Aerosoft has continued to expand into the world of Microsoft Flight Simulator with the release of Trondheim-Vaernes.
The airport has long been available for other platforms including X-Plane 11 and Prepar3D, but the addition of the airport in Flight Simulator allows flights into and out of a payware rendition of Norway’s fourth-busiest airport.
“The airport’s realistic replica with detailed models of the terminal and other buildings now brings the Norwegian area steeped in history to life in the Microsoft Flight Simulator,” reads the product page.
“Photorealistic building and ground textures as well as numerous lightings and striking landmarks let the airport and its surroundings appear close to reality.”
A features list is given as follows:
The airport is available for US $14.99 or ~€12.57 (excl. VAT) from Aerosoft’s online store.
Aerosoft have been very busy with Flight Simulator with the release of St. Tropez last week, publishing previews of German Islands Vol. 1, and are looking to bring their CRJ and Twin Otter over to the platform.
Paderborn was also released for free near the end of August and Brussels Airport is to also makes its way to Microsoft Flight Simulator.
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