Just Flight Palma De Mallorca Development Update

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We last saw Just Flight’s upcoming Palma De Mallorca for Microsoft Flight Simulator back in February and since then, the team has progressed nicely with the product. Coming from a new development blog post on their website, the team say that they are “turning onto finals” with the project and hope that in the coming weeks, there will be more previews from the testing period.

The team has been committed from day one to ensure that Palma De Mallorca will be both performance-friendly and jam-packed with details to make the representation of the airport as real as possible. As a result of this, Just Flight has created every parking stand, each taxiway and incorporated accurate elevation data into runways and apron areas. In addition, it has been confirmed that ground service equipment and vehicles will add to the immersion and not interfere with aircraft. Further to this, it has been said that the night lighting is accurate, whilst ILS performance to guide aircraft to the touchdown zone has been improved.

The development blog confirmed that all building placement is complete with each building faithfully recreated and with details to make it look as realistic as possible. As the team moves forward, animations and other additions are being implemented to create a “living and breathing active airport.”

As the airport nears completion, you can be sure to stay tuned to FSElite to stay updated with progress. For now, you can also check out the development blog on Just Flight’s website, which also features even more previews of Palma De Mallorca Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

[27-APR-2021: This is a restored version of the article following a period of site downtime on the 27th of April 2021. Sorry if this story appeared in your social media or Discord feeds multiple times.]

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