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    LEBL-Barcelona For Tower!3D


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    FeelThere presents the newest Airport for Tower!3D - LEBL - Barcelona – El Prat Airport


     El Prat International Airport is located in Spain, southwest of Barcelona. This airport is one of the busiest airports in Spain.
     The airport has 3 runways, a cross one and 2 parallel.

    Terminals are separated into 2 main terminals and several subterminals. T1 is on the west part of the airport, which opened in 2009, and T2, terminal divided into A, B and C subterminals, is on the north side of the airport.

    FEATURES

    Advanced AI pilots to follow your commands
     Stunning 3D rendering of the airports
     Runway assignments for arriving and departing aircraft may be changed
     Runway intersection takeoffs are simulated
     Advanced routing to and from the runways and terminals can be assigned
     Dynamic lighting and shadows, day-night cycles provide a stunning visual experience
     Live airport with service cars for airplanes and vehicle traffic around the airports


    SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
     Tower!3D SP3 or Tower!3D Pro SP2
     Minimum computer specification:
     64 bit Windows 7 / 8 /10
     1.2 GHz processor
     4 GB RAM

    For further information visit the LEBL-Barcelona Homepage.

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    This brings back some memories .... I recently found in my closet a copy of the original "Tower" by BAO., dated 1995. Oh, those were the days. I'm sure a lot has changed, although in some respects this one looks a lot like it.

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    Although over 20 years old, I think that is still the best rendition of a 3D Tower sim ever made.

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    On 1/24/2019 at 11:42 PM, DavidP said:

    Although over 20 years old, I think that is still the best rendition of a 3D Tower sim ever made.

    That's because it was based off the codebase of a professional sim sold separately for training purposes.

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