RWY26 Simulations – Donald Sangster Intl P3D Jamaica

Another Jamaican detailed airport has landed at simMarket, you’re getting used to RWY26 Simulations now !

Their latest product covers Donald Sangster Intl airport (MKJS), serving Montego Bay, in front of the Cuban coastline. Animated birds and road traffic are included, beside the static aircraft.


RWY26 Simulations – Kingston Norman Manley Intl FSX P3D

I have to control myself or I will hug them at RWY26 Simulations. Enjoy the beautiful screenies that introduce Kingston Norman Manley Intl, KMSP airport at simMarket !

Now select your favorite aircraft and have a tour in Jamaica, you’ll be able to see birds and traffic animations too. Available for P3D V4-V2 and FSX.


MKJP Kingston Jamaica in development

Kingston airport in Jamaica may appear soon in the freeware files libraries for FSX / P3D.

Recently announced in FSdeveloper forum, the project already shows custom buildings with nice details on the jetways, and textures of a high quality with wear and tear effects.


LatinVFR – Montego Bay Jamaica MKJS

This is the most important airport of Jamaica designed with all LatinVFR touch : a nice looking scenery by its numerous details and photoreal textures, but also greatly designed surroundings.

Note you’ll see the resorts and hotels near the airport at their exact location, and placed over a custom mesh, but also animations of birds, […]

LatinVFR MKJS Montego Bay Sangster

LatinVFR went back to Jamaica as they are about to release MKJS Montego Bay Sangster for FSX and FS2004.

As usual, they added a photoreal scenery for surroudings and nice airport featuress as you can see in the preview thread of their forum here.


LatinVFR Brings You Jamaica

LatinVFR Published scenery for MKJP Kingston Airport for FS2004 and FSX. Ricardo Morillo, the developer, writes “…… Kingston’s Jamaica, embracing energy offers a mix of metropolitan ambitions and old world heritage. Rhythmic reggae music, a fascinating culture and fine restaurants and eateries offer a variety in entertainment, history and cuisine…..”. […]