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Thread: One more aircraft in the Peerhoven fleet!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by peer01 View Post
    Based on Rumors, Fake-News and nonsense! Everybody here knows the truth! Honest!
    Latest from Jan's local paper. You might try parallel parking next time!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by annber View Post
    Latest from Jan's local paper. You might try parallel parking next time!!
    You can't blame that one on Jan!! This awful crash appears to be on dry land! As far as I can tell, regardless of the aircraft, Jan hasn't made a dry or even life saving landing in decades!!

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    This thread reminded me, I still have a hangar full of Peerhoven aircraft, except for the Connie. That is sat in Africa somewhere, must try and locate it again.

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    cruise alt reached. Smoking signs off, but passengers seatbelts fastened.
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    already on approach to EDDF.
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    safely down.
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    taxi to gate.
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    next morning preparing for a flight to LGAV. Added shockwave effecs.
    Moved the lightsplash effect on body. (Came from other posky.)
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    Some impressions of Frankfurt, form the tower.
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    Bya!!
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    this is the Posky 737-800W Peerhoven paint.
    Found it in the Flightsim.com Library.
    Filename: os_peer738sak.zip
    The model in that is the Posky 737W. Unfortunately a 2004 model with no VC.

    After a little work I managed to stick this paint on a Posky 737WE model. That is a fsx model. So adding a VC is possible.
    I actually had the 737WE installed already. From a package that had the Alejandro Lucena 737 VC.
    From this file from FlyAwaySimulation: x37378datuf.zip

    (I had earlier also added two textures to that. From the Flightsim.com File Library:
    tui738fr-fsx.zip And x3738fz-x-fsrepaintsger.zip
    These are complete planes, I think I only added those textures. Was a while ago.)

    Anywho. The peerhoven paint did require a little work to fit on the model, but not much. There was also some personal preference edits I made to the aircraft.cfg file.
    I did the editing while taxing/flying. It was a long time since I flew that plane.

    Here's some screenshots. Enjoy!

    at EHVB.
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    taxiing to rw-5.
    (weird black left engine. right is ok. Reason was the texture file for the engines: Os737ng_engine_t.bmp
    Problem is that its alpha channel. It is white on top (right engine OK) but part grey/black at the bottom (left engine area).
    I made a backup of it first, and then replaced the Os737ng_engine_t.bmp alpha with a white .bmp file of the same size.
    That fixed it. Compare with 4th and 5th image in post below.)
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    takeoff run.
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    rotate.
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    climb-out.
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    slight left turn to avoid left downwind traffic rw-36 at EHAM.
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    now above the EHAM pattern. Turning East.
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    past EHAM, climbing to cruising altitude, continuing East.
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    Last edited by il88pp; 02-19-2018 at 07:58 PM.

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