FS2004 Gregory Air Services Douglas DC-3
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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Repaint by John Payne. Original DC3 base textures courtesy of Mark Beaumont. Requires the default Douglas DC-3.
Gregory Air Taxis was formed in 1963 with Piper Comanche, twin Comanche and Aztec aircraft with bases at Denham and later Liverpool. In 1964 the Liverpool base closed and a new base established at Sunderland. In April 1965 a DC-3 was acquired which was based at Newcastle to undertake charter work from there. The Sunderland base was closed at this time and a Twin Comanche joined the DC-3 at Newcastle. The arrival of the DC-3 saw the operating name of Air Gregory being adopted. After the introduction of the DC-3 followed the introduction an HS125 executive jet in December 1965 which was based at Luton. To operate this aircraft and the DC-3, a new company named Gregory Air Services was formed which became responsible for the operations of all aircraft above 12,500lbs AUW. The Dc-3 was sold in October 1968.
- Place the unzipped texture folders into the Douglas_DC3 aircraft folder and paste the text below into the aircraft config renumbering [fltsim.xxx] to the next available numbers.
title=Douglas DC-3 Gregory Air Services G-AKJH
ui_variation=Gregory Air Services G-AKJH
description=Gregory Air Services G-AKJH. Repaint by John Payne.
The archive gregdc3s.zip has 17 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Gregory Air Services||10.24.07||0 B|
|Gregory Air Services G-AKJH.gif||10.23.07||10.02 kB|
|Gregory Air Services G-AKJH.jpg||10.22.07||211.74 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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