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FS2004 Call Sign--Farman Jabaru. ATC modifications for the Farman F.121 Jabiru 1923-1930. The Jabiru was named after a Latin American stork, was a fixed-undercarriage sesquiplane powered by either two, three or four engines, depending on the model. It featured a broad chord, low aspect-ratio main wing and a very deep fuselage. The tri-motor variant had the centerline engine mounted high, giving it an unusual appearance. The prototype flew for the first time in 1923 and was delivered to the French State in 1924 for tests. When the first F-3X was registered (F-AGFC) it was re-designated the F. 121. Nine aircraft were built out of which four went to Denmark. They were operated until 1930. To be imported using EditVoicePack (EDITVP31.ZIP). By Mike Stallwood.