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Digital Design Liverpool John Lennon Airport: The FSElite Review

Ddliverpool
7.5
Product Information
Developer
Digital Design
Purchase From
simMarket
Price
€20.50
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Version Reviewed
1.0
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As per our Community Charter, all of our reviews are free from bias, prejudice and favouritism. Don't forget, each reviewer has their own style and thoughts, although they all abide by the Review Guidelines - something I suggest you read.

Introduction

The very mention of the city of Liverpool in the United Kingdom means a lot of things to a lot of people. This popular city is synonymous with great music, sport, culture, tourism and business. In more relative terms it’s a great place to fly in and out of with our favourite simulators, in this case, Prepar3D v4.

Liverpool is the fifth largest city in the UK and is situated in the Northwest of England. The main airport is, of course, Liverpool John Lennon airport (EGGP) named after the Beatles musician John Lennon. The airport itself is situated on the banks of the estuary of the River Mersey, providing passengers with scenic departures and arrivals. Handling over 5 million passengers in 2018, this busy single-runway, single terminal airport is a popular choice for people commuting to major European cities and seasonal tourist hotspots. Ryanair and Easyjet are the most frequent carriers operating out of Liverpool daily.

 
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