Highly reputed scenery developer Gaya Simulations has taken to their Facebook page to share a development update on their upcoming Lugano Airport (LSZA) rendition for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

The developer has expressed that they are currently working on the rendition at a good pace. They have also emphasized that the scenery will extremely accurate and will outstand from the other high-quality sceneries that they have rendered.

Gaya Simulations has not provided a features list but did attach two screenshots of their upcoming scenery.

From the screenshots, you can deduce that the developer has strived when it comes to detail. The ground of the apron looks to be very well textured, with cracks and darker spots replicated in some areas. The stands and taxiway markings also appear to be well placed. The main buildings of the airport such as the control tower or the hangars are also modelled in high definition.

The rendition does fit in very well with the town in the background as well as the marvellous mountainous landscape around.

No release date has been disclosed by the developer. This remains to be the same for the pricing of the rendition, which is yet to be announced. In addition, Gaya Simulations has teased about additional work in progress for the Germany-Austria-Switzerland World Update 6, where they will render EDHL, LSZR, and LOWK as well as all of the points of interest.

Author: Darun

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