Aerosoft Mega Airport Paris Charles de Gaulle X for FSX/FS2004 on sale now

Sim-Wings and Aerosoft present the new Mega Airport Paris Charles de Gaulle X, the largest and busiest airport of France. This is a total rebuild of the previous versions and will make the main French airport finally available for FS2004 and FSX.

This stunning recreation of one of the most important airports in Paris will give you a fantastic supplementary factor anytime you swing by and try to land here. Instead of the bland and generic feel that it had before, now this Parisian airport will spring to life and look far more like its real self.

This, naturally, makes it much easier to hop into the cockpit and feel secure and safe in what you are doing as the airport now represents what it should look like. For Parisians and frequent flyers alike, this makes the entire takeoff and landing process much more enjoyable as it now echoes what you can do in real-life when you arrive at this airport.

Terminal at CDG

What’s Included?

  • A glut of new details have been created to make sure the entire landscape looks absolutely fantastic. High resolution details are used for all objects and for the ground itself, to make sure that the airport looks the best that it can

  • Textures match what is there in the real world and the actual way that buildings are made to look and feel use the actual textures from real-life to ensure they carry all of the hallmarks that are included in the real thing

  • Airport buildings are include in the same place and location that they should be, making it even easier to start memorizing the locations and getting to grips with what this airport is like when compared to its real-life counterpart and maximizing the realism factor

  • Various taxiway signs and smaller details are included throughout to ensure that the whole thing can go together perfectly well, and also to ensure that it can all be maximized and improved to make navigation and accuracy of flight as easy as possible; navigate with these signs for maximum effect!

  • Various new terminals and hangers are included throughout to make sure the whole thing can play out just as it would if you were taking off here in the real world

  • Multiple objects are made from scratch to be included throughout with buses, trains and various other service vehicles all driving around and creating a truly authentic airport atmosphere

  • The Concorde memorial lies near Terminal 3, as it does in the real world. This has been acutely created to make sure it really does cover the true size and scale of the real memorial itself

  • Included for both FSX and FS2004 so sim users of both systems can enjoy a truly quality remake of one of the most important airports in the capital of France

  • Various manuals and charts are added in to make it nice and easy for you to fly from one part of France to here, following all of the instructions that you could possibly need

Given that this is the largest international airports in the whole of France, it makes sense to have it looking up to scratch and performing at its very peak; so why not let this project spice up your FSX experience even more?

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Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens is a flight simulation industry expert with over 20 years of experience and also has a keen interest in aviation and technology. Ian spends a lot of his time experimenting with various simulator packages but has a love for Microsoft Flight Simulator X because of the huge selection of add-ons available. However, Ian also has copies of Prepar3D and X-Plane installed.

Ian has been writing for Fly Away Simulation for over 9 years. Should you wish, you can contact Ian via email at


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