Windsock Simulations have taken to social media to update their work in progress for Madrid Airport (LEMD), and Ben Gurion Airport (LLBG), both for X-Plane 11.
Apart from the screenshots, the developers have released few details about these particular airports. They have expressed, however, that they are hard at work on both products and hope for release soon. That being said, they do suggest that Ben Gurion, a more secretive project, may be released before Madrid.
In the meantime, enjoy the screenshots. Updates will come on their progress as we, at FSNews, receive it.
Madrid Airport, or better known as the Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport, is located 9km from Madrid’s financial district. It is Europe’s sixth busiest airport, and Spain’s most used. It covers an area of 7,500 acres, making it only second to Charles de Gaulle, in terms of size of airports in Europe.
Ben Gurion is Israel’s busiest airport, located on the northern outskirts of the city of Lod. It is named after Israel’s first Prime Minister, David Ben-Gurion. It is reported as being one of the Middle East’s most popular airports in terms of customer satisfaction.
There has been no announcements regarding release date or pricing for these products.