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The DA62 has a maritime patrol platform (or special mission) version, called the DA62 MPP. The included liveries are simply all-over gray schemes inspired by the DA62 MPP, with two versions available: light and dark (or slightly darker) gray. These tones are representative of the gray tones applied to many maritime patrol aircraft around the world.

While the Asobo DA62 of course lacks the sensors and airframe tweaks of the real DA62 MPP, I thought the overall gray scheme might serve as a template for repainters anyway, so here it is for general re-use. There are no additional markings on these versions, only the standard decals.

As a bonus these come standard with HIGHMEXFIX1's black interiors.

To install, just drag and drop the "Asobo_DA62-MPP-L" and/or "Asobo_DA62-MPP-D" into your Community folder.

Pretty empty over here.

Pretty empty over here.

  • Launched November 10, 2020

    Initial release of this file just launched. Welcome aboard!

Pretty empty over here.

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    January 26, 2021

    Nice livery. How cool would it be if someone modeled the radar domes and sensors on this bad boy

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    December 11, 2020

    I've seen this doing some very precise route(squares) on flightradar 24 over the uk. It was in the Newcastle upon Tyne area a few months back. Lovely looking aricraft

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    November 21, 2020

    Thanks, looks great!

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    November 11, 2020

    Very cool! I love the MPP version of this aircraft, thank you for making this as I am too lazy to learn how to make liveries.

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