FS2004 ACE Scotland Lockheed L-749
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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- 3.86 MB
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Delivered to South African Airways on June 13, 1950 registered ZS-DBS and named "Johannesburg". Withdrawn from use and stored at Johannesburg-Jan Smuts airport, South Africa, in April 1959. From November 1961 leased to Trek Airways and named "Louis Trichardt". Returned to South African Airways, withdrawn from use and stored at Johannesburg-Jan Smuts airport in November 1963. In December 1964 bought by ACE Freighters, registered G-ASYF, withdrawn from use and stored. Transferred to ACE Scotland on July 14, 1966. Sold to Peru International Corporation in June 1967. Withdrawn from use and stored at Miami Airport, Florida 1967. Broken up in July 1967. Original by Manfred Jahn & Co (Team 749). Repainted by Hans Hermann, Virtual Birds Factory.
This repaint is designed for use with the upgraded short nose Connie model with jetstack exhausts (model=AFR_A in the 'Lockheed_L749_1' folder).
- 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 upgraded model files (749_models_update.zip) published by Manfred Jahn on January 2, 2010 also should be installed. If you don't use the upgraded model files you have to erase the'_A' characters in the 'model' line of the following [fltsim]-section before pasting it into the aircraft.cfg.
- 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 the extracted texture 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=ACE Scotland (1966)
description=C/n 2630, delivered to South African Airways on June 13, 1950 registered ZS-DBS and named "Johannesburg". Withdrawn from use and stored at Johannesburg-Jan Smuts airport, South Africa, in April 1959. From November 1961 leased to Trek Airways and named 'Louis Trichardt'. Returned to South African Airways, withdrawn from use and stored at Johannesburg-Jan Smuts airport in November 1963. In December 1964 Bought by ACE Freighters, registered G-ASYF, withdrawn from use and stored. Transferred to ACE Scotland on July 14, 1966. Sold to Peru International Corporation in June 1967. Withdrawn from use and stored at Miami Airport, Florida 1967. Broken up still wearing the registration G-ASYF in July 1967.\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 ace_g-asyf_01.zip has 34 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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