WingSim Releases Las Brujas Airport for MSFS

May 23, 2023

WingSim has recently released their rendition of Las Brujas Airport (SKCZ) for Microsoft Flight Simulator, serving the city of Corozal in Colombia with a yearly average of 46,100 passengers.

It was built on the immediacy of a witch-burning site from the Inquisition days, commonly referred to as “Las Brujas,” meaning “The Witches,” hence the airport’s name.

The airport was inaugurated in July 1939, with a SCADTA (current Avianca) Sikorsky S-38 being the first airplane to land on Las Brujas. 

It was recently modernized by its operator, the Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste, expanding the passenger terminal, extending the runway, constructing a cargo terminal, adding a covered walkway for passengers, improving the sanitary infrastructure, and repaving the apron, along with other minor changes and improvements.

It’s served by EasyFly and Satena, flying to Medellín-Olaya Herrera and Bogotá, respectively. 

The scenery features an accurate rendition of the airport, with a 3D model of the passenger terminal, custom ground markings, a true-to-life taxiway layout, custom ground clutter, and custom night lighting. 

It’s available on SimMarket for roughly $7.58, requiring at least 276.52 MB of free hard disk space to install.

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