Over on the Aerosoft forum, many work-in-progress previews have been posted of the in-development Lukla – Mount Everest in AFS2.
Lukla – Mount Everest was originally released for FSX back in 2006. In 2016, it was announced that the entire scenery is getting reconstructed from scratch by the LimeSim and S3DD team.
The previews below show Lukla’s eye-catching details up close such as dirt on the runway and local pets and animals placed around the perimeter of the airfield. Aerosoft’s rendition of Lukla will include a huge coverage area including over 10 airports within the scenic autonomous region.
Lukla – Mount Everest will soon be available with an initial release for AFS2, FSX and Prepar3D with an X-Plane 11 release to follow after. We’ll endeavour to keep you updated on any new development news regarding Aerosoft’s Lukla – Mt. Everest.
Unfinalised List of Features
- Detailed rendition of Lukla airport with its famous sloped runway.
- Syangboche and Phaplu airstrips nearby
- Detailed rendition of Mt. Everest
- Customized VFR objects in the area, including monasteries, scientist camps, Mt. Everest camps…
- New aerial and satellite imagery covering a larger area (including some of Tibet)
- Detailed mesh terrain
- …and other cool stuff 🙂