Warsaw Chopin Airport is now available for MSFS

Fly 2 High is out with a new airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The creatively-named developer has now released Warsaw’s Chopin Airport (EPWA), the main international airport serving the capital city of Poland and the busiest in the country.

With nearly 19 million passengers served in 2019, Chopin Airport is an important aviation hub for LOT Poland Airlines, as well as a base for Enter Air and Wizz Air. It’s supported by Modlin Airport, which is mainly used by Ryanair, liberating Chopin Airport for the flag carrier and other airlines.

Passengers from all over Europe arrive at Chopin Airport, with the most important international connections being to London, Kyiv, Frankfurt, Paris, and Amsterdam. Obviously, domestic flights are also common to cities such as Kraków, Wrocław, and Gdańsk.

Warsaw’s world-famous composer, Frédéric Chopin, gave his name to this airport in 2001. However, still to this day, the airport is still known by the name of the neighborhood where it’s located, Okęcie.

This location is pretty underwhelming in the default MSFS scenery, so this new release from Fly 2 High is definitely a welcome addition to the sim. The developer promises a highly detailed rendition of EPWA, with realistic 3D models and PBR textures, improved terraforming, custom aerial imagery, and more. A nice bonus is the inclusion of the Aerosoft VDGS System.

Fly 2 High’s Warsaw Chopin Airport is out now for MSFS through Simmarket, where it’s available at around €20.00.

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  • Working VDGS Docking Systems with Aerosoft VDGS Modules
  • Highly detailed Warsaw Chopin Airport (EPWA) scenery
  • Terraforming for a realistic representation of the airport terrain PBR materials to build realistic glass and surfaces
  • Custom aerial photo for the airport 
  • Detailed animated jetway models
  • Many custom static vehicles and objects