Aerosoft Releases Lukla for Prepar3D V4

Lukla Extreme P3d 31

The “World’s Most Dangerous Airport”, Lukla, has been released for Prepar3D V4. Aerosoft Lukla – Mount Everest Extreme is the successor to “Lukla X  -Mount Everest”, this new version brings far more content than the past and sets the bar even higher for Lukla and the surrounding area.

Lukla features an extremely short, severely sloped runway, with a mountain wall at the end, and poor weather. If that wasn’t enough fun, the airspace around Lukla is uncontrolled and has no navigational aids. Along with Lukla Airport, this package includes 4 highly detailed airports, Syangboche, Phaplu, Kangel Danda, and Rumjatar. Aerosoft additionally added 7 other airports that are less detailed but include; tower positions, ground layouts, and hand-edited terrain, these include Man kaya Khanidanda, Bhojpur, Tumlingtar, Ramechhap, Jiri, Taplejung Suketar, and Lamidanda. 12 helipads are included as well as Mount Everest basecamp.

No detail was spared while making this scenery, the coverage area spans a massive 200×200 kilometer area. Hand-edited terrain mesh with more than 366,000 cultivation buildings and more than 60 million individually placed trees sit upon hand-edited, geo-referenced, combinations of satellite imagery around the core areas that smoothly transition to default scenery. Individual points of interest and night illumination of Lukla are also included.

Aerosoft Lukla – Mount Everest Extreme can be downloaded from Aerosoft for €30.20. This is a brand new product, not an update for existing users of Aerosoft’s Lukla X.


  • 5 highly detailed airports with all buildings and clutter objects like vegetation, people, animals, vehicles, and more
  • 7 generic airports with details like tower positions, ground layout and thrilling hand-edited terrain
  • 12 helipads, most of them are at high altitude
  • A whopping coverage area of 200×200 kilometers
  • Detailed hand-edited mesh terrain
  • More than 366 thousand cultivation buildings
  • 60 million individually placed trees in their respective vegetation areas
  • A hand-edited and geo-referenced combination of satellite imagery with higher resolution in core areas, smooth transition to default scenery
  • Modeled points of interest like hanging bridges, strupas, etc.
  • Detailed mesh with rock and glacier outcrops around mt. Everest Basecamp
  • PBR-like sun and window reflections, bumpy terrain, water effects during rain or snow
  • Night illumination of Lukla
  • Extensive manual with custom made maps and  airport charts
  • Free bonus: Semi-fictional-to-be-build large “Tingri Airport” north of Mount Everest
  • CON: Not a single airport with a flat runway


Tags : AerosoftEverestHimalayaLuklaScenery
Daniel Wasinski

The author Daniel Wasinski

I have been a flight sim enthusiast for over 10 years starting with Flight Simulator X. Always eager to listen and gain knowledge about all things flying whether it be in the sim or the real world. Currently, a student pilot enrolled at ATP Flight School so I can turn my hobby into a career. I can always be found in the evening on projectFly crisscrossing the United States in my 737!
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