As promised in yesterday’s post, Gaya Simulations have today shared via their Facebook page a total of nine screenshots previewing the Berlin-Tegel scenery for X-Plane 11. As well as yesterday, the previews are showcasing the airport area, to be more specific, the terminal area.
This is the first time Gaya Simulations previewed Berlin-Tegel scenery in X-Plane 11. The exact release date is yet unknown, but based on previous posts, it should be soon. The screenshots below are not representing the final product. For example, the static A320 will get a “massive treatment“.
Berlin-Tegel Airport is an international airport serving the city of Berlin, Germany. It is currently the main airport in Berlin. The airport operates flight to not only Europe, and serves as a hub for easyJet, Ryanair, Sundair and Eurowings.
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