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FSX and FS2004 Boeing 307 Stratoliner. The Boeing 307 was the first pressurized airliner. Because of the war, only 10 were built, initially for Pan American and TWA (and a special version for Howard Hughes). Three versions included here, in PanAm and TWA colours. By Jens B. Kristensen.
FSX and FS2004 Boeing 307 Stratoliner By Jens B. Kristensen 2007. The Boeing 307 was the first pressurized airliner. Because of the war, only 10 were built, initially for Pan American and TWA (plus a personal plane for Howard Hughes). Three versions included here, in PanAm and TWA colours. For more details, see the pdf document located in the \documentation folder. During installation, you have the option of viewing (and printing) it. ---- Version 1.0, for FSX and FS2004. ---- *To install for Flight Simulator X: Just run the included setup program. *To install for Flight Simulator 2004 - A Century of Flight: 1) Run the included setup program. When you get to the "Destination Folder" dialog, click the 'Browse' button and locate your Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator 9\aircraft folder. 2) Continue the setup! ---- Many gauges in the panel are from the default FS Douglas DC-3, some of them slightly modified by Jens B. Kristensen. The ILS gauge contains XML code by Saviero Maurri. The OBS selector is by Hans-Joerg Naegele. A number of gauges (mostly switches) are, with permission from Tom Gibson, www.calclassic.com, based on work by Tom himself, Kevin Trinkle, Ernie Kennedy and Ken 'Mitch' Mitchell. I have used complete gauges from them (cowl flap switches), or used the bitmaps from their c-style gauges and made xml-versions of them. In some cases I have modified the bitmaps. Many thanks to Tom & Co. ---- This plane was made with FSDS 3.0. It is freeware and must stay that way. Good luck! Jens B. Kristensen, 2. january 2007 Jens.B.Kristensen@mail.tele.dk
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