WF Scenery Studios Releases Shanghai Pudong Airport for MSFS

Released only four days after the initial development announcement, the Shanghai Pudong Airport (ZSPD) rendition for Microsoft Flight Simulator from WF Scenery Studios is an improved conversion of the Prepar3D variant of the scenery.

The scenery offers PBR textures for the best immersion, animated jetways for better realism and overall experience, accurate ground markings and airport layout, or animated Maglev Train travelling around the airport with passengers, for example. The feature list is very similar to the one Prepar3D variant of the scenery has.

The scenery can be purchased through SimMarket for €23.90 with taxes excluded.

This is the first scenery released after suspending the development of new sceneries earlier this year. WF Scenery Studio no longer intends on developing new sceneries, and want to rather focus on updating current sceneries and converting their portfolio from Prepar3D to Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Shanghai Pudong International Airport (ZSPD) is one of the two international airports in Shanghai, the largest city in China by population. The airport has four active runways and serves as a hub for many major passenger and cargo airlines such as Air China, China Eastern Airlines, or Juneyao Airlines as well as FedEx, DHL, and UPS. Annually, over 76 million passengers visit the airport.

Feature list

  • PBR Textures
  • Animated Jetways
  • Dynamic Lights
  • Manually planed viecles in airport
  • Real Ground Markings
  • Animated Maglev Train

Author: George

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