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FS2004 Project Globe Twotter DHC6-300. First Air Reg_ID: C-FASS. This Twin Otter is based at Yellow Knife ( CYZF ) in the North West Territories of Canada. Includes panel, views and livery by Premier Aircraft Design. The D6SKYBUS.ZIP (here) Must be installed before using this aircraft. Model made in Gmax with wing views, dynamic shine, full suspension, etc. Project by Udo Lemmob, Barry Blaisdell, Samy Fay and Bob May. 7.3MB
FS2004 DHC6-300 Shangri-la Air 9N-AFX. This Twin Otter flys charter flights from Kathmandu to "Everest", and all over Nepal. Textures have been corrected from FS2002 version to make it compatible with FS2004. Model made completely in Gmax with wing views, dynamic shine, full suspension, etc. Project by Udo Lemmob, Barry Blaisdell, Samy Fay. Shangri-la livery: Ted Griggs. 1.2MB
FS2004/2 Evergreen International VAC C-130E. Mike Stone's C-130E model repainted for an Evergreen International VAC Livery. Repainted by Tom Dennis. 801K
FS2004 BOAC DC-7C and DC-7CF. BOAC was an early customer for the DC-7C, and had a fleet of ten. Repaints by Jens B Kristensen of original model by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson, flight dynamics by FS Aviator, modified for FS2004 by Tom Gibson. Will require DC-7 Panel. 4.8MB
FS2004 Scandinavian Airlines System Convair 440 Metropolitan. SAS used 20 CV-440's in 1956-76. Three liveries (early, middle and late) included. Repaints by Jens B Kristensen of original model by Tom Gibson, Greg Pepper, Alan Jennings and Steve Mathis, flight dynamics by FSAviator, modified for FS2004 by Tom Gibson. Will require CV Panel. 7.6MB
FS2004 Scandinavian Airlines System DC-7C and DC-7F. The DC-7C's of SAS became famous for opening the polar route from Europe to Japan, flying from Copenhagen to Tokyo via Anchorage, Alaska. SAS used 15 DC-7C and two DC-7F in 1956-68. Four liveries (early, middle and late) included. Repaint by Jens B Kristensen of original model by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson, flight dynamics by FS Aviator, modified for FS2004 by Tom Gibson. Will require DC-7 Panel. 8.8MB
FS2004 Project Globe Twotter DHC6-300. Air Labrador Reg_ID: C-GHBP. This Twin Otter is the latest addition to the Air Labrador Fleet based at Goose Bay ( CYYR ) in the Canadian Maritime Provinces. Includes authentic panel, views and livery by Premier Aircraft Design. The D6SKYBUS.ZIP (here)must be installed before using this aircraft. Model made completely in Gmax with wing views, dynamic shine, full suspension, exit doors etc. Project by Udo Lemmob, Barry Blaisdell, Samy Fay and Bob May. 8.8MB
FS 2004 Scandinavian Airlines System DC-6. SAS used 13 DC-6's in 1948-61. Two liveries (early and late) included. Repaint by Jens B Kristensen of original model by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson, flight dynamics by FS Aviator updated for FS2004 by Tom Gibson. 4.4MB
FS2004 Sterling Airways DC-6B. The Danish charter airline Sterling (European) Airways used as number of DC-6B's in the 'sixties and early 'seventies. Repaint by Jens B Kristensen of original GMAX model by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson, flight dynamics by FS Aviator, modified for FS2004 by Tom Gibson. 3.3MB
FS2004 KLM DC7C and DC7F. KLM was an important user of the DC-7C, operating a fleet of 15 during 1957-65. The DC-7F freighter conversions served until 1969. Repaints by Jens B Kristensen of original model by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson, flight dynamics by FS Aviator, modified for FS2004 by Tom Gibson. 8.7MB