FlyTampa Cancels Montreal, Amsterdam in ‘Late Testing’, Boston Update Coming

It’s gotten too crowded for FlyTampa so their efforts are moving onto other projects.

Posted: 01-Aug-2023 @ 14:58z
FlyTampa Cancels Montreal, Amsterdam in ‘Late Testing’, Boston Update Coming

FlyTampa has announced on Facebook that are cancelling their development of Montreal with immediate effect.

The news follows the fact that MK-Studios just released their own rendition, and with FSimStudios also working on their version. It’s clear to them that continuing with the project would be too much and they felt “it got a little too crowded.”

Onto some more positive news. Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport is progressing nicely with FlyTampa expecting it to be coming soon. Whilst they haven’t given anything specific in terms of a release, George from the team said that the product is in late testing is is “looking good.” He also said that “it looked finished to [them] in last week’s build.”

In other news, FlyTampa also said that a free update for Boston Logan International Airport is in progress. George said that he is moving onto the ‘Lipstick’ terminal at the airport and will be released in due course for free.

We’ll be sure to continue to update you with any further information from FlyTampa.

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