FS2004 BOAC Avro 685 York C1 G-AGJA
- Complete with Base Model
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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- 1.3 MB
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BOAC Avro 685 York C1, c/n 1207, military serial MW103, was never taken up by the RAF. Delivered directly to BOAC in February 1944 inaugurating the first UK-Cairo route via Morocco on April 22, 1944. At this time colored in RAF wartime camouflage colors. On May 18, 1949 sold to British South American Airways (BSAA). On September 3, 1949 reintegrated into BOAC's fleet. On May 29, 1951 bought by Lancashire Aircraft Corporation Ltd. Operated trooping flights with serials WW541 and WW508. On February 28, 1955 transferred to Skyways. Withdrawn from use in January 1959 and stored at Stansted, Essex, finally broken up in August. Exterior model and paintkit by Manfred Jahn, FDE by Paul Edwards, repainted by Hans Hermann, Virtual Birds Factory.
Installation in FS2004:
- First, make sure the Avro York Base Package is installed on your system.
- Find the Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator 9\Aircraft\Avro_York folder on your system and place the texture folder (texture.gagja_01) there. Additionally, copy the folder model.moyd if it is not already present from some earlier download (see NOTAM below).
- Use a text editor such as Notepad to add the following section to your Avro York aircraft.cfg file following the "fltsim" sections already present and replace the xx by the next number in sequence:
title =Avro York M24 gagja_01
sim = Avro York Merlin 24
model = moyd
texture = gagja_01
kb_checklists =Avro York_check
kb_reference =York Handling Notes_reference
atc_id = G-AGJA
atc_airline = Speedbird
ui_manufacturer = Avro
ui_type = Avro York M24
ui_variation = BOAC G-AGJA (camouflage 1944)
description = Avro York C/n 1207 G-AGJA, military serial MW103, was never taken up by the RAF. Delivered directly to BOAC in February 1944 and named 'Mildenhall'. It was part of a fleet of five early Yorks configured as a combination of passenger/freight with 12 passengers seated in the rear of the cabin, inaugurating the first UK-Cairo route via Morocco on April 22, 1944. At this time coloured in RAF wartime camouflage colours. On May 18, 1949 sold to British South American Airways (BSAA) named "Star Fortune". When BSAA was merged with BOAC, G-AGJA was reintegrated into BOAC's fleet on September 3, 1949, and renamed 'Kingston'. On May 29, 1951 bought by Lancashire Aircraft Corporation Ltd. Operated trooping flights with serials WW541 and WW508. On February 28, 1955 transferred to Skyways. Withdrawn from use in January 1959 and stored at Stansted, Essex, finally broken up in August.\n\nGmax exterior model and paintkit by Manfred Jahn, FDE by Paul Edwards, repainted by Hans Hermann, Virtual Birds Factory, March 2007.
visual_damage = 0
prop_anim_ratio = 0.99
Unlike some other Avro York repaints this package uses an advanced model file of Manfred Jahn created for a better texturing of the nose cone area. So for these textures to work the folder model.moyd (included in this package) must be present. This package also comes with suitable nightlight textures.
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