Frank Dainese Announces Everest Park 3D for X-Plane


Frank Dainese has announced an astounding scenery. Everest Park 3D is in development for X-Plane.

Mt. Everest needs no introduction. It is the tallest mountain in the world, reaching just over 29000ft. The stairway to heaven is part of the Himalayan Mountain Range. Lukla, which is where most climbers will start their ascent to the base camp at the bottom off the mountain, is also home to what many people call the world’s most dangerous airport. With a very short runway that goes uphill and a large drop off at the end, it is a very challenging airport to fly into and out of.

This scenery package will include over 1000 square kilometres of custom high resolution ground textures and mesh which will have the infamous Lukla, the small village around the airport, Mt. Everest, the town of Namche-Bazar, and several helipads scattered around the region. This project is a relatively new development and a release date has yet to be set.

If you wish to follow the development, stay tuned to FSElite for the latest on the development of Everest Park 3D for X-Plane.

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Hi, I’m Will Westlake and I’m an avid flight simmer. I first start back with FS2004 many years ago. From there I worked up the ranks of the simulators that were on the market. In my spare time, I love wrenching on cars and motorcycles. I am also a student pilot with a dream to fly in the big leagues. | View My Specs
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