Not something everybody will be able to do in real life, and
unfortunately, that's not what I'm offering. Luckily there are several VC10s
available for Microsoft Flight Simulator. For an explanation on how to use these
aircraft in Flight Simulator 98 or 2000, read this
text file, FS2002/FS2004/FSX users: read the notice below. I try to keep as many VC10s as possible available here, but there is
one exception from this: I only link to VC10s in 'real life' colourschemes. If
you're interested in VC10s in fake schemes you will not find them here.
David Maltby and
Rick Piper are responsible for creating an almost complete collection of VC10s
for FS2002 and FS2004. For more classic
British airliners visit their websites: David Maltby's
Flight Simulator Add-ons Rick's
Paintshop Most of the FS2002/FS2004/FSX aircraft are linked to the respective files on these two
websites, with permission.
FS2004 users: Although originally designed for FS2002, the VC10s
below have now been updated for use with Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 - A Century of
Flight. Files for use in FS2002 are included, read the included textfile
for details, or visit the website of
Note for FSX users: The models from
have been updated to work in FSX, for more detals have a look at his
Standard VC10 1101 package
The Standard VC10 as supplied to BOAC, and later sold on
to other operators. Aircraft by
Included liveries as specified below:
As was announced in November 2003 Abacus Systems Ltd. has released its
Super VC10 for Flight Simulator 2002 and 2004. It is available from their
website for £14.95 UK Sterling or €19.95 and comes with full virtual
cockpit, BOAC, BA and RAF versions and liveries (more versions will become
available later) and the 2D panel shown below. See website for more
Update: This VC10 model is now sold as 'Addictive Simulations
Vickers VC10' and includes a Super VC10 as well as a Standard VC10 model in
various liveries. For more details visit the website www.vc10.com.
and Dave Booker based on an opportunity to get some close up experience of
the RAF's VC10 C1K's, here is an accurate panel for this specific VC10
version. Best used with the newest version of the C1K available above, this
download includes cockpit views and a manual.
Thanks to some extensive programming and research
and Dave Booker this excellent new panel can now be downloaded. Based on
G-ASIX/A40-AB at The Brooklands Museum and featuring additional subpanels.
Includes cockpit views and manual.
Besides creating a panel, this addition, created from many photos taken
inside G-ASIX/A40-AB, will add all-round cockpit views to your flying
experience. Created by David Maltby
and Dave Booker.
Included in panel download
And to top it all off, from the same source comes this manual which, when
added to FS2004 will open inside the kneepad and show you how to fly the
VC10. Can also be read online at David Maltby's
website through this
Included in panel download
The company that now runs the website TenWeb, Abacus Systems, has released
a VC10 panel for FS2002 and FS2004. Now that the full Super VC10 package (see
above) is available the panel is included in this release and cannot
be bought seperately. See website for details: www.vc10.com.
Sound package - Sampled (with permission) from Avion Video's excellent
has produced these RR Conway sounds to liven up your Flightsim experience
(and really scare the neighbours)!
Note: If you want to use Bernd Drehfahl's FS 2000
panel with other aircraft, make sure his BOAC Super VC10 is installed in
AIRCRAFT\VC10_BOA and copy this config file to the
panel folder of the plane you want to use it with.