Sim-wings Releases La Palma Airport for MSFS

Sim-wings has recently taken to their Facebook page to officially announce the release of their rendition of La Palma Airport (GCLA), located in the Canary Islands, for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The scenery development was not mentioned prior to the release.

The scenery features animated jetways, accurate and dynamic night lighting, sloped runway and airport elevation profile, custom aerial imagery for the airport, intensive use of PBR materials, and up-to-date airport layout. The complete feature list can be found below in the article.

The scenery can be purchased through the Aerosoft website for a price of €16.75 with VAT excluded.

La Palma Airport (GCLA) is an international airport located on the island of La Palma in the Canary Islands. It operates a single runway and sees traffic from airlines such as Vueling, Iberia, Eurowings, easyJet, or TUI. The airport is located on the coast of the island.

Feature list

  • Highly detailed scenery of La Palma Airport, Canaries Islands
  • Terraforming to blend airport into default elevation model
  • Runway with real elevation profile (sloped)
  • Custom aerial photo for the airport, elaborate retouching and color-correction for a true display
  • Seamless transition to the default simulator landscape
  • Intensive use of PBR Materials to build realistic surface
  • Detailed taxi, ground lines and stands according to current maps
  • Animated jetways at two parkpositions
  • Many animated Objects, like Windturbines, Weatherstation and Windsocks
  • Weather and Time related Humans and parasols at and around the Terminal
  • Many static apron vehicles
  • Realistic night time dynamic lighting



Author: George

I've been a flight sim enthusiast for some time now, and I've always enjoyed flying to various destinations all over the world. My favourite airport is by far Corfu with its scenic and challenging approach. I founded FSNews in May 2019.

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