FS2004 British Westpoint Airlines DC-3
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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Repaint by John Payne. Original DC-3 base textures courtesy of Mark Beaumont. Requires the default Douglas DC3.
Westpoint Aviation based at Exeter commenced operations with a DC-3 in March 1961 on ad-hoc passenger and freight charters. In July 1961 a second DC-3 was purchased and Westpoint turned its attentions to inclusive tour flights with numerous routes being flown from Gatwick. A third DC-3 was acquired in 1962. Westpoint commenced a scheduled service in 1963 from Newquay to Heathrow service via Exeter using the DC-3's. May 1964 Westpoint bought Mayflower Air Services, acquiring two of DH.89a Rapides and a network of scheduled services to the Scilly Isles. October 1964 saw one of the DC-3's being sold. In September 1965 British Westpoint was bought by Metropolitan Air Movements but continued operating as British Westpoint. The winter of 1965 was a quiet time and the airline ran into financial difficulties early in 1966. This stopped any further expansion and in May 1966 they ceased all flying and were placed into liquidation.
The archive brwstpt3.zip has 31 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|British Westpoint||10.24.07||0 B|
|BASE TEXTURES||10.23.07||0 B|
|G-ALYF early.jpg||10.20.07||35.94 kB|
|G-ALYF late.jpg||10.20.07||47.78 kB|
|G-AMDB late.gif||10.23.07||11.76 kB|
|G-AMDB late.jpg||10.20.07||56.68 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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