LatinVFR continues to bring its portfolio of airport scenery products to Microsoft Flight Simulator. The latest previews from the scenery developer are for Madrid–Barajas Airport (LEMD) and were shared via the developer’s Facebook page.
Madrid-Barajas Airport is the busiest in Spain serving over 60 million passengers each year. The airport features 4 runways all over 3,500m in length, meaning that aircraft of any size can visit throughout the year. Madrid is home to Spain’s national carrier, Iberia, but also sees airlines such as Ryanair, Wizz Air, easyJet and Air Europa offering routes around Europe and the USA. For those seeking long-haul adventures from the airport can fly American Airlines, Emirates, Cathay Pacific and plenty of others.
The new previews showcase various parts of the airport including the main terminal buildings, the detailed ground markings and even a variety of static British Airways A380 models are currently positioned. The previews also confirm there is interior modelling and also the inclusion of some nearby POIs to complete the airport experience.
LatinVFR’s Madrid-Barajas Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator will be coming soon and owners of the Prepar3D version will be able to get a discount. The discount will only apply to those who buy the airport through LatinVFR’s store directly or through simMarket.