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American A321 Legacy US Airways (N578UW) 2.0.0

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Converted American Airlines - US Airways Legacy Repaint. Compatible with Aerosoft A321 Professional.

 

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I TAKE NO CREDIT FOR THIS REPAINT AS I AM NOT THE CREATOR. I SIMPLY CONVERTED IT TO MAKE IT COMPATIBLE WITH THE AEROSOFT AIRBUS PROFESSIONAL SERIES. 


What's New in Version 2.0.0   See changelog

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This is a reupload. I do not own the textures for this aircraft, just simply retrofitted it for the latest version of Prepar3D.

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I downloaded it and removed it immediately... The plane is too dirty for my liking. I am flight attendant with AA (previously US) in real life and have flown MANY times on this very aircraft... Don't know why people have to paint them like that. Not realistic at ALL!!... Whoever painted it, get my TWO THUMBS DOWN!!

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On 9/26/2018 at 12:17 PM, Pvazquez said:

I downloaded it and removed it immediately... The plane is too dirty for my liking. I am flight attendant with AA (previously US) in real life and have flown MANY times on this very aircraft... Don't know why people have to paint them like that. Not realistic at ALL!!... Whoever painted it, get my TWO THUMBS DOWN!!

I'm not sure either, maybe someone could do a repaint of it if we request it.

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On 9/29/2018 at 12:21 PM, JerryJet said:

I needed to add:

 

model=EXTIAE in the "aircraft.cfg"

 

to get the plane to display properly

Thanks. I'll update and reload.

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On 11/3/2018 at 9:32 PM, jwcruz825 said:

for me it dont let me install  via the livary maneger 

For manual installation. 

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On 12/8/2018 at 4:46 PM, Debra Ward said:

Very sloppy, nobody should use this.

I'm sorry that you feel this way, again, not my model just did the conversion. I would highly suggest requesting a repaint.

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