Augusta Wesland AW139

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Re: Augusta Wesland AW139

Post by Tranquil » 10 Sep 2018, 21:06

The Irish Air Corps Fleet has been sent to the Download Hanger Sorting room! please allow a few days for them to show! :)

Model is included with kind permission from John! Hopefully easier for those who dont like messing with the cfg :)

Flight Plans included as usual from Jim :) , BIG thank you to both!


Much thanks

Mark
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Re: Augusta Wesland AW139

Post by paul64 » 11 Sep 2018, 11:55

Just a cheeky ask.Don't suppose anyone is doing Bristow/Bond/and CHC ?

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Re: Augusta Wesland AW139

Post by mins » 12 Sep 2018, 07:04

Nice John.

Once again a great work came.

I am most grateful to John and his team.

I will be busy too...^ ^b.
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Re: Augusta Wesland AW139

Post by John Young » 12 Sep 2018, 16:29

I know you will Mins. Great start - looking forward to the others in the pipeline.

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Re: Augusta Wesland AW139

Post by volador » 12 Sep 2018, 21:53

Many thanks John. Another superb package!
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Re: Augusta Wesland AW139

Post by craigt47 » 13 Sep 2018, 09:29

Hi John,

I am new around here, nice work on the AW139. I am happy to do re-paints for civ aircraft if CHC, Bond etc. But, i am not sure if they will be hosted here. Could you PM please so i can ask some questions please?

I have done many re-paints in the past for flyable heli in the past - see below:

https://www.helisimmer.com/downloads/do ... -nsw-hems/

Thank you in advance

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Re: Augusta Wesland AW139

Post by andypoppens » 13 Sep 2018, 21:32

John there are so many users of the AW139 around the world I can’t list them all I hope you understand

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Re: Augusta Wesland AW139

Post by John Young » 14 Sep 2018, 07:31

Andy I understand fully the number of AW139's around the world. That's why I provided 17 models to hopefully cover the variations for painters.

Craig, I responded to your painting question in my e-mail yesterday. Please PM me if you have further questions.

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Re: Augusta Wesland AW139

Post by paul day » 15 Sep 2018, 12:33

Just a quick heads on the Irish Air Corp AW139 flightplans for FS9.The aircraft CFG need to be

JYAI_AW139_Irish_Air_Corps_274 and not JYAI AW139 Irish_Air_Corps_274 ie they are missing the underscores. This applies to all the aircraft titles.

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Re: Augusta Wesland AW139

Post by maverick69 » 15 Sep 2018, 15:59

Hi John! Your works are absolutely fantastic, as usual, but unfortunately I've found that some FS9 models have their glass not perfectly transparent as you can see in the bottom pictures.
The wrong models are:
Italian_Air_Force_1/2/3
Italian_Coast_Guard
Italian_GDF_short_nose
Italian_Police
Japan_Police_2/3
All the other models are OK for me.
Regards Maurizio Coren
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Re: Augusta Wesland AW139

Post by John Young » 16 Sep 2018, 07:06

Maurizio, the glass uses a reflective texture. Do you have "reflections" turned on in your FS9 Aircraft settings?

The glass material is the same throughout the model range so there shouldn't be a variation, but the amount of reflection/transparency will differ according to the time of day and the angle the sun strikes the glass.

John

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Re: Augusta Wesland AW139

Post by Tranquil » 16 Sep 2018, 13:25

Tranquil wrote:
06 Sep 2018, 17:09
The 2 remaining AW139s of HM Coastguard UK, based at MoD st. Athan, althouh apparently they took delivery of the first AW189 today!

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Now uploaded, please give a few days for them to show in the Download Hanger!! :)

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Re: Augusta Wesland AW139

Post by maverick69 » 17 Sep 2018, 06:24

John Young wrote:
16 Sep 2018, 07:06
Maurizio, the glass uses a reflective texture. Do you have "reflections" turned on in your FS9 Aircraft settings?

The glass material is the same throughout the model range so there shouldn't be a variation, but the amount of reflection/transparency will differ according to the time of day and the angle the sun strikes the glass.

John
Thank you John, I had "reflections" turned off in my FS9 settings
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