UK2000 Releases Cardiff Airport for MSFS

Scenery developer UK2000 took to their Facebook page to release their Cardiff Aiport (EGFF) rendition for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Firstly, PBR texturing is thoroughly present throughout the airport. The apron consists of high-resolution ground imagery and true to life ground markings.

Similarly, UK2000 revised the mesh, which gives the airport’s runway a true-to-life slope. Additionally, the scenery offers custom night lighting and effects, allowing users to fly to and from the airport during the night.

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Other notable features include custom made animated jetways, GA static aircraft, animated artefacts and internal tower and pier modelling.

Cardiff Airport is located several miles west of the city centre of the Welsh capital. It is Wales’ busiest airport, with an impressive passenger flow of 1.66 million in 2019. The airport mainly serves holiday destinations. For example, these include Tenerife, Dublin or even Alicante. Most operations are done by low-cost and charter airlines such as Ryanair and TUI.

If you are interested, you can buy the addon from UK2000’s website for an approx price of 17.80 EUR (or £14.99). Please do note that the UK2000 Commons Library is required for the scenery to work. This is provided free of charge.

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Key Features

  • Full detail Buildings
  • Realistic Ground Markings
  • Hi Res ground image
  • Stunning Night Effects
  • High details Airport Vehicles
  • Excellent Frame Rates
  • Full set of signs
  • Fencing
  • GA Static Aircraft
  • Vegatation
  • PBR Materials
  • Animated ‘WigWags’
  • Animated Radar
  • Internal Tower details
  • Internal Pier details
  • Animates Jetways

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