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News! - Scenery Release : Airport Madrid XP by Aerosoft


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The brand name on the packaging maybe Aerosoft, but this is all a Windsock Productions in a partnership with Sim-Wings, it is noted that this Madrid Barajas International Airport for X-Plane 11 scenery is a conversion of the Sim-Wing's Madrid International for the Prepar3D platform.


Sim-wings presents the Airport Madrid with all buildings and service facilities for X-Plane 11. The aerial image covers a total surface of 400 km², and the detailed 3D models and animations bring the scenery to life.


Given it's full title...  Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport is commonly known as Madrid–Barajas Airport, is the main international airport serving Madrid in Spain. At 3,050 ha (7,500 acres) in area, it is the second-largest airport in Europe by physical size behind Paris–Charles de Gaulle Airport. In 2019, 61.8 million passengers travelled through Madrid–Barajas, making it the country's busiest airport as well as Europe's sixth-busiest.



  • Airport Madrid-Barajas with all buildings and service facilities
  • Aerial image for the airport and its close environment (total of 400 km²)
  • Autogen buildings and vegetation for the entire aerial image area
  • Detailed airport buildings, terminal 4 and terminal 4 satellite with interior equipment
  • Detailed animated jetway models (using SAM plug-in)
  • Detailed ground markings
  • Dynamic lighting
  • Custom Mesh (Ortho4XP patch included)
  • Compatible with default AI Traffic and World Traffic 3


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X-Plane has been at a significant loss with no reputable Madrid Barajas Airport to use in the simulator. The Biggest barrier to any developer is the complex web and lattice work design structure of the terminals and associated buildings. So finally that hole can now be filled with this Windsock/Sim-Wings release of LEMD. But to note that this Windsock Madrid scenery is not compatible with Spain UHD, a popular freeware addon.


LEMD Madrid Barajas Airport images are all courtesy of Aerosoft



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Yes!...   Airport Madrid XP by Aerosoft is Available from the X-Plane.Org Store here :


Airport Madrid XP

Price is US$27.99



X-Plane 11
Windows, Mac and Linux
4 GB VRAM Video Card - 8 GB+  VRAM Recommended
Download Size: 2 GB
Current version: 1.0 (April 20th 2021)



News by Stephen Dutton

21st April 2021

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While as the review says a decent Madrid is overdue the preview shots of the scenery published a few weeks ago were not impressive including some lurid lime green areas. Even these screen captures look a little bright and burnt. Some of the detail like the red roof edging also looks very bold. Hopefully this isn’t an opportunity missed but the palette looks rather odd. 

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