Windsock Simulations have today decided to share a couple of screenshots showcasing the currently developed Madrid Airport (LEMD) scenery for X-Plane 11 during the night-time. Based on the Facebook post, the night environment is now complete and the screenshots should showcase the final product, at least when talking about the night lighting.
Further, developers have also confirmed, that the development has started before they officially announced the development and that the scenery should enter beta by the middle of next month.
No exact release date has been announced yet. The same goes for the pricing conditions. It is important to know, that Windsock Simulations is only converting the Simwing’s Madrid scenery to X-Plane 11.
Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport (LEMD), also known as Madrid-Barajas Airport, is the main airport serving the capital of Spain, Madrid. Not only is the airport busiest in Spain passenger-wise, but also 2nd biggest in Europe area-wise. The airport serves as a hub for Iberia and Air Europa while being a focus city for Ryanair and Wamos Air, for example.