XWind Studios Announces Palmerston North Airport for MSFS

Through iniBuild’s forum page, Ablai from XWind Studios announced ongoing development on an upcoming rendition of Palmerston North Airport (NZPM) for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

About Palmerston North Airport

Palmerston North Airport (NZPM) is a domestic airport located in New Zealand’s Manawatū-Whanganui region, serving the city of Palmerston North. The airport features two runways (1,900m asphalt and 600m grass) and is mainly frequented by Air New Zealand ATR 72s and Bombardier Dash 8 Q300s. Destinations from Palmerston North include Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington.

XWind Studios’ Palmerston North Rendition

The developer exclaimed that their rendition will feature a ground poly based on the airport’s latest layout. Additionally, this rendition will utilise stunning PBR textures, presented in 4K resolution. Finally, the scenery will include custom vehicles and artifacts, faithfully modelled exterior buildings, and an intricately detailed terminal interior.

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Features List

  • Detailed and accurate to life terminal interior.
  • 4K, PBR textures.
  • Custom vehicles and objects.
  • High quality 2023 based ground poly.

Release Date and Pricing

Unfortunately, XWind Studios did not disclose neither pricing nor release date details for their upcoming product. Nevertheless, the developer enthusiastically stated that the beta build of the scenery is approaching its final stages, and the release of the scenery will follow shortly after.

To learn more about XWind Studios, read Nick’s article on their latest Dunedin Airport release.

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