In a surprise teaser out of Aviotek Simulation Software, the developer has shared a screenshot of a number of folders hinting at a number of future products.
It includes the first confirmation we've had thus far about Aviotek's intentions regarding Microsoft Flight Simulator, yet at the same time affirms the developer's commitment to X-Plane, with all of the projects including Laminar's sim alongside that of Asobo Studio.
The first project pictured is a new announcement - 'FRA AIRPORT'. This of course refers to Germany's Frankfurt Airport and is set to be released for Microsoft Flight Simulator and X-Plane 11. No further images were made available.
Next up is the Tecnam P2008, which has already been announced for X-Plane 11, though now we have confirmation that it will be making the leap over to the new simulator.
A secret project was the next item in line and will be made for both X-Plane 11 and Microsoft Flight Simulator, though it's not clear whether it is an aircraft or a scenery.
Lastly for this teaser, a folder entitled 'MSFS20 CONVERTED AIRPORTS', which, as the title says, infers that the developer is indeed working on converting their portfolio of five sceneries to Microsoft Flight Simulator - these are: Skiathos, Treviso, Verona, Venice and Dubai.
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