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Airport Madrid XP Released

Airport Madrid XP has been released for X-Plane 11. Developed initially by Sim-Wings, and ported by Windsock Simulations, the airport is a full recreation of the busy Spanish airport in the simulator. As the largest airport in Spain, and the sixth in Europe, Madrid–Barajas Airport (LEMD) serves 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. Those seeking long-haul adventures from the airport can fly American Airlines, Emirates, Cathay Pacific and plenty of others.

The airport has been faithfully recreated in X-Plane 11 and brings with it a range of features unique to the simulator. In total, 400 km squared of aerial imagery has been included to ensure that the scenery blends with the simulator well, whilst all of the airport terminals and buildings have been included with the product. Detailed ground markings are also present, and the airport layout is accurate based on current data. Furthermore, the team has worked with Ortho4XP to include a custom mesh patch to ensure complete compatibility with the simulator.

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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"
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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.

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Aerosoft / Windsock Simulations Airport Barcelona XP Released

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Aerosoft, in conjunction with Windsock Simulations, has released Airport Barcelona XP for X-Plane 11. This is a port of the original SimWings version on Prepar3D and replicates Barcelona Airport - El Prat (LEBL). The X-Plane 11 airport features custom jetways and dynamic lighting as well as high-resolution 50cm/pixel aerial imagery throughout. The airport also has an extensive number of hand-placed buildings
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Windsock Simulations Further Previews Barcelona

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Scenery developer Windsock Simulations, along with partners Aerosoft and Sim-Wings, have added a release date on their Facebook page for their largest scenery yet for X-Plane 11. Barcelona airport (LEBL) is planned to be released on August 10th. The screenshots depict accurate placement of taxiway ground markings, taxiway polygon textures, 3D airport buildings and industrial zones. The developer has stated
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Windsock Simulations Previews Barcelona (LEBL)

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Windsock Simulations, an X-Plane 11 scenery developer, has taken to their Facebook page to announce that their upcoming Barcelona El-Prat (LEBL) scenery has entered beta. In their post, Windsock mentions that the airport is complete, as well as the city and ortho-photos for the area. X-Plane users can expect a release by the end of the month earliest. The developer also
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Aerosoft / Windsock Simulations Ibiza Final Previews Before Release

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Windsock Simulations announced that they are hard at work converting the SimWings/Aerosoft Ibiza Airport to X-Plane 11. Since then, the team has been somewhat quiet, but earlier today, the team shared what they regard as the final previews before the release. The new previews highlight the modelling work with terminal buildings, the ground clutter surrounding the airport and impressive texture
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