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FS2004 Boeing 707-320

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FS2004
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skyh7073.zip
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FS2004 Boeing 707-320. SkyHigh is proud to present their all new 707-320 product for FS2004. This models contains full moving parts, rolling tires, etc. It contains two replica sound sets of the B707 jet. The panel in this package is by Chris Avantis with internal views and realistic gauges and sounds. There are two different models, one wearing an engine pod on the wing and one regular plane. It also has decommissioned, Omega Air Tanker, private planes and other classic liveries. This package also contains a paint kit for each model. It will include a flight manual too. By Adam Murphy - SFS Classics.

Boeing 707-320

Boeing 707-320 Cockpit

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The archive skyh7073.zip has 10 files and directories contained within it.

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
SFS Classics 707-320.exe11.14.0672.92 MB
Boeing 707 - 1.GIF11.14.0614.96 kB
Boeing 707 - Panel.GIF11.14.0622.00 kB
Credits.txt11.13.06229 B
File_id.txt11.13.06756 B
readme.txt11.14.061.26 kB
Boeing 707 - 1.JPG11.13.0673.16 kB
Boeing 707 - Panel.JPG11.13.06102.25 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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aed128
Sat, 06 Sep 2014 07:16:42 GMT

There is good news and there is bad news: The bad news being that when I took this aircraft on a test flight using FS2004 I had seen what I wanted to see and heard what I wanted to hear after only five minutes. The livery textures are very crude and in places don't even line up with one another added to which the aircraft model does not display properly. When viewing the aircraft externally there appeared to be no interior but instead a good view straight through the fuselage appeared instead! This Boeing 707 is also fitted with Rolls Royce Conway engines instead of JT3D / TF-33 turbofans despite the inclusion of a JT3D based sound file in this package. This is one of the only positive points which I have to offer as the sound file is actually quite good along with the panel which comes with this aircraft. But as for the rest of it ... Uninstalled. Overall Verdict 2/5: Total stinker.

reecenelms
Mon, 04 Aug 2014 18:20:14 GMT

It look ilke a good plane but when i download it, it will not work can you make a tutorial on how to download it.

PontusE
Tue, 05 Apr 2011 14:53:24 GMT
Very challaging just like it was. For shorter runways You'll need to take away fuel. At 2000 feet You're suppose to level out for about 30-60 seconds (with gear and flaps up) - now it begins to accelerate (and accelerate... even more) The throttles are very hard to operate. Landing in fog is even more challaging - and only for instument-reading understanding. It is a little petty that the original AP isn't included (this could only hold course/heading and maintain present flightleven, no autothrottle). The instrument can be read in two modes. One of the best homemade simulators. But are You really up to the task ? It is NOT easy !
Wily509
Fri, 01 Oct 2010 14:05:58 GMT
Tough plane to fly-- you need alot of runway+++ to take off. Maybe practice for awhile will improve the plane. Very realistic

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