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FS2004 Scenery-Russia-Mari El
FS2004 Scenery-Russia-Mari El (Category: FS2004 > Scenery)
2.29Mb (93 downloads)
FS2004 Scenery-Russia-Mari El UWKC-Krasnogorka, UWKJ-Yoshkar-Ola (Pavlovo), XWKD-Yoshkar-Ola (Danilovo), ZA57-Kazin, ostrov, ZA5A-Khlebnikovo, ZA63-Kozikovo, ZA6T-Kuz'mino, ZA7Z-Mar'yino, ZA89-Mikryakovo, ZA9B-Novaya Sloboda, ZB01-Yurino, ZC6W-Toybekovo, ZC7X-Noviy Tor'yal, ZCJ2-Yurino-1, ZDS3-Shirokovo, ZE3F-Mari-Bilyamor, ZE3U-Kosolapovo, ZE45-Kuchka, ZE9W-Sernur, ZED9-Russkiy Kukmor, ZEE0-Ivanovka, ZEE1-Bol'shoy Vil'yal, ZEM2-Onuchino, ZEP7-Mit'kino, ZEP8-Kolyanur, ZEP9-Yuledur, ZEQ0-Mari-Turek, ZET2-Kuzhener, ZEV6-Yushkovo, ZEZ1-Elasy, ZF2Q-Nizhniy Rushener
Posted Dec 7, 2015 02:24 by Andrey Anta
 
RAF Ouston - X5OU, UK
RAF Ouston - X5OU, UK
RAF Ouston - X5OU, UK (Category: FSX > Scenery)
1.27Mb (150 downloads)
Royal Air Force Ouston,is a former Royal Air Force station that was located near the village of Stamfordham and the village of Heddon-on-the-Wall on Hadrian's Wall near Newcastle upon Tyne. The station opened on the 10 March 1941 and closed for flying in September 1974. As with many airfields the Army moved in and the station was re- named Albemarle barracks. If you would like the full history of the station or any other station in the North East I recommend you go to the"North East Avation Research" website the link is:- http://www.nelsam.org.uk/NEAR/Airfields/Histories/Ouston.htm
Posted Dec 6, 2015 19:06 by Terry Boissel
 
RAF Hilbaldstow, UK (Category: FSX > Scenery)
0.02Mb (128 downloads)
RAF Hibaldstow is a former Royal Air Force satellite airfield located south of Hibaldstow in Lincolnshire and 8.3 miles (13.4 km) south east of Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England. The airfield was built with greater things in mind, but it only became a satellite airfield for RAF Kirton-in-Lindsey in 1941. When the runways were constructed, some of the hardcore was made from material taken from demolished bungalows on the site. The airfield was commissioned on 12 May 1941 when No. 255 Squadron RAF took up residence with their Boulton Paul Defiant night fighters. These planes had been drawn from RAF Kirton-in-Lindsey and made one 'kill': an He 111 which was shot down near Louth on 5 June 1941. In June 1941 the Defiants were replaced by Bristol Beaufighter IIFs and on 23 September 1941 No. 253 (Hyderabad) Squadron from RAF Skeabrea, Orkney, arrived. In addition Havocs from RAF Hunsdon in Hunsdon, Hertfordshire also came to the base. By the start of 1943, the high risk of night attacks by the Luftwaffe led to the closure of the airfield on 23 January 1943. It re-opened on 9 May 1943 for No. 53 Operational Training Unit RAF (OTU) and once again closed on 15 May 1945. Shortly before closure WAAF Margaret Horton had an 'unexpected ride on the tail of a Supermarine Spitfire' while acting as a tailweight: she was sitting on the tail of the plane, as was common practice, in order to stop it overturning while it taxied to the end of the runway, a hazard stemming from design drawbacks, strong wind and bouncy grass field. The pilot, anxious to be airborne, forgot about her and failed to stop to allow the WAAF to jump off the tail. As soon as the plane was in the air, the pilot realised that there was something very wrong with the handling of his aircraft. He radioed the control tower to report the problem. The emergency services were called out and the pilot talked back in without being told what had happened. The aircraft landed safely with Margaret Horton still in one piece. On 6 August 1947 the station finally closed and during 1960-61 it was sold off for use as agricultural land. It was also used for Sunday markets, as a skid-pan by Lincolnshire Police and by a local parachute club. The control tower was converted to a two-storey house in 1976. Source Wikipedia
Posted Dec 6, 2015 18:29 by Terry Boissel
 
FSX A2A Cessna 172 I-ETAR Aeroclub Verona textures
FSX A2A Cessna 172 I-ETAR Aeroclub Verona textures
20.33Mb (50 downloads)
Textures for the payware A2A Cessna 172 in I-ETAR livery, Aeroclub of Verona, Italy.
Posted Dec 6, 2015 18:15 by Carlo Boninsegna
 
