Fly Away Simulation

X-Plane 11 Air Force One Sonic Cruiser

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Type
Complete with Base Model
Download hits
377
Compatibility
X-Plane 11 (XP11)
Filename
air_force_one_888.zip
File size
8.89 MB
Virus Scan
Scanned 18 days ago (clean)
Access to file
Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
Everyone

This is the author's take for a new Air Force One, based on the profile of NASA's Sonic Cruiser 888/2.

Plane on the ground, with other smaller planes.The idea is completely fictional but shows what could be. Please see the included documentation for further details and pilot notes.

By Billy Bargagliotti.

Images/Screenshots

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The archive air_force_one_888.zip has 34 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
Air Force One 88805.31.170 B
Air Force ONE-88805.26.170 B
Sonic_Cruiser.acf05.25.171.28 MB
Sonic_Cruiser.acf~05.25.171.28 MB
Sonic_Cruiser_icon11.png05.26.17214.36 kB
Sonic_Cruiser_icon11_thumb.png05.26.1722.84 kB
Sonic_Cruiser_prefs.txt05.26.17198 B
cockpit05.02.150 B
-panels-05.06.170 B
Panel_Airliner.png05.06.17991.63 kB
Panel_Airliner.psd05.06.174.92 MB
objects05.25.170 B
HELLAD.obj05.04.1762.52 kB
Nacelle_Texture.png02.08.16375.67 kB
Thumbs.db01.19.0812.50 kB
bigsat.obj02.13.16110.26 kB
engine.obj05.24.172.82 MB
mgd1.obj05.24.173.24 kB
polished_steel3.png11.23.1111.00 kB
sat1.obj02.06.16109.24 kB
sonic_cruiser_paint.png02.13.16670.88 kB
wheelpod5.obj05.07.17111.46 kB
sonic_cruiser_paint.png05.24.17571.61 kB
sonic_cruiser_paint.psd05.24.175.24 MB
sonic_cruiser_paint2.png05.24.17277.24 kB
weapons05.04.170 B
HELLAD.WPN~05.04.1777.54 kB
HELLAD.wpn05.04.1777.54 kB
README AF ONE.docx05.25.17180.37 kB
README AF ONE.pdf05.25.17235.26 kB
image1.jpg05.31.1788.12 kB
image2.jpg05.31.1799.53 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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Pro Memberchas4586Sun, 08 Sep 2019 17:44:52 GMT

I have been flying simulators from ffx95 to msfs2004 then again from 2012 onwards to x plane 11.

I have found the complete experience magic is the word. I started way back when RC Simulations In Bristol put an advert in the paper, Arm Chair Pilots contact me, It was Bob and Carol, I built my first tower, and became a pilot in 1998 on the pc.

I worked up from the Cessna to Concorde and from there I wrote a book on building PC for cancer, and now at my age of 84, I still love to run down that runway.

I don't know why its' called a game it isn't in my eyes and never was. It's a skill.

My Condolences to the family, of The first pilot of Concorde, and of the family of My Dear Friend Bob of R.C Simulations who past this year. and thanks to Fly Away Simulation, we can carry on this wonderful Experience of flying, anywhere in the world, and now with the scenery.

Well done and good luck guys. Charles Wilson. UK.

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