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FS2004 Air Liberte Douglas DC-10-30 F-GPVA

Type
Complete with Base Model
Download hits
182
Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
Filename
sga103al.zip
File size
10.28 MB
Virus Scan
Scanned 25 days ago (clean)
Access to file
Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
Everyone

F-GPVA has been the one and only DC10 to wear the new Air Liberte colors, aka the "Human rights" livery. On the tail is written the primary manifesto of the Declaration of the Human rights. This aircraft wore the BA logo for a short period, after Air Liberte was taken over by BA. Then BA sold Air Liberte to Swissair, the BA logo was taken off and finally Air Liberte merged with an other French airline, AOM, before going bankrupt. Today there's nothing left of Air Liberte and F-GPVA is resting at Opa Locka near Miami. It was repainted in the Air Lib colors. No doubt it'll be scrapped and will never fly again. Happily you can enjoy this livery in FS (with or without the BA logo). Model by SGA.

Screenshot of Air Liberte Douglas DC-10-30 in flight.

Screenshot of Air Liberte Douglas DC-10-30 in flight.

[fltsim.0]
title=SGA DC-10-30 Air Liberte "Droits de l'Homme"
sim=SGA1030
model=30
panel=
sound=
texture=lib
kb_checklists=DC10CL
kb_reference=
ui_manufacturer=McDonnell Douglas
ui_type=DC10-30
ui_variation=Air Liberte "Droits de l'Homme"
visual_damage=0
description=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.
atc_heavy=1
atc_id=F-GPVA
atc_airline=Air Liberte
atc_flight_number=103
atc_parking_types=GATE //GATE, RAMP, CARGO etc.
atc_parking_codes=UAL //UAL, AAL etc

[fltsim.1]
title=SGA DC-10-30 Air Liberte no BA logo
sim=SGA1030
model=30
panel=
sound=
texture=libnoba
kb_checklists=
kb_reference=
atc_airline=Air Liberte
atc_flight_number=472
atc_id=F-GPVA
atc_heavy=1
ui_manufacturer=McDonnell Douglas
ui_type=DC10-30
ui_variation=Air Liberte no BA logo
atc_flight_number=103
atc_parking_types=GATE //GATE, RAMP, CARGO etc.
atc_parking_codes=FED //UAL, AAL etc
visual_damage=1
description= 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 sga103al.zip has 66 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
about F-GPVA.txt09.30.04889 B
Aircraft.cfg09.30.0414.31 kB
DC10CL.txt12.24.034.68 kB
Docs09.30.040 B
COGControl.bmp02.21.04676.05 kB
EULA.doc02.22.0427.00 kB
FILE_ID.DIZ02.21.04943 B
FuelLoad.bmp02.21.04658.29 kB
FuelPanel.bmp02.21.04333.92 kB
Quick Guide.pdf02.21.0411.89 kB
SGA DC-10 Instructions.doc02.21.0499.50 kB
SGA DC-10 Instructions.pdf02.21.04988.58 kB
Welcome to the DC10.pdf02.21.04207.28 kB
model.3009.30.040 B
Model.cfg02.21.0430 B
sga1030.mdl03.31.041.72 MB
panel09.30.040 B
panel.cfg12.29.0232 B
QuickDocs09.30.040 B
EULA.pdf04.10.047.98 kB
FLYING THE DC10.pdf02.21.0411.89 kB
SGA DC-10 Instructions.pdf04.12.04305.77 kB
Welcome to the DC10.pdf02.22.04513.89 kB
SGA1030.air04.10.048.13 kB
sound09.30.040 B
Sound.cfg09.01.0232 B
texture.lib09.30.040 B
Dc10_a_L.bmp09.30.044.00 MB
Dc10_a_t.bmp09.30.044.00 MB
Dc10_b_L.bmp09.30.044.00 MB
Dc10_b_t.bmp09.30.044.00 MB
DC10INTERIOR_L.bmp07.16.031.00 MB
DC10INTERIOR_T.bmp07.19.034.00 MB
Fans.bmp08.22.03257.07 kB
Fans_L.bmp07.06.03256.07 kB
intake_l.bmp07.11.03256.07 kB
intake_t.bmp07.11.03128.07 kB
WHEELS_L.bmp07.06.03256.07 kB
WHEELS_T.BMP07.06.031.00 MB
WINDOWS_L.BMP07.10.03256.07 kB
WINDOWS_T.bmp07.10.0364.07 kB
Wing_left_l.bmp07.11.031.00 MB
Wing_left_t.bmp09.30.044.00 MB
Wing_right_l.bmp07.11.031.00 MB
Wing_right_t.bmp09.30.044.00 MB
texture.libnoba09.30.040 B
Dc10_a_L.bmp09.30.044.00 MB
Dc10_a_t.bmp09.30.044.00 MB
Dc10_b_L.bmp09.30.044.00 MB
Dc10_b_t.bmp09.30.044.00 MB
DC10INTERIOR_L.bmp07.16.031.00 MB
DC10INTERIOR_T.bmp07.19.034.00 MB
Fans.bmp08.22.03257.07 kB
Fans_L.bmp07.06.03256.07 kB
intake_l.bmp07.11.03256.07 kB
intake_t.bmp07.11.03128.07 kB
WHEELS_L.bmp07.06.03256.07 kB
WHEELS_T.BMP07.06.031.00 MB
WINDOWS_L.BMP07.10.03256.07 kB
WINDOWS_T.bmp07.10.0364.07 kB
Wing_left_l.bmp07.11.031.00 MB
Wing_left_t.bmp09.30.044.00 MB
Wing_right_l.bmp07.11.031.00 MB
Wing_right_t.bmp09.30.044.00 MB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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