In October, Aerosoft announced they would be bringing Berling Brandenburg to Microsoft Flight Simulator. Over the past few days, the development team has shared new screenshots of the airport in action. The new previews highlight some of the details in the terminal building and the groundwork that the developer has been putting into the scenery product. Extensive use of modern techniques is being used to make the airport as realistic as possible.
The initial opening of the airport was scheduled for fall 2010, but construction and certification issues postponed the opening of the airport for 31st October 2020. The airport will be able to handle up to 45 million passengers per year during normal times and will see a large number of airlines from around the world operating into the German airport.
As a reminder, the airport will feature a modern layout of the airport, with all aprons, buildings and taxiways present and correct. Custom aerial imagery is being used, along with specifically made landmark buildings and bridges in the nearby area.
No word was mentioned about a release date at this time, we’ll be keeping our eyes on it.
• Year 2020 layout of taxiways, aprons, buildings etc.
• Models using advanced MSFS techniques
• Ground terrain using advanced MSFS techniques
• Operable jetways
• Custom aerial imagery covering the airport and immediate area
• Landmark buildings and bridges in the vicinity of the airport
• Realistic night time dynamic lighting