Fly Away Simulation

FSX Sabena Douglas DC-6 1960

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Type
Repaint
Download hits
223
Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
Filename
dc6sabena60x.zip
File size
1.02 MB
Virus Scan
Scanned 21 days ago (clean)
Access to file
Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
Everyone

The first European operator of the Douglas DC6 was the Belgian airline Sabena. The first of five DC-6s, which was registered OO-AWA, was delivered on 15 July 1947. It was introduced on the Brussels-New York service in August 1947. Of course they also operated on the Brussels-Leopoldville (now Kinshasa) route, the "lifeline" to the former Belgian colony Congo. From 1953 on they were joined by nine slightly larger DC-6Bs and one DC-6A. Except for OO-AWB which crashed in 1955, the "short" DC-6 had a remarkably long career with Sabena, including being leased to Air Congo. The last example was sold in 1965. These are textures only. You will require the Jens B. Kristensen Douglas DC-6 model (DC6_V20X.ZIP). Repaints by Maarten Brouwer.

Screenshot of Sabena Douglas DC-6 1960 in flight.

Screenshot of Sabena Douglas DC-6 1960 in flight.

  • First, make sure that the base model is installed on your system.
  • Find the JBK DC6 late folder on your system, and place the folder texture.sabena_1960 in there.
  • Then open the aircraft.cfg file and paste the following after the other, similar sections at the top of the file - replace the x with the next number in the sequence:

[fltsim.x]
title=JBK Douglas DC-6 Sabena 1960
sim=dc6
model=
panel=
sound=
texture=sabena_OO-SDC
kb_checklists=DC6_check
kb_reference=dc6_ref
ui_manufacturer=Douglas
ui_type=DC-6
ui_variation=Sabena OO-SDC
atc_heavy=0
atc_id=OO-SDC
atc_airline=SABENA
atc_flight_number=1960
description=Built at Santa Monica, CA (c/n 43064/72) as an overwater day/sleeper plane. Delivered to Sabena on 9 Sep 1947 as OO-AWC. The accomodation was 52 (day) or 26 (night) passengers. Re-registered OO-SDC on 29 Nov 1951. Sold 10 May 1958 to Lebanese International Airways as OD-ACY. Returned to Sabena 17 May 1960. Re-registered OO-SDC 21 Jun 1960. Leased in 1961 to Sobelair and in 1963 to BIAS. Leased to Air Congo 2 Oct 1964. Leased to Spantax as EC-AZX Apr 1965, later sold. Livery 1960.\n\nFSDS3 model by Jens B Kristensen, flight dynamics by FSAviator. Repaint by Maarten Brouwer.
ui_typerole="Propliner"
ui_createdby="JBK"

Images/Screenshots

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The archive dc6sabena60x.zip has 26 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
DC6Sabena60x07.01.120 B
JBK DC-6 late Sabena 1960 1.jpg06.30.1256.17 kB
JBK DC-6 late Sabena 1960 2.jpg07.01.12123.98 kB
Read me first.txt07.01.122.18 kB
Text DC-6 Sabena.txt07.01.12860 B
texture.sabena_OO-SDC07.01.120 B
cyl_16.dds07.01.1216.12 kB
dc6_leftaft_L.dds07.01.121.00 MB
dc6_leftaft_t.dds07.01.121.00 MB
dc6_leftfwd_L.dds07.01.121.00 MB
dc6_leftfwd_t.dds07.01.121.00 MB
dc6_rtaft_L.dds07.01.121.00 MB
dc6_rtaft_t.dds07.01.121.00 MB
dc6_rtfwd_L.dds07.01.121.00 MB
dc6_rtfwd_t.dds07.01.121.00 MB
dc6cowling23_t.dds07.01.12256.12 kB
dc6cowling_t.dds07.01.12256.12 kB
dc6fustop_etc_t.dds07.01.121.00 MB
dc6nacelle14_t.dds07.01.12256.12 kB
dc6nacelle2_t.dds07.01.12256.12 kB
dc6nacelle3_t.dds07.01.12256.12 kB
Prop_blurred.dds11.30.1064.12 kB
texture.cfg11.23.0846 B
thumbnail.jpg06.30.123.25 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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