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Popular FS2002 Aircraft In FS2004

Thu Jul 31, 2003 9:24 am

Do you guys know any possible popular freeware FS2002 aircraft like Posky, Meljet, etc. that will be compatible with FS2004?? I tried the POSKY 747-200F in FS2004, and it said it wasn't compatible. Anyone know of any that ARE compatible!? Thanks!!

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RE: Popular FS2002 Aircraft In FS2004

Thu Jul 31, 2003 9:37 am

The Meljet 777's seem to be ok. That's the only one I've installed so far though.
 
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RE: Popular FS2002 Aircraft In FS2004

Thu Jul 31, 2003 9:39 am

ok, anything that isnt Gmax or FSDS2 will have animation part errors, mostly no landing gear, missing props, flaps wont move.

POSky's 767s, 747-400s, CRJ all work, MelJet 744 and 777s work, FFX 737s and DC-10 work, IFDG 757 and 767 work, Mike Stone's aircraft work (at least the 6 ive tried, B1900, Queenair, Connie, 757, Md-11, BAe 146... AFGs YS-11 works... thats about all ive had time to test so far...
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RE: Popular FS2002 Aircraft In FS2004

Fri Aug 01, 2003 5:09 am

How about FFX 727's ??????????

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RE: Popular FS2002 Aircraft In FS2004

Fri Aug 01, 2003 5:14 am

Project Airbus A320's work with FS2004 (not sure about a panel though, I put a default panel in the plane for now)
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RE: Popular FS2002 Aircraft In FS2004

Fri Aug 01, 2003 2:15 pm

What about scenery? I just learned how to download it because I just upgraded my computer to handle it. My fs2k2 is packed with addons, fs2k4 is coming to my house in a week, but if I can't use my addon stuff, I'll be stuck between the two versions...
 
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RE: Popular FS2002 Aircraft In FS2004

Sat Aug 02, 2003 3:12 am

MAAM Sim B-25J Briefing Time works fine
Dreamfleet/Flight1 Pa28 Archer works fine
Flight1 Dc-9 works fine

In all cases: you need to replace the GPS code in the panel with that of a default aircraft.
DC-9: I get no virtual cockpit textures showing. Might be something with my install (maybe I forgot to copy something over).

Flight1 C421 does not work (update in the works).

Here's a list (should be periodically updated) of commercial addons: http://www.fsmagazine.nl/nl/update_en.html
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RE: Popular FS2002 Aircraft In FS2004

Sat Aug 02, 2003 7:02 am

POSKY A332 / A333 is working fine.

iFDG B752..... not all of them are compatible.... I've got a few wich the sim doesn't accept...  Insane
 
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RE: Popular FS2002 Aircraft In FS2004

Sat Aug 02, 2003 7:09 am

The Aerodesigns A340 works just fine too.
 
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RE: Popular FS2002 Aircraft In FS2004

Tue Aug 05, 2003 10:49 am

What about Freeware Flight Group aircraft?
http://avsim.com/ffg/
Im gonna hope so.
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RE: Popular FS2002 Aircraft In FS2004

Tue Aug 05, 2003 11:12 am

FFGs planes do not work for the most part, at least not properly...
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RE: Popular FS2002 Aircraft In FS2004

Tue Aug 05, 2003 11:47 am

Thank you NorthStar,
I will be sure to avoid them then, I like FS04 runs great, but I get bored of the default planes real fast.
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