Lodz Airport Central Poland (IATA: LCJ, ICAO: EPLL), is a regional and a small international airport in central Poland, and is located approximately 6 km (3.7 mi) southwest of Lodz city center. The airport has been in operation since 13 September 1925 and has recently undergone a number of upgrades, enabling it to handle services by low cost airlines to destinations in Europe.
Lodz Airport is equipped with the ILS/DME, VOR/DME and RNP 1(GNSS) navigation systems. In the direction 25R, an ALPA-ATA cat. I approach lighting system VOR/DME and RNP 1(GNSS). In the direction 07L, there is a VOR/DME and RNP 1(GNSS) approach lighting system.
3D LED lighting technology
EPLL International airport, comletely 4K buildings with all detailed
Highly detailed Terminal Interior
Runway slop according AIP Poland
High resolution ground textures
All VFR points according to AIP Poland
Important objects in the Lodz city
EPLL charts by LIDO
Minimum System Requirements: Multi-core processor @ 3.5 Ghz or faster, 16 GB Ram.
3D video card with at least 6GB.