The next destination for FTX Southern California is KSAN San Diego International Airport. This busy single-runway airport is situated in San Diego County adjacent to the Mexican border. The airport sits in San Diego harbour, right next to the bay and is located close to central business district. San Diego International Airport, founded in 1928, used to be known as Lindbergh Field, named after Charles Lindbergh who flight tested the Spirit of St. Louis. The first jet scheduled flight at San Diego International Airport was in 1960 using the Boeing720. KSAN also became the first commercial airport in the United States to place restrictions on late night and early morning departures. San Diego has a rich history behind it, and that has most certainly helped it become the busiest single-runway airport in the United States.
Huge photoreal that covers entire San Diego Metropolitan area
Improved airport textures and groundpoly
Hundreds of POIs
Animated SODE jetways
Helipads on Skyscrapers and Hospital
Highly rendered reconstruction of San Diego Airport
Optimised for good performance
Compatible with FTX openLC NA and FTX Southern California
To download and install this product you will need FTX Central v3. Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 or above is required by FTX Central v3. Windows XP is not supported. FTX Central v3 is only compatible with Microsoft Windows.
The full download for this product is 5.93 GB.
This product is compatible with the following simulators:
Microsoft Flight Simulator X
Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition
You require at least one of the following products to use KSAN San Diego International Airport.