLM) features custom aerial imagery, PBR textures throughout the scenery, custom 3D vegetation, or custom night lighting.

The scenery can be as well purchased through SimMarket for a decent price of €5 with VAT excluded.

feature list (SKLM)

  • Photo-realistic ground textures based on aerial images
  • PBR textures
  • Photo-realistic textures for buildings, vehicles, etc.
  • Airport Objects
  • Optimized for good performance
  • 3D grass
  • Custom Lighting


Author: George

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