FS2004 Wardair Airbus A300-203 Update
Detailed and accurate model recreating the A300B4 in all its prestige. Full compliment of animations including accurately deploying spoilers, accurate flap animations, full and accurate lighting 3D engine fans, detailed landing gear with accurate retraction sequence, opening cargo and passenge...
- Complete with Base Model
- Download hits
- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
- File size
- 1.52 MB
- Virus Scan
- Scanned 29 days ago (clean)
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- Free (Freeware)
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Detailed and accurate model recreating the A300B4 in all its prestige. Full compliment of animations including accurately deploying spoilers, accurate flap animations, full and accurate lighting 3D engine fans, detailed landing gear with accurate retraction sequence, opening cargo and passenger doors, fully deploying thrust-reversing doors, automatically extending landing lights (no gauges required), tilting trucks on the landing gear that remain level with the ground during rotation. Repainted by Shane Strong. Original by SGA.
Screenshot of Wardair Airbus A300-203 in flight.
- Erick Cantu (Model, Textures)
- Chris Trott (Technical Advisor)
- Bill Lutz (Technical Advisor)
- Harald Nehring and FrankWei (Use of their A310 FDE)
- Albaro Villegas (Maintenance Facility Planner Used as Reference)
- Steve Dra for the paintkit
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I had flown with your company out to Edmonton near the 21 of November, 1986 and returned early December back to Toronto and enjoyed my flight both ways. I'm sad to know the company was gone. BTW, I was on the a-300 airbus