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Aerosoft Catalina Dirty VH-MGL V2

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About This File

This is a repaint of AEROSOFT Calalina Australian Rego VH-MGL

Instructions:

a) Extract this zip file to your desktop, and copy them to your Aerosoft_PBY-6A_Civ for FSX folder or

B) unzip the "texture.VH-MGL " folder in to Aerosoft_PBY-6A_Civ for FSX

c)Open the aircraft.cfg file and paste the following after the last number in your entry. Where you se an XX, replace this with a number as said after the last number you saw:

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[fltsim.xx]

title=PBY-6A_Civil_VH-MGL

sim=PBY6A_MIL

model=Calypso

panel=

sound=

texture=VHMGL

panel_alias =

sound_alias =

kb_checklists=cat_check

kb_reference=cat_ref

atc_id =VH-MGL

atc_id_color

atc_parking_types=RAMP

atc_parking_code=

atc_airline=

atc_flight_number=

atc_type =Consolidated

atc_model =None

ui_manufacturer ="Consolidated"

ui_type ="Catalina

ui_variation ="VH-MGL"

ui_typerole ="Twin Engine Prop"

ui_createdb ="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\nThe Cousteau organisation operated one in the late 1970's but this model sadly crashed in 1979, killing Philippe Cousteau, son of Jaques Cousteau."

visual_damage=0

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matt levi

jeansy1975@hotmail.com



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