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MSFS Airbus A320 Cockpit Preparation. Individual Doc file from the A320_CL to alleviate problem encountered by one user having difficulty printing the A320 checklist. By Joseph Pearson.
Posted Nov 8, 2020 02:45 by uploader
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These files contain extras for the excellent Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-21 MFB by Ivan Jurcaga. Extras included: • Documentation of the MiG-21. • Illustrated Checks and Reference kneeboard files in htm format so that they will be usable in both FSX and P3Dv3. These kneeboard files are based upon the great MiG-21 manual by Dutch Owen. • Extra VC camera definitions. • Modification of the [autopilot] section by adding entry; max_bank=28.000000 Implementation of these extras: Put all these files and folders into the root of the MiG-21 MFN aircraft. To add the max-bank entry, camera definitions, and kneeboard files to the aircraft read the Aircraft_cfg.txt When you're done you can delete the Aircraft_cfg.txt and the What is this.txt files. Good flights and happy landings wished to you by Flanker256
Posted Mar 14, 2019 05:25 by Flanker256
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7 Original google translated Tu-144 documentation files for the great freeware Tu-144D aircraft by Nikita Konstantinov, Thomas Ruth, Claudio Mussner, Mikhail Mitin, Igor Borozdin a.o. Files are in RTF format, so you can edit them with Wordpad before printing them as pdf files, which will result in ca. 23 Mb disk space. Hint: if you archive the RTF files with 7-zip you'll spare a lot of space. Finally I hope you'll find these documents useful.
Posted Feb 5, 2018 12:36 by Flanker256
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Translated manual for the Ilyushin IL-18 by Edgar Giunart. Created in rtf format with Wordpas so you can edit it if needed before printing it as pdf in order to reduce file size.
Posted Feb 3, 2018 16:58 by Flanker256
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S-76A Corporate Checklist For those who might enjoy a bit of real world authenticity in their FSX operations, this is the Checklist I used when flying a corporate version of the real aircraft in the 1980's & 90's. It is designed to be printed on both sides of a single 81/2" x 14" piece of paper and folded in quarters for easy use and storage in the cockpit. All credits go to Nemeth Designs for their fine FS9 model, Michael E. Roberts for his FSX upgrade, and the outstanding helicopter pilots with whom I flew many S-76 variants for over 20 years.
Posted May 29, 2014 11:38 by Michael Faraday