Cheats for Grand Theft Auto IV Airplane

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Planes, trains and automobiles have been featured transportation in the "Grand Theft Auto" video game series with several cheat codes available to augment your gaming experience. "Grand Theft Auto IV" features two models of helicopters to fly, but does not have any aeroplanes that you can control, or cheat codes to generate aeroplanes. It is possible, however, to hack the PC version of "Grand Theft Auto IV" with an aeroplane modification and spawn an aeroplane that you can fly in that version of the game.

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Pigeon Activity Cheat

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Telephone Cheat Code

Dial "395-555-0100" (FLY-555-0100) using your cell phone in the game to spawn an "Annihilator" helicopter to use. The cheat code will enhance your flight transportation resources, but disable the ability to earn trophies and achievements on the console versions of the game.

Airplane Modification Hack

The only way to introduce an aeroplane that can be flown in the game is to use a game modification, or mod, that is available for the Windows platform only. Back up your GTA program and data files, then download and install the modification according to the instructions provided (see Resources). The modification will crash the game if you attempt to use it online; however, it will allow you to fly a jet aeroplane across the "Grand Theft Auto IV" landscape.

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