LatinVFR New Orleans, Baltimore 32-bit, and Santiago

LatinVFR has released a brief statement regarding future project plans and upcoming releases.

Firstly, LatinVFR has officially announced the developers next project, that being KMSY, Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.  The scenery is to model the airports brand new state of the art terminal facility which is still currently under construction.  Release is expected shortly before the opening of the real life terminal, currently scheduled for early 2019.

LatinVFR Announces KMSY, New Orleans

Next, following the developers recent Baltimore KBWI release for Prepar3D V4, it appears that a 32-bit version of the scenery is in the works and will be available by the end of July.  The product update is to bring compatibility to FSX as well as Prepar3D V1 and V2.  According to LatinVFR, the update is to be free of charge for existing customers.

Lastly, in the coming months, the developer is planning to release SCEL, Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport for Prepar3D V4.  Serving the Chilean capital of Santiago, the airport is the country’s largest aviation facility and busiest international airport.  The scenery is brand new and built from scratch.

There you have it, some exciting developments ahead!  To review the full announcement, see the referenced thread via the Cayman Virtual forums.  If you’d like to learn more about LatinVFR, check out the developers official website.

*Image courtesy of LatinVFR.

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