DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
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  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
  • DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
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02/25/201912282
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Liverpool John Lennon Airport (IATA: LPL, ICAO: EGGP) is an international airport serving North West England.
Originally called Speke Airport, in 2001 the airport was renamed after Liverpudlian musician John Lennon of The Beatles.
Passenger numbers have increased almost ten-fold since the mid-1990′s, with the Airport moving from 20th to the 12th busiest airport in the UK. The airport handled just over 5 million passengers 2018.

  • Detailed airport objects and vehicles created using PBR materials
  • Realistic wet, puddles effects(PBR materials)
  • High resolution textures on the airport buildings
  • High resolution ground textures created using PBR materials
  • Realistic high resolution vegetation throughout the area
  • Custom surroundings, almost every house and tree in area.
  • Scenery configurator for customization
  • 3D grass
  • Friendly FPS
  • High resolution terrain coverage of the airport and surroundings
  • Realistic 3D night lightning
  • Dynamic lighting including animated vehicles
  • Highly realistic night time effects with custom 3D runway and taxilights
  • Animated airport vehicles, cars.
  • Support GSX docking system (GSX recommended)
  • Compatibility with ORBX Global, ORBX England
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Angus Rowlands
*Verified Product User*
2019-03-07 00:19:56
Excellent job well done by Digital Design highly recommended
Heikki Laukkanen
*Verified Product User*
2019-03-06 15:33:53
I think some people who buy this have let it get them carried away. Firstly as renditions go, aside from non airside scenery which was very scarce in UK2000's version, it still had the same scenery as here. The only difference thats been made between the older version for fsx and this version for p3dv4.4 is the resurfacing of the runway to make it compliant with PBR, at night time it feels extremely clunky and choppy and thats with dynamic lights off. I run a high end pc with the latest nvidia graphic's card with a lot of memory so I should be able to plain sail straight through this choppiness but its impossible. Also during the day, even in cloudy conditions the apron and runway look far too metalic, and although day time has no real hit on the fps, the addition of the metalic looking apron / taxiway and runway isnt being realistic. The tarmac is light to dark rain depending on whether. The taxiway / runway signage in sunshine makes it impossible to even read due to the sun bouncing off the sign making it shiny and unable to read. This is my nearest aiport and I fly from here from time to time because its much easier to navigate than Manchester airport, and compared to Gary's version, we've needed and updated remade Liverpool airport, but for me, while it looks aestetic during the day and early evening, it should be far more optimized than it is. At night time its definiately not usable by this reviewer due to massive fps spikes even with dynamic lights off! f this doesnt receive an update pretty soon, I wont have a choice but to revert back to Gary's old tired version which works perfectly, he did mention somewhere he plans to update this airport at some stage because it desperately needs it. 3 stars is for the day time use when the sun isnt blinding me via the road signage
Sergey Kazakov
*Verified Product User*
2019-02-27 21:10:18
Another masterpiece from a great company DIGITAL DESIGN!
Keep it up guys !!!
Anowanul Kabir
*Verified Product User*
2019-02-27 00:58:37
This review is only an initial, very basic, first impression, and will be updated or replaced with a thorough one later.

I was not too happy with Gary's Liverpool airport to be honest, and wished that someone else would make a better, modern one. When I saw Digital Design's announcements and trailers for the airport, I decided to place a bet on it and buy it. Suffice it to say I didn't expect such a high quality and accurate airport (and surrounding scenery, landmarks etc) for such a low price.

Graphics wise it's extremely impressive, and much to my surprise, had little to no impact on frame rate. As a matter of fact, after uninstalling Gary's EGGP and replacing it with Digital Design's, I am getting a solid 50-60 fps about 95 percent of the time in my test aircraft (the default mooney bravo retro) with nearly all graphics sliders set to their highest. With Gary's EGGP installed, my fps was poor and used to hover around 30-50 for some unknown reason (most probably it's not optimized properly for p3d? who knows).

The objects, the Hilton Hotel, car park, cars, animated cars, control tower, animated radar, approach, ILS and runway lights all have a very modern and high-definition feel to them. Gary's EGGP ruined my runway and placed large, ugly and improperly shaped lights on it. Digital Design's fixed all that.

