EPMO Warsaw Modlin MSFS is a highly detailed scenery of
EPMO Warsaw Modlin airport in Poland. This product is compatible
with Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Warsaw Modlin Airport is an international airport located
40 km (25 miles) north of Warsaw, Poland. The airport is
intended to be used by low-cost carriers serving Warsaw. As of
2017, it is the fifth busiest airport in the country, with
2,932,639 passengers served annually. The facility is currently
exclusively served by Ryanair and business/general aviation.
Originally designed for military use in the Second Polish
Republic in 1937, it was not opened by Polish authorities.
Instead, it was made operational during World War II in 1940 as
an airbase by the German Luftwaffe in occupied Poland. Postwar,
between 1945 and 2000, it was used by Polish and Soviet air
forces. In 2000, the Polish Ministry of National Defence
declared the airfield closed. The airport's runway was in poor
condition and lacked proper lighting and modern radio navigation
In September 2009, it was announced that tenders were being
accepted and funding had been secured from the EU for an opening
in 2011, in time for the Euro 2012 Football Tournament.
Construction works finally began in October 2010 and were
expected to be completed before Euro 2012; however the deadline
was not met and instead the airport began to operate in July
On 22 December 2012, it was announced that the runway at the
airport would be closed to larger aircraft such as the Boeing
737 and Airbus A320 indefinitely for safety reasons. Ryanair
confirmed on the day of the runway closure it would divert all
aircraft to Warsaw-Chopin Airport until the runway was repaired.
Wizz Air also confirmed that it would route its flights to
Chopin Airport until Modlin re-opened. The official re-opening
took place over six months later on 4 July 2013 after
construction works to fix the runway had been completed. On 17
July 2013, Wizz Air announced it would not return to Modlin
despite its re-opening, but stay at Warsaw-Chopin Airport
instead. Ryanair returned to Modlin on 30 September 2013 and
since added more routes to its initial schedule.
On 19 September 2013, the Category I Instrument Landing System
was officially ready for use. At the same time tests began for
the Category II Instrument Landing System which was ready for
use by 1 May 2014. In October 2015, the airport welcomed its 5th
millionth passenger overall. In December of the same year, an
airport lounge was inaugurated.
The product will be automatically added to Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Our installer may provide you with additional optional features
during install. To select different options, simply run the installer
product is compatible with
all Drzewiecki Design products, all ORBX products and all Asobo
of EPMO Warsaw Modlin Airport, featuring the up-to-date version with
extensive details throughout the whole airport
with epic night textures, dynamic lighting, and PBR materials
High definition mesh
including exact runway profile
interior modeling at terminal buildings, hangars and the control tower, advanced night lighting,
from the surrounding area
GSX Pro using