FS2004 Trans Texas Airways Convair 240
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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- 4.45 MB
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- Free (Freeware)
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A repaint of Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson's CV240 Textures only. Repaint by David Grogg.
Screenshot of Trans Texas Airways Convair 240 touching down.
Unzip ttacv240.zip into your \aircraft\cv240bn folder. It should create a new folder called 'texture.TTa'.
Once you have the file unzipped, you have to manually edit the aircraft.cfg file to add an entry for the new textures. Open aircraft.cfg in the ...\Aircraft\cv240bn folder with a text editor like notepad. You will need to add a new [fltsim.x] section. The easiest way to accomplish this is to just copy one of the existing sections and change the [fltsim.x] number in your new section. In my aircraft.cfg, I copied the section [ftlsim.0] and pasted it after the [fltsim.1] section. I then named the new section to [fltsim.2]. Here is how my entry looks, you could copy this into your aircraft.cfg file:
description=Notes: While the Convair Liner series was begun by American Air Lines, ordering the CV-240, United Air Lines was the prime mover behind the CV-340. The 240's fuselage was shorter and had 1 less row of passengers.
That should be it. Enjoy your flight!
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