A full manual is included with this add-on and is available from the documentation folder of the addon folder.
Dont know which Paintkit to download? Download both. Some of the PBR stuff could be used in the standard as a way of randomising things. But the standard paintkit is for FSX/P3d up to version 4.3 and the PBR is for P3d V4.4+ .
The Cessna 140 for MSFS has been built with the SDK as shipped with version 1.17.30 of the Microsoft Flight simulator.
When the game is updated we will re test the Cessna and will issue fixes ( if possible or required ) and/or notifications of this update or lack there of.
Remember to check the installation directions PDF that should be found in the zip file of your purchase with regards to where the files will need to go.
Updates and upgrades will always be emailed to the email you used to purchase.
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The Cessna 140 was introduced in 1949, following on from the 120. Uprated engines and improved landing gear were among the changes and provided the aviation public with an aeroplane that was comfortable and easy to fly.
The 140 stands out from other Cessnas with its unique "art deco", automotive style instrument panels. The interior layout is simply but comfortably furnished and everything is to hand. This made the aeroplane the ideal trainer and its near vice-less behaviour and inherent strength made it popular with flying clubs and flight schools everywhere.
Many 140s have been restored and continue to give service and pleasure to their owners, the world over. With modifications too numerous to mention, examples are used in air races, record attempts and extreme "bush-flying" with remarkable results.
Together with the 120, this little aircraft gave rise to the future Cessna line of affordable, multi-purpose airframes that have populated our skies for decades and continue to do so today.