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I updated Arne Bartels, Jean-Pierre Langer, Massimo Taccoli and James Mckays' FS2002/FS2004 Partenavia P-68C. I reworked the 2d panel and CFG to make them work in FSX I also added Texture thumbnails. NO VC.
Posted Dec 25, 2011 18:22 by Michael E. Roberts
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This is a repaint (and the first of its type, I think) for Alphasim's Cessna 170B, a taildragger cousin of the eponymous 172. This repaint replaces the default registration of the original paint with American registration, for my fellow American simmers.
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Posted Dec 25, 2011 17:47 by Russell Irwin
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This airport was made using Airport Design Editor 9x (ADE9x). Manchester Boston Regional Airport is an airport located in Mancherster New Hamshire. I replaced all of the stock building with more accurate ones. I added more gates at the terminal a cargo gates to the southwest. At the cargo area, I added cargo buildings and cargo trucks. At the main terminal I put jetways and more gates. At the general aviation area, I put static aircraft and more parking. I made all this based on Google earth and Bing maps. Please read the readme for instructions on how to install. This is for Flight Simulator X only. By Tyler Lawrence
Posted Dec 24, 2011 23:29 by Tyler Lawrence
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This is a Repaint of Guy Hulin's Corsair Updated For Flight Simulator x .This aircraft is the Corsair flown by Ace Ira Cassius Kepford. November 1942,he was assigned to VF-17,the famous "Jolly Rogers. Alone with his aircraft bearing #29 Top Navy Corsair Ace Ira Kepford had 16 confirmed victories with the VF-17 Jolly Rogers. Ira Kepford earned two Navy Crosses, the Gold Star, the Silver Star, three Distinguished Flying Crosses, the Air Medal, Unit Commendation to VF-17, and the American Defense Service Medal. Kepford died on 1/19/1987. This Aircraft has a 2D and 3D Cockpit new Textures and FSX updates by Mark Rooks of RDG Aircraft History and pictures included in this PKG.
Posted Dec 24, 2011 19:55 by Mark Fireball Rooks