Fly Away Simulation

FSX Cessna 404 Titan

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Complete with Base Model
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Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
Filename
404fsxud.zip
File size
1.18 MB
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Scanned 23 days ago (clean)
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Free (Freeware)
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Everyone

Cessna 404 Titan v2.1. In July 1975 Cessna announced it was developing a new piston twin suitable for airline, freight and corporate work, capable of taking off with a 1560 kg (3500 lb) payload from a 770 m (2530 foot) strip, similar in concept to the successful 402, but larger overall. The resulting aircraft was the Model 404 Titan, Cessna's largest piston engined twin developed thus far. It shares the same basic fuselage as the turbine powered 441 Conquest which was developed concurrently, but differs in having geared 280 kW (375h p) piston engines and it is unpressurised. This model was originally for FS9, updated for FSX. By John B. Loney, Jr.

Cessna 404 Titan taking off.

Cessna 404 Titan taking off.

Cessna 404 Titan version 2.1
A ten place corporate, commuter and freighter transport
By John B. Loney, Jr.
November 3, 2006
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ABOUT THE AIRCRAFT:

In July 1975 Cessna announced it was developing a new piston twin suitable for airline, freight and corporate work, capable of taking off with a 1560kg (3500lb) payload from a 770m (2530ft) strip, similar in concept to the successful 402, but larger overall.

The resulting aircraft was the Model 404 Titan, Cessna's largest piston engined twin developed thus far. It shares the same basic fuselage as the turbine powered 441 Conquest which was developed concurrently, but differs in having geared 280kW (375hp) piston engines and it is unpressurised.

The aircraft can handle a Pilot and copilot on the flightdeck, and seating for eight in the main cabin.

The 404 Titan was in production between 1976 and 1982, with 378 Titans being built during that time.

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CREATING THE AIRCRAFT:

Created with FSDS 2.10, This is an updated version of my first Titan. This one features animated control surfaces and landing gear and reflective textures

The panel is The default Baron 58 from FSX

The Sound is the default Baron 58 From FS9

Aircraft has been updated for use in FSX

Known problem: Landing lights do not illuminate ground from Spot nor Tower view.
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INSTALLATION:

Unzip the file 404fsxupd.zip files to a temporary folder. Place the contents in the Effects folder in the effects folder under the main FSX folder. Move the Cessna 404 Titan v2 folder to the SimObjects/Airplanes folder under the FSX main folder. You should be ready to fly.
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Disclaimer
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I do not accept any responsibility for any damage to any system as a result of using this aircraft.
To the best of my knowledge, there is no copyright infringement associated with this file.
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Have fun and enjoy.

Cessna 404 Titan in flight.

Cessna 404 Titan in flight.

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The archive 404fsxud.zip has 7 files and directories contained within it.

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titanv2_2.jpg08.30.06126.47 kB
404fsxupd.zip11.03.061006.08 kB
FILE_ID.DIZ11.03.06670 B
readme.txt11.03.063.33 kB
titanv2_1.jpg08.30.0676.81 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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