Chudoba Design Development Roadmap

Chudoba Dev update

Chudoba Design have taken to social media to announce their development roadmap for a number of releases.

Recently they released three airports of the Middle East: Taba International Airport (HETB), Hurghada International Airport (HEGN), and Marsa Alam (HEMA) for X-Plane 11. These airports are currently in the update phase of development.

Hurghada will be the first to receive an update, coming this November. The update will receive custom jetways, ground handling, and more buildings, as well as orthophotos and ‘enchanted’ groundpoly. The same updates with come to Taba sometime in January 2021 and Marsa Alam in April 2021 with improved mesh. In the meantime, the developers are also planning to implement a festive feel to the airports mentioned.

The developers have also announced the collaboration of a brand new project with the University of Portsmouth. Research and planning has already started on Václav Havel Airport (LKPR) which is the hometown airport of Chudoba Design. The open beta will be released in March next year with full release coming in June 2021.

Taba, Marsa Alam, and Hurghada are available to by from the Chudoba Design website. Taba is priced at £7.99, Marsa Alam £11.99, and Hurghada £16.99. All exclude VAT.

Thanks to Chudoba Design for reminding us about the event through our Discord server.

Author: Ray

I have been an avid aviation enthusiast for about eight years since I first started using FSX. Apart from flying in the sims (now X-Plane 11 and MSFS) I enjoy reading about aviation through the many periodicals and books available. I live in South Yorkshire in the northern half of the UK.

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