FSX Dakota Virtual Airlines Boeing 757-200

PreviewDakota Virtual Airlines Boeing 757-200 . This is a B757-200 from Project Open Sky repainted in DVA textures. Repaint by Dylan Lundberg.

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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Dakota Virtual Airlines Boeing 757-200 . This is a B757-200 from Project Open Sky repainted in DVA textures. Repaint by Dylan Lundberg.

Dakota Virtual Airlines Boeing 757-200.

Dakota Virtual Airlines Boeing 757-200.

The Texture's are .dds files, so FSX only.


1. Open up DAK texture.

2. You should see 3 .dds files, if you do not have Paint.net installed on your CPU, it does not matter it will still work.

3. Go to your FSX Project opensky 757-200 main folder. 64-bit operating system it is located in Computer/OS:C/Program files x86/microsft games/Microsft Flight Simulator/Sim Objects/B757-200 POSKY

4. Open up B757-200 POSKY

5. Go to a texture that you dont want.

6. DELETE the following folders in the texture folder. ( posky757fuse1_t, posky757fuse2_t,posky757pw_t)


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The archive dakota757-200.zip has 7 files and directories contained within it.

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
posky757fuse1_t.dds08.02.10512.12 kB
posky757fuse2_t.dds08.03.10512.12 kB
posky757pw_t.dds08.03.10512.12 kB
READ ME INSTALL!!!!!!!!!!.txt08.05.10922 B
2010-8-3_16-7-25-22.jpg08.05.10214.47 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B
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Rob5555Wed, 04 Apr 2012 21:44:17 GMT

It's Great!

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