RegDesigns may be a new player in town, but the studio’s airports for MSFS have proven to be high-quality renditions of their real-world counterparts. The latest addition to the team’s portfolio in MSFS is CZBA Burlington Airpark, a small privately-owned GA airport in Ontario, Canada.
CZBA is one of the busiest general aviation airports in Canada, with dozens of movements every day, a number that is expected to increase with the possible closure of Buttonville Municipal Airport.
RedDesigns have shown good attention to detail and a high-quality standard when it comes to their scenery creations, and CZBA is no exception. It seems to be a beautifully rendered airport, with high-quality buildings, objects and textures.
The developers promise that this is the most accurate version of CZBA ever created for a flight simulator. From the precise representation of the current state of the airport, to the implementation of correct runway elevation and profile, to the hundreds of hand-placed objects throughout the scenery, RedDesigns is sparing no effort to release a truly impressive rendition of this airport.
Make sure to check the great product images to get an idea of what to expect from this scenery. If you’re looking to explore Ontario in MSFS this would be a great option to have as a base. But RedDesigns have two other airports in Southern Ontario that you may want to check out: Guelph (CNC4) and Waterloo (CYKF).
CZBA – Burlington Executive Airport is now available from Simmarket for around $15, and should also be coming to the MSFS Marketplace soon.