Fly Away Simulation

FSX DeHavilland Cirrus Seaplane A7-13

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Type
Repaint
Download hits
324
Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
Filename
dehavilland_cirrus_seaplane_a7-13.zip
File size
20.13 MB
Virus Scan
Scanned 21 days ago (clean)
Access to file
Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
Everyone

A repaint for the Golden Age Simulations freeware De Havilland DH60X Seaplane. A7-13 c/n 414 was one of 20 Cirrus Moths delivered to an early RAAF contract. In 1932 it was taken over by the Australian Civil Aviation Board, Dept of Defence and registered VH-UAU. It was loaned to the Australian Aero Club (Tasmanian Section) based at Western Junction Airport, Launceston. Stored in a shed until the early '60s. Now restored to static condition and on display in the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney where it is painted in Tasmanian Aero Club markings. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

Screenshot of DeHavilland Cirrus Seaplane A7-13 in flight.

Screenshot of DeHavilland Cirrus Seaplane A7-13 in flight.

Installation:

Copy the texture folder into the 'De Havilland 60X Seaplane' folder in the SimObjects 'Airplanes' folder and copy the text below into the aircaft cfg file, replacing the'xx' with your next number in sequence.

[fltsim.xx]
title=De Havilland 60X Seaplane A7-13
sim=DeHavilland 60X Seaplane
model=
panel=
sound=
texture=A7-13
kb_checklists=DH60_Checklist
kb_reference=The De Havilland DH 60 Moth
atc_id= A7-13
ui_manufacturer= De Havilland Aircraft Co LTD
ui_type= DH60 X Cirrus Moth
ui_variation= A7-13
ui_createdby="Golden Age Simulations"
description=Introduced in April, 1927, the DH60 X Moth was a follow on to the Mark II Moth introduced just three months earlier. It was powered by the same 84 horsepower ADC Cirrus II engine used in the Mark II but the engine was lowered a few inches in an attempt to improve forward visibility.

Images/Screenshots

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The archive dehavilland_cirrus_seaplane_a7-13.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
10254538.jpg10.17.12952.58 kB
10314739.jpg10.17.121.10 MB
10581922.jpg10.17.121.15 MB
Installation readme.txt10.17.122.61 kB
texture.A7-1310.17.120 B
chrome_steel.dds08.23.12256.12 kB
cirrus_floats.dds09.01.124.00 MB
cirrus_floats_Bump.dds08.31.124.00 MB
cirrus_floats_Spec.dds08.31.124.00 MB
DH60C_VC Panel.dds09.01.124.00 MB
DH60FSX_cockpit_in.dds08.30.124.00 MB
DH60GFSX_Fuse.dds10.17.1216.00 MB
DH60GFSX_Fuse_Bump.dds08.24.1216.00 MB
DH60GFSX_Fuse_Spec.dds10.17.1216.00 MB
DH60GFSX_Wing_L.dds10.17.1216.00 MB
DH60GFSX_Wing_L_Bump.dds08.24.1216.00 MB
DH60GFSX_Wing_L_Spec.dds10.17.1216.00 MB
DH60GFSX_Wing_R.dds10.17.1216.00 MB
DH60GFSX_Wing_R_Spec.dds10.17.1216.00 MB
DH60X_Int.dds08.20.124.00 MB
DH60X_Int_Spec.dds08.21.124.00 MB
DH60X_VC Panel.dds08.30.124.00 MB
eng_Cirrus.dds08.27.124.00 MB
eng_Cirrus_Spec.dds08.28.124.00 MB
eng_gipsy1.dds09.04.124.00 MB
eng_gipsy1_Spec.dds08.21.124.00 MB
engine_cirrus_moth.dds08.30.124.00 MB
engine_cirrus_moth_Spec.dds08.30.124.00 MB
exhaust.dds08.20.1264.12 kB
fuel.dds12.03.1164.12 kB
GAS Pilot_2.dds11.03.111.00 MB
GaugeGlass.dds08.19.121.00 MB
glass.ster.dds08.12.12256.12 kB
Kinner_prop_fast.dds07.14.12256.12 kB
Moth_Decals_UK.dds08.20.12256.12 kB
Moth_interior.dds08.29.124.00 MB
Moth_interior_Spec.dds08.21.124.00 MB
Moth_maps.dds08.20.121.00 MB
thumbnail.jpg10.17.121.15 MB
Thumbs.db12.17.0852.50 kB
tire.dds08.21.12128.12 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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