This is only usable by deleting the Asobo version
so I don't think this will be of much use to anyone any more after the UK update. I reckon I did a better job landside but who gives a toss? This version is now primarily for historians and people running out of space.
Only been to Liverpool twice myself. Once for twenty minutes with a lass who only wanted to see the Cavern Club, the cabbie looked like he wanted to die when she said that, and to fly out to the Isle of Man for the TT as it was the only route that didn't cost a million quid. A fine airport indeed.
All ground textures and markings have been stripped and replaced. Many buildings have been erased and replaced. Others have had better buildings rammed into their innards. The control tower is an, erm, unusual concoction but it is at least the correct height. The flying school up the end has been fleshed out. Loads of bits have been detailed.
I've tried to match reality wherever possible but obviously there are limitations with the standard buildings.
Since there is no yellow submarine available I have chosen to install an elephant driving a speed boat. Some may ask what that symbolises. This is for each of us to find out for ourselves.
For some reason many sites that I get to work on become heavily distorted when loaded in the editor and then loaded in the sim when done. Everything landside on this one had to be reflattened even though it's flat as standard. It's OK for me but if this mangles any parts of the airport for you let me know. I'll be very sad if it does.
The original taxi system has been kept and in places this makes for some cheesy ground markings. Theirs, not mine.
Probably not of interest to most people as they're using the Asobo version, but I realised I was hardly flying here so would rather not have a pointless gigabyte used up and gave this a quick going over to replace it.
This recompiles it, adds a few thingies from my airport asset library and removes some irrelevant ground textures to make the package smaller.
The second download is the Piddly Edition with no ground textures which makes it only a couple of hundred kilobytes for those who are truly mean with their storage space.