WingSim Releases Santiago Pérez Quiroz Airport for MSFS

WingSim has recently released their rendition of Santiago Pérez Quiroz Airport (SKUC) for Microsoft Flight Simulator, serving the city of Arauca in Colombia with a yearly average of 130,000 passengers as of 2014.

Built in 1979 and named after Santiago Pérez Quiroz, a Colombian military officer and politician who governed the district of Arauca in the early 20th century, it has undergone many renovations over the years to improve its facilities and services. It currently plays an important role in the region's economic development by linking it to commercial hubs in the country.

Sitting just 2 kilometers south of the border with Venezuela, the airport is currently one of the most important in eastern Colombia, served by three different airlines: EasyFly (Bucamaranga), Satena (Bogotá, Bucamaranga), and SEARCA (Bogotá). 

The scenery features an accurate rendition of the airport with its main terminal, landside buildings, realistic ground markings, custom ground clutter, and custom vegetation around the terminal. 

It’s available on SimMarket for roughly $7.41, requiring at least 100.53 MB of free disk space to install.

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