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Cathay Pacific Boeing 777-367 ER, painted in the unique "Asia's world city" livery, registration B-KPF. Original model by Melvin Rafi. Updates and conversion to FSX by David Grindele. Repaint by Mohammed Al-Khalifa.
1. Unzip the file to a temporary directory
2. Copy the 'Boeing 777-300 ER Cathay Pacific'folder to the "Microsoft Flight Simulator X\SimObjects\Airplanes" directory.
Thats it enjoy flying !
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Boeing 777-300 ER Cathay Pacific||07.24.11||0 B|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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I grabbed this unique take on the 777-367 after being taken by its stunning livery design. That deep, almost cyan color added a level of depth that I simply felt was missing usually. This recreation uses a livery that states it is “Asia’s World City” and even comes with its own little registration number. It’s the little details that make this stand out, giving you a very impressive aircraft that looks the level of quality that we have come to expect from FSX
Melvin Rafi was the developer of the original model, a name that will be familiar to many in the aviation world. It was improved and optimized by the brilliant David Grindele, and then re-painted and optimized further by Mohammed Al-Khalifa.
It really is so simple – just unzip the folder and then copy the directed folder into the Airplanes in your SimObjects folder within FSX. It really is that easy to use, making it simple for you to get up and running in no time at all.
It’s one of the main reasons why the Cathay Pacific design appealed to me so much – it’s crisp, sweet, and easy to use. While there’s not a huge amount of work going on in the cockpit to help make it more specific than the default, the quality of the livery alone makes this well worth picking up.
Attention to detail is always important, and this does a pretty stellar job on the graphical side of things to help make this look as detailed as possible. If you are in need of something a little more specific in terms of livery designs – something that breaks the norm for aviation – then I would very much recommend taking a closer look at this package: it’s very impressive visually.
While I would have appreciated a bit more detail and intricacy within the cockpit and the way it flies, I won’t complain. The level of detail and importance put into the cockpit is very impressive indeed, and that’s more than enough for me when it comes to enjoying this particular model!
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