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  1. Kicking off a series of development updates, we will travel to the past, from when DC-3 was born to today, to understand the significance of this aircraft for the whole airline industry. Douglas Aircraft Company, after a TWA inquiry, started development of a new series of aircrafts, designated as Douglas Commercial (DC), the DC-1 in 1933, and DC-2 next year. Although DC-2 was successful, it was a bit narrow for what American Airlines wanted, which led to the development of one DST prototype. DST stands for Douglas Sleeper Transport! Yes beds in the airplane! Flew first time on December 17
  2. Hello. I have a problem with micro stutters in X-Plane 10.51. There is no similar problem with any other aircrafts. Thank you for your reply in advance!
  3. For the DC-3, I can't enter my validation details for some reason. There are no fields for email and password. 4k monitor, if that matters. Any ideas? (Attached screenshot) Hope this hasn't been covered. No search I attempted using multiple syntax worked. Thanks. <edit> Just tried the Take Command CRJ-200, same issue. Seems to be common to the BitRock installer. My other purchases that use the InstallBuilder work.
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    Aeroflot livery from 50s for Lisunov Li-2 which is russian made dc-3
  5. Aero Oy for LES DC-3 View File Aero Oy livery for Leading Edge Simulations DC-3 Submitter Niilo Submitted 10/23/2014 Category Vintage Livery For Click Here For Aircraft X-Plane Version(s)
  6. Running latest rev (1.4) of Leading Edge Simulation's DC3. Apologize if this has already been reported. A few issues: 1. Taxi control response is very latent - requires extreme pedal pressue to elicit a response. Difficult to control on take-off as well. I have more control adjusting engine power. 2. Interior lighting could use a boost. Example - Difficult to see comm/nav adjustment knobs. 3. Cowl flaps adjustment - hard to tell open/close activity without looking from outside craft. My system: Late 2012 iMac 27", I7 at 3.4 Ghz. 16GB memory, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680MX 2048 MB T
  7. File Name: N54542 for LES DC-3 File Submitter: Niilo File Submitted: 23 Oct 2014 File Category: Vintage X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 10 Livery For: Click Here For Aircraft N54542 operated by Experimental Aircraft Association It is missing the logo because i couldn't find it sadly. Click here to download this file
  8. File Name: LES DC-3 Austrian Airlines OE-LBD livery File Submitter: meistarkus File Submitted: 28 Dec 2014 File Category: Vintage X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 10 Livery For: Click Here For Aircraft Austrian Airlines DC-3 OE-LBD also known as "Enzian" served Austrian Airlines in the year 1967. This livery was made to honor this great aircraft. Installation: Simply put the AustrianAirlines folder into your DC3s liveries folder. Done. Please enjoy! This livery was created by myself. Click here to download this file
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    Austrian Airlines DC-3 OE-LBD also known as "Enzian" served Austrian Airlines in the year 1967. This livery was made to honor this great aircraft. Installation: Simply put the AustrianAirlines folder into your DC3s liveries folder. Done. Please enjoy! This livery was created by myself.
  10. Hi! Is there meanwhile a plan to support the whole X-Plane community? I think it's really a pity if this nice plane is not going to be available on Linux. Especially as it got a whole lot of positive feedback. I'd really love to fly it. But so far, no linux, no money. For me it's as easy as that. Cheers Rob
  11. File Name: Kar Air livery for LES DC-3 File Submitter: Niilo File Submitted: 23 Oct 2014 File Category: Vintage X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 10 Livery For: Click Here For Aircraft Kar Air DC-3 OH-VKB is the second of four Kar Air dc3s which is preserved at Finnish Aviation Museum at Vantaa. Click here to download this file
  12. File Name: Aeroflot for LES DC-3 File Submitter: Niilo File Submitted: 23 Oct 2014 File Category: Vintage X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 10 Livery For: Click Here For Aircraft Aeroflot livery from 50s for Lisunov Li-2 which is russian made dc-3 Click here to download this file
  13. 34 downloads

    Kar Air DC-3 OH-VKB is the second of four Kar Air dc3s which is preserved at Finnish Aviation Museum at Vantaa.
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    N54542 operated by Experimental Aircraft Association It is missing the logo because i couldn't find it sadly.
