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The Bristol Bombay was designed to serve both as a bomber and a troop transport. It first flew in 1935. It was too obsolete to use as a bomber in Western Europe when the war broke out but served admirably in the Middle East. This is a native FSX Acceleration model. It is painted for service in the Middle East desert. The Pegasus sound file is by Gary Jones. The VC has animated flight controls, working gauges and is based on photos of similar aircraft of the same era. By Paul Clawson.
Screenshot of Bristol Bombay in flight.
INSTALLATION: Unzip BBombay.zip into a temporary folder. Copy the folder Bristol Bombay into the Airplanes folder of FSX. That's it!
ui_typerole="Twin Engine Prop"
description="The Bristol Bombay first flew in 1935. Despite the all-metal, monoplane construction, the Bombay retained some features which were outdated at the time, such as its fixed undercarriage. Although it was outclassed for the European theatre, it saw some service ferrying supplies to the British Expeditionary Force in France in 1940. Its main service was in the Middle East, replacing the Vickers Type 264 Valentia. The Bombay was capable of dropping 250 lb bombs held on external racks, and was also used to drop 20 lb anti-personnel mines, which were armed and thrown out of the cargo door by hand. The aircraft flew bombing sorties in Abyssinia, Italian Somaliland, Iraq, and Benghazi. Obsolete as a bomber by European standards, the Bombays were predominately used as transports, ferrying supplies and evacuating the wounded."
The archive bbombay.zip has 76 files and directories contained within it. View them...
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Bristol Bombay||04.23.12||0 B|
|Bristol Bombay.air||04.22.12||6.27 kB|
|BB_trans .dds||04.23.12||64.12 kB|
|BB_Wheel .dds||04.23.12||256.12 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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