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[TRAILER] Gaya – Berlin/Tegel

Time to discover the beautiful capitol of Germany; Berlin/Tegel Airport in Microsoft Flight Simulator #FS2020 developed by Gaya Simulations. We proudly present you the Official Trailer!

Berlin/Tegel Airport | EDDT, TXL

Welcome to Berlin-Tegel Airport!

Located a short 10 kilometres by road from the centre of Berlin, Tegel is most certainly an urban hub – and it’s this proximity which we, Gaya Simulations, have used to our advantage in making our next flagship scenery.

Blending with Microsoft Flight Simulator’s excellent default cityscape, we picked out Tegel with the city in mind. The skyline includes all of the points of interest you’ve come to know from the German capital – add to that a high quality custom model of the Brandenburg Gate which we’ve created and you’ve got an inseparable pair.

As always with Gaya Simulations airports, Berlin Tegel is designed for best in-class immersion, detailing and performance. Our artists have spent months trawling through documents, images and other primary sources in order to create the most compelling and realistic recreation of the airport on the market.

The hub of the now defunct Air Berlin, Tegel is the perfect place to perform some retro rotations – or if you’re looking for something more modern, perhaps try some Easyjet laps in the A320. Just try not to gawp as you approach over the beautiful city!


  • Accurate and up-to-date recreation of Berlin/Tegel Airport
  • Fully optimised for smooth performance
  • Operable and native Microsoft Flight Simulator jetways
  • High quality static aircraft
  • Interior modelling of some terminals viewable from the airside
  • Advanced hand-made animations to bring the airport to life
  • Stunning night environment lighting and effects
  • Sloped runways
  • Authentic Berlin Airport ground service vehicles
  • Rebuilt from the ground up with the Microsoft Flight Simulator SDK
  • And much more….

Prepar3D V4.4 (soon!)
• X-Plane 11 (soon!)
• Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 (released, 20/09/2020)