FS2004 Air Canada Douglas DC-9-32 1967
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Textures only for SGA's latest Douglas DC-9 series release. By Frank Idone.
Screenshot of Air Canada Douglas DC-9-32 in flight.
Simply unzip directly into your aircraft folder and edit your aircraft's config file:
title=SGA DC-9-30 Air Canada 1967
ui_variation=Air Canada (1967)
description=DC-9 no.133 flown by Air Canada.\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. Fuselage of the Series 30 DC-9, actually second developed, is nearly 15 feet longer than the Series 10, at 119.3 feet (36.3 m), providing seats for up to 115 passengers and cargo space to 895 cubic feet (25.3 m3). Series 30 wingspan was increased to 93.3 feet (28.4 m), and a high-lift wing system of leading edge slats gives the Series 30 excellent short-field performance. The first of the type began airline service in February 1967. Most of the Series 30s are powered by either JT8D-7 or JT8D-9 engines. Others are equipped with JT8D-11 or the JT8D-15, with 15,500 pounds of thrust. The Series 30 is the most widely used member of the DC-9 family, accounting for approximately 60 percent of the entire fleet.
The archive d932ac67.zip has 23 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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