Philadelphia International Airport (KPHL) has received a major upgrade in the latest release from MK Studios. Version 1.2.0 brings a host of improvements to enhance your flight simulation experience, making KPHL one of the most authentic and visually stunning airports in Microsoft Flight Simulator. Let’s dive into the key features and changes introduced in this update.
Version 1.2.0 introduces a Visual Docking Guidance System (VDGS) for precise gate parking, along with elevation improvements for seamless terrain integration. The control tower now boasts enhanced models and animated lights, while Terminal A welcomes visitors with authentic “Welcome to Philadelphia” signs. Terminal E’s gate number signs have been fine-tuned, improving navigation. Additional Levels of Detail (LODs) and optimization have been incorporated for a smoother performance, and a flattening issue on the 9R approach has been resolved. These improvements collectively provide virtual pilots with a more authentic and seamless experience at KPHL, reaffirming MK Studios’ dedication to excellence in airport sceneries for flight simulation enthusiasts.
Changelog v 1.2.0
- VDGS added,
- Elevation improvements,
- Tower: model improved,
- Tower: animated lights added,
- Terminal A: Added Welcome to Philadelphia signs,
- Terminal E: gate number signs fixed,
- Additional LODs and optimization,
- Fixed flattening problem on the 9R approach.