FS2004 Braniff Airways Douglas DC-3 N34950

PreviewTextures only based on templates by Mark Beaumont and original textures by Jan Visser, prop textures by Bob Rivera. Requires the MAAM Sim R4D/DC-3 package. Repaint by Chuck Lawsen.

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Textures only based on templates by Mark Beaumont and original textures by Jan Visser, prop textures by Bob Rivera. Requires the MAAM Sim R4D/DC-3 package. Repaint by Chuck Lawsen.

Close up of Braniff Airways Douglas DC-3 in the air.

Close up of Braniff Airways Douglas DC-3 in the air.

Braniff Airlines started out in 1928 by two brothers, Paul and Tom Braniff, with one 5 passenger aircraft that flew between towns in Oklahoma and by 1929 included Texas. In the 1930's the company added the Lockheed 'Electra 10' the Douglas DC-2 and then the DC-3. During WW2, Braniff's aircraft became invaluable when the U.S. Army Air Corps used them to fly supplies from the mainland to the Panama canal zone. After the war, Braniff expanded its operations to include South America, becoming the 1st U.S. airline to link the 2 Americas and the title 'International' was added to Braniff Airways. The airline would eventually grow to include service to Europe and Asia flying 747's. After the de-regulation in 1979, Braniff tried to compensate the change and over expanded it's routes and fleet of aircraft to fast and had to shut down operations in 1982 after acculating too much debt. This repaint depicts the paint scheme that was used during the mid 1950's.

  • Copy the included texture.braniff folder to your MAAM-SIM DC-3 Passenger aircraft folder.
  • Add the following section to your MAAM DC-3A aircraft.cfg file, numbering it in sequence.

title=Douglas DC-3A Braniff Airways
ui_type=MAAM-SIM DC-3 - Passenger
ui_variation=Braniff Airways N34950
description=Douglas DC-3 Transport

That's it! Go flying!

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maam_bran02.18.080 B
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