Scenery developer Digital Design is to release Salzburg Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator in a few weeks, according to Evgeny Baturin in their Facebook group.
The airport is located in Austria and is the second-largest in the country, with a single 2.75 km runway and a range of airlines operating seasonal flights to Europe.
Digital Design has stressed that the MSFS version of this airport includes a large update of most models and textures that make use of the technologies in the new simulator.
In the comments of the same post, Baturin added there will be an updated ground layout, as well as confirming a discount for owners of the Prepar3D version.
The same developer released Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport for X-Plane 11 earlier this month; more details about this airport available in this article.
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