FS2004 ATL-98 Carvair Aircraft.cfg Update
A direct replacement of the original aircraft.cfg file included in ATL-98 Carvair v1.0 FS2004 version (JWAT98.ZIP). Addresses reported issues with the autopilot, radios and hydraulics when using the aircraft with certain add-on panels, now references the correct knee-board ref. file and correc...
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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A direct replacement of the original aircraft.cfg file included in ATL-98 Carvair v1.0 FS2004 version (JWAT98.ZIP). Addresses reported issues with the autopilot, radios and hydraulics when using the aircraft with certain add-on panels, now references the correct knee-board ref. file and corrects some errors in the aircraft descriptions which crept into the initial release version. By Jon Walton.
Just over write the original aircraft.cfg file with this one. Any additional liveries will have to be re-included within this file.
Please note, this update is for the FS2004 version only.
The archive jwat98ud.zip has 6 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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