Fly Away Simulation

FSX Royal Air Force Douglas DC-2 AX767

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
Filename
dc2x_raf.zip
File size
6.43 MB
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Free (Freeware)
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Everyone

Royal Air Force Douglas DC-2 AX767. This is an RAF repaint for the Douglas DC2 package by the Uiver Team X. The revenue from the sales of the DC-2 package will be donated to the Aviodrome, Dutch National Aviation Theme Park and Museum. By Tim Scharnhop.

Looking up at Royal Air Force Douglas DC-2 AX767 in flight.

Looking up at Royal Air Force Douglas DC-2 AX767 in flight.

INSTALLATION

This download requires the previous installation of the Douglas DC-2 package for FSX and presumes a standard installation of this package.

1. Unzip dc2X_raf.ZIP to a temporary folder, ensuring that you retain folder names.

2. Within the download, move the texture folder 'texture.raf' to the folder 'Douglas_DC2_X' within your 'Microsoft Flight Simulator X\SimObjects\Airplanes' folder.

3. If you have installed the latest version of the DC-2 (the last update is from 12/31/2010) you are already done. If not, I would strongly recommend to do so, as the latest update includes many enhancements.

4. Open the aircraft.cfg with a text editor. Enter the following section under the last [flightsim.XX] entry, numbering it sequentially:

[fltsim.XX]
title=Douglas DC-2 RAF X
sim=uiver_aviodrome
model=old
panel=old
sound=
texture=raf
checklists=
kb_checklists=douglas_dc2_check
kb_reference=douglas_dc2_ref
atc_id_enable=1
atc_id=AX767
description=DC-2K (MSN 1238, ex-TWA NC13712) received the Royal Air Force serial number AX767 and served with Nos. 117 and 31 Squadron RAF in the Middle East and India during 1941-42.\n\nFSX Flight Dynamics: Tom Falley, Rob Cappers\nModel: Alexander Schreijnders, Jan Visser, Rob Cappers\nTextures: Tim Scharnhop, Gerrit Kranenbarg, Jan Visser\nVC, Interior: Rob Cappers, Tim Scharnhop, Jan Visser\nXML & DLL Programming: HansJörg Naegele\nGauge bitmaps: Rob Cappers, Tim Scharnhop\nEffects: Roland Berger
ui_manufacturer=Douglas
ui_type=DC-2
ui_variation=Royal Air Force "AX767"
ui_typerole="Twin Engine Prop"
ui_createdby=""Uiver" Team X"
atc_airline=RAF
atc_heavy=0
atc_flight_number=767
atc_id_color=0x00000000
atc_id_font=Verdana,-11,1,600,0
visual_damage=0
atc_parking_types=RAMP

5. Save the file. You're done. Your new aircraft will now appear in the aircraft selection menu within the sim.

CREDITS:

Flight Dynamics: Tom Falley, Rob Cappers
Model: Alexander Schreijnders, Jan Visser, Rob Cappers
Textures: Tim Scharnhop, Gerrit Kranenbarg, Jan Visser
VC, Interior: Rob Cappers, Tim Scharnhop, Jan Visser
XML & DLL Programming: HansJörg Naegele
Gauge bitmaps: Rob Cappers, Tim Scharnhop
Modern Avionics: Simflyer, HansJörg Naegele
Effects: Roland Berger

By Tim Scharnhop

Looking down on Royal Air Force Douglas DC-2 AX767 in flight.

Looking down on Royal Air Force Douglas DC-2 AX767 in flight.

 

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The archive dc2x_raf.zip has 19 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
dc2x_raf.jpg01.04.11146.33 kB
file_id.diz01.04.11450 B
readme.txt01.04.113.97 kB
thumbnail.gif01.04.117.33 kB
A_spinprop.dds02.06.0964.12 kB
dc2_CabinPlate.dds12.15.10128.12 kB
dc2_CabinPlate_l.dds12.15.10128.12 kB
dc2_CabinPlate_on.dds12.15.10128.12 kB
dc2_exterior.dds11.21.094.00 MB
dc2_exterior_spec.dds11.19.094.00 MB
dc2_flag.dds11.19.0932.12 kB
dc2_interior_1.dds12.07.102.00 MB
dc2_interior_2.dds12.12.102.00 MB
dc2_interior_3.dds10.12.092.67 MB
texture.cfg11.06.08122 B
Thumbnail.jpg11.19.0963.56 kB
dc2x_raf2.jpg01.04.1177.28 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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