X-Plane 11/10 British Caledonian Boeing 787
This is a livery for Heinz's B787 Dreamliner. I've decided to go with doing some paints of now-defunct British airlines (many of which have become part of BA), starting with British Caledonian (BCAL). BCAL was a british airline operating out of Gatwick Airport from 1970 to 1988. It was formed aft...
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- X-Plane 11 (XP11) & X-Plane 10 (XP10)
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This is a livery for Heinz's B787 Dreamliner. I've decided to go with doing some paints of now-defunct British airlines (many of which have become part of BA), starting with British Caledonian (BCAL). BCAL was a british airline operating out of Gatwick Airport from 1970 to 1988. It was formed after the merger of BUA and Caledonian, and was taken over by British Airways after reaching financial difficulties. This particular livery is based off BCAl's late a310s, specifically the aircraft named 'John Logie Baird'.
British Caledonia 787 in X-Plane 10
The next liveries I plan to complete are: -BA Landor -BOAC -CAl Air -BEA
Also, Big thanks to hemlockson for help and those great windows!
To install: Place the BCAL folder into the liveries folder of your copy of Heinz's 787, load the plane, select file -> open livery, then select 'BCAL' from the list.
The archive bcal-1.zip has 21 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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