Tailstrike Designs shows their progress of the Italian airport development of LIME Milan Bergamo for MSFS, that you can locate on the map between Milan and the famous Lake Como. Orio al Serio airport will enter the Beta tests phase in a few days.
In X-Plane world, Aerosoft did a lot to bring detailed airports to the community. In Italy, they already made Rome Fiumicino XP, and now there’s the second busiest airport in Italy also available : Milano Malpensa LIMC with SAM animations and high definition photoreal textures.
SamScene already designed a RealCity X-3D Autogen scenery for Zurich, but it’s now the turn of Milan to receive its version. The photoscenery base is a separate free download that you will find at their own webpage here.
Now that they master the native P3D features like the custom ground polygon, expect again super visuals and smoothness with the new Jetstream Designs product : Milano Linate LIML. The Italian airport comes with very good looking buildings details, animated jetways and a scenery configurator to let you select the…
The long awaited Italian scenery of Milano Malpensa X, second most airport of the country, is now available at simMarket. On the product page, LIMC is described with numerous features which of them include the animated jetways (SODE), the animations of trains, vehicles and radars. Fly over the HD photoreal terrain,…
Awaited by many simmers, the rendition of LIMC Malpensa by David Rosenfeld will appear soon in the stores. After Rome Fiumicino, this is the second busiest airport of Italy.
On the Aerosoft Forum, Mathijs posted a new topic showcasing some previews for their upcoming release of Milan Malpensa. Aerosoft Malpensa is being developed by David Rosenfeld, who is renowned for his previous sceneries such as Ben Gurion. Enjoy the previews below and for more information, stay tuned!
Simmers who like Italian airports must be interested in Jetstream Designs news streaming, especially since they announced Milan Linate project. The second airport of Milano will also receive the P3D v3 native ground polygons to allow “better performance, no compatibility issues with shadows, use of specular textures, wet ground surfaces…”. See the latest screens…
David Rosenfeld published some comparison images on his Facebook page earlier today. Work is in full swing so I’d expect to see more previews in the not so distant future.
Already author of Ben Gurion airport for FSAddon, and Bergamo for Aerosoft, David Rosenfeld has been currently working on the second most important Italian airport : Milan Malpensa LIMC. Its latest FSX preview screenshots are visible at Facebook.