Aerosoft Releases Milan Milano Malpensa for X-Plane 11

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Aerosoft has released Milan Milano Malpensa Airport for X-Plane 11. Milan Milano Malpensa Airport is the largest international airport in Milan serving as a hub for Air Italy, Ernest Airlines, Cargolux Italia, and FedEx Express. In 2018 Milan handled a whopping 24,725,490 passengers and was the 25th busiest airport in Europe in terms of passengers. From Cathay Pacific to Hong Kong to the beaches of Miami on American Airlines, Milan Milano Malpensa has numerous long haul routes to and a plethora of short haul routes spanning all of Europe.

Aerosoft has recreated Milan with attention to every detail. 0.5 m/px ground textures on the airport grounds, exact ground markings on all aprons, and orthophoto of the airport and adjacent industrial area helps bring the airport and surrounding area to life. Authentic airport buildings with animated jetways, animated docking systems, and static aircraft helps make time spent at the gate very immersive and true to life. The SAM plugin for X-Plane is required to have both animated jetways and docking systems. Milan Milano Malpensa XP is available on Aerosoft’s store for €29.19.


  • Accurate models of all buildings, the tower, and terminals 1 and 2
  • Apron with exact ground markings
  • Detailed 0.5 m/px ground textures
  • Orthophoto of the airport and adjacent industrial area
  • Custom vegetation surrounding the airport
  • Realistic static aircraft
  • Animated jetways
  • Animated docking systems
Tags : AerosoftLIMCMilan MalpensaMilano
Daniel Wasinski

The author Daniel Wasinski

I have been a flight sim enthusiast for over 10 years starting with Flight Simulator X. Always eager to listen and gain knowledge about all things flying whether it be in the sim or the real world. Currently, a student pilot enrolled at ATP Flight School so I can turn my hobby into a career. I can always be found in the evening on projectFly crisscrossing the United States in my 737!
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