SuperSonic Releases Brindisi Airport for MSFS
SuperSonic has recently released their rendition of Brindisi Papola Casale Airport (LIBR) for Microsoft Flight Simulator, the 20th busiest airport in Italy with a yearly average of 3 million passengers.
Built as a military airbase in the 1920s, commercial traffic only started a decade and a half later with Ala Littoria, a government-owned airline based in Rome. It collapsed after World War 2, becoming the now-defunct Alitalia.
The airport retained its military status until 2008, despite maintaining its military facilities to this day, although referred to by a different name: Military Airport Orazio Pierozzi. The civil name (Papola Casale) was given after Antonio Papola, a deceased Italian aviator with tight bonds to the city.
The airport is served by many airlines during the summer season, with Ryanair, AlbaStar, easyJet, Eurowings, ITA Airways, Swiss, and WizzAir being the few to offer routes all year long. The seasonal visitors’ list includes Aer Lingus, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Volotea, and Vueling.
The scenery features an accurate rendition of the airport, with custom aerial imagery, a highly-detailed terminal building with its interior, custom landside, custom ground textures, PBR textures, custom night lighting, and performance-friendly optimization.
It’s available on SimMarket for roughly $10.66, requiring at least 928.44 MB of free hard disk space to install.
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