Tailstrike Designs Releases Milan Bergamo Airport for MSFS

Scenery developer Tailstrike Designs has recently announced on their Facebook page, the release of their scenery rendition of Bergamo Airport (LIME) located in Milan. For the not so new Microsoft Flight Simulator.

The scenery boasts a range of features such as a fully updated 2021 airport layout, interior terminal modelling, AFIS system, full surrounding details, animated jetways, and much more (Full feature list at the end of the article)

The scenery can be purchased from the Aerosoft website for approximately €20.12 here.

Tailstrike Designs disclosed in a previous post that they plan to convert the scenery to X-Plane 11 and P3D in the future. Tailstrike Designs also plans to release Prague Airport (LKPR) for MSFS in the coming weeks.

Bergamo Airport (LIME) is one of three airports in the Milan region and is the third busiest airport in Italy seeing traffic from airlines such as Ryanair, EasyJet, Alitalia, Wizz Air, DHL, and many more. The airport saw almost four million passenger movements last year, a drastic reduction from the previous years ten to thirteen million movements due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Feature List

  • Updated Main Terminal and Apron with the last 2021 Layout
  • Interior Terminal Modelling with Passengers
  • AFIS System
  • New North Apron
  • Full surrounding details (No Blurry Satellitare Image)
  • Animated Jetways
  • Custom Signs
  • Full Native PBR Models
  • FPS Friendly

Author: Liam

Hi! My name is Liam, I am from Australia, I have been flight simming for around 5 years, mainly with X-Plane 11. I joined FSNews in October 2020 and I am excited to keep all of you informed on the latest flight sim news!

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