SimWings Munich v2 for MSFS Released

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SimWings Munich v2 for MSFS Released


Through the Facebook page of Simmarket, SimWings announced the release of the highly anticipated update of their Munich scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

About Munich Airport

Munich International Airport (EDDM) is one of the largest international airports in Germany and serves as the main hub of Bavaria. The airport is also named after Franz Josef Strauss and it is the second busiest airport in Germany in terms of passenger traffic, handling almost 48 million passengers in 2019.

The airport is also the main hub to the national carrier Lufthansa, including its subsidiaries Lufthansa Cityline and Air Dolomiti, as well as Eurowings. In addition to that, it is also a base for Condor and TUI Fly Deutschland.

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Virtual pilots can enjoy many international flights to or from this airport, either short or long. There are flights across the whole of Europe, as well as North America, Asia and even Africa.

What the Update of SimWings Munich Offer

SimWings Munich v2 is a comprehensive update bringing many real-life, as well as simulator changes done to the airport, to bring it to a higher simulator standard, as well as make it more up-to-date compared to the real-world counterpart.

Firstly, the north-western business park now features new buildings, such as the logistics centre, administration building LAB campus and Airport Academy. Several improvements were done to the airport layout, including corrected A380 jetway connections, new smokestacks in front of terminal 2 and a multi-storey carpark nearby.

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The update also introduces changes to taxiways, sign renaming and an extended apron with new taxiway lines, parking positions and VDGS systems. There are also visual changes done to the scenery, correcting various colours, there are edited fences, new static vehicles and lighting improvements. The terminal model was also reworked, to eliminate snowy surfaces inside the building.

All of the users who already own SimWings Munich v1 can now enjoy this update completely for free. However, if you don’t own SimWings Munich as of yet, you can buy it through Simmarket for €25.16. Please mind that this price includes 20% local VAT.

If you would like to read more about SimWings and their work, make sure to read our article on their Tenerife released back in 2021.

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