• LN Design Announces Pau-Pyrenees for MSFS

    LN Design Announces Pau-Pyrenees

    LN Design announces that they are currently working on another Airport, which is Pau-Pyrénées in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France.

    It's going to feature a fully modeled interior and exterior main terminal, dozens of close-to-real buildings, all keeping an FPS friendly environment, and a lot of other awesome features, which will make eye candy for free-camera explorers and rejoice pure pilots!

    They expect to have fine-tuned navaids, and the most accurate layout which is possible to achieve now within Microsoft Flight Simulator.

    Here are some screen shots:

    LN Design Announces Pau-Pyrenees

    LN Design Announces Pau-Pyrenees

    LN Design Announces Pau-Pyrenees

    LN Design Announces Pau-Pyrenees

    LN Design Announces Pau-Pyrenees

    LN Design Announces Pau-Pyrenees

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