Oceania is getting some love these days from MSFS developers. After yesterday’s announcement from Orbx that New Zealand was getting improved elevation data in Flight Simulator, today we see another developer, Axonos, releasing their first airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator: Perth International Airport (YPPH), in Australia.
Perth is the biggest city in Western Australia, the 4th in the whole country, and its airport serves many destinations all over the world, with an average of nearly 14 million passengers over the last 10 years.
Axonos is bringing their expertise with this airport to MSFS, after having previously released it in X-Plane. However, this version for Flight Simulator was built from the ground up as a completely native recreation in the new sim, thus employing all the latest technologies made available in MSFS. Therefore, you will find 4K textures all around the airport, as well as the use of PBR textures and accurate buildings and static aircraft.
Besides Perth’s airport, Axonos also took the care to include notable landmarks around the city, enhancing any approach and departure from the airport. As you can see, a comprehensive package that will surely please those who like to fly in the region.
Perth International Airport (YPPH) is now available.