You get 3 (plus 1) Clippers in this vintage jet-age livery pack for PMDG's DC-6A. Whatever your shipping problem, Clipper Cargo is the answer. Sporting the jet-age livery from 1958, The Douglas DC-6 was one of the first airplanes to fly a regularly scheduled around-the-world route. With its higher performance, increased accommodation, greater payload, and pressurized cabin, it was a natural evolution of the DC-4. The larger, all-cargo DC-6A first flew on Sept. 29, 1949.
Carefully re-creating the jet-age livery design based on old photos and some model aircraft I saw online, I tried to match the design as close as it was in 1958. Like my previous Pan Am DC-6B livery, all 3 liveries have slightly tweaked cockpit and exterior, plus a version with no Clipper name, registration, and number is also included. You'll be able to fly the following Clippers:
N6110C (Clipper Rival)
N6258C (Clipper Gladiator)
N6532C (Clipper Aurora)
N/A (No Clipper Name)
Note: A DC-6B Pan American "Super 6" version is also available here if you want to do some passenger runs.
*PMDG's DC-6 is required to use this livery.
Simply extract anywhere and place the "pmdg-aircraft-dc6a-PanAmericanLiveryCargoClipper" folder in your FS2020's Community folder (eg. C:\FS2020 Packages\Community). Choose the livery while creating a new flight.
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