• Virtualcol - ATR 42/72 Released As Freeware

    Virtualcol - ATR 42

    Today commercial aircraft developer Virtualcol offers a freeware gift to the flightsim community in the form of ATR 42 and ATR 72 aircraft for both FS2004 and FSX. That's not all, as they've also thrown in an FS2004 scenery of Tocumen International Airport in Panama.

    These aircraft are full packages, each with many variants, virtual cockpit, turboprop sounds, user manual and a large set of liveries.

    Virtualcol - ATR 42

    Virtualcol - ATR 42

    Download Virtualcol ATR 42 Freeware
    Download Virtualcol ATR 72 Freeware
    Download Virtualcol Tocument Airport Freeware


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    8 Comments
    1. Mowgli22's Avatar
      Mowgli22 -
      Well, this is a pleasant surprise. Thank you Virtualcol and Flightsim for hosting.
    1. Swoop's Avatar
      Swoop -
      A BIG , BIG Thank you Virtualcol .
    1. abwatson's Avatar
      abwatson -
      Brilliant! Thank you very much, Virtualcol people. Your gesture is really appreciated
    1. bobmay's Avatar
      bobmay -
      Yes indeed, many thanks Virtualcol. Unexpectedly this ATR model works well in P3Dv4.4 and is a very welcome addition to the fleets of us "soft core" simmers who like a reasonable level of system sophistication to make it interesting but don't want to wade through a hefty manual before pushing back from the ramp.
    1. sith's Avatar
      sith -
      Does anybody is experiencing the altimeter showing transition from 100 to hundred feet? not showing for example 3430 feet... it remains 3400 until reaching 3500 when it jumps immediately from 3400 to 3500... help is appreciated thanks.
    1. Prostock's Avatar
      Prostock -
      Nice Vitualcol - Much appreciated. Anyone know where I can find a readme file for it? Thanks
    1. mrzippy's Avatar
      mrzippy -
      Quote Originally Posted by Prostock View Post
      Nice Vitualcol - Much appreciated. Anyone know where I can find a readme file for it? Thanks
      I have the ATR-72 user manual in PDF format. What do you need a README for?
    1. Prostock's Avatar
      Prostock -
      Quote Originally Posted by mrzippy View Post
      I have the ATR-72 user manual in PDF format. What do you need a README for?
      Oversite on my part Mr Zippy. I was looking in the unzipped folder which didn't contain the PDF link. I looked in the zip & found it. Thanks
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