Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in development

FlyTampa working on a new project for Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

FlyTampa, well known for producing spectacular and detailed airport sceneries, many of which have been reviewed in the pages of PC Pilot, has been hard at work on a new ‘destination’ – Schiphol (EHAM).

Officially referred to as Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, it is the main international airport of the Netherlands and is situated 4.9 miles southwest of the Dutch capital. Also, in terms of passengers, it is the fifth busiest airport in Europe. Schiphol is the hub for a number of airlines such as KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Martinair Cargo. It also serves as a European hub for Delta Air Lines and as a base for easyJet – to name but a few.

Many visitors to the annual weekend flight sim event, held in Lelystad, will be very familiar with this airport, as it forms part of their journey on the way to the show.

Very little information is currently available on FlyTampa’s latest project, but the screen shots that have so far been released, accompanying this short announcement, promise something rather special is on the way…

Look out for further details in a future issue of PC Pilot.

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