Kalitta Air Boeing 747-400 Cargo Improved Package
Kalitta Air Boeing 747-400 Cargo Improved Package
69.59Mb (668 downloads)
This is an improvement to the Chris Evans Posky Boeing 747-400 ERF Nose Loader Kalitta Air, that I included into the Kalitta Air 747 Cargo Updated Package. This package includes: the Mathieu Vos Boeing 747-400BCF of Kalitta Air in half DHL-KALITTA colors, and operational standby instruments. Thumbnails and VC panels included.
Posted Dec 6, 2015 15:50 by Michael E. Roberts
 
RAF Kirton in Lindsey, UK (Category: FSX > Scenery)
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RAF Kirton in Lindsey was a Royal Air Force installation located 15 miles (24 km) north of Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England. From the historical point of view, there is some uncertainty about the correct name of the location. Kirton Lindsey or Kirton-in-Lindsey? It appears to have been an RAF habit (inherited from the RFC to name its bases after the nearest railway station, possibly to simplify the process of issuing Rail Warrants to personnel posted there. By that token, the site should be RAF Kirton Lindsey, Kirton Lindsey being the name of the nearby railway station constructed in 1849. No.255 Squadron's Operations Record Book (ORB) consistently uses that version of the name. So does the airfield's separate ORB, from the date of the site's WWII creation (15 May 1940) through to May 1941. After mid-1941 and the departure of No.255 Squadron, use of RAF Kirton-in-Lindsey. Kirton in Lindsey begins to appear in the site's own records - eventually dominating. By Terry Boissel
Posted Dec 6, 2015 14:31 by Terry Boissel
 
How to create a gauge for FIP (Category: FS Gauges > FS Gauges)
2.93Mb (200 downloads)
This is a tutorial that explains how to create a gauge for Saitek FIP, 75 pages. The file contains all Key events to manage buttons and knobs.
Posted Dec 6, 2015 12:17 by Philippe Verhaege
 
RAF Woodhall Spa, UK (Category: FSX > Scenery)
0.02Mb (90 downloads)
RAF Woodhall Spa is a former Royal Air Force station located 2 miles (3.2 km) north of Coningsby, Lincolnshire and 16 miles (26 km) south east of Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England. Constructed on farmland 1.2 miles (1.9 km) south of Woodhall Spa, the station opened in February 1942 as a satellite station to RAF Coningsby. In August 1943 it became No. 54 Base Substation. After victory in Europe the airfield was used as an assembly and kitting out point for Tiger Force (a proposed heavy bomber force for the far east). After the end of the Second World War and with the move of No. 617 Squadron RAF to RAF Waddington the airfield was closed and the site used by No. 92 Maintenance Unit for the storage of bombs. From the late 1950s it was used as a base for Bristol Bloodhound Missiles until 1964 when most of the site was sold off for agriculture or mineral extraction. The former missile site used to be under the control of RAF Coningsby having been used for the servicing of McDonnell Douglas Phantom and Panavia Tornado aircraft engines until finally being mothballed in 2003.
Posted Dec 6, 2015 09:27 by Terry Boissel
 
RAF Little Rissington, UK (Category: FSX > Scenery)
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RAF Little Rissington (ICAO: EGVL) is an RAF aerodrome and former RAF station in Gloucestershire, England. It was once home to the Central Flying School, the Vintage Pair and the Red Arrows. Built during the 1930s, the station was opened in 1938 and closed in 1994. The married-quarters and main technical site were sold in 1996 (the former becoming the village of Upper Rissington), but the aerodrome has been retained by the Ministry of Defence and remains active along with the southern technical sites, under the operational control of HQ No.2 Flying Training School at RAF Syerston. It is now home to 637 Volunteer Gliding Squadron as the primary military unit, who provide elementary flying training for Combined Cadet Force and Air Training Corps cadets. The airfield is also used by the forces as a relief landing ground, training area and parachute dropping area. In previous years, the Royal Air Force estate has been used as a film set, including The Avengers, part of the ice chase in Die Another Day, and the Thunderbirds film Souce: Wikipedia
Posted Dec 6, 2015 08:25 by Terry Boissel
 
RAF Folkingham, UK (Category: FSX > Scenery)
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RAF Folkingham is a former Royal Air Force station located south west of Folkingham, Lincolnshire and about 29 miles (47 km) due south of county town Lincoln and 112 miles (180 km) north of London, England. Opened in 1940, it was used by both the Royal Air Force and United States Army Air Forces. During the war it was used primarily as a troop carrier airfield for airborne units and as a subsidiary training depot of the newly formed Royal Air Force Regiment. After the war it was placed on care and maintenance during 1947 when the RAF Regiment relocated to RAF Catterick. During the late 1950s and early 1960s, the RAF Bomber Command used Folkingham as a PGM-17 Thor Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile (IRBM) base. Today the remains of the airfield are located on private property being used as agricultural fields, with the main north-south runway acting as hardstanding for hundreds of scrapped vehicles Souce: Wikipedia
Posted Dec 6, 2015 08:22 by Terry Boissel