The international Airport Trondheim-Værnes, located in Northern-Trøndelag, is the fourth largest airport in Norway with approximately 4,4 million passengers per year. The major hub for the Norwegian Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) and the Norwegian Widerøe airline exists since 1914 and operates the very busy route between Trondheim and Oslo, amongst others.
Værnes Church, the oldest preserved stone building in Norway, is located south-east of the Airport. Approaching the airport from the east, it is visible on the left-hand side. The airport’s realistic replica with detailed models of the terminal and other buildings now brings the Norwegian area steeped in history to life in the Microsoft Flight Simulator. Photorealistic building and ground textures as well as numerous lightings and striking landmarks let the airport and its surroundings appear close to reality.
Includes a highly accurate recreation of Trondheim Airport, Værnes
Highly detailed models of airport terminal, buildings and other facilities
Photo-realistic building and ground textures
Accurate taxiway, apron and stands layout
Densely placed ground equipment and ramp clutter objects
Accurate terrain and runway profile
Terminal interior included
Interiors included for the VFK (aeroclub), Helitrans and Rely hangars
Custom aerial image covering the airport and its vicinity
Landmark buildings and bridges in the vicinity of the airport