David Rosenfeld Announces Ben Gurion Airport for MSFS

David Rosenfeld, a community scenery developer cooperating with Aerosoft, has recently taken to his Facebook Page to announce the development of Ben Gurion International Airport (LLBG) for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

There is not much we know yet as together with the announcement, only a single screenshot showcasing the terminal was shared with a simple commentary saying “First look! MSFS work began”. It is clear from the screenshot though that the scenery development is still in the early stages. It is highly probable, that this is going to be the first scenery released for MSFS from David Rosenfeld.

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Although it is unclear, the scenery will most-probably be a conversion from other platforms like Prepar3D where the scenery is already available to be purchased from the same developer. It is unknown when is the scenery going to be released or what are the pricing conditions going to be.

Ben Gurion International Airport (LLBG) is the biggest, and main, airport in Israel. Located just between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, the airport serves as a hub for Arkia, Sun D’Or, Isair Airlines, CAL Cargo Air Lines, and El Al, the flag carrier in Israel. Annually, over 24 million passengers visit the airport. It is said to be the world’s most secure airport.

Source: David Rosenfeld Facebook Page

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