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FS2004 DeHavilland DH82a Tiger Moth

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FS2002/FS2004 DeHavilland DH82a Tiger Moth biplane. This classic British trainer made its first flight on October 26, 1931. It is one of a number of models of light aircraft named for moths in recognition of designer Geoffrey de Havilland's interest in moths and butterflies. It became popular with air forces throughout the United Kingdom as well as the civilian aviation market. This package includes several wheeled and float versions with world wide sceneries to fly them in. From Custom Classics (Lynn and Bill Lyons).

Tiger Moth for Flight Simulator 2004

The archive cctiger4.zip has 7 files and directories contained within it.

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
FILE_ID.DIZ08.09.03532 B
InstallTM.zip08.09.038.04 MB
RdsTaxi4.zip08.08.03277.04 kB
tiger1.gif08.09.0310.18 kB
TMReadME.txt08.09.036.29 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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William C. WisemanTue, 02 Apr 2019 05:22:19 GMT

The right side engine cowling is open - stuck in up position! All variations are like this. The plane will fly, but the damned cowling is open, and I need to know how to close it. Please! Loaded in FS2004 on a Windows 10 Dell laptop.

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