Tailstrike Designs to develop for X-Plane

Sam Clark
Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Another ESP-platform developer announces X-Plane move: Tailstrike Designs and Windsock Simulations have outlined plans to partner up and co-develop Milan/Bergamo Airport for X-Plane 11. Tailstrike Designs, publishing through Aerosoft, previously released Bergamo Professional late last month for Prepar3D V4. Orio al Serio Airport is located 45km south of Milan and is the city's third largest airport. 26 carriers operate out of LIME, though the largest presence is held by Ryanair.

NOTE: Images used in this article are from the Prepar3D version of the scenery, as no screenshots of the X-Plane version are available yet.

In a post on Facebook earlier today, Windsock Simulations announced plans to bring LIME X to Laminar's sim, in cooperation with Tailstrike and Aerosoft. Windsock Simulations released their first scenery just a few days ago - another conversion, in partnership with MK-Studios. Lanzarote Airport (GCRR) is available here.

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