Dreamflight Studios Announces Mexico City (MMMX) for X-Plane

Keizo Ono
Thursday, July 25, 2019

ESP scenery developer Dreamflight Studios has announced their first airport for X-Plane, Mexico City International Airport. Announced in a short Facebook post, both pictures of the airport and surrounding metropolis area were shown.

Mexico City International Airport is the biggest airport in Latin America, handling millions of passengers every year. The rendition by Dreamflight Studios will be the first payware version of Mexico City for X-Plane.

Dreamflight Studios isn't the only scenery developer in the region however, as Latin America is gaining more attention from payware developers. Fellow scenery developer FSimStudios (in partnership with Windsock Simulations) recently released Tocumen International Airport (MPTO), and also announced the development of Cancun Airport (MMUN) for X-Plane.

Threshold will make sure to keep you up to date on Dreamflight Studios' first X-Plane scenery. To view the original announcement on Facebook, click here.

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