Gaya Simulations Berlin Tegel Previews for Prepar3D and X-Plane 11

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Developer Gaya Simulations has shared a handful of new images for their upcoming Berlin Tegel airport for both Prepar3D and X-Plane 11. Announced back in May, Berlin Tegel Airport from Gaya Simulations will be a full rendition of the German airport. Despite the fact it will be closing later this year (in real-life), it will give people a chance to fly to and from the airport both with realistic operations and on historic values.

Prepar3D version.

Back in May, it was said that the airport was already in advanced stages of development so seeing the screenshots in the simulators highlight that this is indeed the case. From what we can see in the previews, there is already plenty of smaller details such as static aircraft, environmental wear on the signage and also very detailed terminal buildings.

X-Plane 11 version

As with other Gaya Simulation products, the X-Plane 11 and Prepar3D version will release simultaneously when the product is ready. You can find out more on their Facebook page.

We’ll keep you updated with any developments.


Tags : AirportBerlinSceneryTegel
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