David Rosenfeld’s Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport In Beta Testing

David Rosenfeld Tel Aviv Ben Gurion (4)

David Rosenfeld has confirmed that his long-awaited Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport (LLBG) is finally in beta testing. Posting earlier today on Facebook, the developer also shared a handful of new images to commemorate the milestone. Whilst this is marked as Beta1, we’re hopeful that not too many will be required before being released.

Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport is the main international airport of Israel, and is also the busiest airport in the country. Serving over 24 million passengers in 2019 with airlines such as EI AI, Israir Airlines, Wizz Air and many more. The range of runways and terminal buildings mean it can server both smaller aircraft and larger aircraft for those long-hauls. It also has a busy cargo hub which sees operators such as FedEx, DHL and others frequent the airport.

Ben Gurion Airport from David Rosenfeld has been in development for a long while and it entering beta marks the start of a release plan. Once we hear more, we’ll let you know. You can see a range of other previews from earlier in development here.

Tags : AirportDavid RosenfeldLLBGSceneryTel Aviv
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