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No date, but not far. This is on the front burners.

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We now decided on the name of the new product being Lukla - Mount Everest - Extreme. Simply put: What' awaiting you are extreme adventures around Lukla and Mount Everest. :)

 

Feature list

  • 5 high detail airports with all buildings and clutter objects like vegetation, people, animals, vehicles and more:
    - VNLK Lukla
    - VNSB Syangboche
    - VNPL Phaplu
    - VNKL Kangel Danda
    - VNRT Rumjatar

  • 7 generic airports with details like tower positions, ground layout and thrilling hand edited terrain:
    - VNKD Man Maya Khanidanda
    - VNBJ Bhojpur
    - VNTR Tumlingtar
    - VNRC Ramechhap
    - VNJI Jiri
    - VNTJ Taplejung Suketar
    - VNLD Lamidanda

  • 12 helipads, most of them in very high altitudes

  • A whopping coverage area of 200x200 kilometers

  • Detailed hand edited mesh terrain

  • More than 380 thousand cultivation buildings

  • More than 60 million (!) individually placed trees in their respective vegetation areas (e.g. shrubs in the alpine areas, tropical trees in the valley rain forests).

  • A hand edited and georeferenced combination of satellite imagery with higher resolutions around the core areas (see maps).

  • Modelled points of interest like hanging bridges, stupas etc.

  • Detailed mesh with rock and glacier outcrops around Mt. Everest Basecamp making helicopter landings there as challenging as they really are.

  • Extensive manual with custom made maps and airport charts.

  • Free bonus: Semi fictional to be build large “Tingri Airport” north of Mount Everest.

  • CONS: Not a single airport with a flat runway ;)

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These are better than expected.

great product 

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Wow then, I guess I will just have to wait ! Can't wait to get a hold of this one ! I agree Polo, seems like they are going all out on this one !

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Don't blame me but 60Million individual placed trees? How long you need for one tree? I just like to know what developers mean with this. 

I presume you have a software what places the trees. But it has your algorithm. Or am i wrong? 

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On 4/24/2019 at 6:50 PM, Sasa said:

We now decided on the name of the new product being Lukla - Mount Everest - Extreme. Simply put: What' awaiting you are extreme adventures around Lukla and Mount Everest. :)

 

Feature list

  • 5 high detail airports with all buildings and clutter objects like vegetation, people, animals, vehicles and more:
    - VNLK Lukla
    - VNSB Syangboche
    - VNPL Phaplu
    - VNKL Kangel Danda
    - VNRT Rumjatar

  • 7 generic airports with details like tower positions, ground layout and thrilling hand edited terrain:
    - VNKD Man Maya Khanidanda
    - VNBJ Bhojpur
    - VNTR Tumlingtar
    - VNRC Ramechhap
    - VNJI Jiri
    - VNTJ Taplejung Suketar
    - VNLD Lamidanda

  • 12 helipads, most of them in very high altitudes

  • A whopping coverage area of 200x200 kilometers

  • Detailed hand edited mesh terrain

  • More than 380 thousand cultivation buildings

  • More than 60 million (!) individually placed trees in their respective vegetation areas (e.g. shrubs in the alpine areas, tropical trees in the valley rain forests).

  • A hand edited and georeferenced combination of satellite imagery with higher resolutions around the core areas (see maps).

  • Modelled points of interest like hanging bridges, stupas etc.

  • Detailed mesh with rock and glacier outcrops around Mt. Everest Basecamp making helicopter landings there as challenging as they really are.

  • Extensive manual with custom made maps and airport charts.

  • Free bonus: Semi fictional to be build large “Tingri Airport” north of Mount Everest.

  • CONS: Not a single airport with a flat runway ;)

 

Looking forward to purchasing, downloading and flying.

One big question though - what about loading times and FPS rates - hope it isn't a killer otherwise we would be dead before we crashed at one of those extreme airports.

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On 4/25/2019 at 2:50 AM, Sasa said:

CONS: Not a single airport with a flat runway ;)

The first con ever I love !

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On 4/28/2019 at 4:09 AM, danewatson said:

 

Looking forward to purchasing, downloading and flying.

One big question though - what about loading times and FPS rates - hope it isn't a killer otherwise we would be dead before we crashed at one of those extreme airports.

 

It's still an area with a low population density, meaning there isn't too much like big airports with AI traffic etc. that can slow down a system. And in Aerofly FS2 performance isn't an issue anyway...

 

Bests,

Sascha

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5 hours ago, Sasa said:

 

It's still an area with a low population density, meaning there isn't too much like big airports with AI traffic etc. that can slow down a system. And in Aerofly FS2 performance isn't an issue anyway...

 

Bests,

Sascha

Thanks Sascha for that. I am P3D v4.5 not Aerofly FS2, but I assume it should all be good.

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16 hours ago, Sasa said:

It's still an area with a low population density, meaning there isn't too much like big airports with AI traffic etc. that can slow down a system. And in Aerofly FS2 performance isn't an issue anyway...

 

Bests,

Sascha

Thank you, but how for FSX Steam?

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On 3/1/2019 at 3:47 PM, masterhawk said:

 

Lukla is already a must have ! Can't wait to plan my flights inbound Nepal. Amazing job.

Thanks Masterhawk for the link ;)

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On 4/21/2019 at 7:15 PM, Mathijs Kok said:

No date, but not far. This is on the front burners.

Front Burners , I like that.... your English is a lot better than my German.

 

OK, so is it safe to assume ..... that a new Twin Otter is coming too ? 

 

!!!!!!!!!!

🤣

 

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No, honestly, no plans for that. Simply do not have the staff.

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I'll work for you......  unfortunately I cannot make aircraft though !

 

Oh well. God loves a try hard !

 

Shame. But we have the Dornier and even the DA62 !

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On 4/29/2019 at 7:33 PM, Raymond66 said:

Thank you, but how for FSX Steam?

 

It will be released for 32 bits FSX but it will of course not have the same detail. That's simply not possible in a 14 year old sim.

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23 hours ago, Mathijs Kok said:
On 4/29/2019 at 7:33 PM, Raymond66 said:

Thank you, but how for FSX Steam?

 

It will be released for 32 bits FSX but it will of course not have the same detail. That's simply not possible in a 14 year old sim.

Yes of course. Thank you for answering. :)

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Lukla apron:

 

Preview_May_001.jpg

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Those little details are the ones that make the difference between the good and the excellent

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Random shot from one of the low detail areas around Tumlingtar:

 

Preview_May_002.jpg

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And here's a little background insight: This is what the manually created mesh grid with rock and glacier outcrops around the Everest Base Camp tents looks like in development.

 

Preview_May_003.jpg

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Off we go for the first scenic flight departing from Lukla...

 

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Captured some shots during filming ... this scenery is something else compared to the old Lukla ...

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On 5/20/2019 at 1:51 AM, Miguel_V said:

Do you use ASCA? 

 

Those screenshots are from Aerofly FS2. There are no additional addons needed to get the rendering to look like that there. :)

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