Amazing PMDG like plane - but freeware!

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Anyone who has the interest - and patience - in taking on the steep
learning curve of one of the most realistic planes I have ever
downloaded (a 151-page manual in English is included!) should go to:

http://www.protu-154.com/files_e.html

and try out the Project Tupolev Tu-154B2 v9.4

The detail is quite amazing - but, as I say, be prepared for several
hours minimum before you even get the plane to take off! Worth the
wait, the panel detail is quite stupendous (if frustrating till you
get the hang of it) - and freeware to boot!!

I wouldn't want to have all this work before I can even start the
engines on every flighjt I make, but I really recommended this very
highly to anyone who wants to pit their wits against what is almost a
real plane experience from time to time. (There's even a short lesson
in Russian at the end of the manual - very useul here, as there is a
lot of cabin talk, all in Russian!).

Martin S.
 

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Nyet, thank you.

Arthur

"Martin S." <Martin S@ms.com> wrote in message
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> Anyone who has the interest - and patience - in taking on the steep
> learning curve of one of the most realistic planes I have ever
> downloaded (a 151-page manual in English is included!) should go to:
>
> http://www.protu-154.com/files_e.html
>
> and try out the Project Tupolev Tu-154B2 v9.4
>
> The detail is quite amazing - but, as I say, be prepared for several
> hours minimum before you even get the plane to take off! Worth the
> wait, the panel detail is quite stupendous (if frustrating till you
> get the hang of it) - and freeware to boot!!
>
> I wouldn't want to have all this work before I can even start the
> engines on every flighjt I make, but I really recommended this very
> highly to anyone who wants to pit their wits against what is almost a
> real plane experience from time to time. (There's even a short lesson
> in Russian at the end of the manual - very useul here, as there is a
> lot of cabin talk, all in Russian!).
>
> Martin S.
 
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"Nyet, thank you" as in "No thanks, don't want it" or "No (didn't have
it) - thanks for the tip"?

M. :)

On Thu, 17 Mar 2005 22:54:25 -0500, "Arthur" <alspectorz@rogers.com>
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>Nyet, thank you.
>
>Arthur
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Nyet, thank you=don't want it but thanks for the tip. All info, tips, etc.
are much appreciated and I'm sure there are many, many simmers who will take
advantage of this model.

Arthur

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> "Nyet, thank you" as in "No thanks, don't want it" or "No (didn't have
> it) - thanks for the tip"?
>
> M. :)
>
> On Thu, 17 Mar 2005 22:54:25 -0500, "Arthur" <alspectorz@rogers.com>
> wrote:
>
>>Nyet, thank you.
>>
>>Arthur
>>
>
 
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"Martin S." schrieb:

> [..]
> The detail is quite amazing
> [..]

I agree to this, but unfortunately i got several error messages,
after i've installed this. So i had to remove it..

Maybe needs a registered version of FSUIPC?

Jan
 
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(Martin S. schreibt noch einmal!):

You don't need to register FSUIPC itself, but the Tupolev programme
does need to be registered within FSUIPC. It's free: With a flight
open, (and the Tupolev programme installed of course) choose
Modules->FSUIPC->Register an application program. Enter the following
as the programme name:

ES_154_2_06.gau

The key to enter in the following box (it's on the Project Tuploev
website, with Peter Dowson's approval) is - just copy it and paste it
in:

UZ0Y 8CYS GXIM

That will fix the errors,

Martin

>"Martin S." schrieb:
>
>> [..]
>> The detail is quite amazing
>> [..]
>
>I agree to this, but unfortunately i got several error messages,
>after i've installed this. So i had to remove it..
>
>Maybe needs a registered version of FSUIPC?
>
>Jan
>
 
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If it's any encouragement, I've only had it two days, and it is
already ten times easier to get up and running than it was first time.
I'm on the runway within half an hour now (!!) Maybe you'll change
your mind Arthur!

Martin :)

On Fri, 18 Mar 2005 08:30:45 -0500, "Arthur" <alspectorz@rogers.com>
wrote:

>Nyet, thank you=don't want it but thanks for the tip. All info, tips, etc.
>are much appreciated and I'm sure there are many, many simmers who will take
>advantage of this model.
>
>Arthur
>
 
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"Martin S." <Martin S@ms.com> wrote in message
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> Anyone who has the interest - and patience - in taking on the steep
> learning curve of one of the most realistic planes I have ever
> downloaded (a 151-page manual in English is included!) should go to:
>
> http://www.protu-154.com/files_e.html
>
> and try out the Project Tupolev Tu-154B2 v9.4

I didn't see it anywhere -- this is for FS9, right?

Thanks!

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Clovis, New Mexico USA
 
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"Earl Needham" <munged@3lefties.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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> "Martin S." <Martin S@ms.com> wrote in message
> news:cutj31d3t0sjun1pvsspi9loutvo1unjm4@4ax.com...
>> Anyone who has the interest - and patience - in taking on the steep
>> learning curve of one of the most realistic planes I have ever
>> downloaded (a 151-page manual in English is included!) should go to:
>>
>> http://www.protu-154.com/files_e.html
>>
>> and try out the Project Tupolev Tu-154B2 v9.4
>
> I didn't see it anywhere -- this is for FS9, right?
>
> Thanks!
>
> --
> Earl Needham
> Clovis, New Mexico USA
>
>
Yes it is, exactly at the indicated URL. I haven't even read half of the
manual and .....boy, you better go to learn those cyrillic letters before
you continue!! I'm afraid I will never take it to the air as it looks like
even reaching the point of engine start i s quite tricky and needs some
patience ;-)
Having a first overview I must state that this is the most amazing and
detailed A/C I've ever seen. It easily outperforms ALL payware products so
far! (oh yes, I know darn well what I'm talking about...lol) Virtually ALL
systems are functional!! However even setting it up without reading the
setup notes results in a undefined state so better watch out.......
So if you just want to take it up for some flying fun.....FORGET IT!!! You
need to LEARN A LOT FOR THAT!
:)))))
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Oskar
(retired captain)
Remember, in the great scheme of things, we're all small potatoes...
 
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Yes, for FS2004 only. There's a whole website and forum devoted to it:

http://www.protu-154.com/index_e.html


Then go to 'files' and download from one of the mirror sites. It's an
..exe setup file. The plane and panel are of PMDG complexity and
interest - beautifully put together: flies like a dream, but it takes
a while to get the hang of it! Worth the effort, I assure you!

M.

On Thu, 17 Mar 2005 21:40:56 +0000 (UTC), Martin S. <Martin S@ms.com>
wrote:

>http://www.protu-154.com/files_e.html