France VFR reveals preview screens of their upcoming MSFS Airport scenery, LFJL Metz-Nancy Lorraine. Their new product will include high resolution and photoreal textures made of aerial views for the terrain, and they will also rework the vegetation and the terrain elevation up to the runway profile according to the real life data.
LFJL Metz-Nancy Lorraine airport is located in the Grand Est region of France and serves the cities of Metz and Nancy, as well as the surrounding area.
The airport was built in the late 1950s and early 1960s, in response to the growing demand for air travel in the region. The first flight took off from the airport in 1961, and it was officially opened in 1962.
In the early years, the airport served primarily as a regional airport, with flights to destinations within France and neighboring countries. However, in the 1990s, the airport underwent a major expansion, with the construction of a new terminal and runway.
Today, LFJL Metz-Nancy Lorraine airport is a modern, well-equipped airport that serves a wide range of domestic and international destinations. The airport is served by several major airlines, including Air France, Ryanair, and Wizz Air, and handles over 300,000 passengers each year.