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    Aero Oy livery for Leading Edge Simulations DC-3
  16. Hello, First I must say that I really enjoy flying the DC-3, especially in FSeconomy, but there is some problem with the ADF: Right after starting up X-plane and selecting the DC-3, the ADF needles work with tuned frequencies in range. But if you just turn off and on again the ADF switch, or change the freq. they stop working until you restart X-Plane (sometimes even this doesnt help, almost randomly). Hope you can help with that, Etrich
  17. I love the new DC-3, but I have a couple questions. 1. I can get Nav1 and an NDB on the leftmost nav gauge. Where does Nav2 appear? Only on the copilot gauge? That's okay with me, I just want to make sure I understand how the gauges work. 2. I know the DC-3 appeared before the advent of VORs. Is that why I can't find an OBS knob anywhere? Or is there one and I'm just missing it? (By the way, thank you for not including a GPS. Much more immersive this way.) 3. What's the expected cruising speed of the plane? 4. Any general advice on how to manage throttle/prop/mixture? All three full on
  18. Hi, guys! Question for you, how do I do a vor to vor navigation say from Reno to Seattle, and from San Francisco to New York, ect.? I cannot seem to find what I'm looking for on the internet. I'm very interested in trying out the vor to vor navigation like what the pilots did back in the 1930s, 1940s and in the Saab 340A without the FMS! Thanks! Cheers, Vincent
  19. Hi, this is my first post. I have searched for an answer but can't find one in here. When I start the engines on the dc-3 in x-plane 10 the oil pressure goes straight up to 85 psi at idle throttle. The only way I can take off is by getting the pressure to well over 100 psi. The manual says that you should wait till the pressure has increased to 40 before increasing rpm's. I have followed the checklist and can only conclude that there is a problem with the software. Perhaps there is an update that I'm not aware of. I did look for one but I couldn't find one. I would appreciate any help in this
  20. Here you can see an HD video of the classic Douglas DC-3 landing on a lake...
  21. Here I put a video of a DC-3 taking off from water and landing at the airport of Lugano (Switzerland): Sorry for flying errors. I hope you like
  22. File Name: Aer Lingus DC-3 File Submitter: glasscockpits File Submitted: 12 Nov 2012 File Category: Vintage X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 9 & 10 Livery For: Click Here For Aircraft The Aer Lingus EI-ACE Douglas DC-3 was the company's second oldest Dakota. Very little information about this aircraft is known. According to it's serial number, cn 42956 was sold to Royal Nepal Airlines. On July 12, 1969, while on a flight from Katmandu to Simra, the DC-3 collided with trees on a cloud covered mountain summit. The plane was 10 miles from its destination when it crashed. Weather was poor at the ti
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    The Aer Lingus EI-ACE Douglas DC-3 was the company's second oldest Dakota. Very little information about this aircraft is known. According to it's serial number, cn 42956 was sold to Royal Nepal Airlines. On July 12, 1969, while on a flight from Katmandu to Simra, the DC-3 collided with trees on a cloud covered mountain summit. The plane was 10 miles from its destination when it crashed. Weather was poor at the time of the accident. All aboard lost their lives that day. Installation: Place the complete folder (Aer Lingus DC-3) into your X-aviation--->Douglas DC-3--->liveries directory. O
  24. File Name: Rovos Air DC-3 File Submitter: glasscockpits File Submitted: 29 Oct 2012 File Category: Vintage X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 9 & 10 Livery For: Click Here For Aircraft The Rovos Air Douglas DC-3 (South Africa) was delivered in May of 1944. The following companies owned or leased her; KG600 RAF Montreal– Beldex 1958 – N96U Freeport Nickel 1959 – CU-P-702 Moa Bay Mining 1959 – N702S Freeport Sulphur 1960 – International Telephone&Telegraph 1962 – G-ASDX Standard Telephone&Cables 1962 – G-AJRY 1962 – TD Keegan – Transmeridian Air Cargo 1970 - TD Keegan 1971 - ZS-PTG United
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    The Rovos Air Douglas DC-3 (South Africa) was delivered in May of 1944. The following companies owned or leased her; KG600 RAF Montreal– Beldex 1958 – N96U Freeport Nickel 1959 – CU-P-702 Moa Bay Mining 1959 – N702S Freeport Sulphur 1960 – International Telephone&Telegraph 1962 – G-ASDX Standard Telephone&Cables 1962 – G-AJRY 1962 – TD Keegan – Transmeridian Air Cargo 1970 - TD Keegan 1971 - ZS-PTG United Air Service, Johannesburg 1974 – Sandriver Safaris 1976 - A2-ACG Air Service Botswana 1980 - ZS-PTG United Air, Johannesburg - Wonderair, Wonderboom - Debon Air, Lanseria 1995 - ZS-C
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