• Flightbeam Studios Announces NZWN

    Flightbeam Studios Announces NZWN

    Flightbeam Studios is proud to announce the development of Wellington International Airport (NZWN). Situated in the middle of one of the most scenic countries in the world, NZWN will aim to please a wide variety of sim pilots. Both approach and departure provide stunning views along with weather challenges at this single runway airport. Despite its small size, NZWN pushes through over 6 million passengers a year and is the third busiest airport in the region.

    Flightbeam Studios Announces NZWN

    This airport will surpass our previous work in terms of detail modeling to terminals, and will also provide a stunning and unsurpassed amount of custom, configurable airport clutter around the gate areas. Surrounding the airport will be a large region with custom ground imagery and buildings, extending throughout the whole Wellington peninsula.

    Look for NZWN release this year in 2018!


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