Mike (Airspeed) might like this.

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Mike (Airspeed) might like this.

Post by FlyTexas » 03 Jan 2019, 15:15

I wondered if I should even post this after reading of Mrs Airspeed's sudden medical emergency. :(
Hopefully this will put a smile on Mike's face. :)

Milton and his team have completed the native FSX version of his Lockheed L-18, C-57, C-60A. 4 models with 25 military and civilian liveries. Available now at Sim Outhouse.

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Post by blanston12 » 03 Jan 2019, 18:35

I have downloaded it myself, it is very nice.
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Post by simondix » 03 Jan 2019, 22:32

Works in P3Dv4 as well.
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Re: Mike (Airspeed) might like this.

Post by Airspeed » 05 Jan 2019, 05:06

Thanks for the thought, Brian!
We haven't seen TAA in the air for many years; their TV jingle used to be "Up, up and away, with TAA....." (to the tune of that balloon song).
When I get my outfit operational again, I'll give that a try, drop into a few far-flung landing strips and regional airports, deliver axle grease and new shearing blades to the needy. *-)

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