FS2004 PANELS Boeing 777 Panel for default and Meljet 777 versions

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(search 'meljet' on this site) This panel is intended too be used with Melvin rafi's excelent777 or with de default 777 This panel has realistic displays, realistic HSI control, autobrake , and a real-view bitmap Has Tcas and all the other stuff! also New VC gauges. By Johan Peeters From DSB DESIGN, Eric Marciano and Chris Reid..

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777jp.zip09.03.031.23 MB
777pnl_jp_9.gif09.03.03467.77 kB
FILE_ID.DIZ09.04.03391 B
Gauges.zip09.04.038.05 MB
Panel.zip09.04.03104.27 kB
README.1st09.04.032.35 kB
Thumbs.db09.04.038.00 kB
B77jpv909.04.030 B
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B


Note: To use this mod you will first have to download the wonderful rendition of Melvin Rafi’s 777 design. You COULD use it with the default 777 but trust me when I say that making the trip to using Melvins version will be far more enjoyable for you long-term!

I decided to download this mod having grown tired of the FS2004 version of the Boeing 777, and wanted to use the Melvin Rafi edition instead. It’s one of my most beloved aircraft, the 777, and picking up the remake for FS2004 was a lot of fun that really improved how it flew and managed itself.

However, it did have some limitations within the cockpit and I decided to add this package in on top for the new and improved cockpit management. This panel comes with awesome and realistic displays that look the part, giving you a real insight into what goes on in the cockpit of an aircraft.

It also has plenty of features included like HIS control auto braking and even a real-view bitmap Has TCAS as well as plenty of other little features that really do make a big difference.

Add in the new virtual cockpit gauges and you are left with something that knows how to look the part. I would quite happily recommend this to anyone who wants to enjoy a new and engaging flight that feels a lot freer than it may have in the past.

Something that I always had a really impressive feeling for in simulators was how different mods are from the original, and even when it’s only slight and nuanced changes I’m good at noticing them. These new gauges and all of the other little features do come together and when you compare it with the default functionality and control over the real thing it soon becomes clear just how much fun it can be to control these aircraft.

This makes a big difference to the overall functionality and enjoyment that you will get from your flights with the 777 and I would recommend combining this with the Melvin Rafi add-on. They both go hand-in-hand and make the whole process of flying your aircraft so much more enjoyable.

By totally transforming and upgrading the way that the interior looks – and performs – this can make your flights inside the cockpit of the old 777 so much more enjoyable in FS2004 than they once were.

Adam McEnroe

Adam McEnroe

Adam McEnroe is a flight sim enthusiast who has been simming since the days of FS95. Adam writes all of the download section editorials after testing each of the files. Adam has extensive knowledge using various flight simulator packages and thoroughly tests the files before writing about them. Adam also like to fly real-world aircraft in his spare time and is training for his PPL.

Should you wish, you can contact Adam via email at adam@flyawaysimulation.com.

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jdh1094Tue, 21 Aug 2007 23:17:54 GMT
Took a while to find the GPS switch, but otherwise a good panel.

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