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A full manual is included with this add-on and is available from the documentation folder of the addon folder.
However if you wish to download a quickstart guide to have a look through and familiarise yourself with the de Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk before you take delivery please use the button below.
The following file is a blank white template for repaint use. It is expected that you understand how to utilise the livery options in game.
The deHavilland DHC-1 Chipmunk for MSFS has been built with the SDK as shipped with version 1.26.5 ( post System Update IX ) of the Microsoft Flight simulator.
When the game is updated we will re test the de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk for MSFS and will issue fixes ( if possible or required ) and/or notifications of this update or lack there of.
Remember to check the installation directions PDF that should be found in the zip file of your purchase with regards to where the files will need to go.
Updates and upgrades will always be emailed to the email you used to purchase.
Designed by Wsiewołod Jakimiuk, the chief designer/engineer at de Havilland Aircraft of Canada, the DHC-1 was developed to replace the legendary but ageing DH Tiger Moth as a principal military air force two-seat trainer. The prototype first flew on 22nd. May 1946 and the design remained largely unchanged right through to its withdrawal from general service as late as 1996.
A "bubble" canopy version, DHC-1B-2-S3 (Chipmunk T.2), was developed for use by the Royal Canadian Air Force as fighters such as the P51d Mustang and North American Sabre jets of the period were employing such canopies.
The most common variant, the one depicted in our simulation was the British-built T.10. This version is the one most commonly recalled by ATC pilots of the day and is still in service with many private owners and aero-clubs around the world.
A total of 1,284 Chipmunks were built over the life of the type.