In a sharp turn of activity from scenery developer Tailstrike Designs, the developer has shared it's second preview in a week of Reggio Calabria Airport, located in Italy.
It was announced on June 29 that the product had just entered beta testing, after it's arduous conversion journey from Lockheed Martin's Prepar3D platform, on which it was first released at the beginning of last month.
On today's Facebook post, the group showed off nighttime previews of the airport, which sits on the Strait of Messina, separating the Italian mainland from the island of Sicily.
The developer has previously released one X-Plane scenery, a conversion of their Milan-Bergamo scenery which was made in partnership with Windsock Simulations, though a further airport was planned - that being Bari-Karol Wojtyla Airport in southern Italy, though there's been little news outside of the announcement on that front.
It's not clear whether Tailstrike Designs is working with previous conversion partner Windsock Simulations on Reggio Calabria, or whether it's an in-house project.
Aside from the news from the top of the week that the scenery had entered beta testing, no other release information has been released such as a price tag or specific dates - though based on previous launches from the developer, this is something they're likely to announce pre-release.
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