FSDreamTeam Releases Houston Intercontinental Airport for MSFS

FSDreamTeam has recently released their rendition of George Bush Intercontinental Airport (KIAH) for Microsoft Flight Simulator, the 12th busiest airport in the United States with a yearly average of 41 million passengers.

Inaugurated in 1969, it quickly became Houston’s busiest airport, getting all the scheduled passenger traffic that once flew into William P. Hobby, which remained open but just for general aviation traffic. It wasn’t until 1971 with Southwest Airlines that William P. Hobby Airport would also offer commercial scheduled services again.

The airport has five terminals, 161 gates, and support for jumbo jets such as the A380 and the 747 (terminal D).

It’s a hub for United Airlines, offering multiple global destinations, truly an intercontinental operation. United Express, their regional branch, also provides a significant domestic route network. Spirit Airlines and American Airlines also serve Houston with many domestic destinations.

The scenery features an accurate rendition of the airport, with a realistic airport definition file, a customized GSX Pro integration, full dynamic lights, PBR texturing, Parallax shaders, the new terminal c modeled from scratch with full interiors, and more.

It’s available on FSDT’s website for roughly $9.99.

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