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FS2004 AT6D Trainer Package: 3 Variations

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Type
Complete with Base Model
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3,932
Compatibility
FS2004
Filename
AT6DPkg.zip
File size
4.35 MB
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Scanned 20 days ago (clean)
Access to file
Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
Everyone
3 star rating.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars by 1 PRO members.

of the T-6 Trainer - Canadian Wasp, US Naval SNJ-5 & German Airforce Harvard All new Texture Files redone by the Digital Aircraft team (www.DigitalAir.Rocks.it) Will Guillermo & Robert "Hawk" re-did the whole Aircraft & gave it an all new Look & flight Characteristic. Airfile & CFG © by Robert Hawk. Rivets & Details realistically & Beautifully done By Will. Paint Design By Robert "Hawk" Original Aircraft by J R Lucariny, Panel Designed by Abacus & J R Lucariny New Garmin GNS 530 Programmed by Don Kuhn. Panel re-configured By Robert "Hawk" Packaged & submitted by Robert "Hawk".

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The archive AT6DPkg.zip has 139 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

This list displays the first 500 files in the package. If the package has more, you will need to download it to view them.

Filename/Directory File Date File Size
AT6D11.13.030 B
Aircraft.cfg11.06.037.13 kB
AT6D.air11.06.039.42 kB
Harvard11.13.030 B
ALUMINUM2A.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
ALUMINUM2AV.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
ALUMINUM2AV_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
ALUMINUM2A_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
CabInterior.bmp10.11.0365.05 kB
Farol.bmp10.12.0333.05 kB
PainelT6.bmp10.12.0365.05 kB
PilotoT6.bmp10.12.0365.05 kB
Radial.bmp10.11.0365.05 kB
Rodas.bmp10.11.0317.05 kB
RodasCubos.bmp10.11.0316.91 kB
RodasCubosInt.bmp10.11.0317.05 kB
T6AsaD.bmp11.02.03768.05 kB
T6AsaD_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
T6AsaE.bmp11.02.03768.05 kB
T6AsaE_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
T6Bay.bmp10.12.0317.05 kB
T6Disco.bmp10.12.0365.05 kB
T6EHorT.bmp11.02.03768.05 kB
T6EHorT_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
T6Helice.bmp10.13.0385.43 kB
T6Helice_L.bmp10.13.0385.43 kB
T6MapaD.bmp11.02.031.50 MB
T6MapaD_L.bmp10.13.03682.78 kB
T6MapaE.bmp11.02.031.50 MB
T6MapaE_L.bmp10.13.03682.78 kB
Thumbs.db11.02.0367.00 kB
VidroCab.bmp04.27.0364.09 kB
model11.13.030 B
AT6D.mdl10.13.03664.53 kB
Model.cfg10.13.0323 B
panel11.13.030 B
Panel.cfg11.06.031.75 kB
Panel_T-6.bmp11.06.03469.80 kB
Thumbs.db11.06.036.00 kB
sound11.13.030 B
Sound.cfg06.16.0237 B
texture11.13.030 B
ALUMINUM2A.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
ALUMINUM2AV.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
ALUMINUM2AV_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
ALUMINUM2A_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
CabInterior.bmp10.11.0365.05 kB
Farol.bmp10.12.0333.05 kB
PainelT6.bmp10.12.0365.05 kB
PilotoT6.bmp10.12.0365.05 kB
Radial.bmp10.11.0365.05 kB
Rodas.bmp10.11.0317.05 kB
RodasCubos.bmp10.11.0316.91 kB
RodasCubosInt.bmp10.11.0317.05 kB
T6AsaD.bmp11.02.03257.05 kB
T6AsaD_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
T6AsaE.bmp11.02.03257.05 kB
T6AsaE_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
T6Bay.bmp10.12.0317.05 kB
T6Disco.bmp10.12.0365.05 kB
T6EHorT.bmp11.01.03257.05 kB
T6EHorT_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
T6Helice.bmp10.13.0385.43 kB
T6Helice_L.bmp10.13.0385.43 kB
T6MapaD.bmp11.02.03513.05 kB
T6MapaD_L.bmp10.13.03682.78 kB
T6MapaE.bmp11.02.03513.05 kB
T6MapaE_L.bmp10.13.03682.78 kB
Thumbs.db11.02.0374.00 kB
VidroCab.bmp04.27.0364.09 kB
texture.German11.13.030 B
ALUMINUM2A.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
ALUMINUM2AV.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
ALUMINUM2AV_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
ALUMINUM2A_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
CabInterior.bmp10.11.0365.05 kB
Farol.bmp10.12.0333.05 kB
PainelT6.bmp10.12.0365.05 kB
PilotoT6.bmp10.12.0365.05 kB
Radial.bmp10.11.0365.05 kB
Rodas.bmp10.11.0317.05 kB
RodasCubos.bmp10.11.0316.91 kB
RodasCubosInt.bmp10.11.0317.05 kB
T6AsaD.bmp11.06.03257.05 kB
T6AsaD_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
T6AsaE.bmp11.06.03257.05 kB
T6AsaE_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
T6Bay.bmp10.12.0317.05 kB
T6Disco.bmp10.12.0365.05 kB
T6EHorT.bmp11.06.03257.05 kB
T6EHorT_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
T6Helice.bmp10.13.0385.43 kB
T6Helice_L.bmp10.13.0385.43 kB
T6MapaD.bmp11.06.03513.05 kB
T6MapaD_L.bmp10.13.03682.78 kB
T6MapaE.bmp11.06.03513.05 kB
T6MapaE_L.bmp10.13.03682.78 kB
Thumbs.db11.06.0381.50 kB
VidroCab.bmp04.27.0364.09 kB
texture.navy11.13.030 B
ALUMINUM2A.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
ALUMINUM2AV.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
ALUMINUM2AV_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
ALUMINUM2A_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
CabInterior.bmp10.11.0365.05 kB
Farol.bmp10.12.0333.05 kB
PainelT6.bmp10.12.0365.05 kB
PilotoT6.bmp10.12.0365.05 kB
Radial.bmp10.11.0365.05 kB
Rodas.bmp10.11.0317.05 kB
RodasCubos.bmp10.11.0316.91 kB
RodasCubosInt.bmp10.11.0317.05 kB
T6AsaD.bmp11.02.03257.05 kB
T6AsaD_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
T6AsaE.bmp11.02.03257.05 kB
T6AsaE_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
T6Bay.bmp10.12.0317.05 kB
T6Disco.bmp10.12.0365.05 kB
T6EHorT.bmp11.02.03257.05 kB
T6EHorT_L.bmp10.13.03341.43 kB
T6Helice.bmp10.13.0385.43 kB
T6Helice_L.bmp10.13.0385.43 kB
T6MapaD.bmp11.02.03513.05 kB
T6MapaD_L.bmp10.13.03682.78 kB
T6MapaE.bmp11.02.03513.05 kB
T6MapaE_L.bmp10.13.03682.78 kB
Thumbs.db11.02.0372.00 kB
VidroCab.bmp04.27.0364.09 kB
Gauges11.13.030 B
FS9Garmin.cab10.17.03263.48 kB
Gauges install.txt11.06.03141 B
GCS0003.jpg11.06.0382.11 kB
Read me.txt11.06.03667 B
Thumbs.db11.13.0317.50 kB
AT6D Pkg11.13.030 B
GCS0006.jpg11.13.03136.38 kB
GCS0005.jpg11.13.03109.44 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

