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I am proud to present this Bombardier CRJ-701 in the excellent Project Opensky CRJ-700 V3 model. This airframe, bearing registration N215AG, is the first of 3 Bombardier CRJ-700's to wear the Alaska Airlines' Smiling Eskimo livery. This is a detailed repaint with custom textures. All windows are custom, hand-painted, 3D with window shades. Night textures are custom (windows) as well. The repainted textures in this package are 32-bit with no mipmaps for best clarity and quality. This is a complete install. Please read the file POSKY Readme.txt for the EULA and other information. This is a full install pacakge and contains all Project Opensky provided files current to the CRJ-700 V3 Version 2008.1.1. The sound is from the default Learjet. Repaint by Jeffrey S. Bryner.
Posted Jun 6, 2011 21:58 by Jeffrey S. Bryner
14.69Mb (1967 downloads)
Repaint of SkySpirit2011 Boeing 747-8i. Fictional Garuda Indonesia. Registraion Number "PK-GSX" Textures. Requires the original full Skyspirit2011 748i. Author : Febriant Leocesio
Posted Jun 1, 2011 08:23 by Febriant Leocesio
9.57Mb (2423 downloads)
I am very proud to present this Project Airbus (pa321) Airbus A321-231 in the US Airways NC livery. This was the 2nd A321-231 acquired by US Airways and is 1 of 20 A321-231's in US Airways' A321 fleet. It was delivered new to US Airways in December of 2008 and bears registration N508AY. The A321 is the medium-haul workhorse for US Airways and flies into most major US airports serviced by US Airways including; KCLT, KPHX, KLAX, KSFO, KORD, KMCO, KSAN among others. The A321's service Caribbean destinations for US Airways as well. This is a detailed repaint with custom textures. The repainted textures in this package are 32-bit with no mipmaps for best clarity and quality. This is a complete install. The Project Airbus A321-231 model and air files are included. Uses default 737-400 2d panel and sounds. (No VC) Please see Readme.txt for more details. Repaint by Jeffrey S. Bryner.
Posted May 27, 2011 18:40 by Jeffrey S. Bryner
9.65Mb (2473 downloads)
Welcome the latest in the long line of logojets for Alaska Airlines. I present to you all this FreeSky Project (pka Project Opensky) model of the Boeing 737-790, registration N607AS, painted in the colors of and bearing the logos of the Portland Timbers Major League Soccer (MLS) team. This eye-catching livery was rolled out to the public at Portland International Airport (KPDX) on May 6th, 2011. This aircraft repaint is very detailed; many of the logos were hand crafted including; the Portland Timbers lettering, the Rose City logo on the winglets, the "WiFi INFLIGHT" decal, the tomahawk logo on the tail, as well as all GSU and tug are painted with the Alaska Airlines logo. The windows are custom and hand drawn with window shades as well as some night textures are custom. All repainted textures in this package are 32-bit with no mipmaps for best clarity and quality. This is a complete installation package; Project Opensky B737-700W model and air files included. Repaint by Jeffrey S. Bryner.
Posted May 22, 2011 22:24 by Jeffrey S. Bryner
1.41Mb (980 downloads)
McDonnell-Douglas DC-9-51,(cn 47738/830), registration YV136T, and renamed "El Zuliano", an aircraft with the new Aeropostal livery. Real colors, new wings, stabilizers and other details. Files upgraded from the original version. Textures only for SGA's latest Douglas DC-9 series release, (SGA950.zip). By Juan Ernesto Oropeza
Posted May 16, 2011 11:06 by Juan Ernesto Oropeza
5.66Mb (1912 downloads)
FS2004 Qatar A350-1000 XWB V2. Versions 2 is an all new version with a new nose, new cockpit windows, new wings and winglets. This CamSim Version 2 is also includes three aircraft with different updated new Animated Ground Servicing (AGS) including a new Belt Loader. No VC. Model design and paint by: Camil Valiquette
Posted Apr 20, 2011 06:33 by Camil Valiquette
5.42Mb (1719 downloads)
FS2004/FS2002 Dassault Falcon 50 F-GPSA textures for the Falcon 50 by Yannick Lavigne, Fred Banting and Rob Young.(does not display in FSX) Repaint by Enrique Medal.
Posted Apr 11, 2011 19:35 by Enrique Medal