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X-Plane 11 Bristol Britannia 312 1.0

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X-Plane 11 Bristol Britannia 312 1.0. This is David Starling's Bristol Britannia, converted for X-Plane 11. Designed to a 1947 specification for a medium-range airliner for the British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC), the Britannia prototype made its first flight on August 16, 1952. A long-range version, the Series 300, was developed for trans-Atlantic service and entered service on the London-New York route on December 19, 1957. G-AOVF was built for BOAC and first flew on December 18, 1957. The highlight of its career was its use by HRH Princess Margaret on a tour of the West Indies in 1958. G-AOVF now resides at the RAF Museum at Cosford, England. This X-Plane version of the aircraft features a custom panel and a BOAC livery. Be sure to read the POH. By Sean McLeod (Aerostarsim).


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