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Commuter Airliners: Eurowings Professional is an add-on to Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002. The package contains the Airbus A319 (-100), BAe-146 (-200) and several versions of the ATR-42 (-300/500) and ATR-72 (-200/212/500) aircraft. There are liveries from 20 airlines for the aircraft and several detailed airports:
  • LFPG: Paris/Charles de Gaulle
  • EHAM: Amsterdam/Shiphol
  • EDDI: Berlin/Tempelhof
  • EDLW: Dortmund/Wickede
  • EGSS: London/Stansted
  • LIEO: Olbia/Costa Smeralda (on Sardinia)
The focus is on the German commuter Eurowings airline based in Dortmund, their aircraft and their routes, about 600 flights in total - though some of the actual routes have very little information included. Others are using intersections not visible in the FS2002 planning map, but instead they can be selected by name within the FMC. Dreamfleets 'Greatest Airliner 737-400' flight management computer (FMC) is integrated with all the aircrafts.

Outside of FS2002, there are both a route management tool (EWPlan) to examine and optionally print Eurowings flightplans, and a load manager tool (EWPro Load-Editor) for adding cargo and passengers to the included aircraft.


Commuter Airliners: Eurowings Professional Windows ATR 72-500 main cockpit panel. (2D only)
Commuter Airliners: Eurowings Professional Windows ATR 72-500 - CdG airport behind.
Commuter Airliners: Eurowings Professional Windows FMC panel IDENT screen for the ATR 42-500.
Commuter Airliners: Eurowings Professional Windows A-319 in Lufthansa livery, at Berlin Tempelhof (EDDI).

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Rwolf (15703) added Commuter Airliners: Eurowings Professional (Windows) on Oct 28, 2012