AuraScenery Releases Scotland’s Aberdeen International Airport for MSFS

AuraScenery, a relative newcomer to the flight simulation developer scene, has released a new airport for MSFS users. This one is especially tailored for Scottish simmers, as it renders one of the country’s largest airports, Aberdeen International Airport.

Located just seven miles from the city center, Aberdeen Airport (EGPD) serves as a gateway to the enchanting landscapes of northeastern Scotland. It offers a blend of modern facilities and scenic beauty, promising to be the starting point of an adventure into the heart of Scotland.

With its strategic location, the airport connects travelers to major cities across the United Kingdom, Europe, and even select destinations worldwide. This extensive network includes flights to London, Amsterdam, Paris, and Frankfurt, among others, making it a hub of activity for both real-world and virtual aviators.

AuraScenery’s rendition of Aberdeen Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator features over 100 meticulously detailed buildings, high-quality apron textures, and realistic night lighting that brings the virtual scenery to life.

The trailer video looks quite impressive. Externally, the airport appears very detailed and realistic. However, there is no sign of interior modeling, which means looking into the opaque facades may not offer the same level of immersion as other modern sceneries.

Nevertheless, if airport interiors are not a major concern, this rendition of EGPD seems like a solid addition to any simmer’s collection. It is available now from the iniBuilds store, priced at £11.49 GBP.

Key Features:

  • More than 100 detailed buildings
  • High quality apron textures
  • Detailed landscaping
  • Realistic night lighting
  • Custom ground materials
  • Highly optimized models
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