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Title - Microsoft Flight Sim Add-ons

FS2002 Iberia GMAX Learjet "Complete Package"

Includes work by by Jorge 'eko' Salas, Rick Sasala, Aaron Swindle, and Al Whitney

Learjet - Iberia Learjet - Iberia
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Cockpit Features
FEATURE   COMMENTS
2D cockpit Full panel
Virtual cockpit NONE
Other panels The panel is very cleverly integrated. GPS, throttle quadrant, wind speed, Radar, compass and other features appear within the panel, replacing existing displays.


Learjet - Iberia      Learjet - Iberia

The interior detail is impressive and the virtual cockpit impressive. A very enjoyable plane to fly and the cockpit quite an improvement over the default Lear in FS2002.

From the readme.txt :

" Rick Sasala's GMAX Learjet was a very welcome addition to FS2002. Finally we had a Learjet with a good Virtual Cockpit! I had been flying Al Whitney's Learjet FDE dynamics with the default Learjet, and thought the marriage of these wonderful flight dynamics with Rick's model was a natural choice.

Rick's FDE for his Learjet is a VAST improvement over the original Learjet dynamics, and are truly excellent, but I am so used to flying Al Whitney's version, that I decided to release this package with Al's dynamics. (Plus, I have also tinkered with Al's dynamics over time to get even smoother performance)

The paintjob is a fictional Iberia Corporate Jet. I am on a quest to populate the virtual skies with Iberia or Iberia inspired paintjobs. : - ) The tail logo is a painting the great Spanish painter Joan Miro did for the Spanish Tourism Board. It is the "official" logo of Spanish tourism. "

File source : I first spotted it on a PC Pilot Magazine coverdisk.
File author : Jorge 'eko' Salas includes work by by Jorge 'eko' Salas, Rick Sasala, Aaron Swindle, and Al Whitney

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