FlyTampa’s Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (EHAM) is coming soon to MSFS
FlyTampa, one of the most respected and accomplished airport developers in the industry, has announced the imminent release of their highly anticipated Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (EHAM) scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator. This important launch will bring FlyTampa’s stunning rendition of EHAM to MSFS, following the launch for X-Plane late last year.
FlyTampa’s reputation for creating high-quality airport sceneries precedes them, with a long history of delivering intricate and realistic virtual environments. For MSFS, the developers have presented us with the best renditions of Boston Logan Airport, Corfu, Athens, Sydney, and Las Vegas.
EHAM, their latest project, is set to raise the bar even higher. Simmers can expect to find an array of custom buildings and objects, photorealistic textures, and carefully crafted nearby landmarks, all coming together to create an unparalleled scenery that will bring this bustling airport to life in MSFS.
Schiphol Airport, the main international gateway of the Netherlands and a fundamental international hub, is a fascinating destination for pilots around the world. Boasting six runways, it is one of the busiest and most complex airports in Europe. In 2021, it was ranked the fourth busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic and cargo volume. The airport’s intricate design, including intersecting runways and a wide range of air traffic, make it an exciting and challenging destination for pilots landing and departing.
FlyTampa’s rendition of Schiphol Airport will seek to capture this unique atmosphere by incorporating a wealth of details that will captivate both new and experienced simmers. Stay tuned for more updates on FlyTampa’s Amsterdam Schiphol Airport release. It should be just around the corner!