Flight Sim Development Group (FSDG) often goes off the beaten path, releasing airports in less known areas for the typical flight simmer, thus bringing attention to new regions of the world that might be of interest. We’ve seen FSDG exploring this idea with MSFS airports such as Hewanorra International Airport, in the Caribbean, Seychelles, Rhodes, and more. Now, the team has turned its sights on the African continent and released this week two brand new airports: Enfidha-Hammamet International Airport (DTNH), in Tunisia, and Kotoka International Airport (DGAA), in Ghana.
These are two of the most modern airports in Africa. Kotoka Airport is located in the capital city of Ghana, Accra, and is the only international airport in the country. It has been named the best airport in Africa for three consecutive years, for airports serving between 2 and 5 million passengers per year.
As for Enfidha–Hammamet Airport, it’s the second most important in Tunisia, serving mostly European airlines that bring thousands of tourists to visit the famous Tunisian holiday resorts.
FSDG promises an accurate and up-to-date rendition of both of these airports for Microsoft Flight Simulator, respecting their current state. Kotoka gets some unique features, such as interior modeling with 3D people and animated jetways, but they both seem quite detailed from the outside.
Both packages also include static aircraft for increased realism, and FSDG promises that they are well optimized, providing a good balance between performance and visual quality.
If you haven’t visited Africa much in Microsoft Flight Simulator, one or both of these airports may draw your attention to this stunning continent, which is filled with unique landscapes that simply cannot be found anywhere else in the world. It really deserves some attention from flyers and having two bespoke airports to start or end some flights in this continent will surely be appreciated by these adventurous simmers.