FSX Dewoitine D.338
- Complete with Base Model
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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- 7.66 MB
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- Scanned 28 days ago (clean)
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- Free (Freeware)
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Dewoitine D.338 complete package. This is an FSX SP2 version of the Dewoitine D.338, slightly modified from the previous one (FS2004/FSX) to be fully compatible with FSX SP2 Acceleration Pack. The Dewoitine D338 was the legendary French liner used during the thirties, mainly by Air France on the intercontinental lines. The model in this package represents an aircraft used by Air France in 1938 on Far East lines (from Paris to Singapore, Bangkok, Saigon...), with a typical 12 seat lay-out. Features full moving parts and animations (control surfaces, gears, door...) plus a custom panel made from a real picture and a "passenger point of view" virtual cockpit. Compatible with FS2004, FSX, and now FSX SP2 Acceleration. By Patrice Grange.
A French liner used during the thirties, mainly by Air France on the intercontinental lines. 31 were built between 1935 and 1939.The model in this package represents an aircraft used by Air France in 1938 on Far East lines (from Paris to Singapore, Bangkok, Saigon, ...), with a typical 12 seat lay-out.
The model have full moving parts and animations (control surfaces, gears, door, ...) + a custom panel made from a real picture and a passenger-point-of-view VC. Compatible with FS2004 and FSX.
Designed by Patrice Grange.
This file is distributed as a Freeware. It must neither be sold nor used in any way to make money or profit.
AIRCRAFt DATA :
First flight : August 9th, 1935.
Wingspan : 29.38 m / 96,39 ft
Length : 22.13 m / 72,6 ft
Heigh : 5.57 m
Wing area : 99.00 m² / 1065.63 sq ft
Passenger : from 12 to 22, depending on the lines (continental or intecontinental).
Empty weight : 7905 kg
Total weigt : 11150 kg
Engines : 3 x 650 hp Hispano-Suiza 9V-17
Max speed : 310 km/h
Cruise speed : 260 km/h
Ceiling : 4900 m
Range : 2060 km
Just unzip the file "Dewoitine_338", your will obtain 4 folders :
One folder named "Effects" : just copy and paste the content of this folder in the main "effects" folder of your FS2004 ("Flight Simulator 9 / effects") or FSX ("Microsoft Flight Simulator X / effects"). As usual, IF ASKED TO OVERWRITE, ANSWER "NO".
One folder named "Gauges": Copy and paste all its content in the main "gauges" folder of your FS2004 ("Flight Simulator 9 / Gauges") or FSX ("Microsoft Flight Simulator X / Gauges"). Normally, you should already have these gauges. So, if asked to overwrite, please answer "no".
One folder named "Dewoitine_D338" : just copy this folder as it is, with all its content (model, panel, sound, texture, etc. etc.) in the "aircraft" directory of your FS2004 (= "Flight Simulator 9 / aircraft") or in the "airplanes" directory of your FSX (= "Microsoft Flight Simulator X / SimObjects / airplanes").
One folder named "docs". It is here only for your information and for memory... Keep it where you want !
Launch FS2004 or FSX. In the aircraft list, look for the manufacturer "Dewoitine" and select the "D-338".
That's all !
Take-off, and enjoy !
IMPORTANT - ANIMATIONS:
All the moving parts (control surfaces, gears, doors ...) work with the usual keys.
As the plane uses reflexive textures for the metal schemes, do no forget to check that you have activated the "reflects" box in the menu "parameters / display / aircraft" !!!
If the color of the aircraft is not stable under daylight, just unselect the option "shadows of the aircraft" (the 2dn line), in the menu Options / Parameters / Display or Graphics / Aircraft.
Thanks to Jens Winkler, for the pilot (and then the passengers that I have duplicated !) that I have taken in the freeware DO335 delivered with the FSDS2 package.
Thanks to Paul Clawson as I used his Fokker F.XX "Zilvermeeuw" as a starting point for my flight model.
For the panel, I have mainly used stock gauges. For the other ones, I am sorry but I dont know the name of the authors. Just let me know and I shall be happy to add them to the credits.
THIS FILE IS A FREEWARE AND IS NOT TO BE SOLD OR USED IN ANY WAY TO MAKE MONEY OR PROFIT.
This aircraft and this panel have been sucessfully tested for FS2004 on several PC. The author shall NOT be held responsible for any damages arising from the use of this aircraft, which is provided FREELY without warranty of any kind (and which will not, normally, harm your computer !).
The archive dewo_338.zip has 66 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Arc prop 2.bmp||08.21.06||65.05 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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