Tailstrike Designs has taken to their Facebook page earlier today to share preview screenshots showcasing their upcoming Milan Bergamo Airport (LIME) rendition for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Milan Bergamo Airport (also known as Orio al Serio Airport) is located 45km northeast of Milan and is the third busiest airport in Italy. The airport offers commercial flights to many parts of Europe and North Africa. Examples include Casablanca and Málaga.
As of today, details concerning the features of the rendition have not yet been disclosed by the developer. The pricing of the product as well as the release date are also yet to be released.
However, it can be drawn out from the previews that Tailstrike Designs has modelled the terminal building of the south apron with their respective stands. The nighttime screenshots also depict the modelled lighting effects of the scenery, illuminating the vibrant control tower as well as the cargo apron.
The developer will release more updates regarding their product, so stay tuned! There will also be more previews shown of their Prague rendition (LKPR) for MSFS on the 19th of July. They have stated that the development of their Prague scenery will not get affected by Bergamo’s rendition as there are two separate teams working on their respective projects.
Finally, Tailstrike Designs explained on their Facebook post that the scenery will eventually be rendered to X-Plane 11 and Prepar3D in the future.