Northern Sky Studios, the talented team that has created some impressive scenery add-ons for Hawaii in MSFS, has now turned to a more chilling US state with their newest airport. Seward Airport, in Alaska, is the latest to get the attention of the developers, resulting in yet another very impressive and charming location to explore in Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Seward Airport (PAWD) is located in the Kenai Peninsula, in Alaska, about 80 miles south of Anchorage. With two paved runways, one 4.240 feet long and a smaller one at 2.279 feet, there’s plenty of space for a variety of airplanes, which you can choose to explore the striking landscapes of Alaska.
Bush flyers will feel right at home in Seward. Alaska features the kind of geography that is beloved by the most adventurous pilots, so having a nicely detailed airport in these premises, ready to welcome your bush plane and serve as a base for some bush flights around the state, is a very welcome new addition to the simulator.
Seward Airport was Northern Sky Studio’s first scenery for flight simulation, first launched in 2015. Now, 7 years later, the developer brings this scenery to MSFS, the most modern platform currently available, with an authentic re-creation of the airport and its features. Here you will find a very accurate scenery, with realistic buildings and vehicles, custom aerial imagery, high-resolution textures, and more, aiming to create an accurate virtual version of Seward Airport for MSFS.
PAWD Seward Airport is now available for MSFS, priced at around $14.00 through Orbx Direct.
- The most detailed replica of airport buildings and vehicles
- Custom surroundings
- Hand placed autogen buildings
- All materials created for full PBR
- Shading and occlusion (texture baking) effects on all airport buildings
- High-resolution building textures
- Use of native, highly efficient gITF models
- Custom orthophoto for the airport and surrounding areas