Fly Away Simulation

FS2004 Altair DH104 Dove Air File Correction

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Type
Patch
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39
Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
Filename
airfilup.zip
File size
44.29 KB
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For VH-CJX (VHCJX.ZIP) and VH-CJY (VHCJY.ZIP). The Sim= line is showing the incorrect .air file reference. The enclosed readme text file correct my error. DeHavilland Dove model by Derek Palmers. Repaints by Clive Ryan.

Screenshot of Altair DH104 Dove in flight.

Screenshot of Altair DH104 Dove in flight.

Airfile correction for my VH-CJX & VH-CJY repaints of Derek Palmers, de Havilland Dove. the sim line should read:

Sim=DH104_BW6_2

The complete correct entries for both repaints are:

VH-CJX

[fltsim.xx]
title=de Havilland DH104 Altair VH-CJX
sim=DH104_BW6_2
model=2
panel=
sound=
texture=CJX
kb_checklists=DH104_check
kb_reference=DH104_ref_2
ui_manufacturer=de Havilland
ui_type=DH-104 Dove
ui_variation=DH-104 Dove Altair VH-CJX
atc_heavy=0
atc_id=VH-CJX
atc_airline=Altair
atc_flight_number=
description=description=Altair commenced operations in the late sixties with Piper Navajo VH-CJB and had the contract with WAPET (West Australian Petroleum) to transport personnel to and from Barrow Island, off the Northwest Coast. The flights went from the odd trip a week to a daily service. Two refurbished Devon aircraft were purchased by Altair in May 1972 with the registrations VH-CJX and VH-CJY. March 1972 Altair employed a third pilot, Derek Froud. Derek is an avid flightsimmer these days and much of his time is spent as a beta tester for several classic aircraft modelers and scenery designers.

VH.CJY

[fltsim.xx]
title=de Havilland DH104 Altair CJY
sim=Dh114-2A
model=2
panel=
sound=
texture=CJY
kb_checklists=DH104_check
kb_reference=DH104_ref_2
ui_manufacturer=de Havilland
ui_type=DH-104 Dove
ui_variation=DH-104 Dove Altair VH-CJY
atc_heavy=0
atc_id=VH-CJY
atc_airline=Altair
atc_flight_number=
description=description=Altair commenced operations in the late sixties with Piper Navajo VH-CJB and had the contract with WAPET (West Australian Petroleum) to transport personnel to and from Barrow Island, off the Northwest Coast. The flights went from the odd trip a week to a daily service. Two refurbished Devon aircraft were purchased by Altair in May 1972 with the registrations VH-CJX and VH-CJY. March 1972 Altair employed a third pilot, Derek Froud. Derek is an avid flightsimmer these days and much of his time is spent as a beta tester for several classic aircraft modelers and scenery designers.

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The archive airfilup.zip has 6 files and directories contained within it.

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
Readme.txt11.29.052.25 kB
file_id.diz11.29.05258 B
Altair1.jpg11.28.0527.33 kB
Altair3.jpg11.28.0516.21 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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