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FSX Executive Cessna C208B

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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defaultfsxcessnac208bexecutiverepaint.zip
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Executive repaint for the default FSX Cessna C208 Caravan. This aircraft has been seen in South Africa (Lanseria Airport) doing charter flights for business executives needing to be flown into remote locations in surrounding countries of South Africa and as well as in South Africa itself. By Brendon Myburgh.

Screenshot of Executive Cessna C208B on runway.

Screenshot of Executive Cessna C208B on runway.

FSX Cessna 208B Grand Caravan in executive colours. I tried my best to emulate the colours of a Cessna C208B that I've seen parked at Lanseria Airport just north of Johannesburg South africa.This Caravan is used by a charter company for the transportation of executives to remote locations up to Botswana, Namibia, Zambia & Mozambique as well as South Africa of course. This is my first repaint so its not as prefect as I was hoping for but I did the best with the default textures of the FSX C208b Caravan.

Installation:

This zip file contains only the texture files. You will not need to download anything since this one of the default airplanes of FSX . The intended method for installation is as an optional set of markings.

A) Create a temp folder on your desktop & then extract the all the textures in the zip file to this temp folder you have created .

B) Copy the folder with textures inside & Navigate to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\SimObjects\Airplanes & paste .

B) Edit the aircraft.cfg files to add a new [fltsim.x] section that reads as follows:

(Change "x" to be the next number in sequence -- don't duplicate or skip or it will not work).

Copy & paste the below into your default Cessna Caravan aircraft:

[fltsim.XX]
title=Cessna Grand Caravan_Executive Colours
sim=Cessna208B
model=
panel=
sound=
texture=Cessna C208B Executive Repaint
kb_checklists=Cessna208B_Check
kb_reference=Cessna208B_ref
atc_airline=Executive
atc_id_color=
atc_parking_types=RAMP
ui_manufacturer="Cessna"
ui_type="C208B Grand Caravan"
ui_variation="Cessna C208B Executive"
ui_typerole="Single Engine TurboProp"
ui_createdby="Microsoft Corporation"
description= Textures repainted by Brendon Myburgh "Wherever you want to go today, the Cessna Caravan can get you there. First introduced by Cessna in 1985, the Caravan was designed to land nearly anywhere, on land or water. Undoubtedly, it has lived up to its creators' intentions. Whether supplies need to be brought to a flooded village in the mountains of Peru, an injured person needs to be flown out from a remote lake in Alaska, or an archeologist wants access to a tiny site in the African desert, the Caravan has what's needed to do the job."

This repaint is freeware.

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The archive defaultfsxcessnac208bexecutiverepaint.zip has 11 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
C208_Pilot.dds05.31.10256.12 kB
C208_Spec.dds09.04.061.33 MB
C208_T.dds10.07.101.00 MB
c208b_4_C.dds09.04.06682.79 kB
Default FSX Cessna C208B Executive Repaint.gif10.11.10214.91 kB
Prop_C208B.dds05.26.1064.12 kB
README!!!!!.txt10.11.103.14 kB
texture.cfg08.14.06137 B
thumbnail.jpg10.07.10156.05 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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