FlyTampa has given us a glimpse of the upcoming V2 version of their rendition of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. FlyAmsterdam V2 is set to release for Prepar3D first, and comes with a big list of changes. After the initial release of FlyTampa’s FlyAmsterdam scenery, it was followed up with an update to include PBR textures among other things, but as the real airport continued expanding and developing, the scenery started to look a little outdated. FlyAmsterdam V2 includes a newer version of the airport, most notably with the addition of the new terminal pier. FlyTampa has also added new passenger walking bridges that are present at the real airport, and updated several of the apron areas. The scenery includes a few more changes, one of which will be the inclusion of SODE jetways. Currently only available via third party implementations, SODE jetways for FlyAmsterdam have been high on the list of user requests. No release indication for the scenery was shared yet, but FlyTampa’s Emilio did indicate that development is nearly complete.
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Dutch guy that got lost and now lives in Finland. Flight simmer by day, mobile developer by night. Or vice versa.