Developer Double T has released KSMF Sacramento International Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator. This virtual version of KSMF is the first payware release of this airport for MSFS and features a host of intricate and highly detailed features that are designed to enhance this scenery for simmers who usually fly to and from KSMF.
KSMF is a public airport located 10 miles northwest of downtown Sacramento. It is a hub for several airlines, including Southwest, and is the sixth-busiest airport in California. The airport serves more than 13 million passengers per year and plays an important role in the local economy.
Double T has been making airports from all over the world for MSFS, such as Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport that we featured a year ago. KSMF is now the twelfth MSFS airport from the developer, featuring hand-made and detailed PBR ground markings and textures that are designed to reflect the most recent situation at the airport.
In addition, this airport features a range of realistic terminals, cargo buildings, and other airport buildings, all of which are created using PBR materials. This gives the airport a realistic look and feel that should prove to be a significant upgrade over the default scenery!
To further enhance the realism of the airport, the taxiways, aprons, and runways have been sloped according to the real-world scenario. Double T also designed the lights in KSMF to be highly realistic and provide and immersive scenery when the sun goes down. This airport also features custom jetways.
Despite the promised highly detailed nature of the airport, the developer claims that it has been optimized for performance on most systems.
Double T’s rendition of Sacramento International Airport for MSFS is now available through Simmarket, priced at around $19.00.
- Hand made and detailed PBR ground markings and textures according to the most recent airport situation.
- Hand made, Realistic terminals, cargo buildings airport buildings using MSFS PBR materials.
- Realistic airport lighting.
- Taxiways, aprons, runways sloped using the native MSFS system
- Optimized for performance to be used on most types of systems.
- Custom jetways