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The EMB-120 is one of 2 aircraft types flown by Great Lakes Airlines, a United States domestic, regional carrier. Great Lakes provides scheduled passenger service to 59 airports in 15 states throughout the North Central and Southwestern United States using a fleet of 6 Embraer EMB-120 Brasilias and 30+ Raytheon/Beech B1900D's. Great Lakes operates hubs at approximately eight US airports, with Denver International (KDEN) seeing the greatest number of Great Lakes flights. This repaint is one of Great Lakes' 6 EMB-120's and bears registration N299UX. It is one of the oldest EMB120's in Great Lakes' fleet, beginning its life in the mid 1990's. This is a textures only package; you must have the EMB-120 package by Erick Cantu, Daniel Halpern and Steve Drabek. The fuselage and tail textures in this repaint are 32-bit with no-mips. Repaint by Jeffrey S. Bryner.
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Posted Dec 9, 2010 09:35 by Jeffrey S. Bryner
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This elegant STOL flying boat amphibian was designed in Germany and is built almost entirely of lightweight, non-corrosive, composite materials. The prototype first flew in 1983 but no production was started at that time. In November 2009 Dornier Seaplane, now based in Florida, USA, announced that production would start in 2011 and the aircraft would be built in Quebec, Canada. The Seastar is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PT-6 turboprops arranged on top of the cantilever parasol wing in a 'push-pull' configuration. Twelve passengers can be carried in the short range high density seating configuration or six in the corporate executive cabin. The Seastar can operate from water or land bases, including short grass fields. Complete package for FS2004 including custom panel and VC with both 6 and 12 seat interiors. Custom PT-6 sounds and full moving parts. Realistic and pleasant flight dynamics. The package includes 3 liveries, the prototype Dornier livery, a fictional Kenmore Air livery and a fanciful Canadian Forces Search & Rescue scheme. By Jean-Pierre Brisard & Bob May- Premier Aircraft Design.
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