Developer Drzewiecki Design has released an update for their best-selling Newark Liberty International Airport (KEWR) scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Announced on their Facebook page, this new v1.1 update comes only a month after the release in December last year, the update includes fixes, new additions and adds performance optimisations.

The new additions include custom lighting added to runways and holding points and dirt layers added to aircraft aprons. You will now also see up to a 30% increase in performance around the airport, and now have the added option to turn off certain airport elements to boost your FPS even further such as removing terminal interiors.

The changelog can be found below. Existing users of Drzewiecki Design Newark Liberty Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator can grab the update from their account at their chosen vendor.

If you haven’t picked up Drzewiecki Design Newark Liberty Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator yet, you can purchase it from SimMarket for €22.50 (Excluding VAT) here.

Changelog

Custom lighting added to runways and holding points

Dirt layer added on aprons

Performance optimisation – up to 30% higher FPS in some areas

Options to turn off specific airport elements (f/e interiors) for even better FPS