Axonos Releases Their Roadmap for 2021

April 29, 2021

Axonos has released their 2021 roadmap, which revealed a suite of new products and the announcement of a new partnership with Prealsoft.

They announced eight new airports to be coming to X-Plane over the course of 2021. These new airports range from sunny Doha Hamad International to Scotland's largest city, Glasgow.

  • KPSP Palm Springs International airport 
  • YBCG Gold Coast Airport
  • NZQN Queenstown Airport 
  • LPPD João Paulo II Airport ( Part of São Miguel Island package) 
  • YMML Melbourne Airport
  • KLGA LaGuardia Airport
  • EGPF Glasgow Airport
  • OTHH Hamad International Airport

Furthermore, five more sceneries have been announced for Microsoft Flight Simulator, the first one will be Perth as seen in a previous article. Alongside Perth, we can expect the following to come later this year:

  • YPPH Perth International Airport
  • KMEM Memphis International Airport
  • KJAC Jackson Hole Airport
  • KPSP Palm Springs International Airport
  • YBCG Gold Coast Airport

"We would like to note that every product announced are planned to be released sometime this year but we cannot predict the development hurdles that might come our way (Hopefully none)," states the developer.

"Furthermore we would not provide further development updates until the project is coming up for release, normally around 3-2 weeks before release day."

The partnership with Prealsoft should see landmark packages for Casablanca, Paris and Gold Coast City for X-Plane 11; the latter of which is planned for MSFS also.

Alongside Prealsoft, Star Atlas – a scenery developer located in China and working on airports in the respective country – is listed as a partner with Axonos.

It is unclear in this announcement what role they will play in the development of Axonos' sceneries, however.

The roadmap can be found on the threshold forums and on their discord, where users can keep up to date on previews and releases.

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