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Everest for X-Plane Released

 

Everest Park 3D is now available for X-Plane 11. Designed by Frank Dainese and Fabio Bellini, Everest Park 3D covers an area of approximately 1000km2 in the Himalayas and 8,0000km2 on the border between China and Nepal.

The package includes Lukla Airport (VNLK), which is considered to be one of the most dangerous airports in the world, the track is just over 500m long and has a significant 12% slope in the initial part during take-off. It also features Syangboche (VNSB), which has a clay surface and is over 400m long. It is located just above the village of Namche Bazar, a mandatory stop for hikers to the Everest base camp.

In addition, seven helipads have been modelled, normally located in residential areas, scattered at various points along the route to the base camp.

The main mountains in the area have been accurately recreated with, mostly using 4K textures which were made from high definition photos and accurate custom mesh.

Everest Park 3D is available over on x-plane.org for $28.95 (£23/€25 approximately).

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