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PostPosted: Tue Nov 15, 2005 03:23 Reply with quote
Lancelot
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For Antonov (specialy 22 Antheus) , is the only source is Avsim ?

And Tu-144 ? In my dream ?
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2005 01:17 Reply with quote
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Besides the excellent An-24 by Samdim I'm not aware about other Antonovs.
There's a Tu-144 package available at avsim.com, you should quickly find it in their file library.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2005 07:49 Reply with quote
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Thanks ! I've got it !
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 19, 2005 07:43 Reply with quote
Fav025
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Hello,

just a simple adress:http://perso.wanadoo.fr/europeest

in this VA, many links for planes, airports, etc... in Russia !!


Friendly,

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 21, 2005 03:01 Reply with quote
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Talking about Antonov, I have couple of questions...

Anybody flying Samdim AN-26 and AN-30?... does anybody know about a patch or upgrade to correct the problems of these 2 airplanes?... or is there any other GOOD AN-26 model around?... even if it's payware?

AN-24rv is a fantastic/wonderful plane Хорошо ... completely different to AN-26 which is a messy plane with many error in the panels and behavior; and AN-30 is another great plane but it has no taxi/landing lights view from the cockpit... which makes it impossible for night flights.

Any Идея or suggestion?... I will appreciate any help in this sense.

Thanks...

Enrique
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 21, 2005 03:29 Reply with quote
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Enrique,
Like Mike, I'm not aware of anything beside the 24....

Never seen the 26 or the 30 for that matter.
Care to provide a link?

thanx
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 21, 2005 14:10 Reply with quote
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Yes Michael, you can get many Antonovs around... AN-2, 8, 10, 14, 22, 24, 26, 30, 72, 124, 225 (that I can remember)

http://samdimdesign.free.fr/ also from AVSIM or AVSIM.RU

The strange thing about the an26 is that I downloaded it from samdim's webpage... and the plane is almost unflyable, so many errors... clickspots don't work, eng panel inop, terrible dynamics, etc... it's uncomperably different to it's brother AN-24 (which is excellent!). I have AN-24, AN-30, Tu 114, IL86, IL96 from samdim... they all work fine... it's just the An-26 which have the problem. I don't know... maybe the AN-26 dynamics are specifically for fs2002... they don't specify it. And, like I said before, the only problem with AN-30 is the night lights... you can't see them from 2D cockpit... otherwise, it's a wonderful plane.

Thanks Michael for your concern...

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