FSX Belgian Meteor NF11

PreviewA repaint for Rob Richardson's Armstrong-Whitworth Meteor NF11 EN8 was one of 24 NF11's delivered to the Belgian Air Force. Ex-RAF WD731, the aircraft was used by No 11 Night Fighter Squadron and crashed at Beauvechain on 12 April 1956 due to engine problems. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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Type
Repaint
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51
Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
Filename
belgian_meteor_nf11.zip
File size
10.69 MB
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Free (Freeware)
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Everyone

A repaint for Rob Richardson's Armstrong-Whitworth Meteor NF11 EN8 was one of 24 NF11's delivered to the Belgian Air Force. Ex-RAF WD731, the aircraft was used by No 11 Night Fighter Squadron and crashed at Beauvechain on 12 April 1956 due to engine problems. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

Screenshot of Belgian Meteor NF11 in flight.

Screenshot of Belgian Meteor NF11 in flight.

Installation:

  • Copy the texture file into the 'Armstrong Whitworth Meteor NF11' folder in FSX SimObjects 'Airplanes' folder.
  • Copy and add the following to the aircraft CFG file, replacing the 'xx' with your next number in sequence.

[fltsim.xx]
title=Armstrong Whitworth Meteor NF11 Belgian
sim=Armstrong Whitworth Meteor NF11
model=
panel=
sound=
texture=Belgian
kb_checklists=AW_Meteor_NF11_check
kb_reference=AW_Meteor_NF11_ref
ui_manufacturer=Armstrong Whitworth
ui_type=Meteor NF11
ui_variation=Belgian
ui_typerole="Twin engine jet night fighter"
ui_createdby="RJR"
atc_id=EN8
atc_airline=Air Force
atc_flight_number=346
description=As a night fighter, the Meteor again replaced the Mosquito however it was never more than an interim measure. The Mosquito night fighter had remained in use even though it was largely obsolete. Gloster proposed a night fighter design to meet the Air Ministry specification for the Mosquito replacement, based on the two seater trainer, with the pilot in the front seat and the navigator in the rear. Once accepted however, the work passed to Armstrong Whitworth for both the detail design and production; the first prototype flew on 31 May 1950. Although based on the T.7 twin seater, it used the fuselage and tail of the F.8, and the longer wings of the F.3. An extended nose contained the AI Mk 10 (the 1940s Westinghouse SCR-720) Air Intercept radar. As a consequence the 20 mm cannons were moved into the wings, outboard of the engines. A ventral fuel tank and wing mounted drop tanks completed the Armstrong Whitworth Meteor NF.11.

Images & Screenshots

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The archive belgian_meteor_nf11.zip has 17 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
1925364.jpg10.19.131.38 MB
1968093.jpg10.19.131.25 MB
2063472.jpg10.19.131.09 MB
2091443.jpg10.19.131.51 MB
Installation readme.txt10.19.133.09 kB
texture.Belgian10.19.130 B
meteor 1 bump.dds09.27.1316.00 MB
meteor 1.dds10.18.1316.00 MB
meteor 2.dds10.17.1316.00 MB
meteor 4.dds10.15.134.00 MB
meteor 5.dds10.15.134.00 MB
texture.cfg09.21.13137 B
thumbnail.jpg10.19.131.09 MB
Thumbs.db09.21.1322.50 kB
wrap.dds10.15.1364.12 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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