FS2004/FS2002 Kingair B200 of the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia, Full Package

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VH-MVL in medical configuration. All new GMAX model for FS2002 or FS2004. Includes full medical interior. Stretcher off loads and ambulance arrives to pick up your patient! Fully animated landing gear, flaps and doors. Includes dust effects when landing on dirt. This version does have a functioning virtual cockpit. ***If using in FS2002, you need the Professional edition. If using the standard edition you will need to download a kingair panel. By Mike Hill.

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The archive RFDS_MVL.zip has 15 files and directories contained within it.

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
FILE_ID.txt11.25.03563 B
interior.jpg11.24.0340.66 kB
interior2.jpg11.24.0346.70 kB
Read_me_first.txt11.25.033.97 kB
rfds_b200_1500a.jpg10.07.0390.78 kB
rfds_b200_2_500.jpg10.25.0370.64 kB
RFDS_B200_3.gif11.25.0316.02 kB
RFDS_B200_3.jpg11.25.03116.73 kB
RFDS_B200_3255.jpg11.25.0313.67 kB
RFDS_B200_3500.jpg11.25.0350.22 kB
Thumbs.db11.25.0349.50 kB
VHMVL.exe11.25.034.70 MB
RFDS_MVL11.25.030 B
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B


This take on the old Kingair B200 was something that immediately caught my eye. This is an aircraft that I have a lot of positive memories of, having used one when I first got into simulators many years ago. The fresh style and the comfortable layout still sticks with me even today. So, on one of my long journeys again, I brought along this mod to use with FS2004 to see just how detailed and authentic it really was.

With this aircraft, the first thing that struck me was the model detail. It’s very impressive and goes a long way to capturing the layout and reality of the aircraft. It all feels in scale and in sync, offering a very fresh and easy to get around interior that is loaded with medical equipment. This medical designation adds a bit of extra character to the aircraft, giving it far more in terms of the way the layout works as one.

Fresh with Effects

One part that I was really impressed by, though, was the introduction of the stretcher that can be loaded off. An ambulance then arrives to pick up your patient and away with him/her. As far as little minor features goes, this is one of the most impressive I can recall seeing for some time. I fact, based on that alone, I would recommend this mod to just about anyone!

However, it’s more than a nice gimmick. The ambulance add-on is just part of a concerted effort to include as much detail, love and attention into the model as the team possibly can. With animated landing gears, flaps, doors and many other smaller elements this feels like a jack-in-the-box on the inside and outside!

Best of all, it comes with great dust effects that can feel sorely lacking in older simulators. It’s all of these little features and add-ons coming together that makes this a fun and exciting aircraft to fly around in. I would happily recommend using this aircraft if you want to use the ‘Royal Flying Doctor Service’ edition of this aircraft equipped with all of the extra medical kit.

I would also recommend it if you are looking to make the most of having a new model to play around with. The depth and detail of the virtual cockpit was impressive enough, but the brilliant KingAir panel that has been used goes a long way to helping even more.

In general, this is a remake I would heartily recommend. It’s quick, fast, agile and effective in many different ways all across the board.

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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