FSX Boeing 747-200 Air Force One
- Complete with Base Model
- Download hits
- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
- File size
- 7.11 MB
- Virus Scan
- Scanned 20 days ago (clean)
- Access to file
- Free (Freeware)
- Content Rating
Dynamic Shine New 3D wheel with fixed rudder movement Fully animated control surfaces Fully independent suspension Main gear steering Trim Animation Opening Passenger, Cargo Doors Dynamic flexing wings Animated tilting bogies Rolling wheels Animated thrust reversers Fully reflective textures.(No virtual cockpit). Original aircraft model by Project Opensky Team, repaint Bill Kovatchev.
The archive FSXAirForceOne.zip has 69 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
Having recently picked up the Steam Edition of Flight Simulator X, I decided it was probably a good time to start putting things in there such as flight mods and other nice extras. With so many mods installed on the normal version of FSX, I thought I would try this mod out in the Steam Edition to give me something new that I hadn’t personally experienced before.
Therefore, when I first downloaded the mod and started it up I was pretty impressed by the immediate quality that the aircraft represented – many mods can look nice, but nothing out of the ordinary, but I was genuinely very impressed here.
Given the excellent Dynamic Shine effect, you get a really unique looking aircraft that genuinely takes on the characteristics of one of the real things. Including the fact that there are so many animated things going on at once, giving you all the help that you need to really understand how the aircraft is operating whilst you fly, you can easily get a nice little education of the mechanics and movements of an aircraft as interesting as the Boeing 747-200 AF1 aircraft.
It’s a really popular model, improved even further by Bill Kovatchev. He painted over the original Project Opensky model, giving it a nice new look and something for everyone to enjoy the look of. However, it’s not all just about the graphics as we all know and I have to say that the actual performance was equally as impressive as the look and the feel.
Having spent a lot of time reading into Boeing aircraft in the past I was really looking forward to trying this out and seeing what was going to be in store for me; I’d used them many times in the past, but not this particular model. It’s safe to say that the actual quality of the cockpit and all of the assorted features – not to mention the top rate animation within the cockpit itself – made it incredibly easy to start using and managing in the same manner as I was used to with other modifications.
All of the must-have features are included for you to get to grips with, too, and this will help you really understand what lies ahead for you in terms of the overall performance of the aircraft. You’ll have more power here than many will be used to, as well, thanks to the quality of the aircraft in general. The Boeing range is like aviation royalty, and it shows with the stunning selection of features and extras that await you if you decide to give this a shot. I knew roughly what to expect from the aircraft, but with so much going on inside it really does a great job of making the aircraft feel alive.
The passengers, the cargo doors and the flexing wings all look brilliant, too; it’s a modification that certainly brings the little things to the spotlight, which can only help sell you the entire picture here!
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