Hiroshima Airport was built on the mountain in 1993 because the former Hiroshima Airport was overcapacity.
Due to the terrain where clouds are likely to occur, more than 90% of airplanes will make a safe RWY10_ILS landing.
ILS is installed by the most precise CATIIIb. As a result, a huge approach bridge was built in the mountains.
However, a dangerous RWY28 landing will occur during strong west winds.
6 years ago, an unfamiliar foreign A320 just before landing on RWY28, the front can't be seen due to clouds, go-around was delayed, and an accident occurred in which the aircraft collided with the ILS.
This causes the ILS-CATⅢb and aircraft to be wrecked, ILS-CATIIIb couldn't be used for 9 months. This accident was the last jet accident in Japan in recent years.
Now, I made the approach light and terminal exactly for RWY10 at Hiroshima Airport, which does not exist in MSFS default.
Please enjoy Hiroshima Airport with the safe RWY10_ILS approach.
(Hiroshima RWY10 ILS=108. 7)