Microsoft Flight Simulator Twin Otter Gets Extensive Video; Catania & Spruce Creek Airports Released & Comodoro Rivadavia Announced


Third-party developers have released new Microsoft Flight Simulator add-ons, while the Twin Otter was showcased extensively in video.

Third-party developers have released new Microsoft Flight Simulator add-ons and features for existing ones, while the Twin Otter was showcased extensively in video.

Aerosoft’s de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter was at the center of a livestream by Twitch user BaxterChico, who provided an extensive look at both the wheeled and floats variants.

You can watch the full livestream here. Of course, the aircraft still isn’t complete, but it certainly looks very promising.

Next comes a clarification from Iris Simulation. The F22 Raptor they showcased yesterday will be simply called “Iris Advanced Tactical Fighter” as it lacks the official license from Lockheed Martin. We learn that it’ll be released in January.

Next, we hear from FlyByWire Simulations, which implemented a web interface for the MCDU of its A32NX Airbus A320 Neo mod.

At the moment, it’s available only for the development version, and it grants you the ability to have a remote MCDU on a web browser. This is very handy for tablet and touch screens, letting you program your flights in a much easier and more intuitive way. It even includes the option to print on your physical printer, to get those METARs on the fly.

You can read a detailed explanation of how to set it up on the developer’s website.

Two relevant airports have been released by a new developer who was previously active on the freeware scene, Barelli MSFS Addon.

Catania Fontanarossa Airport (LICC) in Italy and Spruce Creek Airport (7FL6) in the United States have been released and you can find them on Simmarket for approximately $21 and $28 plus applicable VAT respectively.

Below you can find two trailers showing what you can expect from each.

Last, but not least, Simulación Extrema announced General Enrique Mosconi International Airport (SAVC) in Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina.

It will be released in January and below you can find a couple of screenshots.

Recently, we published our latest interview with head of Microsoft Flight Simulator Jorg Neumann and we heard more about Microsoft’s plans for the next few months, including World Update Australia.

If you’d like to read more about Microsoft Flight Simulator add-ons, you can enjoy our recent reviews of Auckland International AirportSkiathos AirportAthens International AirportBergamo Orio al Serio AirportAmami AirportBristol AirportMarrakech Menara AirportGreat Britain CentralTehran Imam Khomeini Airport, Moscow Sheremetyevo AirportShanghai Pudong AirportKraków AirportFukuoka City & AirportFort Lauderdale Airport, Chongqing City & AirportManila AirportSantiago Airport, the Frankfurt City PackKey West Airportthe Okavango DeltaBali AirportLondon Oxford AirportBerlin Brandenburg Airport, the CRJ 550/700, the PA-28R Arrow IIIKristiansand Airport, Macau City & AirportBonaire Flamingo AirportMilano Linate Airport, the Singapore City PackTokyo Narita AirportYao Airport, the F-15 Eagle, the Paris City PackGreater Moncton AirportTweed New Haven AirportSantorini AirportSydney AirportHelsinki-Vantaa AirportReggio Calabria Airport, Bastia Poretta AirportMunich Airport, Paris Orly AirportNewcastle International AirportSankt Johann AirfieldDublin International Airport, and Seoul City Wow. We also have a beta preview of Singapore Changi airport.

If you want to learn more about the game itself, you can read our review that will tell you everything you need to know about Asobo Studio’s game.

Microsoft Flight Simulator is already available for Windows 10 and Steam, and Xbox Series X|S.

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