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Final Pack of the BAC/English Electric Canberra Released

Last updated Thu, 02 Aug 2018 12:25:59 GMT
Originally posted on Fri, 01 Jun 2012 23:00:00 GMT

Flying Stations has released the final pack of the BAC/English Electric Canberra series for FS2004. 

The pack includes test-bed, experimental and photo-reconnaissance Canberra roles, including the PR.3/7 and T.22 models.

Flying Stations' English Electric Canberra in FS2004

Flying Stations' English Electric Canberra in FS2004


  • PR.3/7 Camera hatch open/close
  • PR.7 Flare release, camera view/pilot view
  • Opening bomb bay/flare bay doors
  • Jettisonable drop tanks and payloads
  • Jettisonable canopy and working ejector seat for the pilot
  • Parked configuration: engage parking brakes to see a range of features.
  • Numerous other animations

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Flying Stations is a team of three flight simulation enthusiasts with backgrounds in engineering, modeling, design and real world aviation. The team’s goal is to continue creating top quality aircraft for FSX and FS2004. 

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