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Aerosoft Previews Lukla – Mount Everest Renders

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Sasa, in the Aerosoft forums, posted screenshots of the early development of their Lukla Airport scenery, on Saturday.

Lukla – Mount Everest was originally released for FSX back in 2006, but the whole scenery is now being rebuilt from scratch by the LimeSim and S3DD team to meet modern standards. The screenshots show just the base model of the airport grounds, without texturing.

We will keep you updated with the development as it progresses.

 
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Matthew

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Matthew is from the U.K. and has just finished his last year in college, studying mathematics, chemistry and physics. An avid plane spotter, he often visits Manchester Airport to get as many images and he can muster, as well as spending time at his local aerodrome (Manchester Barton). Being an aviation enthusiast, and hopeful future RAF officer, Matthew has been a part of the flight simming community for 7+ years.

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I sometimes ask myself why some developers want to show their work when its in its initial phase of development. This is not even 10% of the work, why would they post this?

I agree. So when they previewed this scenery in 2016 they basically hadn’t done any work yet (Only the photoscenery, which takes very little time (initially)). This is really Aerosoft at its best. Nevertheless I look forward to this scenery and appreciate the work, that is going into it. I just hate the communication style. I guess it was just to prevent others from doing Lukla before them…

I do enjoy seeing how much, and what type of, work goes into building an addon. It also serves to show how long development takes and appreciate the hard work and dedication involved.

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Some people like seeing things like this taking shape. It feeds the human curiosity, I suppose.

Interesting… but i`m still waiting for their PC-6 Porter and I dream with the DA`s F100 virtual cockpit.

the only real issue with the current version aka lukla 2.0 (the upcoming is actually 3.0) is that it displaces the airport and leaves the VNLK? icao as a dummy forcing you to use VNLK2. the old airport is still actually there… in pieces. i suppose it was the only way they can get the sloped runway done back then