Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 is one of the most popular and the latest flying simulation video games that have been launched in August 2020 for Xbox One and Microsoft Windows platforms. It’s developed by Asobo Studio and published by Xbox Game Studios. It’s the successor version of the 37 years older Microsoft Flight Simulator that was released way back in 1982. The new 2020 version has arrived after a long time with a lot of features and major or minor improvements. It has 30 different Aircrafts and 40 major Airports across the globe. Now, if you’re new to the game and want to get a full list of all the airports and aircrafts list of the Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 game then check out this article.
It’s also worth mentioning that developers have mentioned there are around 37 thousand Airports included in this game all over the world which isn’t a tiny thing. Developers have worked really hard to bring this game on the market with each and every major and minor detailing of the graphics quality like trees, clouds, sky, rivers, roads, animals, buildings, and more. Now, let’s have a quick look at all the 30 aircraft and 40 detailed airports below.
Airports and Aircrafts List: Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020
Ensure that some of the Aircrafts and airports won’t be available for everyone like the standard Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 game owners. As the game has three editions to buy and play, some of the aircrafts and airports are only limited to Premium and Deluxe edition gamers.
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 Airports List:
- Aspen/Pitkin County Airport (USA)
- Bugalaga Airstrip (CAMA) (Indonesia)
- Chagual Airport (Peru)
- Courchevel Altiport (France)
- Donegal Airport (Ireland)
- Entebbe International Airport (Uganda)
- Cristiano Ronaldo Madeira International Airport (Portugal)
- Gibraltar International Airport (Gibraltar /UK)
- Innsbruck Airport (Austria)
- Los Angeles International Airport (USA)
- Tenzing-Hillary Airport (Nepal)
- Nanwalek Airport (USA)
- John F. Kennedy International Airport (USA)
- Orlando International Airport (USA)
- Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (France)
- Paro International Airport (Bhutan)
- Queenstown Airport (New Zealand)
- Mariscal Sucre International Airport (Ecuador)
- Rio de Janeiro-Antonio Carlos Jobim/Gaelao Int’l Aiport (Brazil)
- Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport (Dutch Saba)
- Gustaf III Airport (France, Saint Barthelemy)
- Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Washington, USA)
- Sedona Airport (Arizona, USA)
- Sirena Aerodrome (Costa Rica)
- Stewart Airport (British Columbia, Canada)
- Sydney Airport (Australia)
- Telluride Regional Airport (Colorado, USA)
- Haneda Airport (Japan)
- Toncontin International Airport (Honduras)
- Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (Ontario, Canada)
- Amsterdam Aiport Schipol (Netherlands)
- Cairo International Airport (Egypt)
- Cape Town International Airport (South Africa)
- O’Hare International Airport (Chicago, USA)
- Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas (Spain)
- Denver International Airport (Colorado, USA)
- Dubai International Airport (UAE)
- Frankfurt Airport (Germany)
- Heathrow Airport (UK)
- San Francisco International Airport (California, USA)
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 Aircrafts List:
- A320neo – Airbus
- Pitts Special S2S – Aviat
- 747-8 Intercontinental – The Boeing Company
- XCub – CubCrafters
- TBM 930 – Daher
- DA62 – Diamond Aircraft
- DA40 NG – Diamond Aircraft
- EXTRA 330LT – EXTRA
- Flight Design CTSL – Flight Design
- ICON A5 – Icon Aircraft
- VL-3 – JMB Aircraft
- CAP 10 – Robin Aircraft
- DR400-100 Cadet – Robin Aircraft
- Beechcraft Bonanza 636 – Textron Aviation Inc.
- Beechcraft King Air 350i – Textron Aviation Inc.
- Cessna 152 – Textron Aviation Inc.
- Cessna 172 Skyhawk (G1000) – Textron Aviation Inc.
- Cessna 208 B Grand Caravan EX – Textron Aviation Inc.
- Cessna Citation CJ4 – Textron Aviation Inc.
- Savage Cub – Zlin Aviation
- DA40-TDI – Diamond Aircraft
- DV20 – Diamond Aircraft
- Beechcraft Baron G58 – Textron Aviation Inc.
- Cessna 152 Aerobat – Textron Aviation Inc.
- Cessna 172 Skyhawk – Textron Aviation Inc.
- 787-10 Dreamliner – The Boeing Company
- SR22 – Cirrus Aircraft
- Virus SW 121 – Pipistrel
- Cessna Citation Longitude – Textron Aviation Inc.
- Shock Ultra – Zlin Aviation
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