The scenery is offered in two versions sold separately, one for FS2004 and another for FSX.
Each version is sold for US$ 17.50
Current Version: 1.4
Publication Date: 2013.03.13
Download free upgrade to v1.4 here.
BluePrint Simulations version of KLAX is by far the most detailed and accurate rendition ever attempted for this important airport. Being our home airport, we spared no effort to achieve the highest level of detail possible. All nine terminals and the west remote gates are depicted exactly as they exist today. Version 1.4 adds the American Eagle remote terminal and an updated, highly accurate rendition of the Tom Bradley International Terminal new concourse. The new concourse is due to enter oprations in late 2013. The air traffic control tower, the iconic LAX theme building and the old tower (now the airport’s administration building) are rendered at the highest level of detail possible as well. Ultrahigh resolution textures are used throughout the terminal complex to enhance the sharpness of the details.
The scenery also depicts other structures located within the terminal complex such as numerous parking structures and elevated roads as well as most of the general aviation facilities located within the airfield boundaries. There are three general aviation areas at LAX. West of the terminal complex there are maintenance facilities for American, Continental (United), US Airways, Qantas and FedEx. The fuel storage facility and the brand new fire station are also located in this area. The area just east of the main terminal complex includes Delta and United maintenance facilities as well as numerous airfreight and service buildings. The main airfreight complex, a FedEx package handling facility, two general aviation terminals and many other airfreight and general aviation buildings are located along the southern edge of the airfield. In addition, the scenery includes numerous buildings located outside the airport boundaries (along Century Boulevard) that are essential components of the environment encountered during final approach to LAX from the east.
The runways and taxiways are configured and labeled according to current official airport diagrams incorporating the numerous changes that have taken place over the last few months. New or modified components include the relocated runway 7R/25L; taxiway H added between the two south runways; taxiway R linking the north and south areas of the field; and a long-term parking ramp located along taxiway R. Other recent changes to the taxiway layout include extensive modifications to the taxiways near the departure end of runway 24L, the extension of taxiway D toward the west and, of course, the removal of taxiways S and Q in order to accommodate the new TBIT concourse.
FS2004 or FSX and Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8 (All versions)
Note: No measurable frame-rate degradation was observed using the hardware specified above as “fully tested”.
* BluePrint Simulations sceneries are designed and tested using nVidia GPU’s exclusively. For Current generation video card specifications visit nVidia.com. For ATI video card specifications visit ati.com
33 ° 56.55'N
118 ° 24.43'W
125 ft (38 m)
8925 x 150 ft (2720 x 45 m)
12091 x 150 ft (3685 x 45 m)
10000 x 150 ft (3048 x 45 m)
11095 x 200 ft (3382 x 60 m)
Tom Bradley Intl Terminal (TBIT)
Terminal 1 (Southwest/US Airways)
Terminal 4 (American)
Terminal 5 (Delta)
Terminal 6 (Alaska)
Terminal 7 (United)
Terminal 8 (United)