FS2004 70th Anniversary Of The Electra L-10

Preview PDF announcement and screen shots only; does not contain any actual aircraft. The prototype of the Lockheed 10 Electra registration X233Y was tested by Marshall Headle at Mines Field, Los Angeles on February 23, 1934. It first went into service with Northwest Airlines in June 1934, and within ...

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PDF announcement and screen shots only; does not contain any actual aircraft. The prototype of the Lockheed 10 Electra registration X233Y was tested by Marshall Headle at Mines Field, Los Angeles on February 23, 1934. It first went into service with Northwest Airlines in June 1934, and within twelve months they operated a fleet of thirteen aircraft.

Image showing 70th Anniversary Of The Electra L-10 on the ground.

Image showing 70th Anniversary Of The Electra L-10 on the ground.

In this file you find a detailed PDF documentation of the new FS Design Berlin Project by Arik Hohmeyer: Lockheed Electra L-10A - Northwest Airlines 1934 livery for FS2004. Made with FS Design Studio 2.24 -- coming soon. The new model features full animated moving parts, high detailed and reflective textures and a high detailed virtual cockpit. A suitable 2D panel is also in work and will be offered a little bit later.

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electra-doc.pdf01.24.0411.85 MB
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readFirst.txt01.25.041.81 kB
l10adoc.jpg12.29.0363.58 kB
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flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
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