FSX AK Air Gulfstream G100

Preview This is an AK Air repaint for the Project Gulfstream G100 (G100P.ZIP). AK Air is a fictional airline that is based in Bakersfield, California. By Andre Karrs.

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This is an AK Air repaint for the Project Gulfstream G100 (G100P.ZIP). AK Air is a fictional airline that is based in Bakersfield, California. By Andre Karrs.

Screenshot of AK Air Gulfstream G100 in flight.

Screenshot of AK Air Gulfstream G100 in flight.

Copy the information below into the aircraft.cfg file and then replace the xx with the next number in sequence.

title=AK Air
ui_variation=AK Air
description=Astra evolved from the Rockwell Jet Commander aircraft, for which IAI had purchased the manufacturing license in 1968, and the IAI Westwind.The Astra wing design was modified and with a completely new fuselage created the Galaxy (later the Gulfstream G200) business jet during the 1990s. Work on an improved Westwind began in the early 1980s, with the first prototype flight on 19 March 1984. The first production Astra flew in March 1985, FAA certification came in August 1985 and customer deliveries started in 1986. The original 1125 Astra was replaced in by the Astra SP, announced in 1989 of which 37 were built. The third variant, Astra SPX, flew in August 1994. This variant was renamed G100 from September 2002 following Gulfstream's acquisition of Galaxy Aerospace, which held the Astra certifications, in May 2001. IAI builds G100s in Israel and then flies the completed airframes to the United states for interior outfitting. In September 2002 Gulfstream announced the improved G150, based on the G100. This new variant was due in 2005. It has been FAA certified for steep approach. A C-38A of the District of Columbia Air National Guard.The C-38 Courier is currently in use by the United States Air Force with the 201st Airlift Squadron at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. The C-38 has replaced the earlier C-21 Learjet. The C-38 differs from the standard Gulfstream G100, featuring US military-grade GPS, Tactical Air Navigation, UHF and VHF secure command radio, and Identification friend or foe system.

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The archive akairg100.zip has 11 files and directories contained within it.

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
cabina_piezas.bmp11.07.082.00 MB
G100_misc.bmp11.07.082.00 MB
G100_motores_L.bmp11.23.08512.06 kB
G100_motores_t.bmp11.23.08512.06 kB
G100_v1_L.bmp11.23.082.00 MB
G100_v1_t.bmp01.28.122.67 MB
Thumbnail.jpg01.27.1282.44 kB
Readme.txt01.29.122.10 kB
Thumbnail.JPG01.29.1229.27 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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