Today a relevant third-party developer had news to share about its upcoming airports, while we take another look at an aircraft that should release soon.
We start with popular developer FlyTampa, which has decided to cancel its rendition of Montréal–Trudeau International Airport (CYUL), considering that two were released earlier this week and another is coming.
On the other hand, we hear that the highly-anticipated Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (EHAM) serving the capital of the Netherlands is now in "late testing" so it shouldn't be too far off.
While we don't get any new images of Schiphol, Sim Skunk Works released a new video of its SIAI-Marchetti SF.260 (also known as Leonardo SF-260), showing a take-off test.
You can watch it below. No update on the release date has been provided for the moment, but the aircraft is looking pretty snazzy.
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