On 7 km from the city of Milan lies an airport officially named Airport Enrico Forlanini, more commonly known as Milano Linate (LIML). Developer Jetstream Designs have recently released their rendition of this relatively small airport. So let’s take a look at it with this FSElite review.
We almost got it right! Last week we announced that Milano Malpensa airport would be releasing that week. Unfortunately for us it took a few days longer, but here it finally is! This historical airport, which saw its first flight on May 27th, 1910 in the form of the Caproni “flying machine”, is now an incredibly popular destination for people from everywhere around the world. After the pullout of its main operator Alitalia as one if its hubs times seemed a little dark for this airport, but it made a tremendous comeback and is now the #2 busiest airport in entire Italy!
The airport will feature highly detailed seasonal ground textures, SODE animated jetways, very detailed autogen, Orbx native land class integration, custom objects and vehicles, airport traffic and more! It’s available for both FSX and P3D ou can pick it up for €26,39 from the Aerosoft shop. If you are unsure about buying this airport, take a look at the screenshots below and make sure to keep an eye out for our review which will follow soon!
It seems like we have waited an age for a decent Milano Malpensa to reach Flight Simulation, but at long last one could be just around the corner.
We’ve known for a little while now that Aerosoft would be publishing David Rosenfeld’s rendition of the Italian airport. With beta testing now coming to a close, David has revealed that THIS WEEK, Milano Malpensa X will be released to the public. There’s also some cool new screenshots over on Facebook.
As soon as it’s out, we shall let you know. Oh and we’ll review it also!
Continuing on with developing scenery for Italy, Aerosoft have today announced that they will publish Milano Malpensa X and is in the later stages of development, with testing already on-going.
For those eagle-eyed among you, this is actually David Rosenfeld’s Milan that we featured a few weeks ago. You can see that progress has really been made, and a release should be soon.
Jetstream Designs have revealed some great new previews of their upcoming Milano Linate (LIML)). The shots show off the terminal building that they’ve been working on, with more features and objects to be added closer to release.
They also confirmed that Milano Linate will be out by the end of 2016!
For now though, check out the progress they have made.