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FSX Netjets Cessna Citation

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Netjets Cessna Citation, registration N916QS. Textures only for the Eaglesoft Design Group mode. Repaint by Bruce Leehan.

Netjets Cessna Citation on the ground.

Netjets Cessna Citation on the ground.

[fltsim.XX]
title=Eaglesoft Citation X 2.0 N916QS
sim=CitationX
model=
panel=
sound=
texture=N916QS
kb_checklists=citx_2_check
kb_reference=citx_2_ref
atc_id=N916QS
ui_manufacturer=Cessna
ui_type=Citation X 2.0
ui_variation="N916QS"
ui_typerole="Corporate Jet"
ui_createdby="Eaglesoft Development Group"
description=The Citation X will climb to 43,000 feet in just 30 minutes at its maximum takeoff weight, lifting you swiftly to transcontinental and transatlantic crossing altitudes. And the Citation X is certified to fly as high as 51,000 feet - where fuel efficiency is optimized and airline traffic is nonexistent. At 600 mph, the Citation X will run the mile in a sizzling six seconds. It covers 3,300 nautical miles in less time than any other business jet. It streaks from LA to New York in under four hours. And it shrinks the New York-to-London flight to under six hours. The Citation X can cross half a dozen time zones without a refueling stop. It combines cruising speeds of Mach .92 with true intercontinental and transatlantic range. The Citation X is no conventional aircraft. No other business aircraft in the world flies so far, so fast, on so little.

INSTALL:
Please copy the texture file (texture.N1136P) to your ESDG Citation X 2.0 directory. Then copy and paste the above text into your Citation X aircraft.cfg file and change the XX in fltsim.XX to the next number after the LAST aircraft listed in the cfg file.
Thank you for downloading...Have Fun!

Bruce Leehan

Netjets Cessna Citation on the ground.

Netjets Cessna Citation on the ground.

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CSX_2.004.06.100 B
readme.txt04.05.101.50 kB
screen1b.jpg04.06.10422.59 kB
screen2b.jpg04.06.10317.57 kB
texture.N916QS04.03.100 B
ESDG_X_fuse1.dds04.05.101.00 MB
ESDG_X_fuse1b.dds04.05.101.00 MB
texture.cfg09.30.09131 B
thumbnail.jpg04.06.1027.25 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B

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