• TriSoftSim - Boston For Aerofly FS2

    TriSoftSim - Boston For Aerofly FS2

    Boston, Massachusetts is a thriving state capital and the most populous city in New England. TriSoftSim is proud to bring this iconic city, its suburbs and coastal areas to Aerofly FS2. You'll find all the famous landmarks, like Fenway Park and Faneuil Hall amongst the 70+ featured POIs which have been painstakingly placed to add authenticity to the thousands of cultivated trees and buildings. As a big university town it also includes all of Cambridge including MIT and Harvard universities.

    TriSoftSim - Boston For Aerofly FS2

    Greater Boston Metropolitan covers an area of 625 sq mi at 1.5 m/px resolution including cultivations and custom objects. It extends way beyond the city limits to provide plenty of sightseeing including a second airport, Laurence G. Hanscom Field in addition to the Boston Logan airport. Like any big city it looks great at night, with thousands of cultivated street lights as well as night lit buildings, so make sure you try a night landing on one of Logan's six runways.

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