FS2004 Canadair Argonaut And North Star V3.0
The Argonaut and the North Star were Merlin-engined version of the Douglas DC-4. A total of 71 were produced by Canadair. In Canada it was called the North Star and was used by airlines and the RCAF. 22 Argonauts were delivered to BOAC 1949-1950, and they later had long careers with other operato...
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
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- 26.2 MB
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The Argonaut and the North Star were Merlin-engined version of the Douglas DC-4. A total of 71 were produced by Canadair. In Canada it was called the North Star and was used by airlines and the RCAF. 22 Argonauts were delivered to BOAC 1949-1950, and they later had long careers with other operators like British Midland and charter companies. This package contains most versions. Version 3 model by Jens B. Kristensen.
New in this version:
- Improved flight dynamics (no trimming needed for takeoff, and other improvements). The Air-file is new, re-using only the engine sections of the previous version made by FSAviator.
- Many improvements to the virtual cockpit and the panel, several improvements to the exterior model. Three more paint jobs added.
- Improved autopilot.
If you have earlier versions of my Argonaut / North Star models installed in FS2004, please uninstall them first. Go to Windows Control Panel, and select 'Add/Remove Programs'. Uninstall the following, if you have them:
- Canadair C-4 Argonaut for FS2004
- Canadair Argonaut of Flying Enterprise
- Canadair C-54GM North Star
- TCA Canadair DC-4M2 North Star
You can then run the included setup program.
The archive argo_v30.zip has 11 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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