I tested the airport during night time but for a very short period of time and it looked splendid. These devs really know what they are doing. I'll have to do more test at night later on. I think I'll make a video review of it even.

Long story short, my initial impression is 9.5 out of 10. I failed to find any visual anomalies, glitches, elevation issues or improperly placed textures. I'll do a more thorough review later. In the meantime, I can proudly, confidently and definitely say that if you are a flight simmer and have even a passing interest and respect for Liverpool, John Lennon, the Beatles and EGGP, then Digital Design's Liverpool airport is a must-buy. Let there be no doubt about it.
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FILESIZE
686MB
REGISTRATION KEY
Registration key after purchase, see order details page in customer account
NOTES
An Internet connection is required for Activation. Click to read the installation how-to for more information.
REQUIREMENTS

Prepar3D v4.4

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DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
Angus Rowlands
Excellent job well done by Digital Design highly recommended
DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
Heikki Laukkanen
I think some people who buy this have let it get them carried away. Firstly as renditions go, aside from non airside scenery which was very scarce in UK2000's version, it still had the same scenery as here. The only difference thats been made between the older version for fsx and this version for p3dv4.4 is the resurfacing of the runway to make it compliant with PBR, at night time it feels extremely clunky and choppy and thats with dynamic lights off. I run a high end pc with the latest nvidia graphic's card with a lot of memory so I should be able to plain sail straight through this choppiness but its impossible. Also during the day, even in cloudy conditions the apron and runway look far too metalic, and although day time has no real hit on the fps, the addition of the metalic looking apron / taxiway and runway isnt being realistic. The tarmac is light to dark rain depending on whether. The taxiway / runway signage in sunshine makes it impossible to even read due to the sun bouncing off the sign making it shiny and unable to read. This is my nearest aiport and I fly from here from time to time because its much easier to navigate than Manchester airport, and compared to Gary's version, we've needed and updated remade Liverpool airport, but for me, while it looks aestetic during the day and early evening, it should be far more optimized than it is. At night time its definiately not usable by this reviewer due to massive fps spikes even with dynamic lights off! f this doesnt receive an update pretty soon, I wont have a choice but to revert back to Gary's old tired version which works perfectly, he did mention somewhere he plans to update this airport at some stage because it desperately needs it. 3 stars is for the day time use when the sun isnt blinding me via the road signage
DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
Sergey Kazakov
Another masterpiece from a great company DIGITAL DESIGN! Keep it up guys !!!
DIGITAL DESIGN - LIVERPOOL P3D4
Anowanul Kabir
This review is only an initial, very basic, first impression, and will be updated or replaced with a thorough one later. I was not too happy with Gary's Liverpool airport to be honest, and wished that someone else would make a better, modern one. When I saw Digital Design's announcements and trailers for the airport, I decided to place a bet on it and buy it. Suffice it to say I didn't expect such a high quality and accurate airport (and surrounding scenery, landmarks etc) for such a low price. Graphics wise it's extremely impressive, and much to my surprise, had little to no impact on frame rate. As a matter of fact, after uninstalling Gary's EGGP and replacing it with Digital Design's, I am getting a solid 50-60 fps about 95 percent of the time in my test aircraft (the default mooney bravo retro) with nearly all graphics sliders set to their highest. With Gary's EGGP installed, my fps was poor and used to hover around 30-50 for some unknown reason (most probably it's not optimized properly for p3d? who knows). The objects, the Hilton Hotel, car park, cars, animated cars, control tower, animated radar, approach, ILS and runway lights all have a very modern and high-definition feel to them. Gary's EGGP ruined my runway and placed large, ugly and improperly shaped lights on it. Digital Design's fixed all that. I tested the airport during night time but for a very short period of time and it looked splendid. These devs really know what they are doing. I'll have to do more test at night later on. I think I'll make a video review of it even. Long story short, my initial impression is 9.5 out of 10. I failed to find any visual anomalies, glitches, elevation issues or improperly placed textures. I'll do a more thorough review later. In the meantime, I can proudly, confidently and definitely say that if you are a flight simmer and have even a passing interest and respect for Liverpool, John Lennon, the Beatles and EGGP, then Digital Design's Liverpool airport is a must-buy. Let there be no doubt about it.
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