Fly 2 High, a new development studio dedicated to Microsoft Flight Simulator, has released Fresno Yosemite International Airport (KFAT) for the platform. The joint public/military airport is now available in a custom rendition from the team, offering a significant upgrade over the default scenery.
KFAT is well located in Fresno, California, near three major national parks: Yosemite, Sequoia, and Kings Canyon. It is, therefore, a great starting point for simmers looking to explore some of America’s most iconic landscapes, either aboard a small plane, an airliner, or a fast military jet.
The Fresno Air National Guard base is located in the southeast corner of the airport, home to the 144th Fighter Wing and its squadron of F-15s, which makes this the perfect base if you have the DC Designs’ version of the aircraft for MSFS.
Besides a military base, KFAT also handles civilian flights, connecting to other major cities in the United States and to Mexico as well. SkyWest has a major base here, but mainline operators also run scheduled flights, such as United Express to Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Dever, or American Airlines to Chicago and Phoenix, among others.
Fly 2 High saw here an opportunity to bring to MSFS simmers an important airport in California. Hence, they set out to work on a detailed virtual version of KFAT, with realistic 3D modeling, high-resolution textures, custom jetways, accurate ground layout and markings, and more.
Watch the trailer video below to have an idea of what to expect from this package. It looks quite decent indeed, and at just around $17 it’s not too expensive either.
Fly 2 High’s Fresno Yosemite International Airport for MSFS is available now through Simmarket.
- Highly detailed models with high resolution textures
- Custom jetways
- Up to date runway, taxiway, apron and stands layout
- Custom and accurate taxiway signage
- Accurate terrain elevation and runway profiles
- Realistic night time dynamic lighting
- Terminal interior for national and international terminal
- Animation Human