Boeing 767-200 and -300 for FS2004 Released by CLS

Commercial Level Simulations (CLS) announced on 1 February 2010 its release of Boeing 767-200 and -300, a dedicated model for FS2004.

After one and a half years of unwavering commitment and hard work, CLS released this high quality and highly detailed package which they designed with one goal in mind – to ensure that it enhances simulation experiences for all flight simulation enthusiasts.

Qantas 767 from CLS.

Qantas 767 from CLS.

All regular passenger models are included in the base package, with 24 liveries included. With both the 767-200 and 767-300 modelled for FS2004, this product represents a complete package for users. The expanded version of the package will include a beautiful winglet version, AWACS, Tanker and the cargo variants – and these will come with detailed textures.

The key features of this product are as follows:

  • Dedicated models for FS2004
  • Extensively detailed exterior models
  • 2D panel with custom gauges
  • Interactive 3D Virtual cockpit of very high quality
  • Highly detailed liveries
  • Simple, concise and easy to read manual
  • Pushback truck
  • Air stairs for passenger models
  • Dynamic wing-flex
  • Detailed flight deck when seen from the exterior
  • Ability to choose to show the wings from the interior view (wing view)
  • Many animations, including: passenger doors, luggage-cargo doors, flaps, rudder and elevators
  • Animations also available for undercarriage, engine fans, thrust reversers and spoilers
  • High quality sound sets for RR, GE and PW engines
  • Rolls Royce, Pratt and Whitney and General Electric engines modelled
  • Both 767-200 and 767-300 modelled

Boeing 767-200 and -300 is not DX10 compatible.

Demonstration Video

Below is a demonstration video of CLS' 767 200/300 for FSX & FS2004.

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Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens

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vic sorensenMon, 27 Feb 2012 23:33:28 GMT

I'm an airliner capt/pilot, can't see you're good in handling all products, and some on them is NOT correct. Been flying a 767 for years and NOT all of your info's are correct, think bad for costumers. Thanks !!!

carlosWed, 12 Jun 2013 15:34:51 GMT

Hi, I instaled Boeing 767 CLS for my FS9, but I don't met gauges, nowbody knows where can I load? thanks all

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