FSX Acceleration ATR 72-500 TM
Flight Simulator X / Acceleration
Compatibility: FSX Acceleration
Filesize: 24.28 MB
Added on: Jan-25-2010
ATR72-500 for FS2002/FS2004, by Francisco
Eurowings repaint based on a selfmade paintkit by Dirk Mentrop
FS2004 Original Panel reworked by Dirk Mentrop
FSX Original Panel reworked by JFTomas
aircraft.cfg and sound.cfg reworked for FS2004 by Dirk Mentrop
manual by Werner Schott
- Eurowings (a german regional airline) repaint based on a selmade blank
paintkit (also availble for download)
- added soundfiles based on the kingair sounds (and reworked sound.cfg) for
flaps and door-sounds
- reworked aircraft.cfg to fit passenger-settings for a 70Pax version with
correct payload based on official infos
from the ATR webpage.
- reworked fuelflow to fit the aircraft range based on infos from the ATR
webside (68Pax - 740 NM)
- including ATR 72-500 manual from Werner Schott
- including new checklist file in HTML-Format with checklist and charts. The
charts are made for a typical
EW-Flight - Reg D-ANFE
- Extract this ZIP to your aircraft folder (be sure to check the "use paths"
option in your zipper)
- in this folder there will be a file called "gauges.zip". Please extract this
folder into your main fs folder (be sure
to check the "use path" option in your zipper)
copyright by Dirk Mentrop except the files by Francisco Sánchez-Castañer and
thanx to Francisco Sánchez-Castañer and Werner Schott
Scroll down to view the original readme by Francisco Sánchez-Castañer
--------------------- Original Readme by Francisco Sánchez-Castañer
ATR72-500 version 1 in Iberia Regional / Air Nostrum colors. Designed by F.
Sánchez-Castañer for FS2002 Professional Edition (Works with limited
functionality in standard edition). Includes virtual cockpit, highly realistic
custom panels and gauges with non-standard functions tailor made to match the
real aircraft systems, custom sounds. Included in this package is also a manual/checklist
by Werner Schott.
You should have a basic idea of the flight simulator files and folders structure
in order to perform the installation. Remember one thing: if you are prompted to
overwrite a file, don't do it unless you are 100% sure what you're doing (maybe
you made a mistake and are about to delete your favourite plane, so don't do it).
Unzip the contents of aircraft.zip into your fs2004aircraft folder, keeping the
original folder names (use the option "keep folder names"in WinZip).
IMPORTANT: INSIDE THE PANEL ARCHIVE THERE ARE THRESS CABINET FILES CONTINING
GAUGES (.cab extension may be hidden in your system). DO NOT DE-COMPRESS THEM!!!
DO NOT EXTRACT THE FILES INSIDE THEM!!!
IF YOU DECOMPRESS IT, MOST PROBABLY HALF OF THE GAUGES WILL BE MISSING IN YOUR
YOU CAN MANTAIN ALL THE GAUGES IN THE PANEL FOLDER AS FS09 PERMIT THAT THEY WORK
Go to the Docs folder, double-click on file "ATR42.htm" and read it carefully.
Aircraft systems and other details are described there. The gauges, are
programmed to accurately reproduce the real aircraft; please read carefully the
documentation before contacting for help. If you still have some question, I
regularly visit teh Flight Simulator Forum at Avsim. I highly recommend visiting
this forum. If you still dont get an answer to your question, my e-mail address
is at the end of this document. Be patient, it might take a long time to get an
answer via e-mail.
Included in this package is a file named manatr725.zip . This file contains the
manual/checklist by Werner Schott. Unzip the contents of this file to a folder
of you choice. The checklist can be printed for more realistic simulation.
1-These files will not harm your PC. 2-If you are not sure of how to install
them, please don't do it, as you may harm yourself your PC. 3-If you are
confident that you can do it, then do it at your own risk. 4-If you think these
files have harmed your PC in any way, you are wrong, 2 applies. I accept no
If you want to create and distribute a repaint for this aircraft, please do it
- Option 1: If you create a textures-only package, you dont need my permission,
the files files made by you are yours. Just remember to write an aircraft.cfg
file matching the new livery, and to provide a link to my airchive. Don't forget
to identify the files as yours.
- Option 2: If you wish to distribute a full package aircraft + textures, please
note: The docs folder must remain unchanged, and must be included in the
release. You must include a file called readme.txt with your name, e-mail
address or other contact information, and a list specifying which files are
belonging to my original release, and which files have been created or modified
by yourself. At the end of this file, write "TEXT OF THE README FILE FROM THE
ORIGINAL AUTHOR:", then copy the entire text of this file you are reading now,
including my copyright information (of course my copyright excludes those
created by you). Please do not include my panel in a different aircraft. You
must instruct the end user to contact you in case of problems with the plane; I
will not support any other release than this ATR72-500 EC-HBY in Iberia Regional
- Air Nostrum livery. Please send me a link to your repaint.
COPYRIGHT AND SO ON
This aircraft is released as Freeware. Copyright F. Sánchez-Castañer González.
As freeware you are permitted to distribute this archive subject to the
- The archive must be distributed WITHOUT ANY MODIFICATION to the contents of
the archive. Redistributing this archive with any files added, removed or
modified is prohibited, except as specified under REPAINTS above.
- The inclusion of any individual file from this archive in another archive
without the prior permission of the author is prohibited
- No charge may be made for this archive other than that to cover the cost of
its distribution. If a fee is charged it must be made clear to the purchaser
that the archive is freeware and that the fee is to cover the distributor's
costs of providing the archive.
All trademarks and logos presented are copyrighted by their respective owners.
The file manatr725.zip and its contents is cpoyright by Werner Schott, see the
included readme file.
F. Sánchez-Castañer email@example.com