Approach Brussels, the heart of Europe! Not just the capital of Belgium, but by many seen as the de facto capital of Europe, being the center stage for European and global politics post WW2 and the home to numerous companies and NGOs.
A bustling city also needs an airport capable of handling anything from the average tourist, suitcase toting CEO, overworked diplomat or even a head of state or two.
Brussels Airport, or Brussels-National as it's also known is located 12 km north-east of Brussels in the municipality of Zaventem. Serving close to 25 million passengers in 2019 it clocked in as the 24th busiest airport in Europe.
Featuring three runways the longest being just above 3,600m laid out as two parallel runways (07L/25R & 07R/25L) and one crosswind runway (01/19).
Just north of Brussels airport you'll find Melsbroek Air Base, home to the Belgian Air Forces transport wing. Even though it's defined as its own airfield it shares the same runways as Brussels airport.
Includes a highly accurate recreation of Brussels Airport (BRU, EBBR)
Highly detailed models with high resolution textures
Custom jetways with correct variations for each terminal pier
Ambient passenger movements inside and around the terminals
Large amounts of ground clutter and service equipment at aircraft stands and parkings
Custom ambient ramp traffic bringing the apron to life
Up to date taxiway, apron and stands layout
Custom and accurate taxiway signage
Accurate taxiway lighting including custom runway guard lights
Approach and runway lights adapted to match real world counterparts
Custom aerial image covering the airport boundary and surrounding area
Accurate terrain and runway profiles
Custom windsocks and other environment dependent animations
Realistic night time dynamic lighting
Functioning "Apron Warning System"
Terminal interior for Pier A, B and connector building
Stands support AI traffic that has airline parking codes
Proximity triggers for hangar doors (TUI & Lufthansa) and apron gates (N4 and Sabena aerospace)
Supports the Aerosoft VDGS module with highly accurate T1 and T2 safedock systems
Microsoft Flight Simulator (Version 2020)
OS: Windows 10 / 11
CPU: Intel® Core™ i7-4790 or better
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970, GDDR5 or better
DirectX: DirectX 11
VRAM: 2 GB
RAM: 16 GB
HDD: 3.5 GB
Installation runs via Aerosoft One, this requires an internet connection and an Aerosoft user account!
More information about Aerosoft One can be found in the User Guide or in the FAQs.