MFSG Releases Aomori Airport for MSFS

MFSG has recently released their rendition of Aomori Airport (RJSA) for Microsoft Flight Simulator, serving the Aomori Prefecture in Japan with a yearly average of 992.000 passengers. 

The original airport dates back to the early 60s, but geographic limitations of the existing site led to a position shift in the late 1980s. A small part of the old airport is still within the premises of the new one. It first featured a 2000x60 meter runway, which was extended to 2,500 meters in 1990. 

The runway underwent further extension work in 2005, from 2,500 to 3,000 meters. The ILS equipment was also upgraded to handle Cat-3a fog conditions, which are common around the area.

The terminal building was recently renovated, with increased capacity for international customers, a praying area for Muslims, and aesthetic changes.

ANA Wings, Fuji Dream Airlines, J-Air, Japan Airlines, and Korean Airlines serve it.

The scenery features an accurate rendition of the airport, with an up-to-date layout, custom jetways, custom groundpoly, AI-traffic compatibility, and performance-friendly optimization.

It’s available on SimMarket for roughly $12.86, requiring at least 33.29 MB of free hard disk space to install.

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