FSX SGAA DeHavilland DH-89 Dragon

PreviewSGAA DeHavilland DH-89 Dragon. SGAA livery for the DH89 Dragon by Dave Garwood. Textures only, requires DH89FSX.ZIP. Repaint by Jacques Vallcaneras.

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SGAA DeHavilland DH-89 Dragon. SGAA livery for the DH89 Dragon by Dave Garwood. Textures only, requires DH89FSX.ZIP. Repaint by Jacques Vallcaneras.

Screenshot of SGAA DeHavilland DH-89 Dragon on runway.

Screenshot of SGAA DeHavilland DH-89 Dragon on runway.

These are textures only so, you must download and install the model for FsX to use these files.
Look for : dh89fsx.zip
Author : Dave Garwood

ATTENTION : Do not install this plane in FS004. It won't work !

Installation :

First, make sure that the base model (dh89fsx.zip) is installed on your system and works correctly.

Once installed, find the DH89 folder on your system, and place the texture.APT folder there. In FSX, it's located in \SimObjects\Airplanes.

Then, open the aircraft.cfg file and copy / paste the following chapter after the others similar sections at the top of the file - replace the XX with the next number in the sequence :

title=DH-89 Dragon - F-OAPT
ui_manufacturer=de Havilland
ui_type=DH-89a Dragon Rapide
ui_typerole="Twin Engine Prop"
ui_createdby="DG Designs"
atc_airline=S G A A
description=6-8 passenger airliner and military training/comms aircraft which first flew as the Dragon 6 in April 1934. 737 were built up to 1945.\nPowered by 2 x 200 hp DH Gypsy Six 6-cylinder, air-cooled piston engines.This particular model was flown by S.G.A.A (Algeria) in the late 50's through 1962.Repaint by Jacques Vallcaneras

Thank you very much to Dave Garwood for his excellent work.

Enjoy ! Jacques Vallcaneras

Screenshot of SGAA DeHavilland DH-89 Dragon in the air.

Screenshot of SGAA DeHavilland DH-89 Dragon in the air.

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The archive dh89_sgaa.zip has 20 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
Dragon F-OAPT_1.jpg07.10.10417.21 kB
Dragon F-OAPT_2.jpg07.10.10280.22 kB
Dragon F-OAPT_3.jpg07.10.10167.37 kB
F-OAPT_150.png07.12.1023.07 kB
F-OAPT_200.png07.12.1038.76 kB
Lisez-moi.txt07.12.102.72 kB
Readme.txt07.12.102.09 kB
Texture.APT07.12.100 B
F-OAPT.jpg07.10.1053.93 kB
Fresnel_Ramp.dds09.04.06640 B
fusalage_t.dds07.10.10512.12 kB
fusalage_t_spec.dds04.08.074.00 MB
Insigne SGAA_75.bmp07.09.103.35 kB
Texture.cfg08.14.06137 B
Thumbnail.jpg07.12.108.78 kB
Thumbs.db05.10.109.50 kB
wings_t.dds07.10.10512.12 kB
wings_t_spec.dds04.15.074.00 MB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

Complementing Files & Dependencies

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Robert LewisWed, 09 Feb 2022 12:01:25 GMT

Thanks for the chance to try a really vintage aircraft; pity the old airports like Croydon aren't there anymore at which to land.

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