[MSFS] - T.S.Studio – WMKK Kuala Lumpur International Airport v2.1.0


– All pink/brown roof textures have been replaced with the original roof colour (as it was when the airport first opened).
– Light poles have been increased to 30m in height.
– The correct branding has been added to the maintenance area and textures improved. Additional night lighting has also been added.
– The Malayia Airlines building has been re-modelled and the correct branding added, with improvements to the textures and night lighting.
– Missing signage has been added to the Catering Building and all textures have been improved.
– MAS Kargo now has the correct branding, night lighting and improved textures.
– The KLAS freight hanger has been re-modelled and re-textured, with the correct POS Aviation branding.
– The Petronas refuelling station has been added (between taxiway H and MAS Kargo).
– All building between the freight area and taxiway H have been replaced and have night lighting.
– The former LCCT Terminal has been re-textured and has been branded as KACT1 (KLIA Air Cargo Terminal 1). It’s scale has also been increased.
– Various security Control Posts have been added around the airport.
– Improvements have been made to the POS Malaysia International Hub and the correct branding added.
– The models for KLIA Cargo Village and Kompleks Kastam have been re-moddled.
– The POS Aviation Agent Block has been re-moddled.
– Various generic building models have been produced which more closely blend in with the other airport buildings.
– The Tune Hotel (KLIA Main) has been added.
– SCAF (Southern Common Amenities & Facilities) now have more appropriate models.
– The two telecommunications towers have been added.
– The Aerotrain Maintenance Depot has been replaced with a more accurate model.
– Branding has started to be added to the Main and Satellite terminals (KLIA1).
– All internal roads have been added, together with night lighting.

KLIA or Kuala Lumpur International Airport is Malaysia’s largest airport as well as one of the largest airports in the world. The airport spans 100 square kilometres, and was designed by Kisho Kurokawa and was inaugurated on the 27th June 1998.

This scenery plug-in contains KLIA’s main terminal building, satellite terminal building and the KLIA2 terminal with all aprons having realistic taxiing and gate markings.

Freight and various maintenance buildings and offices, totalling more than 40 hand built assets are also included, along with custom runway textures

Over 130 customised operational jetways await your departure.