Aerosoft Releases Oslo Gardermoen Airport for MSFS

Aerosoft has recently launched its version of Oslo Gardermoen Airport (ENGM) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The airport serves the Norwegian capital of Oslo and is situated in the county of Akershus, approximately 47 kilometers from the city. As the biggest and busiest airport in Norway, it welcomes around 30 million passengers annually.

Oslo Gardermoen Airport was inaugurated in 1998 as a replacement for the old Oslo Fornebu Airport. The airport's location had been debated since the 1960s and five sites were proposed, with Hobøl initially being selected as the new main airport. However, the government was concerned that Hobøl was too centrally located concerning growth around Oslo, so Gardermoen was chosen instead. Construction of the new airport began, and since its opening, it has grown continuously while replacing Fornebu. Today, Oslo Airport has over 160 destinations, and many airlines fly to and from the airport. Norwegian Air Shuttle, Scandinavian Airlines, Widerøe, and Norse Atlantic Airways are the four airlines with their hubs in Oslo, while KLM, Air France, Qatar, Emirates, and many others provide a range of destinations. The airport is a hub for both commercial and cargo operations, handling over 240.000 aircraft movements every year.

Jo Erlend Sund developed the newly launched version of Oslo Gardermoen Airport, which includes many features such as a highly precise rendition of the airport, detailed models, high-resolution textures, an up-to-date layout, accurate terrain and runway profiles, a dynamic airport environment, custom aerial image, custom lighting, and more.

The add-on requires 5GB of storage space and is available on Aerosoft for approximately $22.36.

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