NMG Richards Bay Airport V1.0 (MSFS)
Richards Bay Airport (FARB) was established in 1975 and is situated approximately 5km NE of the Richards Bay CBD. The airport precinct of 36,2894 hectares is located adjacent Lake Mzingazi approximately 5 km from the Indian Ocean.
The airport is a public category domestic airport with about 100,000 scheduled arrivals per year offering scheduled flights between Richards Bay and Johannesburg. Operations include air cargo, recreational flying, commuter schedule, corporate and charter operations, flying training, aviation maintenance, aviation fuel sales and supporting services.
Highly Detailed Airport Buildings.
Accurate Runway/Apron Lighting.
Fully AI-Traffic compatible.
Corrected layout with accurate road network and added vehicle traffic.
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 • Microsoft Windows 10 64-bit (1809) or better • Intel Core i5-4460 or AMD Ryzen 3 1200 • 8 GB System RAM • Radeon RX 570 or GeForce GTX 770 or better • This package requires manual installation into the Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 Community Folder. We cannot offer you support on how to do this.
IMPORTANT TO KNOW
Our Scenery Library with common use objects are no longer distributed as part of this airport package. Please download and install it separately using the link below. This Library is needed for the correct working of the airport. Without it, you may not see any apron lights, hangars or vehicles parked at the airport. You only need to download and install this package once as all our airports uses it. Regular updates for these libraries may be required as our collection of airports grow.
If you previously purchased NMG Richards Bay Airport at NMG Simulations, you are entitled to a discounted upgrade price.
NOTE: The special upgrade price will be awarded automatically, therefore you must be logged into your same account used to purchase the previous version! If in doubt contact NMG Simulations support first! NO REFUNDS GIVEN!
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