Continental 1990's Douglas DC-10-30

PreviewThomas Ruth and Erick Cantu's DC10 repaint of Continental Airlines 1990's Globe livery with registration N14090. Textures only; base model required (tomdc10.zip). By Pedro Rodrigues Nunes.

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Repaint⇲ Download Base Model
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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
Filename
dc-10-30_coa90.zip
File size
11.34 MB
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Thomas Ruth and Erick Cantu's DC10 repaint of Continental Airlines 1990's Globe livery with registration N14090. Textures only; base model required (tomdc10.zip). By Pedro Rodrigues Nunes.

Screenshot of Douglas DC-10-30 in flight.

Screenshot of Douglas DC-10-30 in flight.

Installation:

  1. Unzip the folder to a temporary location, like your desktop.
  2. Copy the texture folder containing the texture files to your SimObjects/Airplanes/Tom_DC10_30 folder.
  3. Copy the fltsim.XX text into the aircraft.cfg (replace the 'xx' for the correct number).
  4. Fly the aircraft!

[fltsim.xx]
title=Dc10-30 LONGFAIRING HSTABFAIRING VSTABFAIRING Continental Airlines 90's
sim=tomdc10
model=
panel=
sound=
texture=continental_90s
kb_checklists=Boeing747-400_check
kb_reference=Boeing747-400_ref
atc_id=N14090
atc_airline=CONTINENTAL
atc_flight_number=1123
atc_heavy=1
ui_manufacturer=McDonnell Douglas
ui_type=DC-10-30
ui_variation=Continental Airlines 1990's
ui_typerole=Commercial Airliner
ui_createdby=Thomas Ruth + Eric Cantu
description="Back in the 1960's, airlines dreamed of a widebody aircraft smaller than the Boeing 747 but capable of flying similar long-range routes from airports with shorter runways. The DC-10 became McDonnell Douglas' first commercial airliner after the merger between McDonnell Aircraft Corporation and Douglas Aircraft Company in 1967. An early DC-10 design proposal was for a four-engine double-deck wide-body jet airliner with a maximum seating capacity of 550 passengers similar in length of a DC-8. The proposal was shelved in favor of a trijet single-deck wide-body airliner with a maximum seating capacity of 400 passengers, and similar in length to the DC-8. In direct competition with the similar Lockheed's L-1011, the DC-10 got the biggest share of the airline market and until the 2000's it remained a favourite for airlines around the world."

Images & Screenshots

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The archive dc-10-30_coa90.zip has 24 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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
README.txt11.26.142.02 kB
screenshot1.BMP11.25.143.00 MB
screenshot2.BMP11.25.143.00 MB
screenshot3.BMP11.25.143.00 MB
screenshot4.BMP11.25.143.00 MB
texture.continental_90s11.26.140 B
cubemap.dds09.04.12384.12 kB
glass.dds10.21.1264.12 kB
main.dds11.25.144.00 MB
main_bump.dds09.04.124.00 MB
main_light.dds09.04.124.00 MB
main_spec.dds09.04.124.00 MB
sec.dds08.08.144.00 MB
sec_bump.dds08.08.144.00 MB
sec_spec.dds08.08.144.00 MB
thumbnail.jpg11.05.1421.46 kB
VC01.dds09.04.124.00 MB
VC01L.dds09.04.124.00 MB
VC02.dds09.04.124.00 MB
VC02L.dds09.04.124.00 MB
VC03.dds09.04.124.00 MB
VC03L.dds09.04.1216.12 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

Complementing Files & Dependencies

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Installation Instructions

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