Taxi2Gate’s KSTL joins FS9 airport ranks

Previously only available for users of FSX, Taxi2Gate have now released their rendition of Lambert St. Louis International Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 as well.

Named after US sportsman and early aviator (he was taught to fly by Wilbur Wright) Albert Bond Lambert, the site of St. Louis’ airport was bought by Lambert as a landing ground and one of its earlier visitors was a gentleman by the name of Charles Lindbergh… Who went on to do something ‘slightly famous’ later in life. Needless to say, the version of STL passengers know now is rather different to “Lambert’s Cow Pasture” and Taxi2Gate’s version includes custom ground textures, fencing and a dynamic train amongst other features around the iconic terminal building.

Please visit the product page, here, for more information, screenshots and to purchase the airport scenery.

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