Microsoft Flight Simulator World Update XIV: Central Eastern Europe covers several countries in Eastern Europe: including Czechia, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The package features full-coverage aerial imagery along with digital elevation data and more from partners at Bing Maps and Maxar. It includes 103 Points of Interest (POIs): 18 in Czechia, 15 in Slovakia, 19 in Hungary, 15 in Slovenia, 23 in Croatia, and 13 in Bosnia-Herzegovina, including castles, towers and churches, among other landmarks are reproduced.
Microsoft also partnered with Gaya Simulations to create six bespoke airports: Karlovy Vary Airport (LKKV) in Czechia, Poprad-Tatry Airport (LZTT) in Slovakia, Pécs-Pogány Airport (LHPP) in Hungary, Zagorje ob Savi Airport (LJZA) in Slovenia, Rijeka International Airport (LDRI) in Croatia, and Prijedor Urije Airport (LQPD) in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Microsoft Maps & Local, in collaboration with Vexcel, has created ten cities throughout the region: Prague, Brno, and Plzeň in Czechia; Budapest in Hungary; Ljubljana and Maribor in Slovenia; Split and Dubrovnik in Croatia; and Sarajevo and Banja Luka in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Rounding out this latest release, Microsoft Flight Simulator World Update XIV includes three discovery flights: Prague in Czechia, Sarajevo in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Budapest in Hungary.
The update also features three landing challenges: Croatia’s Kastela (LDSP) in an Airbus A320neo, Slovenia’s Vzletišče Zagorje Ob Savi (LJZA) in a Pilatus PC-6/B2-H4 Turbo Porter and Slovakia’s Poprad-Tatry (LZTT) in an Airbus A310-300.
Finally, the update includes four bush trips: “Czech Route,” “Northeast Adriatic,” “Danube Journey,” and “Carpathian Journey.”
World Update XIV: Central Eastern Europe is available for free to all Microsoft Flight Simulator owners.