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NpCmoveAircraft is a Lua script in the Numberpad Control family of FSX scripts that can be used to move an aircraft to a new position. Each step includes prompts for the required input and format. User inputs include the DISTANCE to move (NMs), the DIRECTION to move (degrees magnetic), the desired aircraft ALTITUDE (ft), the desired aircraft HEADING (degrees magnetic), and the desired aircraft IAS (Kts) along with the LANDING GEAR POSITION -- up (u), down (d) or fixed (f). Or for any of the five inputs the user can simply enter a carriage return (Enter key) to signify NO CHANGE for that particular entry. Prior to the move the aircraft can be on the ground or in the air. So, for example, NpCmoveAircraft can be used to simply turn an a/c around, to move it to the other end of a runway, to re-position it for another approach after landing, to jump ahead in cruise, to catch up to another a/c, etc. NpCmoveAircraft works with default FSX aircraft and many add-on aircraft that adhere to the standard FSUIPC offsets. A registered copy of FSUIPC is required to execute the NpCmoveAircraft Lua script. Simply copy the script to the Modules folder of FSX and assign a ‘hot key’, button or switch to activate the script.
Posted Feb 21, 2017 12:23 by Al Klayton
74.85Mb (115 downloads)
FSX/P3D Airbus A330-300 Aer Lingus 4 aircraft package. Irish national airline, Aer Lingus, currently (2017) operate 6 A330-300 with a further 2 on order. Includes VC. Model by Thomas Ruth. Added the better Thomas Ruth VC with updates by Chris Evans and Louis Quintero. I added the great textures by Tim Clark. Includes FMC by Garret Smith. Fixed contact points so wheels do not sit too high. FMC will display in VC. Includes A330 manual. Custom A330 sounds included. Assembled and tested in P3D and FSX by Chris Evans
Posted Feb 21, 2017 04:32 by chris evans
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This is yet another plane that was operated by the South African Air Force for which I never could locate an appropriate one, so I fixed the problem by creating this texture, because the original package make mention that it was also used by the SAAF, though the package doesn't contain a texture set for a SAAF one...Enjoy. Textures by A. Ludick.
Posted Feb 20, 2017 23:47 by Andre Ludick
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This texture came about due to the fact that I've built the 48th scale Tamiya kit of this plane many years back when I was still a youngster. I remember being very fond of that model, because of its sheer size. Revised textures by A. Ludick.
Posted Feb 20, 2017 23:38 by Andre Ludick
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This is yet another plane that was absent from the available ones for FSX. Extensive tweaking was done to the aircraft.cfg to bring this about. The original one did not do justice to the whole idea as far as trying to fly it in FSX. It was very sluggish and required much tweaking in many areas, now it flies much better....Enjoy. Original Model by JR Lucariny. Textures & Upgrades by A. Ludick.
Posted Feb 20, 2017 23:25 by Andre Ludick
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A Project: FSCV - Flight Sim Cabo Verde GVSN - One of the 6 airports at Cabo Verde archipelago- off the coast of Africa. Preguiça (IATA: SNE, ICAO: GVSN) is an airport in Cape Verde located in the island of São Nicolau, about 3 km south of the island capital Ribeira Brava. This is a non professional work. Credits: Mesh - Steven Correia Scenario/Afacad: Paulo Figueiredo. Thanks to Helio Cruz for the photos. IMPORTANT: Not compatible with TerraBrasilis scenery.
Posted Feb 20, 2017 12:16 by Paulo de Figueiredo
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Boeing/Bell V2 Osprey for FSX. Original model by Vlad Zhyhulskiy. No VC but added 2d panel by Andrioto. Texture problems fixed and other things. This plane has a VTOL mode and you can fly like a helicopter or a plane. Have a nice Flight. Important: To take off like a helicopter press "F8" and then "#" Assembled by Propilot
Posted Feb 20, 2017 08:44 by PROPILOT_DC3
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RAF Scorton was opened in October 1939 as part of 13 Group Fighter Command and a satellite station of RAF Catterick. It was located near the village of Scorton in North Yorkshire. It was used by the Royal Air Force, the Royal Canadian Air Force, and the United States Army Air Forces Ninth Air Force during the war. The location was chosen for its flat terrain and its situation close to the now disbanded Eryholme-Richmond branch line that had a sub branch line to Catterick Garrison and RAF Catterick. The famous No. 56 Squadron RAF flew Spitfires from Scorton during the Second World War. Also the USAAF 422d and 425th Night Fighter Squadrons were stationed at Scorton flying the Northrup P-61 "Black Widow" fighter. The Aerodrome closed in 1945 and most of the concreted areas have been extensively quarried away for sand and gravel extraction. Most of what was the airfield is now under a lake or a quarry. There are a few military pre-fab buildings remaining in the area – they were dismantled after the war and moved to local farms to be used as agricultural buildings. Source:Wikipedia
Posted Feb 20, 2017 05:32 by Terry Boissel