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Aerosoft Catalina Adastra-Hunting Geophysics


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About This File

This folder contains a repaint for the Aerosoft PBY Catalina for FSX. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the repaint kit by Aerosoft.

INSTALLATION

1. Unzip to a temporary location.

2. Copy the "texture.adastra" folder in this download to your "Aerosoft_PBY-5A_Mil" directory within FSX

3. Copy and paste the following text into the aircraft.cfg file inside the "Aerosoft_PBY-5A_Mil" directory (replacing the X with the next number in line after your last existing paint scheme - if the last paint scheme already on the list is fltsim.6, this should be fltsim.7)

[fltsim.x]

title=PBY-5A_Military_Adastra

sim=PBY5A_MIL

model=brazilian1

panel=

sound=

texture=adastra

panel_alias=

sound_alias=

kb_checklists=cat_check

kb_reference=cat_ref

atc_id=VH-AGP

atc_id_color=

atc_parking_types=RAMP

atc_parking_code=

atc_airline=

atc_flight_number=

ui_manufacturer="Consolidated"

ui_type="Catalina"

ui_variation="PBY-5A Adastra VH-AGB"

ui_typerole="Twin Engine Prop"

ui_createdby="Aerosoft"

description="The Consolidated PBY Catalina was an American flying boat designed and produced by Consolidated Aircraft in the 1930s and 1940s.\n\n It served with all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces and with air forces and navies of many other countries.\n\n It is also known as the OA-10 (U.S. Air Force) and Cansos (Canadian build models).\n\nThis PBY-5A flew from Belem Air Base on Search and Rescue duties during the 50s and 60s"

visual_damage=0

4. Have fun flying!

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

TThe blanks used for this repaint were supplied by Aerosoft.

LEGAL STUFF

This repaint is released as FREEWARE. You may use and modify it in any way you wish, but

you may NOT use it in any kind of money-making endeavor, and you may NOT publicly

distribute any copies of it, whether modified or not, without my permission. I plan to post this repaint at OZx and Sim-outhouse. If you find it anywhere else, you can be sure it was posted there without my permission.

Jan Kees Blom

CONTACT

Questions and/or comments about this repaint are always welcome via e-mail at

jcblom@ipact.nl

23 june 2009


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