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1947 C140 for FS2004 Released by SimFlight3D

Posted on Fri, 21 Sep 2012 23:00:00 GMT

A new product from SimFlight3D is 1947 C140 for FS2004. 

1940's Cessna C140

C140 is a single-engine, two-seater plane with a speed limit of 109 knots (125 mph). A light utility aircraft, initial models of this aircraft had four cylinder piston engines and 85-90 horsepower.

Introduced in 1946, the C140 was produced between 1946 and 1950 and some 7,600 C140s have been sold. If you like general aviation aircraft, the new 1947 C140 model will please you. Although the real life aircraft is simple, this FS2004 model comes with numerous features that every simulation fan will enjoy.


  • A highly detailed cockpit
  • Full 2D and 3D panels (day and night)
  • Doors, window, and engine compartment open
  • Realistic shadows and lighting
  • High resolution, photo realistic textures for both interior and exterior, also  optimized for smooth frame rate
  • Checklist and performance information
  • 4 paint schemes are available
  • Animated key chain and retractable landing light
  • Click chart for map screen / mike button for ATC window

For screen shots of this aircraft, visit

Over the years, SimFlight3D has created several highly detailed 3D aircrafts for Flight Simulation. The aircrafts have very detailed virtual cockpits, modern 3D graphics, and animated control surfaces. Other recent SimFlight3D products include:

  • Sea Fury - Reno Racer "Spirit of Texas" for FSX
  • 1947 C140 For FSX
  • '58 C172

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Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens

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rwfiles7Sat, 22 Sep 2012 06:30:26 GMT

This is a great looking plane and would be great for back country flying! When my older brother (in partnership) owned a Piper TriPacer we loved to fly into back country places, like into the Salene Valley, California (just West of Death Valley), and land in placed like "Chicken Strip". That was a great life!

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