FS2004 Mexicana de Aviacion Airbus A300-603
- Complete with Base Model
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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- 2.74 MB
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- Scanned 25 days ago (clean)
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- Free (Freeware)
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Registration N100BA. This aircraft is repainted from the HNAC A300B4-603 base package. The aircraft model includes most of the standard features including animated control surfaces, flaps, passenger doors, cargo doors, and highly detailed, reflective textures. By Bernardo Aranda.
Screenshot of Mexicana de Aviacion Airbus A300-603 on the ground.
The A300-600 development of the earlier A300B4 incorporated a number of significant improvements and refinements, foremost being a two crew flightdeck and increased range.
Apart from the two crew EFIS cockpit, with digital avionics based on that developed for the A310, changes included the A310's tail empennage which increased freight and passenger payloads, small winglets (an option from 1989, standard from 1991), simplified systems, greater use of composites, Fowler flaps and increased camber on the wings, new brakes and APU, and improved payload/range through an extensive drag reducing airframe clean up and new engines. First flight for the A300- 600 was on July 8 1983, the first airline delivery was in March 1984.
The A300-600 was further developed into the longer range A300-600R, it's extended range courtesy of a fuel trim tank in the tailplane and higher maximum takeoff weights. First flight was on December 9 1987, first delivery was April 20 1988 (to American Airlines).
Convertible freight/passenger versions of all variants of the A300 have been offered, as has the all freight A300F4-600. The first new build pure freighter A300, one of 36 ordered for Federal Express, flew in December 1993. UPS is another major A300-600F customer, following it's September 1998 order for 30. Airbus also offers conversion packages of existing passenger A300s into freighters with a left side forward freight door and strengthened floor.
This base model represents model A300B4-603, msn #414, registration F-WWAS. The plane was deliverd to Lufthansa on June 25, 1987 and is still in service as reg. no. D-AIAP "Donauworth". The -603 model is only operated by Lufthansa on short haul operations.
- Moving elevator, elevator trim (yes, the whole horizontal stabilizer moves), rudder, aileron, flaps, slats, krueger flap, spoilers, spoileron.
- FS2002/4 style turning nose wheel, only turns when the plane is moving on the ground.
- FS2002/4 navigation, beacon, strobe, landing, taxi, rwy turnoff and logo lights.
- Dynamic shine on external parts.
- Reflective textures with light maps.
- Transparent cockpit windows.
- 2-stage rolling wheels.
- Retracting gear with tilting main gear bogies, mechanics true to Airbus specs.
- 3-stage rotating engine fan.
- Deploying thrust reversers (press F2 after touchdown).
- Working suspension.
- Opening passenger doors, Shift-E for left main doors, Shift-E-2 for remaining doors, Tailhook (have to assign key) for cargo doors.
- Realistic spoiler operation (ground spoiler, speed brakes and roll spoilers).
- Drooping ailerons and elevator without sufficient hydraulic pressure.
The archive a300mxa.zip has 37 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Model readme.txt||10.03.04||13.55 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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