iniBuilds Announces Detroit Metropolitan Airport for MSFS

November 21, 2022

iniBuilds has recently announced their newest project for Microsoft Flight Simulator: Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (KDTW). It’s Michigan’s busiest airport, with an average of 35 million passengers yearly, covering a massive domestic and international network, with Delta, Endeavor, and Spirit taking a chunk of the market share. 

According to the developers, the development of DTW took their scenery development to the next level, with a high degree of accuracy. It features custom jetways, GSE and taxi signs, high-quality textures, an animated train in the McNamara terminal, fully animated Laminar fountain, and deicing statics. “As part of our commitment to our customers earlier in the year, with each scenery we release, we want to push the boundaries in the features we are providing” says the developer.

They have also previewed an iniManager feature that will allow customers to customize their sceneries to their liking, such as static aircraft, people, and winter equipment. It will also be made available for their KLAX and EGLL.

There is no information on release date or pricing yet. Stay tuned to Threshold for more flight simulation news!

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