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    Douglas 8A-3N

    I'm searching for a Douglas 8A-3N for FS9. A Northrop A-17a would do the job too. I want to use these for ai traffic from Ockenburg.

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    Cees, I'm not aware of a Douglas 8A-3N that would work in FS9, but this page has a couple of different options for FS2002 Northrop A-17's that might work well enough for AI: http://simviation.com/1/search?submi...age=4&filename=

    I thought Paul Clawson had one for FS9, years ago, but I can only find one he did for FSX.

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    Thanks John! I was searching for a Paul Clawson FS9 version. I had the impression he did one too. But the versions you suggested will do. Will have to repaint again....First test the AI capabilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bomber_12th View Post
    Cees, I'm not aware of a Douglas 8A-3N that would work in FS9, but this page has a couple of different options for FS2002 Northrop A-17's that might work well enough for AI: http://simviation.com/1/search?submi...age=4&filename=

    I thought Paul Clawson had one for FS9, years ago, but I can only find one he did for FSX.
    Nope, just did only the FSX version.

    Best, Paul:salute:

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    Hey Paul! Yep, and it has a fixed landing gear, whereas the Dutch Douglas planes had a retractable landing gear. Oh well...


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