FS2004 La Mancha Aire Douglas DC-7CF
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
- File size
- 5.88 MB
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- Scanned 21 days ago (clean)
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- Free (Freeware)
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These textures depict N16465 (c/n 45120) originally delivered to BOAC as G-AOIJ, later served with many freighter companies. Then in 1981 purchased by La Mancha Aire and flown throughout the Caribbean and South America until 1985. The additional JBM titles stand for Juan B. Millon (later founder of Millonair), to whom the aircraft was leased in 1983. Textures for Tom Gibson's Douglas DC-7C. Repainted by Thorsten Napp and Manfred Meyer.
- You need to download and install the latest Douglas DC-7C base pack with model, sound and panel from Cal Classic.
- Copy the text below and paste in your aircraft config. file substituting your next consecutive [flightsim.__] number for "x".
title=Douglas DC-7C La Mancha
ui_variation=La Mancha Aire
atc_airline=La Mancha Aire
description=The DC-7C was a complete redesign abandoning the wing of the DC-4 allowing a further substantial increase in fuel and oil capacity. Updated engines gave slightly more power for take off and climb, but since the DC-7C was 17,000lbs heavier than the DC-7B performance was significantly reduced.
The archive dc7c_lamancha.zip has 48 files and directories contained within it.
This list displays the first 500 files in the package. If the package has more, you will need to download it to view them.
|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|virtual cockpit 2.bmp||06.14.09||1.33 MB|
|virtual cockpit 2_L.bmp||02.27.09||1.33 MB|
|virtual cockpit 3.bmp||03.17.09||1.33 MB|
|virtual cockpit 3_L.bmp||02.27.09||1.33 MB|
|virtual cockpit 4.bmp||05.21.09||1.00 MB|
|virtual cockpit 4_L.bmp||02.27.09||1.33 MB|
|virtual cockpit 5.bmp||05.01.09||1.33 MB|
|virtual cockpit 5_L.bmp||02.27.09||1.33 MB|
|virtual cockpit.bmp||06.14.09||1.33 MB|
|virtual cockpit_L.bmp||02.28.09||1.33 MB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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