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FSX Jordanian RJAF DeHavilland Dove JY-RJU

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Repaint for Payware Model
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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
File size
18.25 MB
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Scanned 14 days ago (clean)
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Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
5 star rating.

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A repaint for the payware Just Flight de Havilland D.H.104 Dove/Devon. JY-RJU is, or was at least, a Dove 7 flown by the Royal Jordanian Air Force. After active service, it was transferred to the Royal Jordanian Air Force Historic Flight under which it visited airshows and photocalls in the U.K. during 1993-94-95. Piloted by King Hussein himself at times. Few references can be found and they show small changes on the livery. This repaint represents a moment in which the aircraft still wears the roundel but the coat of arms and registration have already been painted on it. Repaint by Inigo Izaguirre.

Screenshot of DeHavilland Dove JY-RJU in flight.

Screenshot of DeHavilland Dove JY-RJU in flight.


  • Put folder named texture.RJAF inside JF_DeHavilland Dove folder, which is in FSX-Simobjects-Airplanes.
  • Then paste this lines to Aircraft.cfg to be found also inside JF_DeHavilland Dove. Paste below last installed repaint and substitute XX by next number available.

title=de Havilland Dove 7
ui_manufacturer=de Havilland
ui_type=DH-104 Dove Mk6
ui_variation=DH-104 Dove RJAF
ui_createdby=Inigo Izaguirre
description= Royal Jordanian Air Force Historic Flight.


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The archive has 33 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
JF DeHavilland Dove Royal Jordanian Air Force JY-RJU01.23.160 B
README.txt01.23.161.39 kB
texture.RJAF01.23.160 B
aircraft.inf01.21.16365 B
Dove_canopy_t.dds12.16.154.00 MB
Dove_cockpitA_t.dds09.14.154.00 MB
Dove_cockpitC_t.dds02.18.154.00 MB
Dove_ExteriorA_t.dds01.23.165.33 MB
Dove_ExteriorA_t_bump.dds12.15.154.00 MB
Dove_ExteriorB_t.dds01.23.165.33 MB
Dove_ExteriorB_t_bump.dds12.16.154.00 MB
Dove_ExteriorC_t.dds01.22.165.33 MB
Dove_ExteriorC_t_bump.dds12.16.154.00 MB
Dove_ExteriorD_t.dds01.23.165.33 MB
Dove_ExteriorD_t_bump.dds12.16.154.00 MB
Dove_ExteriorE_t.dds01.23.165.33 MB
Dove_ExteriorFabricleftt_t.dds10.02.154.00 MB
Dove_ExteriorFabricright_t.dds12.29.154.00 MB
Dove_ExteriorFabric_t.dds01.18.154.00 MB
Dove_ExteriorF_t.dds01.23.165.33 MB
Dove_ExteriorF_t_bump.dds01.10.164.00 MB
Dove_Leftwing_t.dds01.12.154.00 MB
Dove_Nacelles6_t.dds02.18.154.00 MB
Dove_NacellesR_t.dds01.22.165.33 MB
Dove_Nacelles_t.dds01.22.165.33 MB
Dove_panels_t.dds11.15.154.00 MB
Dove_Props_t.dds01.23.161.33 MB
Dove_Wings_t.dds10.22.154.00 MB
fresnel_ramp.dds11.19.141.12 kB
texture.cfg05.24.15141 B
Thumbnail.jpg01.23.1633.55 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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Sun, 01 Apr 2018 00:26:52 GMT

Just curious if there is a record of which construction number this one is? there were two that served together and although their numbers were not consecutive they were only a couple of numbers apart, they left the factory together, served with iraqi air for a while, then jordanian air, then into the jordanian air force into the royal wing, from there they returned to england for a time then came out here to australia where they served with a number of airlines in the top end including time with the royal flying doctor service. one, ended its days with penguin air, the other with mcalpine air services. they will both be on display at our museum, the ballarat aviation museum, although unfortunately one was cut up but the first thrid of the aircraft remains. we will be restoring both so people can visit them and read their history and hopefully appreciate these great little aircraft

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