Scenery developer Dreamflight Studios have announced their first scenery to be made in Microsoft Flight Simulator. The airport in question, Daniel Oduber Quirós International is also known as Liberia airport (MRLB), which first opened in 1995.
The airport is an international airport located 11 kilometres southwest of the city of Liberia, in Guanacaste Province, Costa Rica.
MRLB mainly serves as a hub for tourists looking to visit the pacific coast and western Costa Rica. The airport features a singular runway 9000 feet in length and regularly sees traffic from multiple carriers, including Air Canada Rouge, Air Transat, American Airlines, Copa Airlines, and many other airlines. Libera airport saw 1,125,170 passengers pass through its doors in 2018.
Dreamflight hasn’t provided much information in their initial announcement post, though they did confirm some exciting news. According to the developer, the release of Libera International is expected this weekend, while no further information about pricing or potential discounts for previous owners of the scenery were mentioned, we’ll be keeping an eye on it.
While no additional previews were shown other than those shown in the article, you can see their original post on the developers’ Facebook page.
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