Windsock Simulations Shares New Previews of Madrid in XPL

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Following a degree of silence from Windsock Simulations, Emma and Ashley from the team have shared a range of previews for the upcoming conversion of Madrid Airport (LEMD) for X-Plane 11. In a statement on Facebook, Windsock Simulations said that some personal issues had to first be resolved but now that they are sorted, they wanted to share a “bumper crop” of previews for Madrid Airport.

Development is coming to an end on this massive airport with just a few things to fix and now prepare. They also confirmed that beta testing for the product will take place this month and that the images shared are representative of what the product will be when it is released. That said, there are trees and grass to various areas to complete the overall airport look.

The capital of Spain, Madrid, is home to one of the largest airports in the country; Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport (LEMD). The airport sees airliners from around the world visit the airport on a regular occurrence bringing leisure and business travellers from near and afar to the Spanish capital.

As beta testing progresses, there will no doubt be further previews. We’ll keep you updated with any further news. You can view even more previews on their Facebook post.

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LatinVFR Releases Madrid–Barajas Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator

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Following on from the recent previews from LatinVFR, the scenery development team has released Madrid-Barajas Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Madrid-Barajas Airport (LEMD) 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
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Ben Gurion Airport Coming to X-Plane; Update on Madrid Airport

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Windsock Simulations has provided a brief update on two airports coming to X-Plane 11. Whilst Madrid Airport (LEMD) continues development, Windsock Simulations also confirmed that they will be bringing David Rosenfeld's Ben Gurion (LLBG) to the simulator as well. The post shared on Facebook also gave us a first look at the upcoming airport in Tel Aviv. Before we share
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Windsock Simulations Previews Madrid in X-Plane 11

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Scenery developer Windsock Simulations has shared additional previews for their upcoming Madrid Airport scenery in X-Plane 11. The Facebook post shared some new screenshots that showcase work is well underway, despite the current "pre pre alpha" state it currently is in. The previews shared focus primarily on the control tower being in the correct placement and height thanks to the
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Windsock Simulations Announces Madrid Airport for XPL

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Scenery developer Windsock Simulations will be returning to Spain for their next project. The capital of Spain, Madrid, is home to one of the largest airports in the country; Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport (LEMD). The airport sees airliners from around the world visit the airport on a regular occurrence bringing leisure and business travellers from near and afar to the Spanish capital.

Windsock Simulations, known for their conversions of Prepar3D scenery over to X-Plane announced the news on Facebook. The plan for the team is to start the conversion in September, whilst working with Maps2XPlane who will support building the mesh files required for the busy airport. The development team will provide ongoing updates over the next few weeks and months whilst development continues, but did say that this is a large airport (3 times bigger than anything else they’ve done), so it will take some time.

In the meantime, Windsock Simulations did share a sneak preview of what to expect from the product.

In recent news, Windsock Simulations released Barcelona XP for X-Plane 11 via Aerosoft and also announced that users can expect an update to the airport software in the next 24 hours.

You can follow Windsock Simulations on Facebook to stay updated in the future.

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LatinVFR Updates Madrid LEMD To Version 1.1

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Released only 3 days ago, the Adolfo Suárez - Madrid Barajas Airport (LEMD) has been updated to version 1.1 by LatinVFR. The update, based on the feedback given by the first buyers, corrects minor bugs such as underground lights near terminals 1/2/3 and improves performance by reducing the size of some textures. The update can be downloaded on the buyer's account
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LatinVFR Releases Madrid Barajas LEMD For Prepar3D v4

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Following the round of previews that were sent to FSElite, LatinVFR has released their Madrid Barajas Adolfo Suárez (LEMD) airport scenery. The airport is fully modeled and extremely detailed. It comes along with 200 km² of surrounding terrain and includes several Madrid landmarks. It uses PBR surfaces and makes an extensive use of the possibilities offered by SODE, such as
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Aerosoft Madrid Professional Updated to Version

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Aerosoft / Sim-Wings has today updated their Madrid Professional to version for Prepar3D V4. The new updated primarily focuses on a brand new redesign of the ground layout in the south apron. The south apron is specifically for cargo airlines. Further updates include the enhancement of the ground layout and a fix to the tower area to make it
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SimWings/Aerosoft Mega Airport Madrid Professional Released

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SimWings has released their highly anticipated Madrid Professional scenery. Madrid has, for a long time, been missing from our simulators however it has now returned with a solid looking rendition of the airport. Madrid Professional can be purchased from the Aerosoft store for a price of €33.23 or €26.36 if you have previously owned Mega Airport Madrid. Being a professional product, it should
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