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FS2004 Air Canada Boeing 747-400

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Type
Complete with Base Model
Download hits
353
Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
Filename
os74_ac.zip
File size
3.33 MB
Virus Scan
Scanned 13 days ago (clean)
Access to file
Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
Everyone

Air Canada Boeing 747-400, registration C-FBLA. Model by Project Open Sky. Repainted by Alex Siu.

Screenshot of Air Canada Boeing 747-400 raising landing gear.

Screenshot of Air Canada Boeing 747-400 raising landing gear.

Features ( in depth ):

  • Fully animated control surfaces.
  • Fully independent suspension.
  • Main gear steering.
  • Trim Animation.
  • Opening Passenger, Cargo Doors.
  • Dynamic flexing wings.
  • Animated tilting bogies.
  • Rolling wheels.
  • Animated thrust reversers.
  • Fully reflective textures (Each part has different degree of reflection based on material.)
  • Accurate flight dynamics (Accurate FDE with full profiles for wheels, tires, struts, leading/trialing struts, engine types ... Tested by real pilots.)
  • Accurate spoiler animation.
  • Detailed textures.
  • Full night lighting.
  • Visible landing lights from the thingypit.
  • Reflective thingypit windows.
  • Crash affects.
  • Transparent Nav light lenses.

Install:

  1. Just unzip the file and send the Aircrafts folder to the FS2002 AIRCRAFT FOLDER.

Operation:

Opening Passenger door: Shift + E ( Opening door )
Opening Cargo Bay door: ( Arrest hook )
Opening Cargo door (Combi and Cargo only): ( Folding Wing )

Screenshot of Air Canada Boeing 747-400 on the ground.

Screenshot of Air Canada Boeing 747-400 on the ground.

 

Images/Screenshots

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The archive os74_ac.zip has 43 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

This list displays the first 500 files in the package. If the package has more, you will need to download it to view them.

Filename/Directory File Date File Size
747-400-GE-CF6-80C2B1.air11.10.029.04 kB
7471.jpg11.27.0370.25 kB
7472.jpg11.27.03156.92 kB
7473.jpg11.27.03143.76 kB
Aircraft.cfg11.27.0322.46 kB
model11.27.030 B
mdlcode.jpg10.27.02110.51 kB
Model.cfg11.25.0338 B
POSKY743CCF65T24BA.mdl05.11.031.63 MB
POSKY744PGET12SBA.mdl11.11.021.71 MB
panel11.27.030 B
panel.cfg09.17.0234 B
readme.txt11.27.032.79 kB
sound11.27.030 B
sound.cfg04.18.0132 B
texture11.27.030 B
posky744fan.bmp09.17.0264.68 kB
posky744fanfast.bmp09.17.0264.82 kB
posky744_bodyl_l.bmp11.11.021.00 MB
posky744_bodyl_t.bmp11.26.034.00 MB
posky744_bodyr_l.bmp10.14.021.00 MB
posky744_bodyr_t.bmp11.26.034.00 MB
posky744_doors_l.bmp10.14.021.00 MB
posky744_doors_t.bmp11.27.034.00 MB
posky744_eng_GECF6_l.bmp10.14.0264.06 kB
posky744_eng_GECF6_t.bmp09.14.022.00 MB
posky744_gear_l.bmp10.14.0264.07 kB
posky744_gear_t.bmp08.13.02128.08 kB
posky744_misc_l.bmp10.14.021.00 MB
posky744_misc_t.bmp11.27.034.00 MB
posky744_vertical_l.bmp10.14.02256.07 kB
posky744_vertical_t.bmp11.27.031.00 MB
posky744_window_t.bmp09.09.02170.75 kB
posky744_wingbottom_l.bmp10.14.0264.06 kB
posky744_wingbottom_t.bmp08.13.022.00 MB
posky744_wingtop_l.bmp10.14.0264.06 kB
posky744_wingtop_t.bmp09.17.022.00 MB
posky_tire1.bmp03.19.0216.92 kB
posky_tire2.bmp03.19.0216.68 kB
Thumbs.db11.27.0381.50 kB
Opensky_747_400 Air Canada11.27.030 B
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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Peter B.Sun, 18 Aug 2019 21:09:27 GMT

Hi, I have engines 2 and 3 on fire, smoke, and sparks. How I can "extinguisher" all that? Thanks to you.

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