Two months after launching their first airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator (Reno-Tahoe Intl), Pacific Islands Simulation returned this month a new US airport, this time in the state of Ohio. Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport (KCLE), the main airport serving Greater Cleveland and the busiest in the entire state, is now available for MSFS.
Once again PacSim created a nicely detailed scenery, realistic and accurate to reflect the current real-world layout. For this purpose, the developers used color-corrected textures and added the new Taxiway A, while removing the older markings. Those familiar with the airport should be able to recognize these latest changes in this virtual scenery for MSFS.
Cleveland Hopkins offers non-stop passenger services to 54 destinations across the US and Canada, with an average of around 10 million passengers per year since the early 2000s.
Now that work has finished with KCLE, PacSim is already working on the pipeline of future projects, which are Incheon (RKSI), Taiwan (RCTP) and Salt Lake City Intl (KSLC).
As for Cleveland-Hopkins Intl, it’s now available from the developers’ website and will set you back $23.99.
– Accurate terminal building, concourses, hangars, towers, and airport layout;
– Color corrected runway and apron/tarmac textures reflecting real world (RW);
– Added new Taxiway A and removed old ones reflecting current RW taxiway layout;
– Color-corrected ground textures to reflect RW topography colors;
– Accurate custom buildings including NASA’s Glenn Research hangar northwest side of the field;
– PBR (2048×2 and 4096×2 res)
– Almost zero impact on FPS and stutter-free;
– Fully optimized for smooth simulation experience.