AIRSPEED OXFORD - PUBLISHED

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Molyned
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AIRSPEED OXFORD - PUBLISHED

Post by Molyned » 11 May 2018, 14:45

The Airspeed Oxford is now available from Flightsim.com :excited:
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A big thanks to you beta testers for your input. I've tried to incorporate suggested mods where possible and noted all comments.
Thanks again. :welldone:
Next ...the civilian conversion - the Consul.
Cheers :cheers:
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Re: AIRSPEED OXFORD - PUBLISHED

Post by Paul K » 11 May 2018, 16:07

Very nice indeed, Dave. Well done ! :cheers:
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Re: AIRSPEED OXFORD - PUBLISHED

Post by Airspeed » 12 May 2018, 03:57

Thank you, Dave!
I'm off to Flightsim now! :excited:

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Re: AIRSPEED OXFORD - PUBLISHED

Post by Okami » 24 May 2018, 13:19

Two years after my entire flight sim installation spectacularly disintegrated together with my computer drive, I finally reinstalled my FS9 - and this is the first thing that popped up. Thank you so much for this, Dave!

Little question though - any chance of releasing a paintkit for the Envoy, the Oxford and (when it becomes available) the Consul? There are so many Oxford and Consul schemes out there that are just begging to be made...

https://www.na3t.org/air/list_digital?page=105

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Re: AIRSPEED OXFORD - PUBLISHED

Post by Molyned » 24 May 2018, 15:57

Thanks 'Okami' pleased you like the Oxford.
No, I don't publish paintkits for any of my aircraft builds - I wouldn't really know where to begin and I only use a version of PaintshopPro which might not suite everybody.
However, all is not lost - Peter Watkins has been on the case since publication of the aircraft and has now produced a goodly number of repaints . They are available at FlightSim.com along with repaints of my other Airspeed aircraft.
Regards :cheers:
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Re: AIRSPEED OXFORD - PUBLISHED

Post by Filonian » 24 May 2018, 20:38

Many thanks for another true classic Dave.

Ah, the Consul. Memories. I can remember sitting in the "office" of a Consul in a hangar at RAF Yeadon on the way from a boozy night out in Otley. Bus only took us to Yeadon Town Hall. Don't ask for pictures - at that time of night and in that condition - no chance.

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