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I remember seeing a couple of years ago some small to middle sized aircraft (Cessna Caravan - but I'm not sure)with passengers visible in rear view. I think it came with a demo of a scenery of the Caribbean. Does anyone with a better (younger) memory remember? I can't.:-zhelp Thanks,J.J.JJ StruyfBraine-L'AlleudBelgiumhttp://jdtllc.com/images/RCsupporter.jpg

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You may be thinking of Barry Blaisdell's twin otter on floats. I got it off a PC Pilot magazine demo disk, but check Barry's Premier Aircraft Design Web site. The plane came with some demo flights in the British Virgin Islands, I think.(There's a passenger visible in the Milton Shupe's great Dash 7, but he appears to be a crew member throwing up into a seat!)Hope this helpsBlair

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Yep, the DHC-6 300S Twin Otter with PROPNL22 has passengers.Get the 2002 panel with the Tropical Orange Interior; it has the passengers. info from the readme: // FS2002 PRO DeHavilland DHC6-300 Twin Otter Panel// Ver6 update adds Enhanced Panel Bitmap, Cockpit Views,// Panel Icons, Audio Panel, Zoom Gauges, and some// replacement sound files.//// Panel Design, Graphics & Views by Barry Blaisdell// Visual Enhancemants by Bob May// Zoom gauge update and additional shadowing etc by Joao Paz// Premier Aircraft Design - March 26, 2002// http://www.flightsimnetwork.com/premaircraft/The modifications enclosed in this file require that you have installedThe FS2002 version of the great Twin Otter panel by Barry Blaisdell. consisting of propnl22.zip, prosnd-1.zip, prosnd-2.zip. Which are available from the Premier Aircraft Web Site athttp://www.flightsimnetwork.com/premaircraft/or from Flightsim.com or Avsim.com...."

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