Editorial

As a big fan of being able to make the most of fun and engaging flights, I like to try and test myself with new models. I was recommended to come and check these models out, giving me access to old trainer aircraft I don’t recall using too much. Having been looking for something new to use in FS2004, I gleefully picked these up to see what all the fuss was going to be about.

The mod introduced me to three cool new aircraft. The German Air Force Harvard, the Canadian Wasp and the US Naval SNJ-5. These are all pretty bad-ass aircraft and ones that I was quite intrigued to try out. While there’s not exactly a gluttony of artistic detail on each model, they all definitely an impressive model well worth taking part using.

Fresh New Looks

The developer of the new texture packages, the Digital Aircraft Team from Italy, have done a great job. I sat for a good hour or two and compared the detail and the attention to realism that the developers have managed. Given they are working with vastly outdated hardware; I have to say that for FS2004 these look pretty damn awesome!

The new look is a big part of the enjoyment process for me. The textures are crisp and clear, with an easy way to differentiate each of the models from one another. Another big change that has been introduced, though, is how the aircrafts actually manage themselves.

Engaging Performance

Another big change has been the introduction of the engaging new levels of flight dynamics and overall performance. Many people can struggle to make the most of aircraft like this as they can feel a bit ‘floaty’ but the development team have done a good job of making these aircraft feel petty challenging.

The new panels inside, though, give you a great chance to work with all of the new features. The panels are a big addition as are the new Garmin GNS 530 by Don Kuhn. With a lot of work put into making flying the aircraft easier as well as making sure it can reflect genuine performance limits, this is a great aircraft to turn to when you want something a bit more rounded.

So, for a three in one package that does a great job of allowing nostalgic and newbies enjoy a fun part of aviation history, try this out. It’s a simple and effective choice that, when used accordingly, can be a major part of learning about aircraft that so many use(d) to train with and improve their flight skills.

The Digital Aircraft team have done a great job with this – I highly recommend trying it 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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sachaleksThu, 18 Oct 2007 12:04:00 GMT
not very good - airplanes have a 'drop left wing' flying tendancy and poor tyre contact with runway surface (or they've got flat tyres...) - but are 'OK' if you really must have these particular types on your FS list. Do you? really?

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