Fly Away Simulation

FS2004 Guernsey Airlines Viscount 735 1979

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Type
Repaint
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Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
Filename
v735gurn.zip
File size
577.21 KB
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Free (Freeware)
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Everyone

In April 1978 Alidair bought the three Viscounts from Iraqi Airlines. One had been damaged beyond repair in a landing accident a few years before and was a spares source and the other two flew to Castle Donnington to be prepared for service. One went to Alidair Scotland as G-BFMW while this machine became G-BFYZ with the newly formed Guernsey Airlines. Taking up UK marks on 1st December 1978 it was leased to Guernsey Airlines on the 6th of the same month. the airline was up and running for the summer season or 1979. Wearing the name "Sarnia" the aircraft served throughout the Alidair network, with its Guernsey services often being operated by Alidair machines. This was not to be a long career as on October 25 1979 while landing at Kirwall the number four propeller struck the ground causing it to veer off the runway and the undercarriage to collapse. It was replaced by G-BDRC. Requires the FSDS Viscount 700 model by Rick Piper. By Garry Russell.

Screenshot of Guernsey Airlines Viscount 735 in flight.

Screenshot of Guernsey Airlines Viscount 735 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 735 Guernsey Airlines 1979
sim=FSDS Vickers Viscount 700
model=700
panel=
sound=
texture=guernsey79
checklists=
description=In April 1978 Alidair bought the three Viscounts from Iraqi Airlines. One had been damaged beyond repair in a landing accident a few years before and was a spares source and the other two flew to Castle Donnington to be prepared for service. One went to Alidair Scotland as G-BFMW while this machine became G-BFYZ with the newly formed Guernsey Airlines. Taking up UK marks on 1st December 1978 it was leased to Guernsey Airlines on the 6th of the same month. the airline was up and running for the summer season or 1979. Wearing the name "Sarnia" the aircraft served throughout the Alidair network, with its Guernsey services often being operated by Alidair machines. This was not to be a long career as on October 25 1979 while landing at Kirwall the number four propeller struck the ground causing it to veer off the runway and the undercarriage to collapse. It was replaced by G-BDRC./Model by Rick Piper. Repaint by Garry Russell.
ui_type=Viscount 700
ui_manufacturer=Vickers
ui_variation=Guernsey Airlines 1979
atc_heavy=0
atc_id=G-BFYZ
atc_airline=Guernsey
atc_flight_number=828

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The archive v735gurn.zip has 23 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
Read me.txt08.19.053.50 kB
texture.guernsey7908.19.050 B
4blade1.bmp08.24.0165.05 kB
Eng.bmp08.19.05256.07 kB
Eng_LM.bmp08.19.05256.07 kB
Fin.bmp08.19.05256.07 kB
Fin_LM.bmp08.19.05256.07 kB
fuse1.bmp08.19.05256.07 kB
fuse1_LM.bmp08.19.05256.07 kB
Fuse2.bmp08.19.05256.07 kB
Fuse2_LM.bmp08.19.05256.07 kB
Fuse3.bmp08.19.05256.07 kB
Fuse3_LM.bmp08.19.05256.07 kB
prop.bmp08.19.0564.07 kB
prop_LM.bmp08.19.0564.07 kB
Thumbs.db08.19.055.50 kB
Wing-L.bmp08.19.05256.07 kB
Wing-L_LM.bmp08.19.05256.07 kB
Wing-R.bmp08.19.05256.07 kB
Wing-R_LM.bmp08.19.05256.07 kB
Viscount102.jpg08.19.05138.99 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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