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Reworked Tu-114 final version now on AVSIM.SU
PostPosted: Sun Nov 02, 2014 18:34 Reply with quote
WalterLeo
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Hi friends:

I present now the reworked Tu-114 D Cuba Variation on AVSIM.SU:

http://www.avsimrus.com/f/fs2004-aircrafts-40/tu-114-d-cuba-variatio-55176.html?action=download&hl=

The Flight Manual is here:

http://www.avsimrus.com/f/fs2004-aircrafts-40/brief-flight-manual-for-tu-114-d-cuban-variation-55177.html?action=download&hl=

An English Crewsound you find here:

http://www.avsimrus.com/f/fs2004-sounds-38/english-crewsounds-for-tu-114-d-cuba-variation-55178.html?action=download&hl=

Hope you will enjoy!

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 02, 2014 19:11 Reply with quote
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Interesting addon Tu-114, it reminds me of the old Ladas in here. Modified over time with parts from different automobiles over time Смех

However, it's very good you're still actively supporting the english comunity of aviation with new manuals, navigation help etc etc. The documentation available even on complicated navigation is intense so I do not understand why many people complain to me about Russian aircraft there being no documentation.

The Tu-134 manual I'm now at page 40 and includes tables mostly from real manual however translated graphically to english, after that I believe our simulation should be complete... However Il-18 is a very interesting aircraft, you should try out the one over here with authentic navigation system:

http://www.avsimrus.com/f/fs2004-aircrafts-40/il-18-34726.html


P.S, Perhaps you have more information in Spanish? I had to learn it when I was younger, so it could be interesting to know about these aircraft in Cuba.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 02, 2014 19:40 Reply with quote
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Well, as if to back up a story on Fox News that Americans pay more for internet and get slower service than, say Korea, my idiot ISP crashed twice while trying to download the package. Thanks, AOL. I did it despite those clowns...

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Thanks for Your comments!
PostPosted: Mon Nov 03, 2014 04:59 Reply with quote
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Some cuban informations are here:

http://www.urrib2000.narod.ru/ArticTu95.html

I used the ADI and some other gauges from a Cuban simulation of the IL-18 called IL-18 AP

The navigation complex of that simulation does not include the RSBN and NAS systems.

Kirill Konovarovs IL-18 is a beautiful simulation but up to now I have some problems with its startup procedures. Seems also that its RSBN system (its the same as in the AN-24 of SAMDIM?) will not accept my amended RSBN stations, so I have put it aside for a while.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 03, 2014 05:10 Reply with quote
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sk5ktiger

Same problems have my freinds in Mexico. To fill the coffers of certain "investors" is the main purpose of a certain business philosphy but not to provide a decent service.

That the biggest one of that investors (Mr. Carlos Slim) bought my Internetprovider here makes me hurry up to upload the rest of my projects like the Tu-104.

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Walter

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Russian Civil airplanes in Cuba
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Tushka154


To my knowledge CUBANA still uses IL-18 and IL-98. One IL-62 is still available for Charter.
The CUBANA Tu-154B2 and Tu-154M services were stopped years ago. They never considered buying the Tu-134 as it didnt fit into their needs.

Some Tu-134 flew a time in Peru for EXPRESO AEREO.

The Mexican Government uses 3 Russian helicopters (MI-18) and seems they are happy with them.

http://wp.scn.ru/en/ww3/v/40/148

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Thank you for your work Walter.
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You are welcomed!
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Улыбка

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