WestWind Aircraft & Scenery Department
The Aircraft and Scenery Department (ASD) is responsible for the acquisition, initial testing, development, production, and integration of products (aircraft and scenery) for all of WestWind Airline’s divisions (Passenger, Cargo and Executive). The department primarily develops products for Microsoft Flight Simulator version of personal computer based simulators. The ASD provides aircraft for each category while maintaining a unique flavor to WestWind’s divisions. Scenery is also produced to immerse pilots in operating aircraft for a Flag carrier with international presence. The ASD considers itself the Maintenance side of the airline, responsible for the behind the doors (hangar doors) activities that keeps our fleet of aircraft flying.
The ASD is always seeking talented painters, flight dynamics editors, 3D modelers, and script writers who have a talent with developing products for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Interested applicants need only to visit the Maintenance Hangars to the north of Denver International Airport aka our forum.
Aircraft & Scenery Department Management
Hal Morse -- EHAM Hub Manager Chief Maintenance Officer