TropicalSim Releases Robert L. Bradshaw Airport for MSFS

TropicalSim has recently released their rendition of Robert L. Bradshaw Airport (TKPK) for Microsoft Flight Simulator, serving the city of Basseterre on the island of Saint Kitts in the West Indies.

The airport was built in the 1940s as an airfield to serve the needs of the Royal Air Force during World War II. After the war, it was turned over to the local government and became a civilian airport. Over the years, the airport underwent several upgrades and expansions, including the construction of a new terminal building in the 1990s and a major renovation between 2004-2006, at the cost of 17 million USD.

With a yearly average of 400,000 passengers, St. Kitts Airport is served by ten airlines: Air Canada Rouge, Air Sunshine, American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, InterCaribbean Airways, Silver Airways, Sky High, Trans Anguilla Airways, and United Airlines. Interestingly, the American Airlines service between St. Kitts and Miami/New York has been going on since 1979. 

The scenery features a high-detail rendition of the airport, with full night illumination, native MSFS dynamic lighting, seamless integration with the default scenery, full use of the SDK, up-to-date ground layout, custom ground markings, terminal interior, and 3D passengers.

It’s available on SimMarket for roughly $15.78, requiring at least 1.36 GB of free hard disk space to install.

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