Shortly to be retired in real-life, Berlin-Tegel has just opened its doors in Microsoft Flight Simulator with a new rendition of the airport out courtesy of Gaya Simulations.
Tegel is the fourth airport Gaya Simulations have released for Microsoft Flight Simulator, making them the most prolific developer just outside a month after release of the new platform.
Zell am See, Kos and Vienna were previously made available for Asobo's sim.
"Located a short 10 kilometres by road from the centre of Berlin, Tegel is most certainly an urban hub - and it's this proximity which we, Gaya Simulations, have used to our advantage in making our next flagship scenery," reads the product description.
"Blending with Microsoft Flight Simulator's excellent default cityscape, we picked out Tegel with the city in mind. The skyline includes all of the points of interest you've come to know from the German capital - add to that a high quality custom model of the Brandenburg Gate which we've created and you've got an inseparable pair."
The developer opted not to include a feature list with this scenery.
In terms of pricing, the airport is currently available on OrbxDirect for $27.24 AUD (approx. US$19.84 | €16,81 | £15.43) - the scenery will also be made available on the Microsoft Marketplace in the coming days.
A package deal containing Berlin-Tegel and Vienna takes 15% off both sceneries, bringing the cost to a total of $46.30 AUD.
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