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Category: Flight Simulator 2004 - Aircraft Repaints, Textures and Modifications
Aeroflot Russian Airlines Fleet Pack 6 ZipDive!  Download

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Aeroflot began in March 1923 as Dobrolet with a mixed fleet of De Havilland, Vickers, Junkers and other aircraft. Dobrolet merged into Dobroflot in 1929 and flew all services within Russia. By 1932 the airline was called Aeroflot. After the second world war international sevices began. At one stage Aeroflot had a massive fleet of over 7,500 aircraft although this fleet was pretty much ALL the civilian aircraft in the former Soviet Union. Aeroflot began the world's first sustained jet airline service using Tupolev Tu-104 'Camel' jets (developed from the Tu-16 'Badger' bomber) on an extensive internal route network from the summer of 1955. The Tu-104 saw service until the mid-1970s. After the breakup of the Soviet Union Aeroflot broke up into lots of smaller carriers and became known as Aerflot - Russian International Airlines. Aeroflot began using leased Boeing 767s and 737-400s alongside the older soviet types and with a revised livery. The Russian flag replaced the Red Flag. Airline history supplied by http://airlines.afriqonline.com. The sixth (final) release contains the Aeroflot ANTK Tupolev TU-214, Boeing B737-400, McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (Cargo), and Yakolev YAK-40 aircraft. Contents of the packs include only textures. Aircraft models are by PAI, FSP, SAM, and AIA and can be obtained at the associated sites. These packages support MRAI fightplans for WI04. Repaints are by Frank Bass.

Filename: aeroflot_fleet_pack6.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 23rd December 2004, 20:57:25
Downloads: 2972
Author: Frank Bass
Size: 4584kb

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