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20 new liveries for DC-8 Jetliner Series 10 to 40!


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NEW LIVERY PACK FOR DC-8 JETLINER SERIES 10 TO 40!

 

Add some distinctive DC-8 liveries from around the world to your fleet with these 20 new high resolution liveries for the -20, -30 and -40 series.

 

This new Livery Pack also includes a set of liveries at a standard resolution for those with lower performance PCs - the Performance Configuration tool supplied in the Service Pack 2 software lets you swap between High Resolution and Standard texture sizes so you can get the optimum frame rates for your system.

 

 

DC-8-21

Eastern Air Lines 'Golden Falcon Jet' (N8606)
National Airlines - 'Sunburst' (N6573C)
Overseas National Airways - '1976 USA Bi-centennial' - N1976P

 

DC-8-32

Air Zaïre (9Q-CLE)
Atlantis (D-ADIM)
Capitol International Airways (N905CL)
Delta Airlines (N8038A)
Garuda - Indonesian Airways (PH-DCB)
Japan Air Lines JAL 'Fuji' (JA8001)
KLM early stripe tail livery (PH-DCF)
Martinair (Holland) striped tail livery (PH-DCD)
Philippine Airlines (RP-C827)
Pomair Ostend (OO-TCP)
Spearair (OH-SOA)
TAE - Trabajos Aereos y Enlaces (EC-CCN)
Thai International - SAS lease livery (HS-TGR)
UTA - Union de Transports Aeriens (F-BIUY)

 

DC-8-42

Air Ceylon (4R-ACT)
Alitalia Early stripe livery (I-DIWB)
Trans Canada Airlines (CF-TJD)

 

A quick reminder that Service Pack 2 software for DC-8 Jetliner Series 10 to 40 was released last Friday - we'd recommend that all users download the new software.

See the Support page for more information on the new SP2 software and installation instructions.

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I-DIWB alone is worth the whole package.

Sadly, this aircraft (flight # AZ112) crashed at Palermo airport on march 5 1972.

As many accidents in that particular period for Italy (so called "years of lead", anni di piombo), still no one knows if it has been caused by a pilot error or something completely different, such as an outrage by mafia or subversive Extreme Right group, or a clumsy NATO fighters training.

More info here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alitalia_Flight_112

 

I guess the DC-8 should jump in my shopping list anyway.

Does anybody know if it's P3D 1.4 compliant?

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