Aerosoft Previews Oslo Gardermoen Airport for MSFS

Jo Erlend has recently submitted another batch of screenshots showcasing the progress on the Oslo Gardermoen Airport (ENGM) rendition for Microsoft Flight Simulator, the busiest airport in Norway with 30 million passengers yearly. 

Oslo Gardermoen is the main airport serving Oslo. It is located approximately 47 kilometers northeast of the city center and opened in 1998 to replace the outdated Fornebu Airport, which had been operating since 1939. It was built to modernize and expand Norway’s airport infrastructure and improve accessibility to the capital city, quickly becoming the Main hub for domestic and international travel in the Country. 

The new previews were taken while Jo adjusted the AI traffic logic, which could denote its closeness to rollout. However, he says there’s still some back and forth between him and his initial group of testers with feedback being gathered, and it’s soon to reach a larger group of testers for that final bug squashing. 

There’s no information on the pricing or a release date yet, but Threshold will keep you updated!

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