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LFKX Meribel for FSX from LLH Creations

Last updated Sat, 03 Oct 2015 15:32:52 GMT
Originally posted on Thu, 18 Jun 2009 20:08:46 GMT

Our new product, LLH6 Meribel will be available Saturday the 22th. Meribel is the well known high altitude airport near Courchevel in the French Alps. Once again, we have made a fully realistic scenery with of course the sloped runway. This is only for FSX, with or without the "BasePack Alpes du Nord" from France VFR.

This awesome recreation of the LLH6 Meribel Airport is a very impressive remake that manages to capture the features of an airport that, outside of the Alps, many people might know next to nothing about.

Airport with ski lifts

This friendly and welcoming airport is very interesting in that a lot of people will spend their time messing around with the design and the shape when editing it, but few will be able to get the depth of detail included here; if you compare this with images of the airport itself you should easily be able to spot the similarities between the model.

This is made to give you a real understanding of what an airport like this can be like and how it can be controlled, managed and looked after in the right way. If you take the time that you need to really understand this airport, though, you will find that it can be a very fun place to come and fly to visit. It’s classy and it really does look the part, with each and every facet of the design being created to really impose the will and the strength of the airport and make it as welcoming as possible.

The fact it manages to capture this mountain airport so realistically, though, is brilliant. The wooden structures that sit around nearby the airport and in the local winter sports resort really do manage to make the whole place light up a bit and really adds another layer of splendor to proceedings.

Given that the aircraft itself can be looked after in such a unique and charming way, though, is a very impressive situation. With the range of experience that has been included in this rather challenging airport, though, it becomes an interesting challenge to try and land at.

Airport in Summer

The rocky nature of the entire area mixed in with the fact that is more or less built in the snow and in the mountains means that, for the conventional airport, this is very challenging to land at properly. The run way and its unique slope have been included, too, which should make taking off and flying around in the area a whole lot easier than it would have been in the past.

To get used to this and to start understanding the importance of this airport, though, you can try it out at both the winter and the summer. The summer season naturally clears away a lot of the snow and leaves the place looking a whole lot more charming and welcoming than it would have been if you compared it to what you might be dealing with today.

As far as the winter and summer seasons designs go, though, the depth of detail and the difference in the layout and the overall theme and shape of the entire area is something to behold. If you want to see the Meribel airport made up to look as it should have in the first place, this package is very much worth your time. 

You can find more information on the LLH web site:
www.llhinfo.com

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Ian Stephens

About Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens is a flight simulation enthusiast also with a keen interest in aviation and technology.  Ian spends a lot of his time experimenting with various simulator packages but has a love for Microsoft Flight Simulator X because of the huge selection of add-ons available.  However, Ian also has copies of Prepar3D and X-Plane installed. 

Ian has been writing for Fly Away Simulation for over 9 years.  Should you wish, you can contact Ian via email at ian.stephens@flyawaysimulation.com.

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