The DASSAULT MECURE 100 has supported 3 different variations of AIR INTER livery.
"This" .... the first/original version from the early 1970's .... but .... which has not been represented for FS/for this particular JR LUCARINY 3D model so far as I'm aware ....
PHOTO: Eduard MARMET
.... followed by "this" .... the 2nd version from the late 1970's ....
PHOTO: Michel GILLIAND
.... and then followed by "this" .... which was the 3rd and final version from the late 1980's ....
PHOTO: Michel GILLIAND
One can also stretch the point and say that a 4th and 5th set of altogether different liveries again were supported by some of these aircraft .... "IF" one takes into account each of the following 2 airframes ....
"This" .... was one of the first "MARCEL DASSAULT BREGUET" titled versions (there was also another variation of this particular livery too featuring the manufactures titles along the uppwer fuselage crownskin .... and which does qualify for being a 6th variation) and which was, essentially, just basic/original AIR INTER livery devoid of theairlines name/titles ....
.... and then there was "F-BTTE" .... which, after its AIR INTER service, supported the following AIR LITTORAL based livery, but, which was never actually operated by the airline, being used, instead, as an ESMA ("Ecole Superleure Des Metiers De Aeronautique") ground handling trainer.
Representation of these other 2 liveries (at least) is probably no more out-of-place than those of the HJG LUFTHANSA B707-420 Engineering Trainer or the HJG HAMBURG AIRPORT B707-420 exhibit .... which despite the fact that some of these haven't ever flown .... are, indeed, relevant by virtue of the fact that they "DO/DID" each exist.
During it's AIR INTER service the MERCURE also, occasionally, supported a some minor, but interesting, promotional stickers too .... among which included the "1789-1989 French Bicentennial" celebration logo.
About the MERCURE panel by Benoit GAURANT ....
I use what appears to be the same panel as "KLAUSFLY 1981" .... in FS2004.
Although it may be labeled FS2002 it does "seem" to work OK within FS2004 .... barring some, apparently, missing switches as might be observed on the Overhead portion of the Main panel view (and which I don't think is a consequence of this, apparently, FS2002 panel being used in FS2004) .... along with a some minor panel related systems which I can't seem to get working properly.
I "suspect" this particular panel might have been released in an unfinished state .... in that I don't think the version I have is the same one released by Benoit himself
"IF" the latter is indeed the case .... then I hope, he may, one day, consider re-releasing it.
I also have a, yet incomplete (but otherwise perfectly operable) P&W JT8D-15 soundpack which I reconfigured especially for use this MERCURE model and it's FDE .... but .... that's another story.
One detail I've noted within the AIRCRAFT.CFG file which accompanies this MERCURE Aircraft Base Pack (the version I have at least) is that the STATIC THRUST value, in the TURBINE ENGINE DATA section of the CFG, appears to be "grossly overstated" .... at some 23,500 LBS thrust and which (for me) results in a simulation that's grossly/rediculously over-powered.
Folk using this MERCURE simulation might be doing themselves a great favour if thay edit/reduce this particular value to read 15500.000
(15,500 LBS thrust and which is in-line with the certified/maximum P&W JT8D-15 fan jet engine power rating) in order to help "tame the beast".
There's also a number of other "minor" CFG details within this simulation which need being similarly tweaked (such as Trim sensitivity), but, that, for me, at least, is a future project .... one day when I possibly have more time to look at all of this more closely ;D
Apart from that the "minor nuances" which I've noted .... this particular MERCURE is, otherwise, a very nice simulation.