FS2004 California Central Martin 202
California Central Textures for Dee Waldron's Martin 202A model available at California Classics. California Central operated a fleet of five Martin 202As purchased from Northwest from 1951 through 1955 and was a early pioneer of no frills air service in California along with Pacific Southwest. T...
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California Central Textures for Dee Waldron's Martin 202A model available at California Classics. California Central operated a fleet of five Martin 202As purchased from Northwest from 1951 through 1955 and was a early pioneer of no frills air service in California along with Pacific Southwest. These textures depict a California Central Martin 202A about 1953. Repaint by Gary Harper.
Copy the text below and paste in your aircraft config. file substituting your next consecutive [flightsim.__] number for "xx".
title=Martin 2-0-2A California Central Airlines
sim=m404-CB16 //use the M404.air file with these 202A dynamics
ui_variation=California Central Airlines
description=Rushed into production after WW2 the unpressurised 2-0-2 delivered from 1947 was poorly conceived, poorly timed, and badly designed. It had fatal structural faults and the thirty that did not fall apart in the air had to be remanufactured as 2-0-2As from 1949. Just twelve more were built from scratch to that higher standard in 1950. The original owners were Northwest Orient. LAN-Chile, Linea Aeropostal Venezolana and TWA. Martin Liners never recovered from the original loss of credibility, but with great care the unpressurised 2-0-2A was able to cruise 'fast' at low level when short hauling. Despite the fatal design flaws of the original 2-0-2 some of the modified aircraft, always subject to severe operating restrictions, had long working lives.
The archive cc202.zip has 43 files and directories contained within it.
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|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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