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Douglas A-4 Skyhawk

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a4-uiuc A4D (A-4C) Skyhawk attack aircraft (UIUC aero model)

Douglas A4
Douglas A4.jpg
Type Military aircraft
Author(s) Lewis Magruder, Dean Baunton, Jim Wilson, Andy Ross, Vivian Meazza
FDM Unknown
Status early-production

Development status/Issues/Todo

Outside:

  • cockpit instruments can be seen through aircraft hull
  • pilot is not solid
  • flaps are not solid
  • flaps are animated, but the shape of the wing does not change when flaps are extended. This means we have 2 flaps. One that is animated and another one that is not animated.
  • rudder, ailerons and pitch elevator are not animated
  • no cockpit light at night visible
  • no aircraft light available
  • aircraft has no wheel well area for the landing gears
  • no jetstream visible
  • nozzle do not change shape when changing thrust
  • there are no flaps when using reverse thrust

3d Cockpit:

  • no cockpit light at night available
  • no rudder/stick control in 3d cockpit available
  • no ruder control pedals available
  • no switches and leverls available
  • no elevator trim control available
  • brake signal light does not light when pressing the brake key
  • cockpit instruments look flat, they don't have a 3d look.
  • cockpit is not textured
  • no pilot present in 3d cockpit
  • cockpit window has no windscreen wipers

General:

  • engine sound in cockpit does not differ from outside engine sound
  • engines can't be turned off
  • no hud available
  • aircraft is not set on the correct elevation when starting flightsgear (gears are approximately 0.40 m below the ground)

External links

Related content

A-4F Skyhawk Operations Manual

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