Description of the file
Legendary Tupolev TU-144D (which looks like Concorde) for FSX and FSX Steam and Prepar3D v1,2,3 (not compatible v4). A Russian add-on highly complexes made for FS2004. This pack includes many officials updates to make it compatible and stable with FSX.
This high-quality add-on is for those who feel ready to spend hours learning, simulation is complete, operate the aircraft is a real challenge if you succeed please provide your help on our forum.
Of course, before any attempt to fly you must at least take a look at the manual in Russian and partially translated in English with Google Translate, it was difficult for Rikoooo to find another documentation than the Russian language.
You will meet many difficulties with this plane, please do not request support from Rikoooo, we are not the authors. Good luck.
Note, you will need to set up the joystick before any attempt to fly, otherwise, your plane will nose up immediately. follow the procedure from this link (you can skip the install procedure, it's already done by Rikoooo's auto-installer) https://flightinstructoronline.wordpress.com/2018/06/10/tu-144-in-fsx/
The Tupolev Tu-144 (NATO codename: Load) is a four-engine supersonic airliner developed in the USSR by the Tupolev design office. With the Anglo-French Concorde, they are the only supersonic commercial aircraft to have reached production. Intended for use on the lines of Aeroflot, it can carry at a speed exceeding Mach 2 and an altitude of 20,000 m (65,500 ft), from 98 to 120 passengers over a distance of 3 080-6 200 km depending on the version. (Wikipedia)
Updated on 01/05/2019 : Installer version 10.5
Size 83.8 MB
Downloads 27 015
Created 11 Sep 2015
Updated 1 May 2019
VC 3D Virtual Cockpit
Format Native FSX / P3D format
Auto-install Installer version 10.5
Compatibility list :
Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v1 to v3 ➕ Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition ➕ Microsoft Flight Simulator X (All versions)
- Author :
Thomas Ruth, Claudio Mussner, Nikita Konstantinov, Mikhail Mitin Igor Borozdin, Frion