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A repaint of NASA's "991" test airframe of the F-14A Tomcat. For use with the IRIS Pro Series F-14A Tomcat "NASA 991, an F-14 Navy Tomcat designated the F-14 (1X), is seen here in banked flight over the desert on a research flight at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, Calif. The F-14 was used at Dryden between 1979 and 1985 in extensive high-angle-of-attack and spin-control-and-recovery tests."
Posted Feb 7, 2017 05:21 by Copperbelt Jack
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"Alitalia I-MAYB" livery (COMPLETELY FICTIONAL), Alitalia never flew "Connies" but if they had, they might have looked like this during '50. Note the Rome's (S.P.Q.R.) and the 1950 Catholic Jubilee (under Pope Pio XII) crests. The real "Citta' di Roma" was a DC-4 (C-54). Textures set for the beautiful A2A Lockheed L-049 Constellation. Installation instructions are included.Based on A2A Paintkit.Repaint by Manuele Villa,February 2017.
Posted Feb 7, 2017 02:17 by Manuele Villa
103.10Mb (1365 downloads)
FSX/P3D Boeing 787-8 Norwegian Long Haul EI-LNE package with new enhanced VC. Fantastic model by TDS/ Tenkuu Developers Studio with advanced 737-800 VC added. The VC is the Alejandro Rojas Lucena/FSND fantastic revised Boeing 737-800 VC model blended with Ken Wiggington's work on the default 737 VC to make it more resemble a 787. This VC model includes Working wipers (right mouse click on switch) with rain effect. Switches for LCD Screens, EICAS, PFD, MFT. Autobrake switch. Opening pilots window. Cabin Lights switch. Realistic FMC. Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS), More Realistic night VC textures. There are custom Boeing sounds included for that extra realism. I added the high quality textures by Giacomo Tomasini . Model is not modified in any way. The VC added and aircraft.cfg edited to allow correct VC views. TDS wonderful native FSX Boeing 787-8 model. See VC docs to get the best out of the VC and FMC. Assembled and prepared for FSX by Chris Evans.
Posted Feb 6, 2017 12:37 by chris evans
29.60Mb (950 downloads)
FSX/Acceleration/FS2004 Amphibious Floatplane Bartini Beriev VVA-14 in two versions. This strange looking aircraft was a soviet prototype for an amphibious concept, planned for a VTOL version with 14 engines; therefore the name VVA-14. The first version was a konventional one with gear but no floats and made its first flight in September 1972. Later inflatable rubber floats were installed but the aircraft was not able to go airborne. Finally the inflatable floats were replaced with solid floats, the bow was streched and got two additional jet engines. The design gives you no answer if this monster is an aircraft, a hydroplane, a flying catamaran boat or an alien spaceship from starwars. The wreck can be visited at the Molino museum near Moscow. The second prototype went lost in a fire and the VTOL version, planned for anti submarine warfare, was never built. As FS-model you can fly both version of the first prototype with great handling on ground, in air and on water: One with animated inflatable rubber floats and the other with solid floats. The model has a VC with animated stick- and throttle arms. FSDS 3.5 model by Erwin Welker, panel configuration by Michael Pook and russian gauges by different authors. Special thanks to them!
Posted Feb 6, 2017 04:21 by Erwin Welker
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These 2 texture sets were inspired by the fact that I've built both of these in 48th scale model configuration. I trust that you'll enjoy flying these specimens as much as I do. Requires the freeware F4 Phantom from Virtavia/Alphasim.
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Posted Feb 5, 2017 23:12 by Andre Ludick
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This upgrade of the Plane-Design MkVII fs9 Just Jane Lancaster at East Kirkby to FSX was made possible by Jeff Lind of Sydney, Australia who had the xml skills and interest to build a working Flight Engineers Panel using all 6 Lancaster wing tanks. The documentation provides an insight into the full use of the Flight Engineers Panel. It is suggested simmers fly this aircraft in the same way as the previously uploaded BBMF Lancasters in Wide View Aspect. After all it is a precious aircraft that is treated with care in the real world so why not the sim? Additional guages and updates to existing Plane-Design gauges by Jeff Lind. Trim gauges by Ted Cook. Lancaster 2015 paint by Koos van Menen of The Netherlands with the original fs9 Plane-Design paint adjusted for FSX by Ross McLennan, Adelaide, South Australia. THIS UPLOAD MAY FUNCTION IN P3D (feedback will be gratefully accepted).
Posted Feb 5, 2017 18:40 by Ross McLennan