Windsock Simulations has provided a brief update on two airports coming to X-Plane 11. Whilst Madrid Airport (LEMD) continues development, Windsock Simulations also confirmed that they will be bringing David Rosenfeld’s Ben Gurion (LLBG) to the simulator as well. The post shared on Facebook also gave us a first look at the upcoming airport in Tel Aviv.
Before we share the information on Ben Gurion Airport, a small update for Madrid was mentioned. The airport is still very much in development, but we’ll have to wait a little longer before we see it in X-Plane 11. The airport is still the largest ported over by the development team and despite help from Maps2XPlane, the airport needs a bit more time before it can come out. That said, the team said it “will be out very soon.”
As for Ben Gurion Airport, this airport development has been kept secret for a little while, but are now prepared to showcase off some of the first previews of the airport being ported to the platform. Even though the airport has just been announced, Windsock Simulations currently believe that it will be released before Madrid.
We’ll continue to follow the progress and inform you of the release of either of these airports and any future ports from Windsock Simulations. If you’re wanting to see more previews of Madrid in X-Plane 11, check out what Windsock Simulations shared beforehand.