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Era Alaska Dassault Falcon 7x. A fictional repaint of a Falcon 7x for Era Alaska. Also includes a private repaint. Based on the hit show "Flying Wild Alaska". Original aircraft by Premier Aircraft Design. Repaint by Nate Anders.
PREMIER AIRCRAFT DESIGN
DASSAULT FALCON 7X for FSX
This model is for DX9 graphics only
Aircraft, panel and sound package including dynamic VC with custom gauges.
For more information look inside the MANUALS folder :
Flying tips.txt (ESSENTIAL READING)
Glass Panel map1.jpg
Glass Panel map2.jpg
Model & Master Textures: Jean-Pierre Brisard
Panel design and XML gauge programming Jean-Pierre Brisard
Paint & Flight dynamics : Bob May
Additional Flight tuning : Danny "Chief" Crance
Falcon trijet sound file by kind permission of Aaron Swindle
Extract ALL the files into the FSX MAIN Folder using WINZIP in Classic Mode...Do not use the Wizard... Make sure the "Use Folder names" BOX is checked in WINZIP. New folders will be created and all files installed.
Here's how by the numbers...
1. Navigate to where you downloaded the zip file
2. Double click with your mouse on the zip file.
3. WINZIP should open and show all the files inside the zip.
4. Press 'CTRL A' and this will select ALL the files.
5. Click on upper 'Extract' Button in the Main Tool Bar above.
6. Type in your path in the dialog box the default location is C:\program files\microsoft games\microsoft flight simulator X or browse to your FSX Location...open the FSX main folder.
7. Now click on the 'Extract' button in the upper right.....you're done...go flying.
1. Turn on Tool Tips....Lots of panel information available. Go to Options - Settings - General....Click the "Show Tool Tips" box.)
2. SHIFT E opens/closes the passenger door and airstair, there is no separate crew door. The door will not open in flight.
3. To Raise your seat higher press SHIFT-ENTER (in FSX this only works in VC view)
4. " I " key toggles engine smoke ON/OFF.
5. Read the "Flying Tips" document in the 'Manuals' folder
6. Don't ask how to make the yoke appear in the VC, there are no yokes, the Falcon 7X has "fighter style" side controllers.
Quick Reference - VC EYEPOINT KEY COMMANDS :
Move eyepoint back into passenger cabin
CTRL+ENTER (press and hold)
Move Eyepoint Down
Move Eyepoint Forward
Move Eyepoint Left
Move Eyepoint Right
Move Eyepoint Up
The archive eraalaskafalcon7x.zip has 110 files and directories contained within it. View them...
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Era Alaska Falcon 7x||04.30.11||0 B|
|FLYING TIPS.txt||04.21.09||5.69 kB|
|Glass Panel Map1.jpg||04.21.09||177.70 kB|
|Glass Panel Map2.jpg||04.21.09||136.41 kB|
|README Groundhandling5_01.txt||04.20.09||20.97 kB|
|README Groundhandling5_01.txt||04.20.09||20.97 kB|
|README FIRST.txt||04.29.09||4.28 kB|
|texture.Era Alaska||04.30.11||0 B|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
This awesome looking aircraft was one that had been on my “to try” list for many years, and when I finally came across this package I decided it was time to bite the bullet and give it a go. After installing the product – which was incredibly easy by the way, it took a matter of seconds to be installed and put in the right places – I soon found that it was all set up and ready to go, with everything added in that could possibly be needed. I was now ready to hop into the Falcon 7X, something which I’d never really done before.
Although the paintwork is fictional, it looks outstanding and really manages to capture the detail and the class of the aircraft in a really deep chrome color. It all looks outstanding and manages to really capture the shine and the detail on the model itself. This repaint is passed on the hit TV show “Flying Wild Alaska” and gives you a nice little memento to have if you are a fan of the show, or if you are like mea and just have a love for bad-ass looking aircraft that carry a really interesting feel!
The design itself is for FSX but please be aware that if you try and run this anything beyond DX9 you will be let down quite heavily. It just is not compatible and will not be capable of running, so make sure that you take this into account as you might need to do some changing to the tools if you want this to work in your favor moving forward. It comes with various different features included inside which also makes it nice and easy for you to settle down into the aircraft as, once you take away the design, it’s still the same as the good old Falcon itself.
This means that you can easily get to grips with the detail and the overall style of the aircraft, with awesome work done on the aircraft model itself. Tagged in alongside the way that the panels look and the way that they tend to operate, giving you total control over the aircraft and the direction you will be going in, you’ll find that it’s incredibly easy to start taking this aircraft on the right path. The sounds included as well make it really easy to tell what is going on, as the sounds correlate exactly with what your aircraft is doing – both good and bad!
In total, all of this molds together in the perfect way and creates a truly enjoyable, exciting method that ensures you’ll have no problems whatsoever in getting to grips with how this system should work.
As an aircraft its’ very sleek and comfortable to fly and the depth of detail (originally put together by the outstanding Premier Aircraft Design) means that you get access to an aircraft that really does look the part, giving you an easy and effective solution to flying the Falcon in a way that you might never have before.
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