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FS2004 Armstrong Whitworth Argosy 200

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FS2004 Armstrong Whitworth Argosy 200 Series. The AW650 Argosy was a private venture from Hawker Siddeley's Armstrong Whitworth division aimed at the airline cargo market and first flown on January 8, 1959, powered by four Rolls-Royce Dart 532 turboprops. The series 200 was built for BEA and featured uprated engines for heavier take-off weights. BEA bought five 220s but only operated them for a few years before they were sold, two soldiering on with Safe-Air in New Zealand until the 1990s and others serving with Air Bridge Carriers in the UK. There are none still flying but several are preserved. Master textures, model and FDE by Rick Piper. Gauges and panel by Fraser McKay. 2D panel views by Dave Booker. Repaints by Garry Russell. Drawings and info supplied by Brian C Gibbs. Hundreds of photographs of real Argosy by Dave Booker and Tony Madge.

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