FS2004 Swedish Douglas DC-3
A repaint of the default DC-3 / C-47 as the Swedish privately owned ES-AKE, the so called "Vallentuna DC-3". One of the six DC-3's still flying in Scandinavia today. This is a texture only, not the whole plane. Based on the repaint kit by Mark Beaumont. Aircraft photo by Janne Laukkonen. Paint...
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A repaint of the default DC-3 / C-47 as the Swedish privately owned ES-AKE, the so called "Vallentuna DC-3". One of the six DC-3's still flying in Scandinavia today. This is a texture only, not the whole plane. Based on the repaint kit by Mark Beaumont. Aircraft photo by Janne Laukkonen. Painted by Kim Dahl.
Screenshot of Swedish Douglas DC-3 on the ground.
Just put the folder texture.ESAKE into the folder of your default DC-3 and add the following lines to the aircraft.cfg, replacing the X in [fltsim.X] with the next vacant number in your collection:
title=Douglas DC-3 Vallentuna
description="The "Vallentuna DC-3" is one of the 6 DC-3's still flying in Scandinavia today. It has served in the RAF, the RCAF and private companies in the U.S and even in Zaire! Today it is maintained by the private Swedish organization Vallentuna Aviatorforening (Vallentuna Aviation Club), having its home base about 20 kilometers north of Stockholm. Repaint of the default DC-3 by Kim Dahl using the DC-3 repaint kit by Mark Beaumont. February 2004."
That should be just about it. Start your FS2004 and find Vallentuna Aviatorforening in the Douglas DC-3 section.
Have a nice flight!
The archive dc3esake.zip has 18 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|The real bird.jpg||11.20.03||180.48 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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