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Description

Apollo Collection 2 is a set of sixteen aircrafts in an add-on package, requiring the 3rd-party application BAO FlightShop, to use with Microsoft Flight Simulator (v5.0). While the original game is DOS only, this add-on includes Windows 3.x and Windows 9x installers next to a manual DOS operation to copy the content. The included aircrafts are:
  • Avro Lancaster Mk.X
  • Beechcraft T-34 C
  • Boeing 727-200
  • Boeing 737-300
  • Boeing 747-400 (improved flight model)
  • Boeing 757-200
  • Boeing 767-300
  • Boeing 777-200
  • De Havilland Mosquito Mk.IV
  • Douglas C-47 Skytrain DC-3
  • Gee Bee R-1
  • Laird Super Solution
  • Miles & Atwood Special
  • Snowbird Canadair CL-41 Tutor
  • Travel Air Mystery
  • Wedell Williams #44

Screenshots

Apollo Collection 2: Boeing Family DOS Bee Gee racer in the air, looking for pylons in downtown Chicago.
(FS2000)
Apollo Collection 2: Boeing Family DOS Canadian Airlines Boeing 747-400 after conversion for FS2000, looks OK apart from the cockpit windows again.
Apollo Collection 2: Boeing Family DOS Lancaster Mk.X - ok, except the fuselage lettering and wing roundels are buried.
(FS2000)
Apollo Collection 2: Boeing Family DOS Mosquito RAF roundels gets half-embedded in the fuselage after conversion. (FS2000)

Promo Images

Apollo Collection 2: Boeing Family Screenshot American Airlines Boeing 767-300ER
Apollo Collection 2: Boeing Family Screenshot Laird LC-DW-500 Super Solution
Apollo Collection 2: Boeing Family Screenshot
Apollo Collection 2: Boeing Family Screenshot Northwest Airlines Boeing 727-200

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Conversions

These aircraft - except for the Travel Air 'Mystery' Racer, which files are in an unrecognized format - can be converted from FS5.x models using Microsofts AAFCONV.EXE for use with FS95/FS98 or FS2000 even, while keeping the simple FS5.1 shapes and generic cockpits. The conversion itself can affect some external graphics, some windows will have wrong shapes and some text and identification roundels may be partially buried in the fuselage.

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