• Virtualcol Releases Freeware Scenery And Aircraft

    Virtualcol - Comalapa scenery

    Well known developer Virtualcol usually develops for the payware marketplace, but over the past couple of days they have generously released some of their older planes and scenery as freeware, which is now available for download from the FlightSim.Com file library.

    Included you will find scenery of Tocumen Airport in Panama, Comalapa Airport in San Salvador as well as ATR 42 and ATR 72 aircraft. These are fully detailed sceneries and nice aircraft packages with a variety of models included.

    Virtualcol - ATR

    Virtualcol - ATR cockpit

    Check out all Virtualcol products:

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    1 Comment
    1. clmarti's Avatar
      clmarti -
      Thank you for open this scenery and aircraft to us free even when I purchased ATR series and MSLP Comalapa from them year ago I still was missing MPTO Panama to try out.
      Thank you again.

      Clmarti
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