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LARNACA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LCLK P3D5

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LARNACA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LCLK P3D5

LARNACA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LCLK P3D5

JUSTSIM

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  • Size
    752.85MB
  • Available since
    2021-01-18
  • PID
    14412
  • Description

    Larnaca International Airport (IATA: LCA, ICAO: LCLK) is an international airport located 4 km (2.5 mi) southwest of Larnaca, Cyprus. Larnaca International Airport is Cyprus' main international gateway and the largest of the country's two commercial airports, the other being Paphos International Airport on the island's southwestern coast.

    Larnaca Airport was hastily developed towards the end of 1974 after the invasion of Cyprus by Turkey on 20 July of the same year, which forced the closure of Nicosia International Airport. The site on which it was built (near the Larnaca Salt Lake) had been previously used as an airfield in the 1930s and, subsequently, as a military installation by British forces. Larnaca International opened on 8 February 1975, with only limited infrastructure facilities and a prefabricated set of buildings comprising separate halls for departures and arrivals. The first airlines to use the new airport were Cyprus Airways, using Viscount 800s leased from British Midland, and Olympic Airways, using NAMC YS-11s. Initially, the runway at Larnaca International was too short for jet aircraft

    Operations
    The status of Cyprus as a major tourist destination means that air traffic has steadily risen to over 5 million passengers a year. This is double the capacity the airport was first designed for. For this reason, a tender was put out in 1998 to develop the airport further and increase its capacity. Already completed elements of the expansion include a new control tower, fire station, runway extension, and additional administrative offices. The surrounding road network was improved by upgrading the B4 road and by completing the A3 Motorway. A new junction has been constructed near the new terminal. The new terminal was built some 500–700 m (1,600–2,300 ft) west of the old terminal, adjacent to the new control tower, with new aprons and jetways. The old terminal building is slated to be partially demolished and refurbished as a cargo centre, and is currently used as a private terminal for visiting heads of state, VIPs, and private aircraft operators.

    The airport's geographic location in-between Europe, Africa, Russia and the Middle East facilitates it as an airline hub for traffic and flight operations between these locations. It currently holds domestic, regional and international passenger and cargo services by over 30 airlines. 


    Fully compatible with FTX Global openLC Europe 
    Shading and occlusion (texture baking) effects on terminal and other airport buildings
    Ground polygons made with the requirements of the SDK Prepad 3D
    Dynamic lighting of the apron 
    Visual Docking Guidance System (VDGS) (SODE+GSX) 
    High resolution ground textures / Custom runway textures
    High resolution building textures
    Animated SODE Jetways 
    Surrounding area with custom autogen
    Custom restaurants and hotels on the coastal line of the sea
    Fully AI traffic compatible with accurat AFCAD file
    Excellent night effects
    3D birds
    Optimized for excellent performance
    Fully 3d taxiways lighting
    Automatic season change for vegatation, photobackground high resolution
    Realistic reflections on glass 
    Inclusion of manual in PDF format

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    Requirements

    Lockheed Martin Prepar3D V5.X
    Windows 7 / 8/ 10
    Dual Core Processor with 3 Ghz or better
    Min. 8196 MB RAM
    3D graphics card min 4GB 

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