FS2004 Aeromexico Douglas DC-10-30
In the tradition and spirit of excelling with Flight Simulator add-ons, SGA is proud to offer an update to the DC10-30 aircraft. The newly compiled model offers their new "Dynamic Flexing Wings", which means you will see the wings flex up during takeoff, flex up and down on a hard landing or w...
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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- 3.96 MB
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- Free (Freeware)
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In the tradition and spirit of excelling with Flight Simulator add-ons, SGA is proud to offer an update to the DC10-30 aircraft. The newly compiled model offers their new "Dynamic Flexing Wings", which means you will see the wings flex up during takeoff, flex up and down on a hard landing or when encountering turbulence in-flight as affected by the current phase of flight and atmospheric conditions. Also with the assistance of a real world DC10 pilot, SGA have updated the flight dynamics to realistically represent the aircraft to a better degree than ever before. Requires base package SGA1030.ZIP. By Frank Idone.
Screenshot of Aeromexico Douglas DC-10-30 in flight.
Simply unzip directly into your aircraft folder and edit your aircraft's config file:
Substitute "fltsim X" for the appropriate entry in YOUR cfg. So if this is the 4th DC-10, you make this one 5: (Remember the numbering starts with 0)
title=SGA DC-10-30 aeromexico
ui_variation=Aeromexico (Early 90s)
description=Model by SGA, Aeromexico repaint by Frank Idone. The Series 30 offered considerably improved payload and range capability with increased fuel capacity and thrust, which necessitated an increase of 10 feet in wingspan and the addition of a center main landing gear assembly. Most popular of all the variants, a total of 206 Series 30s were built, including 27 -30CFs, 4 extended range -30ERs, and 12 pure freighter -30Fs. Unlike the Series 10, most -30s were ordered without the optional lower deck galley to allowed increased cargo capacity. First revenue flight for a Series 30ER was on December 15, 1972 with Swissair. The Series 30CF (Convertible Freighter) was first certified in March 1973 and placed into revenue service in April 1973.
The archive dc103am.zip has 31 files and directories contained within it.
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|
|New Folder.lnk||03.20.04||739 B|
|FLYING THE DC10.pdf||02.21.04||11.89 kB|
|SGA DC-10 Instructions.pdf||04.12.04||305.77 kB|
|Welcome to the DC10.pdf||02.22.04||513.89 kB|
|47861_75 cencus.rtf||04.18.04||1.47 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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