14.16Mb (2197 downloads)
I have always been a fan of Aeroflot, so it stands to reason that I am proud to present this SkySpirit2010 V5 model of the Boeing 767-36N/ER in Aeroflot's older "winged sickle" livery. This was Aeroflot's 3rd 767-300, delivered new to the airline in August of 1999. She still flies for Aeroflot, and is the oldest B763 flying for them and is now painted in their new livery and named "Lev Tolstoy." Although the excellent and comprehensive paint kit by Philip Foglar is without comparison, I added a little custom touch and put Yuri Gagarin in the left seat of this aircraft. The repainted textures in this package are 32-bit with no mipmaps for best clarity and quality. I hope you enjoy flying this wonderful aircraft as much as I did creating it. This is a complete install. This package contains the SkySpirit2010 B767-300 V5 model, air and config files. Repaint by Jeffrey S. Bryner
Posted Sep 12, 2011 00:04 by Jeffrey S. Bryner
11.96Mb (2607 downloads)
I am proud to present this CRJ-900 in the excellent Project Opensky CRJ-900 V3 model in the beautiful Libyan Arab Airlines livery. This airframe, bearing registration 5A-LAD, is one of 5 CRJ9's in the Libyan Arab fleet and occasionally makes flights between Tripoli International (HLLT) and London Heathrow (EGLL), attesting to the range capabilities of this narrow-body aircraft handling Libyan Arab's low volume international routes. This is a detailed repaint with custom textures. All logos including the Arabic rendition of "Libyan Arab Airlines" are hand painted. The repainted textures in this package are 32-bit with no mipmaps for best clarity and quality. This is a complete installation package; version 2008.1.1 of the Project Opensky CRJ-900 V3 model is included. A special thanks to Chris Conrad, a fellow simmer who inspired this project.
Posted Sep 8, 2011 14:54 by Jeffrey S. Bryner
5.45Mb (1919 downloads)
FS2004 Delta Connection CSeries CS100 V2. Version 2 includes aircraft design improvements, This CamSim Version 2 is also includes four aircrafts with different new Animated Ground Servicing (AGS). Model design and paint by Camil Valiquette.
Posted Sep 3, 2011 09:11 by Camil Valiquette
5.87Mb (898 downloads)
FS2004 Malmo Aviation CSeries CS100 V2. Version 2 includes aircraft design improvements, This CamSim Version 2 is also includes four aircrafts with different new Animated Ground Servicing (AGS). 2d panel (no VC). Model design and paint by Camil Valiquette.
Posted Sep 1, 2011 06:18 by Camil Valiquette
3.18Mb (7658 downloads)
American Airlines (1994) livery. Long range wide body airliner, full package for FS2004 Custom panel & VC, sound, full moving parts, dynamic shine, operating passenger, crew & cargo doors, HTML check/ref lists. This is a re-issue of our original model with new bare metal & white textures and improved flight dynamics. By Jean-Pierre Brisard, Barry Blaisdell & Bob May -Premier Aircraft Design.
Posted Aug 29, 2011 09:58 by Bob May (PAD)
0.98Mb (403 downloads)
A subsidiary of Corsair Airways, Dixair is a budget carrier primarily serving the deep south although it does offer some limited routes up north. Repaint by Don Brynelsen using a paintkit from here on SimV.
Posted Aug 15, 2011 12:54 by Don Brynelsen
7.97Mb (9766 downloads)
The Fokker 100 is a 107 seat, twin jet, regional airliner which first went into airline operation in 1988 and is still in service all over the world. The Fokker 100 is a good design, popular with passengers and airlines, but was not a great commercial success for Fokker due to high production costs and increasing competition in the regional airliner market from the likes of Bombardier and Embraer. Production ceased in 1997 after 283 had been delivered. Full package for FS2004, with custom panel and VC 3D passenger cabin, animated airstair and cargo doors, airbrakes and reverse thrust. Kneeboard check and ref lists included. Four liveries. Realistic performance and pleasant hand flying qualities. By Jean-Pierre Brisard and Bob May - Premier Aircraft Design More liveries and paint kit available on the PAD web site.
Posted Aug 5, 2011 07:13 by Bob May (PAD)