Plane Design - Avro Lancaster Bomber for FS20041

Plane Design - Avro Lancaster Bomber for FS2004

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  • Plane Design - Avro Lancaster Bomber for FS20041
  • Plane Design - Avro Lancaster Bomber for FS20041
  • Plane Design - Avro Lancaster Bomber for FS20041
  • Plane Design - Avro Lancaster Bomber for FS20041
  • Plane Design - Avro Lancaster Bomber for FS20041
  • Plane Design - Avro Lancaster Bomber for FS20041
  • Plane Design - Avro Lancaster Bomber for FS20041

Plane Design are proud to have developed this package in association with the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Being the operators of one of only two airworthy Lancasters in the world, they have been uniquely able to assist us with such things as pilot feedback, technical details and photographs.

"As far as we are concerned this is about as accurate a version of a Lancaster as you will ever find! The only better version out there is the real thing sitting in our hangar right now, and now, thanks to Plane Design you can "virtually" fly that one too!" - CWH's Simulation Coordinator, Martin Mclean

Features:

Fully clickable VC with authentic variations for different Lancaster Marks

Authentic Rolls Royce Merlin and Bristol Hercules sound sets

Authentic flight modeling, allowing "to the book" flying

Full lighting set

Comprehensive manual explaining all procedures, and giving a history of the Lancaster

This comprehensive pack includes eight variations of the Lancaster, covering both current airworthy examples and other famous examples of the breed.

The variations included are:

B.I in late war specification, with H2S and Hamilton Standard props, marked as the famous R5868 "S-Sugar", the first Lancaster to complete 100 ops, now preserved at the RAF Museum, Hendon.

B.I in post war specification, with Lincoln type rudders and Hamilton Standard props, marked as the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight's PA474.

B.I (Special) as one of 617 Squadron's Grand Slam carriers. These aircraft carried the famous 10 ton earthquake bomb.

B.II as DS763. This model represents the 300 Bristol Hercules engined Lancasters produced, of which none survive.

B.III in mid war specification, fitted with the early de Havilland "needle blade" props, and flame dampers. This aircraft is marked as ED888, the Lancaster which had the highest tally of operations - one hundred and forty.

B.III (Special). This model, with spinning bomb, represents ED932, the Lancaster flown on the legendary Dams raid by W/Cdr Guy Gibson.

B.X as an early series aircraft, with American instrumentation, a British FN50 turret and de Havilland props. This aircraft is painted as KB700 "Ruhr Express" - the first Canadian produced Lancaster.

B.X as a late series aircraft, again with American instrumentation, Martin 250CE turret, and marked as Canadian Warplane Heritage's airworthy FM213 which is painted to represent KB726.

Click HERE to download the PDF manaul

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 14 November, 2005.
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