Jetstream Designs Previews Milano Linate for MSFS

Jetstream Designs have taken today to their Facebook Page to share the first set of previews showcasing their upcoming rendition of Milano Linate Airport (LIML), one of the international airports serving the second-largest city of Italy, Milan.

This is the first time the development of the scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator was publicly mentioned. There was a lot of work done on the real airport in the past few years, and although the developer already made the scenery for older platforms, this new scenery will feature the new concourse built at the airport quite recently as well as the renovated terminal area and updated ground layout.

In the end, the developer promised to achieve an accurate 2021 airport rendition. Furthemore, it was said in the comment section, that the developers will try to keep the scenery up to date with the real airport as it is still being renovated.

For Prepar3D users of the scenery, there should be an upcoming coming in the future as well. It should bring the airport to the current real airport look.

No information was shared on the expected release date or pricing details.

Milano Linate Airport (LIML), also known as Linate Airport, is one of the international airport serving the city of Milan, Italy. Although it is hub for Alitalia it sees traffic from airlines such as British Airways, easyJet, or Air France as well. Annually, almost 10 million passengers visit the airport.



Author: George

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