With such name as Viru Viru airport, maybe you won’t be surprised to learn it is located in Bolivia.
This South American airport has local, national and international flights. LatinVFR invites you to park your prefered aircraft near one of the custom and realistic buildings. Before, you would have overflown the detailed surroundings of [...]
Just after the release of their last product, TJSJ San Juan (in Puerto Rico), LatinVFR announced that their new project will be KSNA Santa Ana John Wayne airport, near to KSAN San Diego, California.
It looks like LatinVFR settled in North America for our great pleasure.
Pointe-à-Pitre International Airport or Pointe-à-Pitre Le Raizet Airport, ICAO: TFFR) is an airport serving Pointe-à-Pitre on the island of Grande-Terre in Guadeloupe. The airport serves as the main hub for both Air Caraïbes and Air Antilles Express. In 2008, the airport handled between 2 and 2.5 million passengers. The airport has one runway 12/30 [...]
This will please many users of FS2004 “The Century of Flight”, to be able to land at the latest scenery of LatinVFR now compatible with the good old sim.
TJSJ (Puerto Rico) San Juan for FS2004 can be purchased alone at a lower price than the FSX/P3D/FS9 full package. This also means that existing [...]
As promised a few weeks ago, LatinVFR updated for free their US airports of KMIA Miami (v2.2) and KSAN San Diego (v1.2). These new versions are made only for users of FSX and P3D (including P3D v2 compatibility). Pilots in FS2004 “The Century of Flight” remain in their actual version, and the current products [...]
It’s already the fifth preview by LatinVFR of their upcoming San Juan 2014 product. TJSJ airport in Puerto Rico will see much more virtual aircraft to land there after release.
The designers have made significant efforts on the custom textures of the apron, taxiways and runways. The second important feature is also the surroundings [...]
It’s just a sample of the updated screenshots series of LatinVFR to showcase their progress on San Juan TJSJ airport at Puerto Rico.
And it seems like they have made a marvellous terrain and carefully rendered details. Awesome !
Write down these 4 letters : TJSJ. It’s the airport code of San Juan in Puerto Rico, the actual project of LatinVFR.
I’m pretty sure you’ll be pretty excited at the first launch to display their new scenery on your own screen.
Did you know people often talk a mixed language of both English with Spanish in the same sentence in Puerto Rico ? You’d better practice a bit more Spanish until LatinVFR finish TJSJ Luis Munoz Maritn Intl airport scenery.
In this forum post, the main designer Ricardo also announced they will support Prepar3D V2 [...]
KSAN San Diego, California, initiated new design techniques by LatinVFR for airports design in FSX, P3D and FS9 resulting in a great looking scenery with efficient display performance.
Their most recent product KMIA Miami Intl V2 confirmed they are highly appreciated by customers. From today until September 22nd, you can get KSAN San Diego [...]