FS2004 Rico EMB-120

PreviewOf the several models rolled out by the Family 12X, it's the EMB-120 Brasilia, originally EMB-120 Araguaia, which gained immense popularity as an aircraft with modular concept designs.

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Of the several models rolled out by the Family 12X, it's the EMB-120 Brasilia, originally EMB-120 Araguaia, which gained immense popularity as an aircraft with modular concept designs.

Coming into being in 1974, the EMB-120 Brasilia had an enhanced seating capacity - 24 to 30 - compared to the other aircraft belonging to the 12X family. Notwithstanding the fact that the EMB-120 Brasilia was meant to make use of the new 1500SHP Pratt & Whitney Canada PW115 turboprop, soon it underwent up-gradation to the 1892 ESHP PW118.

The EMB-120 aircraft received widespread attention for its unique specifications that include, among others, empty weight of 7,070 kg (15,586 lb), maximum take-off weight of 11,500 kg (26,433 lb), height of 6.35 m (20 feet 10 inch), wing area of 39.4 m, wingspan of 19.78 m, and length measuring to 20.00 m. The crew comprised of two pilots and a flight attendant with the maximum landing weight of the 30-passenger EMB-120 specified at 11,250 kg.

The EMB-120 Brasilia was widely seen as an ideal modern-day replacement to the DC-3, with increased speed. This prompted several regional airlines, including the U.S., to evince interest in the aircraft. In sharp contrast to other aircraft, the EMB-120 guaranteed direct services at a much faster pace around the whole of U.S. and Europe.

Unsurprisingly, the demand for EMB-120s kept growing, and close to 200 EMB-120 aircraft now remain pressed into service all over the world. Developed as the maiden transport category airlines of Embraer in 1974, the EMB-120 aircraft went on to enjoy better success story than the EMB-110.

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The archive ricoemb.zip has 31 files and directories contained within it.

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
aircraft.cfg03.28.041.30 kB
Check.CFG08.23.013.19 kB
E120SL_notes.txt11.30.020 B
E120SL.air04.03.046.34 kB
model02.12.040 B
model.cfg08.31.0127 B
E120PNTA.mdl09.02.01133.00 kB
panel02.12.040 B
panel.cfg04.08.9944 B
sound02.12.040 B
sound.cfg08.24.9932 B
texture02.12.040 B
e120pnta.BAF02.25.0017.16 kB
e120pnta.1AF05.12.0011.26 kB
e120pnta.CAF02.25.0037.58 kB
e120pnta.0AF05.12.003.38 kB
e120pnta.2AF05.12.0010.93 kB
e120pnta.3AF05.12.005.76 kB
e120pnta.4af05.12.005.11 kB
e120pnta.5af05.12.001.55 kB
e120pnta.6af05.12.001.98 kB
e120pnta.7af05.12.008.60 kB
e120pnta.8af05.12.002.07 kB
e120pnta.9af05.12.002.09 kB
e120pnta.aaf05.12.004.46 kB
e120pnta.daf08.31.0164.00 kB
E120SL.bak04.26.026.54 kB
Rico00.jpg03.28.0413.85 kB
Rico EMB-12002.12.040 B
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B
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jianqingThu, 06 Aug 2009 07:41:24 GMT
i do not recommend this! for your simulator's safety!

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