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Virtavia Avro Lincoln (FSX)

Virtavia Avro Lincoln (FSX)

Virtavia Avro Lincoln (FSX)

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SKU DL-ALAVLINC
COMPATIBILITY FSX
MEDIA INSTANT DOWNLOAD
SIZE (Mb) 111
PUBLISHER Virtavia (MORE)
 
Regular Price: $29.95
Price: $14.98
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Virtavia have brought the Avro Lincoln to life in Microsoft Flight Simulator X with this downloadable add-on. A classic World War II bomber with plenty of history. Here is your chance to get behind the controls and experience what it may have been like to fly this classic military metal.

Virtavia Avro Lincoln Features:

  • Very high quality native FSX models
  • Several 2048-pixel quality liveries including:
    • B.Mk.II RAF Bomber Command (various)
    • Mk.30 Royal Australian Air Force
    • MR.31 Royal Australian Air Force
    • Aries II RAF FC 'Lincolnian'
  • Accurate virtual cockpit with authentic gauges, controls and custom animations
  • Animated bomb bays, crew doors/windows, crew figures
  • Togglable bombs
  • Custom engine start-up smoke effect
  • Togglable realistic crew figures with period flight gear for extra realism
  • Animated, featherable propeller blades
  • Illustrated user manual in PDF format
  • Merlin engine soundset
  • PhotoShop paintkit files provided
  • Note - No 2D panel is provided. This aircraft is flown from the 3D virtual cockpit view.

Designed as a replacement for the Lancaster, the Lincoln was built as a long range bomber for missions into Eastern Europe, and for use in the Pacific war against Japan. Originally dubbed Lancaster Mk 4, the extent of the re-design was such that a new type number and name was justified. Apart from Australia, the only other export customer for the Lincoln was Argentina. The first Lincoln B.1 flew in June 1944.

Only about 50 aircraft had been flown by May 1945 and with the end of WWII Lincoln production contracts were cut back sharply. The first unit to take delivery in February of 1946 was 44 Squadron which had been the recipient of the Lancaster 4 years earlier. A total of 447 Lincoln B.2s were built before production ended in 1947. Between 1950 and 1955 the Lincoln was used for anti-terrorist operations in Malaya and Kenya. The Australians continued to produce Lincolns until 1953 and retired the type in mid-1961. 

Get your copy of the Avro Lincoln here at PC Aviator for a great low price. We send you download links immediately after purchase by email. Be up and flying in minutes. If you prefer a disk backup of this download be mailed to you, we can do that too! Choose this option from the "Delivery Options" dropdown menu box on this page, and for a few dollars extra, we will produce, print and mail you a backup disk anywhere in the world.

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