FS2004 British Eagle Douglas DC-6A G-APSA
Registration G-APSA, which is owned by Air Atlantic, has been repainted in its old livery for 2008 already seen at airshows. This is classic livery lives again on a classic airliner. Textures only for the DC6 series from Californian Classics. You will need the package released with new panel and ...
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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Registration G-APSA, which is owned by Air Atlantic, has been repainted in its old livery for 2008 already seen at airshows. This is classic livery lives again on a classic airliner. Textures only for the DC6 series from Californian Classics. You will need the package released with new panel and sounds. Aircraft, panel and sounds by George Carty, Ken Mitchell, Tom Gibson, Greg Pepper. Textures by Tony Madge.
Unzip to a temp folder then move to the DC-6B folder in the aircraft folder of FS2004, add the following to the DC-6B aircraft.cfg (replacing "x" with the next consecutive number).
title=Douglas DC-6A British Eagle
description=The DC-6B was generally considered to possess the best operating economics of any piston airliner built. Passengers also appreciated their smooth, quiet ride. British Eagle used this type in the 1960's G-APSA now owned by Air Atlantic painted this aircraft in the Eagle colours she once wore for 2008.
The archive dc6eagle.zip has 26 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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