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FS2004 ATR-72-500, Binter Canarias

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Complete with Base Model
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10,408
Compatibility
FS2004
Filename
rcbix604.zip
File size
1.59 MB
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Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
Everyone
5 star rating.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars by 4 PRO members.

Domestic Airline Canary Islands. Based on Jon Murchisson's ATR72-500. Models feature fully animated gear with suspension, animated flaps, rudder, ailerons, front cargo door,variable speed props, flexible wings, reflective textures and dynamic shine effects. These models also feature 'IS'Inbuilt Scenery upon engine shut down. Basic panel included.

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The archive rcbix604.zip has 45 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
readme.txt06.30.042.81 kB
ATR Binter Canarias New 200406.30.040 B
NZLATR2k.air10.09.0213.15 kB
Aircraft.cfg06.30.048.63 kB
Leame en español.doc06.30.0431.00 kB
Readme.doc06.30.0430.00 kB
Original Docs Jon Murchisson06.30.040 B
ATR725.jpg08.23.0323.51 kB
ATR72.pdf08.23.03132.21 kB
ATR722.jpg08.23.0321.45 kB
ATR725.gif08.23.0310.04 kB
FILE_ID.DIZ08.23.03416 B
texture.106.30.040 B
ATR72L.bmp06.30.04256.07 kB
ATR72L_L.bmp06.30.04256.07 kB
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ATR72R_L.bmp06.30.04256.07 kB
ATR_1.bmp06.29.04256.07 kB
ATR_1_L.bmp07.24.0316.07 kB
ATR_IS.bmp07.31.03256.07 kB
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PROP.bmp10.09.0265.05 kB
Sav230.tmp06.28.040 B
moteurs.bmp06.29.04192.07 kB
Thumbs.db06.28.0421.50 kB
panel06.30.040 B
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panel.cfg03.14.023.89 kB
sound06.30.040 B
sound.cfg04.17.0161 B
model.50006.30.040 B
model.cfg02.09.0227 B
NZLATR2k.mdl08.01.031.65 MB
model.20006.30.040 B
model.cfg02.09.0227 B
NZLATR2k.mdl08.01.031.27 MB
Binter New June2004_PUB.jpg06.29.0444.51 kB
file_id.diz06.30.04747 B
Binter New June2004_Handling_Morning_4.jpg06.30.0442.36 kB
Binter New June2004_Handling_Tarde.jpg06.29.0440.88 kB
Binter New June2004_Icon.jpg06.30.047.30 kB
ATRbin0406.30.040 B
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

Editorial

This remake of the popular domestic aircraft, the ATR-72-500, will make it nice and easy for you to get into the swing of things. The fact it comes in such a refreshing and open color, with the awesome Canary Islands livery being used, only makes flying this aircraft even more of a pleasure! It’s simple and it’s fun to get involved with and it can be a lot of fun to fly around in thanks to the charming nature of the aircraft inside and outside. Its’ a user-friendly craft that is very easy to get used to and it will ensure that you can start flying around with a bit of comfort and command when you take control of this aircraft.

It feels really enjoyable to fly around in, and takes well after the base model it uses; the ATR 72-500 created by Jon Murchisson. This manages to adjust the original parameters and adjust them slightly to make a fresh and exciting take on the aircraft, giving you a truly enjoyable simulation experience.

The aircraft manages to capture the realism perfectly with animated gears and designs that look excellent with suspensions, flaps, rudders, ailerons and cargo doors all totally accessible with ease. All of this can be adjusted and seen coming to life as you press the button, adding another bit of much needed vitality and life to the aircraft.

The model also comes with reflective textures, a dynamic shine effect and flexible wings that make the look and feel of the whole aircraft look so much better. These various changes and additions help to bring the whole thing together perfectly, creating a very interesting aircraft that is nice and fun to fly around in whilst giving you plenty of control over how it flies and how it typically operates.

Basic panels are included to give you some extra look and control over the cockpit, but the general quality of the cockpit has been updated and improved to make flying this aircraft as easy as it can be. Everything is clearly labelled and managed so that you can be in total command of the cockpit throughout the entire flight.

The ATR-72-500 is part of a long running range of aircraft created by a French and Italian conjunction. It’s a very powerful, stretched equivalent of the ATR 42 and is capable of holding up to 74 passengers in a single-class. Operated by a two man crew this is a simple yet extremely effective aircraft that manages to capture the feeling and the overall class of the kind of aircraft that it hails from in the most detailed and effective manner possible.

The ATR 72 has long been quite respected by fans of the series thanks to its longevity, having been running since the late 1980s until today. It’s been delivered worldwide with at least 750 of the model being sold, and increasing all the time. Despite its relative old age, it’s still selling extremely well and providing extremely consistent performances! 

Adam McEnroe

About 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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Pro Memberpapyl5Sat, 24 Feb 2007 01:59:35 GMT
really a blast to fly but it is a bit better if u replace the panel with a 737's one though'
Pro MemberflygryphonSat, 30 Sep 2006 08:33:03 GMT
This is an awsome plane! It is a blast to fly and I truly hope that you make some different variants of it some day!
Pro MemberfrankenreMon, 03 Jul 2006 16:10:44 GMT
very good airplane. Love the panel. Plane is very stable and fun to fly. The loading and unloading features are very realistic. I highly recomend this model.

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