Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by mins » 19 Apr 2016, 02:20

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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by Joseph29 » 19 Apr 2016, 08:31

Victory103 wrote:Just a note on the read me for FP designers, there are no RC-12's at Ft Hood. Flight plan options are Ft Huachuca, Bliss, and Korea. There are several S. American forces flying 350s and don't forget the Boeing or Beechcraft special mission demo aircraft.
I was just looking through photos at airliners.net and saw that the US Customs & Border Protection has at least one 350 (I have no clue how many they have)

http://www.airliners.net/photo/US-Custo ... 77f635bad1

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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by John Young » 19 Apr 2016, 11:55

There are many more examples I could choose to make, but It's knowing where to stop and not get bogged down going over old ground that keeps me going. That particular USC&BP model with the extended nose would require a major re-work, including a re-designed texture sheet and a re-map of key parts. Remember I have to do it twice - once for FS9 and again for FSX.

My reward to me for getting the King Airs out is a clean Gmax slate and something new.

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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by Victory103 » 19 Apr 2016, 16:46

There are at least 5 registered on airliners.net along with the original 200s. These would make a great addition to "Joecoastie's" mini-US CBP package, not MAIW but a government service with more aircraft than most air forces. I would be happy with a repaint.
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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by Christopher Low » 20 Apr 2016, 08:33

I note that the included flightplans for the Shadow R1s are only between Waddington and Coningsby. Does anyone know what other RAF airfields (or large airports) these aircraft visit, even if only on an infrequent basis? The same applies to the Avengers.

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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by jimrodger » 20 Apr 2016, 09:04

Christopher Low wrote:I note that the included flightplans for the Shadow R1s are only between Waddington and Coningsby. Does anyone know what other RAF airfields (or large airports) these aircraft visit, even if only on an infrequent basis? The same applies to the Avengers.
I've seen Shadows up at Lossiemouth, participating on previous Ex Joint Warrior.

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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by Firebird » 20 Apr 2016, 10:07

I believe that the training hack has been seen at various places not least Farnborough, Linton, Leuchars, Prestwick, Humberside, Doncaster and Hurn.
Although as it is civvy registered you can probably find out for sure. I know that on at least one occasion it has use SNOOPER 01 as it's callsign.
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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by RKE » 20 Apr 2016, 20:48

I plan on doing some flightplans for the Waddington birds, including the ones from the AI pack that came with the scenery. Yes, even the fugly Nimrod, for those of us who don't mind a bit of retro :)

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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by John Young » 21 Apr 2016, 05:38

Remember you don't have a lot of parking outside the C-type hangars. There's some more room down by the Visiting Aircraft spots.

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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by RKE » 21 Apr 2016, 06:44

John Young wrote:Remember you don't have a lot of parking outside the C-type hangars. There's some more room down by the Visiting Aircraft spots.
MAIW (and other) traffic has already filled out Waddington, so it was necessary to add more parking spots anyway. In any case, I plan on having some of the stationed aircraft be away all week and only pop in once or twice.

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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by Christopher Low » 21 Apr 2016, 08:45

I would be interested in a copy of any flightplans that you create, RKE.

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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by jcapde » 21 Apr 2016, 09:13

Coming soon here with flightplans : French Customs Be350ER (very near of UK Navy Avenger) 6 Aircraft (F-ZBGK to F-ZBGP) based in Lorient Lann-Bihoué and Bordeaux-Mérignac.
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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by jimrodger » 21 Apr 2016, 10:23

maxgalkov wrote:Hi! I'd like to know how to recognize right model for couple of ukrainian flight calibrators?

http://spotters.net.ua/search/?reg=UR-CWA
http://spotters.net.ua/search/?reg=UR-CWB

P.S. http://www.militaryaiworks.com/download ... orces-2016 Here is flightplans for them
Available here....

http://unitedtrafficteam.com/index.php/ ... r-ckn-copy

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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by Firebird » 21 Apr 2016, 12:32

That was quick for them to latch onto the release.
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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by Firebird » 21 Apr 2016, 12:35

jcapde wrote:Coming soon here with flightplans : French Customs Be350ER (very near of UK Navy Avenger) 6 Aircraft (F-ZBGK to F-ZBGP) based in Lorient Lann-Bihoué and Bordeaux-Mérignac.
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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by Libra » 29 Apr 2016, 13:58

Thank you, John. All models can be placed in one folder and use total of Ayr file and fde?

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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by John Young » 29 Apr 2016, 18:10

Yes if you want to combine them, you can do that, except for the R12s. They use a different set up because of the shorter fuselage.

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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by Libra » 30 Apr 2016, 05:28

Thank you, John. Where can I find flightplan forKing Air 200 USA & King Air 300-350 USA?

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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by VulcanDriver » 30 Apr 2016, 06:56

The RAF Shadows have been using SNAKE and SERPANT as callsigns recently.
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Re: Beechcraft King Air 350 Specials

Post by RKE » 06 May 2016, 07:43

VulcanDriver wrote:The RAF Shadows have been using SNAKE and SERPANT as callsigns recently.
I've assigned various 14 Squadron callsigns to them:
Scarab
Python
Serpent
Snake
Knight
Crusader

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