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AI Aardvark Releases Boeing 767-300

Posted on Sun, 12 Oct 2003 23:30:28 GMT
This week AI Aardvark has released their new FS2002/FS2004 Boeing 767-300 model for use as AI aircraft. Versions with three different engine types are available and a wide variety of liveries are included in the initial release. A repaint kit will also be available shortly. For full details, click on Read More.Earlier this week, AI Aardvark had released the Boeing 767-300 aircraft which used the Rolls Royce and Pratt & Whitney engines. The last engine variation, General Electric has just been released with 18 repaints. In total, 27 repaints for all engine types were released.

Airlines covered in this release are: Aeroflot, Air Canada, Air New Zealand, Alitalia, American, Australian, British Airways, Delta, Gulf Air, Gulf Traveller, Hawaiian, KLM, Lan Chile, Qantas, Scandinavian, United, UPS, and Uzbekistan. Several of these airlines have multiple repaints.

This 767-300 was designed exclusively for AI use and features 10 LOD models to ensure frame rate friendliness. Moving parts include: landing gear, flaps, slats, spoilers and engine fans. It includes two sets of FDEs so that it can be used in both FS2002 and FS2004.

A layered paint kit for the 767-300 will be released in the next few days.

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Ian Stephens

About Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens is a flight simulation enthusiast also with a keen interest in aviation and technology.  Ian spends a lot of his time experimenting with various simulator packages but has a love for Microsoft Flight Simulator X because of the huge selection of add-ons available.  However, Ian also has copies of Prepar3D and X-Plane installed. 

Ian has been writing for Fly Away Simulation for over 9 years.  Should you wish, you can contact Ian via email at


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