Northern Sky Studio Releases Petersburg Airport for MSFS
Northern Sky Studio has recently released their rendition of Petersburg James A. Johnson Airport (PAPG) for Microsoft Flight Simulator, serving the Alaskan city of Petersburg with a yearly average of 13,042 passengers.
It was built in 1947 as a seaplane base for the US Army, converted to a land airport five years later, and named after a local businessman and politician.
It’s served by Alaska Airlines (Juneau, Wrangell) and Alaska Seaplanes (Juneau, Kake, Sitka, Wrangell), with Juneau being the busiest destination as of 2015-2016.
The scenery features an accurate rendition of the airport, with an up-to-date ground layout, PBR materials, high-resolution building textures, custom orthophoto for the airport and surroundings, and more.
It’s available on SimMarket for roughly $11.78, requiring at least 2.57 GB of free hard disk space to install.
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