Ilyushin Il-12 for FS2004

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Ilyushin Il-12 for FS2004

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I can't imagine anyone here still uses FS2004 but I thought I'd share this very nice model. It's an Ilyushin Il-12 built by Jens B. Kristensen. A very talented guy named 'Kazachek' has produced seven high quality paint schemes for this model. He's also updated the VC. All in all I think he's done a wonderful job breathing life back into this old model. The model can be found here...about halfway down the page. :)

https://www.avsim.su/files.phtml?uploader=54262&page=2

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Re: Ilyushin Il-12 for FS2004

Post by mgchristy »

Thanks Brian. Agreed - they are wonderful models. There's also a rework of Jens' IL-14 done by the same author. The -14 is (or was) a little more common and seems to have a better selection of repaints available. I had this model installed in FSX and P3D at various points, and don't recall any issues in either sim....so it does port over.

http://www.avsimrus.com/f/fs2004-aircra ... 40304.html
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Re: Ilyushin Il-12 for FS2004

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Hi Mark. :) Thanks for the heads-up regarding the other model. I'm flying the Il-12 in FSX and it seems to work just fine. The only thing I've changed is I adjusted the prop texture alpha channel. This is a really nice model.

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Re: Ilyushin Il-12 for FS2004

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I can't imagine anyone here still uses FS2004 but I thought I'd share this very nice model
I still use FS2004 and still enjoy it. I suppose I must be seen as a bit of a dinosaur by some but that’s ok. :) EricT
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Re: Ilyushin Il-12 for FS2004

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Tomliner wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 19:27
I can't imagine anyone here still uses FS2004 but I thought I'd share this very nice model
I still use FS2004 and still enjoy it. I suppose I must be seen as a bit of a dinosaur by some but that’s ok. :) EricT
Cool! :thumbsup: I assumed most of us were using the new sim. :)

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Tomliner wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 19:27
I can't imagine anyone here still uses FS2004 but I thought I'd share this very nice model
I still use FS2004 and still enjoy it. I suppose I must be seen as a bit of a dinosaur by some but that’s ok. :) EricT
I'm also in Jurassic Park with you there; oh and while you're perusing the Russian site, some guys have also tweeked Massimo Taccoli's Beriev BE 200 with some new clothes etc. too

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Re: Ilyushin Il-12 for FS2004

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FlyTexas wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 20:19 Cool! :thumbsup: I assumed most of us were using the new sim. :)
You mean FSX? :)

I won't show this thread to the xp laptop happily running fs2004, not least because I disabled the wibbly web thingy on it. :worried:
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Re: Ilyushin Il-12 for FS2004

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Tomliner wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 19:27
I can't imagine anyone here still uses FS2004 but I thought I'd share this very nice model
I still use FS2004 and still enjoy it. I suppose I must be seen as a bit of a dinosaur by some but that’s ok. :) EricT
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Re: Ilyushin Il-12 for FS2004

Post by Scorpius »

I have P3DV5, MSFS, FS9 and X-Plane.

For concurency I use X-plane but to fly british classics I still use FS9, in fact I still develope scenery for it.

I run MSFS once a week for the updates, then close it.

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