Pyreegue to Release Glasgow for MSFS This Week

Written by on December 2, 2021

Pyreegue has recently taken to the Orbx forums to announce the release date of their rendition of Glasgow Airport (EGPF) for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

In the first section of the forum post, Pyreegue has noted that they are looking forward to releasing the scenery this week. They began testing the scenery and all is going well. Some last previews were shared, too.

The developer also shared the feature list of the scenery. The scenery is going to have 3D interior and PBR textures, with various visual effects. The developer especially mentioned the raineffect on the terminal windows in the feature list. Other than that, the scenery is going to include an up-to-date airport layout and custom night lighting, together with custom jetways.


Completely modeled terminal interior with executive lounges (Lomond Lounge, Emirates Lounge, BA Lounge)Custom Animated Jetways with dynamic hood. (2-axis jetways on stands 23-26/17 are non-functional until further SDK improvements) Custom Ground polygons with hundreds of markings and accurate weathering2021 layoutCustom night lightingPBR texturing on all objectsLODs and texture resolution optimized for smooth performanceDefault ATC/AI Traffic integrationParallax windows on key objects to simulate interiorSurroundings included, such as Holiday Inn hotels, Car Hire Village, Long Term Parking lots, Customs Hangars, Nearby Farms, Glasgow Flying Club, Leading Edge FLight Training and many others.Animated RadarsWindow Rain Effects for terminal interiorHighly detailed ATC tower interiorEGEG Glasgow Heliport IncludedDetailed Gama Aviation HangarStatic Business JetsStatic airliners (Toggleable)Detailed fire training centre

If you are interested in learning more about this scenery, you can check out our other article here.

Glasgow Airport is the second largest Scottish airport, located near Paisley, approximately 16 kilometres of Glasgow. In 2019, it handled around 8.9 million passengers. The airport has various flights across Europe, operated mainly by EasyJet, British Airways or Jet2. Furthermore, the airport has been used as a military airbase during the WWII.

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