Avro Ten (Fokker FVIIb/3m)

FSX and FS2004 Avro Ten. The Avro 618 'Ten' was a British, licence-built version of the Fokker FVIIb/3m, one of the most succesful airline...

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FSX and FS2004 Avro Ten. The Avro 618 'Ten' was a British, licence-built version of the Fokker FVIIb/3m, one of the most succesful airliners of 1925-1935. This package contains two aircraft: VH-UNA 'Southern Sun' of Charles Kingsford-Smith's original Australian National Airways, and G-AASP 'Achilles' of Imperial Airways. Version 2 model with a new panel and much-improved virtual cockpit. By Jens B. Kristensen

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FSX and FS2004 Avro Ten

By Jens B. Kristensen 

Version 2, November 2006.

The Avro 618 'Ten' was a British, licence-built version of the Fokker FVIIb/3m, one of the most succesful airliners of 1925-1935. 
Avro procured its licence to build the FVIIb/3m in 1928, and built a total of 14. This package contains two aircraft:

1) Avro Ten VH-UNA 'Southern Sun' of Charles Kingsford-Smith's original Australian National Airways. This company was rather short-lived, and must not be confused with the later ANA. The 'Fokkers' of ANA were painted in the same colours as Kingsford-Smith's Fokker FVIIb/3m 'Southern Cross', famous for its Pacific crossing in 1928. (I hope to model that one some day). ANA flew non-stop Sydney-Brisbane, so you can try that route, and Sydney-Melbourne as well.

2) Avro Ten G-AASP 'Achilles' of Imperial Airways, one of the predecessors of B.O.A.C. Imperial Airways used its two 'Fokkers' for special charter flights.

For more details of Fokker FVII history and for flying instructions, plase read the documentation (pdf format, requires Acrobat Reader) installed in the \manual folder.

Please note: The aircraft is listed under 'Fokker', not 'Avro' in the FS 'select aircraft' box.

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New in this version: 

FS X compatible. Much more accurate panel & virtual cockpit, and various small improvements.

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*To install for Flight Simulator X: 

Run the setup program. 

*To install for Flight Simulator 2004 - A Century of Flight:

Run the setup program. When you get to the "Destination
Folder" dialog, click the 'Browse' button and locate your
 
     Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator 9\aircraft
 
folder.


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Many thanks to Gary Milera for details about the Australian 'Fokkers'.

The gauges are mainly Microsoft gauges from Flight Simulator 2004, som of them slightly modified. A few are by myself, such as the 'Controleur de Vol'.

The sounds are from the FS2004 Lockheed Vega.

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This aircraft was originally made with FSDS 2.24, this updated model with FSDS 3.0 . Textures with Paint Shop Pro and DxtBmp. 

It is freeware and must stay that way.

Good luck flying the Fokker FVII trimotor!

Jens B. Kristensen,  november 4, 2006
Jens.B.Kristensen@mail.tele.dk

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