Microsoft Flight Simulator Harrisburg, Nakhon Si Thammarat, and Friedman Memorial Airports Released

Third-party developers released three new airports for Microsoft Flight Simulator, two in the United States and one in Asia, alongside a new trailer. 

We start with the latter, and it’s a new trailer for the ongoing freeware Boeing C-17 Globemaster III project in development at Delta Simulations.

This follows a similar trailer released last year showing off the ever-evolving military cargo aircraft that is already available in its work-in-progress form on 

You can watch it below and keep track of development and updates on the developer’s Discord server.

Next is Harrisburg International Airport (KMDT) serving Middletown, Pennsylvania, released by Xometry and published by iniBuilds. 

You can find it on iniBuilds’ own store for $15.28 with the following features.

  • Detailed buildings
  • High-resolution ground textures
  • Detailed rendition of KMDT Harrisburg International Airport
  • PBR normal maps
  • Realistic wear, tar, cracks and stains
  • Custom mesh
  • Custom night lighting
  • Accurately placed, realistic vegetation (3D grass, bushes and trees)
  • High resolution ortho imagery
  • Custom jetways

The next release is Nakhon Si Thammarat Airport (VTSF) in Thailand, launched by Simman. 

It’s available on Simmarket for $15.85, including the following features.

  • Realistic passenger terminal model.
  • Main terminal has interior.
  • Realistic parking area.
  • Realistic Chevron helipad.
  • Realistic marker on ground.
  • Custom jetway.

Lastly, Spinoza released Friedman Memorial Airport (KSUN) serving Hailey, Blaine County, Idaho. 

It’s available on Simmarket for $17.49. You can check out a few screenshots below to see what it looks like. 

As usual, you can keep track of what happens in the Microsoft Flight Simulator third-party industry via our daily news posts.