FS2004 McDonnell-Douglas/Boeing Harrier II PLUS

PreviewBeautifull harrier, the total work of Jim Atkins. Designed originally for fs2000, works perfect in 2004. The only Harrier available for 2004 so far. YOU CAN LAND IT ON TOP OF BUILDINGS LIKE A HELI. REQUIRES CERTAIN SKILL AND PRACTICE!!! Presented by Alejandro Villa

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Beautifull harrier, the total work of Jim Atkins. Designed originally for fs2000, works perfect in 2004. The only Harrier available for 2004 so far. YOU CAN LAND IT ON TOP OF BUILDINGS LIKE A HELI. REQUIRES CERTAIN SKILL AND PRACTICE!!! Presented by Alejandro Villa

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The archive Harrr04.zip has 136 files and directories contained within it.

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Aircraft11.14.030 B
MJ Harrier II Plus11.14.030 B
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Ah, the Harrier – without a doubt one of the most impressive and universally loved fighter jets ever made. They certainly know how to make a scene and how to give people an idea of what they bring to the table, using incredibly strength and breakneck speeds to really push the boundaries further than ever before.

Preview screenshot

This recreation of the Harrier by Jim Atkins is, without a doubt, one of the most impressive that I have seen in quite some time. Although this was originally designed to be used for FS2000 – so you might expect it to be a bit dated – it actually carries all the hallmarks and style of an FS2004 project. Furthermore, it’ll load up perfectly in FS2004 so for those who want to use the harrier in all of its glory this is the best way to get around to doing that.

It’s got a huge attention to detail in the design in general, making it very easy to fly and probably even easier to get used to. I found that within maybe 3-4 hours of using it that I felt very comfortable with the speed and the control scheme. It makes your life in general a whole lot easier, as you’ll be spending more time just flying around the place and not finding yourself constantly weighed down with trying to remember button locations and what they actually do. For a fighter jet with immense power that’s actually pretty damn easy to use, this might be the perfect choice for you in the long run.

It’s got style, it’s got power and it’s got accuracy; what more could you ask for in a fighter jet? In fact, another big thing that comes with this mod is the ability to land it like a chopper. Whilst most of us will be used to aircraft needing a big runway to land on, a Harrier can be landed on a building top with relative ease. Whilst it will require a lot of skill and practice – I would have been sacked from the Air Force after the amount of Harriers I destroyed! – It feels brilliant when you finally pull it off.

Add this in with the overall dedication and attention to detail, and you’ve got one of the most enjoyable aircraft ever created for FS2004 waiting for you. It has many hallmarks of a typical FSX aircraft, nevermind anything else, and carries a large amount of features that simply would not have been present with other designers. For those who like to have something that’s effective, strong and quick in the air this can be the perfect package for you to get to grips with military grade aircraft, given its ease of use and the quickness it can be installed in.

It’s fast, it’s dedicated and it’s got all the features you would hope to have from a Harrier jet – what more can you really ask for? If you want to take to the skies in a Harrier, try this out.

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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