Flightbeam Previews Toulouse for MSFS; Coming to P3D Soon

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A short blog post on Flightbeam’s new website has shared some new preview imagery for their upcoming Toulouse Airport (LFBO) scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The development team said that the product is “steaming forward with loads of detail” and that the airport is nearing completion. A small number of previews were also shared.

Toulouse-Blagnac Airport is the home of the final assembly line of the Airbus wide-body aircraft and some of the A320. The remainder of the Airbus narrow-bodies is also built-in Hamburg (Germany), in Mobile (USA) and in Tianjin (China). Toulouse also hosts some important maintenance facilities, as well as the ATR 42 and 72 final assembly lines. Along with this important industrial activity, the airport welcomed nearly 10 million passengers in 2019.

In addition to the new previews in Microsoft Flight Simulator, Flightbeam confirmed that a Prepar3D release will follow soon after. It is worth noting that Flightbeam’s Toulouse-Blagnac is developed by Thomas from Jetstream Designs. Make sure to stay tuned on FSElite for further news regarding the release. If you haven’t already, check out the new previews of Flightbeam’s other upcoming release, Auckland.

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