I am working with a friend of mine on producing an accurately modelled CT/4e Airtrainer for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004. At this stage, it's just a proof-of-concept, but we may well end up making it available to others if we think it's good enough. Nonetheless we would like it to be as accurate as possible.
I have had a browse through the Pacific Aerospace website and gathered some very useful data about the aircraft, however we would appreciate some more. What we are particulary interested in are 3-figure diagrams (front, side, top) and a flight manual showing systems operation. The 3 figure diagrams are useful for building the physical model, and the flight manual for modelling the cockpit and systems.
Does anyone here have any suggestions as to how we might go about getting hold of this data? I've tried e-mailling PAC but as yet have had no response. I'm not holding my breath either.
Post by Richard Greaney on Mar 16, 2006 16:16:57 GMT 12
Thanks. I'll try e-mailling the AF Museum. Sadly, it appears they ARE leased from PAC. Maintained by a subsidiary of PAC also, which rules out that as an idea. I'm thinking if I don't hear back from them soon, i'll just try a different e-mail address. It's not that difficult to say "No, get stuffed" in an e-mail, so it's possible my original message to them hasn't been read at all.
This borad looks great. Looking forward to spending much time here.