WingSim Releases Las Brujas Airport for MSFS

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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