A tour de force in scenery design
Airports come, and on a few occasions, airports go. Many can trace their heritage as far back as World War Two, and a select few can go back even further. More often than not though, where an airport is today is often not where that airport was ‘born’. Old aerodromes are often closed, then moved; Croydon, for example, or more famously, Hong Kong’s Kai Tak. Some airports put down roots and remain on the same spot they were founded. Sydney Kingsford is such an airport and renowned developer FlyTampa has been busy preparing Sydney for Microsoft Flight Simulator (MFS).