This package include the two catapult ships - Westfalen and Schwabenland. The Westfalen was stationed in the harbour of the Ilha Fernando de Noronha near Natal, Brasilia. The Schwabenland was stationed at Gambia, in the Harbour from Banjul. Between this two ships, the Atlantic crossing, for Mail transport, was set up.
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README

DO-J II - Mail Demo between Banjul, Gambia and Ilha Fernando de Noronha, Brasilia for Flightgear.

by Marc Kraus
Lake of Constance Hangar
http://www.marc-kraus.de/fg/

Copyright (C) 2012 - 2016  Marc Kraus


This package include an "AI"-folder and a "Models"-folder.

+ Add the content of the AI - folder in the AI - folder of your fgdata package.
+ Add the content of the Models - folder in the Models - folder of your fgdata package.


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Next Airport to the carrier Schwabenland is Banjul, Gambia (GPYD)

--ai-scenario=DO_J_1934_Mail_demo
--carrier=Schwabenland
--parkpos=cat
or 
--parkpos=wait
--parkpos=canvas
--parkpos=sea1
--parkpos=sea2
--parkpos=sea3
--parkpos=sea4

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The Airport for the carrier Westfalen is Fernando de Noronha (SBFN)

--ai-scenario=DO_J_1934_Mail_demo
--carrier=Westfalen
--parkpos=cat
or 
--parkpos=wait
--parkpos=canvas
--parkpos=sea1
--parkpos=sea2
--parkpos=sea3
--parkpos=sea4

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After successfull flightgear start on the catapult of the Westfalen or Schwabenland,
push shift-L to engage the cat. And shift+c to throw out :)

Back on the canvas behind the ships, click on the sailor in the steerage.
And now turn the crane very carefully. 
Back on the rail, steer your DO-J-II with mouse or joystick back to the catapult.

To take charge click on the mailbags :)

Enjoy it!