What do you think about the 2D panel? I’m not asking about the 2D panel of any specific aircraft, just the 2D panel in general. Do you love it? Hate it? Don’t care? The reason I’m asking this question is because the DC-9 could very well be the last aircraft I make with a traditional 2D panel.
Mike Dart of ProFsxVideos on Youtube has posted a comprehensive and detailed four-part full flight video series featuring the DC-9 Classic. Mike takes us along on a short range flight in the DC-9 Classic from Hannover to Nuremberg, Germany.
Stepping into the cockpit of an advanced aircraft for the first time trying to learn how to fly it with nothing to help you out but a manual, or maybe a good tutorial if you’re lucky, can be quite a daunting task.
If you are an experienced simmer the general knowledge of how aircraft work will go a long way, but you’re still going to have your work cut out for you trying to learn a new aircraft. If you are a newer simmer, you may be in for an extremely steep learning curve.
Download the DC-9 Classic Repaint Kit by McPhat Studios now! This repaint kit allows you to paint the DC-9 Classic in any livery you want; real or imagined.
User created liveries are collected at the Flight1 File Library System and we strongly encourage all repaints to upload their liveries there. You are however free to upload the liveries you have created yourself to any website you want.
The repaint kit is released as freeware, but restrictions do apply. Please read the readme.txt file.