Verticalsim Releases Myrtle Beach for MSFS

Verticalsim has today released their rendition of Myrtle Beach Airport (KMYR) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The release was announced by the developer through their Facebook page.

The airport is located in the state of South Carolina, where it mainly serves the Myrtle Beach district. The airport was established on a military base in 1948. Passengers can fly to many destinations across the United States, such as Dallas, St. Louis, Fort Wayne or even New York.

The developer included HDR lighting, 4K PBR textures, as well as custom jetways. Moreover, the airport features the latest airport layout and accurate taxi signs. Lastly, the scenery also offers some hotels modelled in the surrounding area.

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  • 2022 Airport Layout w\proper taxi signage
  • HDR lighting
  • Some hotels modelled (such as the Crown Reef Resort)
  • 4k Textures with PBR
  • Custom Jetways

If you’d like to learn more about Verticalsim, you can read our other article here. To get this scenery, visit the Verticalsim website, where you can get it for approximately €12.04.

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