Fly Away Simulation

Pacific Southwest Lockheed L-1011 N1079

Screenshot 1
Type
Repaint⇲ Download Base Model
Download hits
127
Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
Filename
psa_toml1011.zip
File size
9.05 MB
Virus Scan
Scanned 15 days ago (clean)
Access to file
Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
Everyone

Pacific Southwest Lockheed L-1011 TriStar. Thomas Ruth and Erick Cantu's L1011 repainted in Southwest Airlines Smiliner livery with registration N1079. Textures only; base model required (TOML1011.ZIP). By Pedro Rodrigues Nunes.

Screenshot of Pacific Southwest Lockheed L-1011 in flight.

Screenshot of Pacific Southwest Lockheed L-1011 in flight.

Special thanks for Thomas Ruth and Erick Cantu for providing this amazing and beautiful aircraft, among others!

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_L1011-100 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=L1011-100 PSA
sim=tom1011
model=
panel=
sound=
texture=PSA
kb_checklists=Boeing747-400_check
kb_reference=Boeing747-400_ref
atc_id=N1079
atc_airline=PSA
atc_flight_number=1123
atc_heavy=1
ui_manufacturer=Lockheed
ui_type=L1011-100
ui_variation=PSA
ui_typerole=Commercial Airliner
ui_createdby=Thomas Ruth + Eric Cantu
description="Back in the 60's, there was a need for a wide body airliner that was smaller to the 747 but capable of landing and departing airports with short runways. Lockheed had been largely absent from the civil airliner market since the late 50's following technical problems with the L-188 Electra. Having experienced difficulties with some of their military programs, Lockheed was eager to re-enter the civil market, and their response was the TriStar. The aircraft was originally conceived as a "jumbo twin", but a three-engine design was ultimately chosen to give the aircraft enough thrust to take off from existing runways. It's direct competitor in the market was the McDonnell Douglas DC-10. Eventually, Lockheed suffered the loss of airlines' interest due to delays in Rolls Royce engines deliveries, and McDonnell Douglas won the biggest share of the market. In 1983, after reaching the 250th mark of L1011's built, Lockheed stopped production and withdrew from the market for good."

Images/Screenshots

Screenshot 1

The archive psa_toml1011.zip has 23 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
glass.dds04.27.1464.12 kB
main.dds01.08.154.00 MB
main_bump.dds04.27.144.00 MB
main_light.dds04.27.144.00 MB
main_spec.dds04.27.141.00 MB
sec.dds04.27.144.00 MB
sec_bump.dds04.27.144.00 MB
sec_spec.dds04.27.141.00 MB
thumbnail.jpg01.09.1522.69 kB
VC01.dds04.24.124.00 MB
VC01L.dds04.24.124.00 MB
VC02.dds04.24.124.00 MB
VC02L.dds04.24.124.00 MB
VC03.dds04.24.124.00 MB
VC03L.dds04.24.1216.12 kB
screenshot5.BMP01.08.153.00 MB
screenshot1.BMP01.08.153.00 MB
screenshot2.BMP01.08.153.00 MB
screenshot3.BMP01.08.153.00 MB
screenshot4.BMP01.08.153.00 MB
README.txt01.09.152.05 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

Complementing Files & Dependencies

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