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announcement Introducing KHVN Tweed New Haven Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator!

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We are excited to announce KHVN Tweed-New Haven will soon be available for Microsoft Flight Simulator! 


Developed by Jordan Gough, this is the largest Orbx airport in the North-Eastern USA. Tweed-New Haven is the second major airport in the state of Connecticut. Located only a 15-20 minute flight from the centre of Manhattan and short hop to BostonKHVN is the perfect stopover point for trips between the two cities. Located in a massive photogrammetry area, the entire city of New Haven is a sensational flight for the low and slow junkie, and fantastic visual circling approach from the north for the heavy haulers. 


New to KHVN is a completely reworked custom ground poly, high resolution texture work and fully functional ground services. 






  • A true to life depiction of Tweed-New Haven Airport crafted from on-site photos 
  • The largest Orbx airport in the north-eastern USA to date
  • Ultra HD airport buildings with meticulous attention to detail
  • Fully functional ground services
  • Native Microsoft ground poly in Full PBR
  • Perfectly located inside an enormous photogrammetry region with spectacular detail 
  • Custom static aircraft & GSE created exclusively for KHVN
  • Optimized for best performance
  • Perfectly located for short flights to NYC, Boston and the entire north-east coast
  • Made compatible for Microsoft Flight Simulator by Jordan Gough


Be sure to keep an eye out for more screenshots and info on this airport over the coming week!















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5 hours ago, JohnnyJohnJohn said:

Can we please try to cut back on the blurries?  It really doesn't do well for product promotion, and it does hurt the eyes. Thanks!!!!  Every other shot looks great though!

I like this effect in MSFS. Sharp what is in focus  unsharp what isn't. Just like on a real photo.


Edit: and how it the human eye sees it IRL.


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20 hours ago, wolfko said:

I like this effect in MSFS. Sharp what is in focus  unsharp what isn't. Just like on a real photo.


Edit: and how it the human eye sees it IRL.


Sorry, but mine don't get blurry like that.  Its just harsh on the eyes, but otherwise the scenery looks good.  

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