FS2004 Skyways of London Lockheed L-749 G-ANUP
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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Lockheed L-749, registration G-ANUP, c/n 2562, delivered as L749 to Quantas October 4, 1947, registered VH-EAA and named "Ross Smith". On January 27, 1952 withdrawn from service until March 28, 1952 for conversion to L-749A-79. Bought by British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) and delivered on February 19, 1955, registered G-ANUP, named "Branksome". Last service with BOAC on September 14, 1957 and stored at London Heathrow Airport. Leased to Skyways of London from September 1959. In July 1961 installation of large rear cargo door. Returned to BOAC in April 1962. Destroyed on landing at Addis Abeba on October 2, 1964. Textures only. New model file included. The FS2004/FSX Lockheed L-749 Constellation Base Kit (LOCKHEED749.ZIP) must be installed. Original by Manfred Jahn and Co (Team 749). Repainted by Hans Hermann, Virtual Birds Factory.
With this package a new model file (model.sol) of Manfred Jahn & Team 749 for a short nose version with jetstack exhausts and cargo door arrangement is included. So the installation instruction differs a little bit from the other add on packages.
- Please make sure you have a working installation of Manfred Jahn's (Team 749) Lockheed L-749 base pack (folders "Lockheed_L749_0" and "Lockheed_L749_1" in your FS9 aircraft directory). If not present, download and install the base pack first. The Lockheed L-749 Constellation Models Update files should be installed also.
- Unzip the zip-file included in this package to a temporary folder or open it in Windows Explorer.
- Find the 'Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator 9\Aircraft\Lockheed_L749_1' folder on your system. Copy both the extracted texture folder and the extracted model folder from step 2 into the "Lockheed_L749_1" folder.
- Using a text editor such as Notepad, open the aircraft.cfg contained in 'Lockheed_L749_1' folder and paste the [fltsim] section appended below under the last [fltsim] entry. Make sure the new [fltsim] entry is in proper numerical order by replacing the 'xx' by the next number in sequence.
ui_variation=Skyways of London G-ANUP (1961)
description=Built as L-749 c/n 2562, delivered to Quantas October 4, 1947, registered VH-EAA and named 'Ross Smith'. On January 27 1952 withdrawn from service for conversion to L-749A-79. Returned to service March 28, 1952. Bought by British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) and delivered on February 19, 1955, registered G-ANUP, named 'Branksome'. Last service with BOAC on September 14, 1957 and stored at London Heathrow Airport (UK). Leased to Skyways of London from September 1959. In July 1961 installation of large rear cargo door. Returned to BOAC in April 1962. Sold to Aero-Transport on May 10, 1963 and registered OE-IFO. Bought by Interocean Airways, Luxembourg, in June 1964 and in July 1964registered LX-IOK. During a freight charter flight from Dublin, the aircraft veered off the runway on landing at Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, on October 2, 1964. \n\nOriginal by Manfred Jahn & Co (Team 749). Repainted by Hans Hermann, Virtual Birds Factory.
- Save and close the aircraft.cfg file. Start your FS2004 and enjoy the flight. In the aircraft selection menu, the new Constellation will show up under Lockheed > L-749 Constellation.
The archive sol_g-anup_01.zip has 40 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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