JustFlight Shares Palma de Mallorca Airport Development Update

Taking to their official in-development webpage, aircraft and scenery developer JustFlight has shared a development update with community members regarding their upcoming rendition of Palma de Mallorca Airport (LEPA) for MSFS.

Beginning their post by letting readers know that beta testing, while still ongoing, was originally coming along at a fast pace. Most issues were, up until recently, only minor ones that the team was quickly able to resolve. That was until the team’s over at Asobo Studios and Microsoft decided to share their most recent SU5 with the community. Since then, so the developer, several problems have reared their ugly heads, many of which are centered around the functioning of the scenery’s jetways and VDGS system, which are no longer working correctly.

After running comprehensive tests and after having tried to resolve the issues in-house, the team at JustFlight has concluded that the currently-encountered problems have to be resolved by Asobo and Microsoft themselves. Having reached out to the teams over at Asobo and Microsoft, JustFlight is yet to receive a response and, as such, has decided to postpone the release of their rendition of Palma de Mallorca Airport (LEPA) until a workable solution to the prevailing issues can be found.

While saddening, the decision to postpone the release is undoubtedly understandable. In consolation, the development team has shared some additional previews with the community to keep morale high.

As always, we will keep you updated regarding any new developments on JustFlight’s Palma de Mallorca Airport (LEPA) scenery for MSFS. In the meantime, feel free to head over to JustFlight’s official in-development page to check out their latest development update, which includes some additional previews of their upcoming scenery.

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