Verticalsim Announces Syracuse Hancock Airport for MSFS

Through social networks, Verticalsim has announced a new scenery he is working on for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Soon, we’ll be able to fly into Verticalsim’s Syracuse Hancock International Airport (KSYR) in Microsoft Flight Simulator.

The scenery is going to feature an accurate layout based on the most recent data from this year, custom taxi signage, or highly-detailed textures for the best immersion. What’s more, Verticalsim has fully recreated the interior of the terminal, rotunda overlook and the control tower in a 1:1 scale.

Unfortunately, Verticalsim shared only two previews of the scenery to date. You can view both below. Both of the previews are showcasing the terminal interior of the scenery.

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The Syracuse Hancock International Airport (KSYR) is an international and military airport located in the state of New York. The airport was built in 1927 and nowadays it covers an area of 2000 acres. The airport offers a wide range of flights throughout the entire country. Among the destinations, we can find Fort Lauderdale, Boston, Miami or even Denver.

The release date and price of the scenery are yet to be announced, but assuming we did not get any proper previews of the airport area yet, it is not likely to come anytime soon.

Verticalsim has recently taken down his freeware orthoimagery, VStates. If you want to learn more about that, you can read Patrik’s previous article on that topic by clicking here.

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