ATTBEN Releases Kajaani Airport for MSFS

ATTBEN has recently released their rendition of Kajaani Airport (EFKI) for Microsoft Flight Simulator, serving the Kajaani town in the Finnish region of Kainu, with a yearly average of 85,200 passengers.

The airport was built in 1939, but the official opening only happened 17 years later because of World War 2 and its short-term economic consequences. 

It has been majorly domestic, with a healthy start followed by a decline in the 1980s as a direct consequence of the economic recession and airline industry deregulation. 

The 90s brought a “revival” with the popularization of low-cost carriers and the growth of the tourism industry in Finland.

A new - environmentally friendly - terminal was built in the early 1990s, designed to be energy-efficient and sustainable. It won the Finavia Airport of the Year the following year and went on to win again in 1999 and 2007.

Finnair serves it with a flight to Helsinki-Vantaa.

The scenery features an accurate rendition of the airport, with PBR materials, a detailed interior environment, custom baggage carts, custom clutter, a true-to-life runway profile and elevation, custom night lighting, and performance-friendly optimization.

It’s available on SimMarket for roughly $11.72, requiring at least 1.81 GB of free hard disk space.

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