Eurofighter Typhoon

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Re: Eurofighter Typhoon

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they look smart John, great project to work on, cant wait for the next one :D

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Great job John!! they look great.

cheers

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Thank you John and all others who are involved.
As always, good job.

Especially i want to thank you alot for FS9 version.

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Good progress this week with the team beavering away.

The RAF paints are all done and have been sent to Dan for flight planning.

A selection of the 36 Lossimouth aircraft:

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4 BAE Warton aircraft:

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1436 Flt for the Falkland Islands:

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I'm going to have a look at the Spanish scenery and flight plans next.

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Re: Eurofighter Typhoon

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For Spain, EF-2000 are based on two airbases.

ALA14 with 141 & 142 Esc at Albacete/Los Llanos (LEAB)

ALA11 with 111, 112 a 113 Esc at Sevilla/Morón (LEMO)


Sceneries

For FS9, you can find LEAB scenery on flightsim : leab2009.zip
and LEMO scenery alson on flightsim : spanishafbversion6.zip

I think there is a scenery of LEAB for FS9 in the old MAIW Mirage F-1 package : https://militaryaiworks.com/download-ha ... -mirage-f1


For P3D, only LEAB is available : https://sites.google.com/site/fsxworldspain/proyectos (or the same here : https://militaryaiworks.com/download-ha ... pain-v1-13)

For FSX, LEAD is available here : https://militaryaiworks.com/download-ha ... -fsx-spain


Flightplans

You can probably use old flightplans released with the old MAIW Spanish Eurofighter Package : https://militaryaiworks.com/download-ha ... urofighter

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Re: Eurofighter Typhoon

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TheFoufure wrote:
01 Aug 2020, 10:48

Flightplans

You can probably use old flightplans released with the old MAIW Spanish Eurofighter Package : https://militaryaiworks.com/download-ha ... urofighter
There is also this package

https://militaryaiworks.com/download-ha ... drons-nbai

It has plans for the Los Llanos Typhoons.

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Your timing is impeccable. I just logged on to start my search of Spanish bases with the old MAIW package and then broaden out from there.Thanks for the links. Most helpful.

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Your timing is impeccable. I just logged on to start my search of Spanish bases with the old MAIW package and then broaden out from there.Thanks for the links. Most helpful.

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You are welcom. It's nothing. You made us a lot of great AI plane (and also scenery objects in some packs).

I see that sceneries and FP for Spanish EF are not yet assessed so I've a look on what already exist.


I've alos check for Saudi scenery (OETF) (RSAF 2nd Wing, with 3rd, 10th and 80th Sqn)

There is a FSX/PD3 version for the scenery on flightsim : rsaftyphoonaiv2.zip
Flightplans are also inclued

For FS9, there are to packs on Flightsim : fs9rsaftyphoon.zip (with Flightplans and AFD scenery) and fs9rsaff5.zip with AFD scenery. I don't check wich scenery is better.

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Re: Eurofighter Typhoon

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John, I've been compiling a document with links to potentially useful sceneries for the German package. Inevitably it includes other Eurofighter operators and a few others where EF operations take place. It's far from complete and it includes a lot of stuff that may not be directly relevant to you, but I've attached it here. If anyone has useful amendments to make to it, please chip in!
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Re: Eurofighter Typhoon

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this raf typhoons 2020 how do you get so you can fly them in flight sim 2004

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The same way as you get any of my AI aircraft to fly in FS2004. What leads you to believe these are any different?

You don't think the Typhoons are for FS2020 do you?

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Re: Eurofighter Typhoon

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but they would takeoff normal the wheels don't come up and they don't taxi like they do and they go underneath the ground too

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ah the top secret Typhoon Submarine been waiting for this one.

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Ado, what on earth are you talking about? If you look at the FS9 screen shots in the first post of this thread, are the aircraft displaying any of the characteristics you are worrying about? What is the basis for your assumptions?

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Ado.
This is not the first time someone has asked this question.

If you mean what I think you mean, then the answer is you can't. The aircraft are NOT for flying they are not designed for that purpose. They are designed to be operated by the AI engine only.

Is this what you are talking about?
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ado4567 wrote:
01 Aug 2020, 14:39
this raf typhoons 2020 how do you get so you can fly them in flight sim 2004
Ado, if you want a freeware flyable EF2000 for FS9, try this: http://www.virtavia.com/Freeware/ALPHA_ ... on_FS9.msi. MAIW is all about AI traffic, not flyable aircraft.

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I'm starting to hate the time I dedicate to this hobby...
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miljan wrote:
01 Aug 2020, 18:22
I'm starting to hate the time I dedicate to this hobby...
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Re: Eurofighter Typhoon

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Ado, you have been with MAIW for 8 years now and you have made 139 posts. You know what we do here. You have now asked the same question about aircraft that don't fly well, 3 times before this one, and each time you have been told the aircraft are for AI and not user flyable:

15 July 2018
"Mark (Tranquil)'s AI Paints Collection is the guys name that put them on and they don't fly well you can't get the gears up and you can't takeoff promper it bounce a l the flooring"

12 June 2018
"I am trying to get flight plans for the typhoons at Lossiemouth and the typhoons on the mark wedsite bounce when they are in the air and on the ground they don't move on the taxiway"

23 Dec 2016
"well when you are flying them the jets taix the runaway has normal and the ones I put just look like they go underneath the ground they don't taxi has normal like the ones I download off the military ai works site"

Just think back to what's been said previously about the problems you raise, rather than waste our time de-cyphering your question and sending us around the same loop yet again. If you can't remember whether you have asked the question before, just scan through your previous posts as I did.

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Re: Eurofighter Typhoon

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John Young wrote:
21 Jul 2020, 15:15

Before I start the RAF ones, I spent some time today adding an attached afterburner in the model for use in P3D. It works fine in P3Dv4, but I don't have P3Dv5 to test with. Is there a volunteer please with V5 that could do a simple test for me please? I'll provide a Typhoon, test AFCAD and single aircraft flight plan, so all you will need to do is install those bits and observe.

John
The model is a marvel, John.

Afterburner in P3Dv5 is perfectly fine. No exploding stars from the distance, no matter if day or night. Looks great from nearby. Also the night look comes over absolutely great.

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