FS2004 TDA Douglas DC-9-41
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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Toa Domestic Airlines textures only for SGA's latest Douglas DC9 series release. By Frank Idone.
Screenshot of TDA Douglas DC-9-41 in flight.
Simply unzip directly into your aircraft folder and edit your aircraft's config file:
title=SGA DC-9-40 TDA
ui_variation=TOA Domestic Airlines
description=DC-9 no.875 flown by Toa Domestic Airlines.\nLivery by Frank Idone.\n\nThe DC-9 was designed specifically to operate from short runways and on short- to medium-range routes so that the speed, comfort and reliability of jet transportation could be extended to hundreds of communities previously served only by propeller-driven airliners.\nSeries 40: To again meet airline demands for a DC-9 with more capacity, the Series 40 was developed with a fuselage length of 125.6 feet (38.3 m). Seating is available for up to 125 passengers, 10 more than the popular Series 30s. Below-floor cargo space totals 1,019 cubic feet (28.8 m3). The Series 40 uses the same wing as the Series 30. Series 40 engines are JT8D-9s, JT8D-11s or JT8D-15s. The model entered service in March 1968.
The archive dc941tda.zip has 24 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|SGA DC-9 Readme.pdf||09.23.04||153.00 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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