Fly Away Simulation

FS2004 Cunard Eagle Ariways Viscount 707

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Type
Repaint
Download hits
18
Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
Filename
v707cuna.zip
File size
657.47 KB
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Access to file
Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
Everyone

Built for Aer Lingus as EI-AFW and delivered in March 1954 this aircraft was sold to Eagle Airways in January 1960 as VR-BBJ. In March 1961 it was transferred to the renamed Cunard Eagle Airways when the shipping company bought a large interest in Eagle. It became G-ARKH until after Cunard pulled out and teamed up with BOAC. The airline was renamed British Eagle and this aircraft was sent back to the Caribbean taking up its previous marks of VR-BBJ in July 1962. Just two months later it was bought by Bahamas Airways who sold it in July 1963 to BOAC Associate Companies and reverted to G-ARKH. It continued with Bahamas Airways as VP-BCF when repurchased in January 1964. This continued until December 1968 when it was bought by Bahamas Development Corporation and WFU and stored Nassau, Bahamas. Sold to James Carter in July 1973 it was withdrawn at Little Rock Arkansas. Sold to Southern International Air Transport in December 1977 it was broken up at California City, California later the same month. Requires the FSDS Viscount 700 model by Rick Piper. By Garry Russell.

Screenshot of Cunard Eagle Ariways Viscount 707 in flight.

Screenshot of Cunard Eagle Ariways Viscount 707 in flight.

Installation:

Place the unzipped texture folder into the FSDS Viscount 700 folder and paste the above text into the aircraft config renumbering to the next available.

[fltsim.xx]
title=Vickers Viscount 707 Cunard Eagle
sim=FSDS Vickers Viscount 700
model=700
panel=
sound=
texture=Cunard
checklists=
description=Built for Aer Lingus as EI-AFW and delivered in March 1954 this aircraft was sold to Eagle Airways (Bermuda) in January 1960 as VR-BBJ. In March 1961 it was transferred to the renamed Cunard Eagle Airways when the shipping company bought a large interest in Eagle. It became G-ARKH until after Cunard pulled out and teamed up with BOAC. The airline was renamed British Eagle and this aircraft was sent back to the Caribbean taking up it's previous marks of VR-BBJ in July 1962. Just two months later it was bought by Bahamas Airways who sold it in July 1963 to BOAC Associate Companies and reverted to G-ARKH. It continued with Bahamas Airways as VP-BCF when repurchased in January 1964. This continued until December 1968 when it was bought by Bahamas Development Corporation and WFU and stored Nassau, Bahamas. Sold to James Carter in July 1973 it was withdrawn at Little Rock Arkansas. Sold to Southern International Air Transport in December 1977 it was broken up at California City, California later the same month./Model by Rick Piper. Repaint by Garry Russell.
ui_type=Viscount 700
ui_manufacturer=Vickers
ui_variation=Cunard Eagle Airways
atc_heavy=0
atc_id=G-ARKH
atc_airline=Cunard Eagle
atc_flight_number=KH

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The archive v707cuna.zip has 24 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
Read me.txt08.10.053.75 kB
Texture.Cunard08.10.050 B
4blade1.bmp08.24.0165.05 kB
Eng.bmp08.10.05256.07 kB
Eng_LM.bmp08.10.05256.07 kB
Fin.bmp08.10.05256.07 kB
Fin_LM.bmp08.10.05256.07 kB
fuse1.bmp08.10.05256.07 kB
fuse1_LM.bmp08.10.05256.07 kB
Fuse2.bmp08.10.05256.07 kB
Fuse2_LM.bmp08.10.05256.07 kB
Fuse3.bmp08.10.05256.07 kB
Fuse3_LM.bmp08.10.05256.07 kB
prop.bmp08.10.0564.07 kB
prop_LM.bmp08.10.0564.07 kB
Thumbs.db08.10.0553.00 kB
Wing-L.bmp08.10.05256.07 kB
Wing-L_LM.bmp08.10.05256.07 kB
Wing-R.bmp08.10.05256.07 kB
Wing-R_LM.bmp08.10.05256.07 kB
Thumbs.db08.10.054.50 kB
Viscount86.jpg08.10.05104.19 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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