Boeing 767-200ER - Aero Continente
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Microsoft Flight Simulator 98 + Flight Shop Converter 98 required

Overview:
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Aero Continente is the main airline of Peru, and has also a subsidiary in
Chile. This airline serves most domestic routes in both countries, and also
covers some international routes. Its fleet is mainly composed by Boeing 727,
737 and Fokker F-28 for domestic routes, while international flights are
currently served with Boeing 767.
This model represents a Boeing 767-219ER, registration CC-CJP, which is used
by Aero Continente to cover the Santiago-Lima-Miami route.

Installation:
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Using Windows Explorer, go to the FS98\Aircraft folder and unzip the files
there. Make sure you have checked the option "Use folder names" in Winzip,
so all the files will be saved in the right place.

Other recommended aircraft:
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If you are interested in adding more peruvian aircraft to your collection, you
should visit this excellent web page:

http://www.flightsimmers.net/airbase/peruplanes/fs98.htm

Other recommended files:
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I also recommend you the excellent Boeing 767 panel by Eric Ernst, which you
can download from this web page:

http://www.flightsimnetwork.com/efpanels/

To add more realism with this Boeing 767-200ER, you should use the General
Electric engine option after installing Eric Enrst's 767 panel.

Copyrights:
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Original model by Kim Simmelink and Christine Derksen.
Repainted in Aero Continente colors by Jorge Merino.

Disclaimer and legal stuff:
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I provide these files for your free use, and will not be held responsible for
any damage caused to your software or hardware, as a result of the misuse of
these files. Use them at your own risk.

You may not sell this package nor include it in any commercial CD or any other
publication without my permission.

You can copy and distribute this software freely. Indeed, you are encouraged
to do that. The only thing you can't do is trying to make money with it.

Contact:
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If you want to send me any comments or suggestions, just write to:

Jorge Merino
jmerino@terra.com.pe

(C) 2001 - Jorge Merino