Orbx has announced the introduction of two new small airfields for Microsoft Flight Simulator, both located in the stunning Pacific Northwest: S43 Harvey Field and W16 Monroe. This package offers two airfields in one, allowing players to continue their exploration of the region with a touch of rustic rural charm. It’s a welcome return from Orbx to their roots of creating small, charming airfields for flight simulation.
Located in Snohomish, Washington, S43 Harvey Field and W16 Monroe are a showcase of Andreas Hegi’s artistic skills. These two P3D/FSX bestsellers, located just 5 miles apart, have been brought to life in Microsoft Flight Simulator, offering simmers the opportunity to experience the intricate detail of both airfields in one of the best flying locations around.
Orbx’s return to creating these smaller, more intimate airfields is a fantastic development, especially considering the recent introduction of incredible new general aviation airplanes in Microsoft Flight Simulator, such as the A2A Comanche 250. These airfields, with their unique charm and detailed design, provide the perfect setting for pilots to truly experience and appreciate the capabilities of this airplane!
In terms of technical features, S43 Harvey Field and W16 Monroe come with full PBR high-resolution texturing alongside dynamic and immersive night lighting. The airfields have been created with photo-realistic HD textures, which have been developed from on-site photography to provide the most immersive experience possible.
S43 Harvey Field and W16 Monroe airfields are coming soon to Microsoft Flight Simulator. While we wait, enjoy the beautiful preview images of these locations, which promise a new level of realism and immersion in one of the most popular flying locations in the USA!