Fly Away Simulation

FS2004 AirTran Boeing 737-400

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Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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1.23 MB
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Scanned 26 days ago (clean)
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A repaint of the default B737 in AirTran Airways colors. AirTran recently ordered several new 737's to add to their fleet. Although the order was for the 700 and 800 series, this is a representation of what their new 737's will look like, assuming the current paint scheme is kept. Also includes reflective textures. Repaint by Patrick Finch.

Screenshot of AirTran Boeing 737-400 in flight.

Screenshot of AirTran Boeing 737-400 in flight.

Thanks for downloading my first FS2004 repaint. This repaint is intended to be stand-alone; it is not intended to replace any of the default FS2004 737-400 textures. It also features reflective textures. AirTran will soon be flying the 737, so this will give you an idea of what the new aircraft will look like, assuming the current paint scheme is kept. You may notice that the tail number along the side of the aircraft is difficult to read, but with the AirTran paint scheme this is the area where the stripes go down the side of the aircraft and also where the colors change. It couldn't be helped. Sorry!

INSTALLATION: Extract this entire archive to your FS2004\aircraft\b737_400 folder, making sure you have "use folder names" checked in the WinZip dialog box. A new folder will be created within entitled "texture.x" - you will want to rename the folder, substituting the letter x with the number of your next texture number. For example, if your last texture is texture.4, rename your new folder texture.5 - after this is done, copy and paste the information below into your aircraft.cfg file, again substituting the x's with the appropriate texture number:

title=Boeing 737-400 Paintx
ui_variation="AirTran Airways"
description="One should hardly be surprised that the world's most prolific manufacturer of commercial aircraft is also the producer of the world's most popular jetliner. The 737 became the best-selling commercial jetliner worldwide when orders for it hit 1,831 in June 1987 (surpassing Boeing's own 727 as the previous champ). However, it wasn't always that way\s in the first few years of production, there were so few orders that Boeing considered canceling the program. They didn't, and the airplane has more than proven itself in over three decades of service."

After this is done you should be good to go. Just fire up FS2004 and your new aircraft should show up in your 737-400 aircraft menu.

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The archive has 13 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
texture.x08.07.030 B
737_panel_decals.bmp11.21.02170.74 kB
737_Panel_Decals_2.bmp10.27.0242.74 kB
737_Panel_Decals_2.psd10.27.02242.31 kB
737_Panel_Decals_3.bmp02.17.0310.74 kB
at734.jpg08.07.0384.55 kB
B737_400_C.bmp10.29.02682.74 kB
b737_400_L.bmp04.24.0385.40 kB
b737_400_t.bmp08.07.031.33 MB
README.txt08.08.032.54 kB
file_id.diz08.08.03388 B
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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