FS2004 Guinea Airways Lockheed Electra L10A
These Guinea Airways Ltd. textures are only to be used with FSDesign Berlins Lockheed Electra L-10A. Guinea Airways Ltd. used by this plane in the late 1930s. They were the first airline to use the Electra in the South Pacific area. This plane was later transferred to Union Airways NZ in 1946,...
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These Guinea Airways Ltd. textures are only to be used with FSDesign Berlins Lockheed Electra L-10A. Guinea Airways Ltd. used by this plane in the late 1930s. They were the first airline to use the Electra in the South Pacific area. This plane was later transferred to Union Airways NZ in 1946, and the registration number was changed to ZK-ALH and was named KOREKE. These textures were created with much help from Wayne Tudor. By Dale DeLuca.
Screenshot of Guinea Airways Lockheed Electra L10A on the ground.
Just make a copy of your original Electra Texture folder, and rename it Texture.GA then extract the 5 textures in this zip and when asked if you want to replace the textures already in the folder just say yes. Then add the following to your aircraft config. and change the xx to the next number in your list. You are now set to fly.
title=FSDB Lockheed Electra L-10A Guinea Airways LTD.
sim=FSDB2 Electra L-10
ui_type=Lockheed Electra L-10A
ui_variation=Guinea Airways LTD.
description=. Add your own description here.
The archive electra2.zip has 9 files and directories contained within it.
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|Electra L10 A Readme.txt
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url
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