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FlyDubai Boeing 737-8KN (A6-FDN - Flight 981) Package
FlyDubai Boeing 737-8KN (A6-FDN - Flight 981) Package
22.01Mb (2021 downloads)
FlyDubai Boeing 737-8KN with the advanced VC. Package includes the POSKY Boeing 737-800WL model with the paint scheme of flight 981 on the day of the crash, registration A6-FDN. FlyDubai Flight 981 (A6-FDN) was a scheduled international passenger flight from Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to Rostov-on-Don, Russia. On 19 March 2016, the Boeing 737-8KN made two unsuccessful landing attempts at Rostov-on-Don Airport in inclement weather. After aborting its second approach, the aircraft climbed to 4,000 feet (1,200 m), then descended rapidly and crashed into the ground at a high speed. All 62 people onboard the aircraft were killed in the crash. This model has all the lovely animations that you'd expect. Textures by Alan de Jager & VC by Alrot. Package assembled by Alan de Jager
Posted Mar 20, 2016 09:25 by Alan de Jager
Dassault Falcon 50 package
Dassault Falcon 50 package
17.32Mb (4458 downloads)
Dassault Falcon 50 package for FSX. Updated version of the original model by Yannick Lavigne, Fred Banting, Rob Young. Additions by Eric Dantes. FSX panel conversion by Andre "esmdu" and Ludovic "vonstroheim". XML gauges by Philippe Wallaert and Don "fxsttcb" Bodenstedt. This aircraft has a full interior model with passenger cabin as well as a variety of liveries.
Posted Mar 19, 2016 19:08 by Uploader
Carenado Piper Archer II N4543L Textures
Carenado Piper Archer II N4543L Textures
39.27Mb (184 downloads)
Tan and white Piper PA-28-181 Archer II N4543L textures. For the payware Carenado Archer II for FSX. Repaint by Tom Tiedman.
Posted Mar 19, 2016 15:49 by Tom Tiedman
Skysimulations DC-9-32 Alitalia old livery textures
1.03Mb (156 downloads)
FSX Alitalia (vintage livery) registration I-DIKP, ver. 1.0, textures only for the payware Sky Simulations DC9 Version 2
Posted Mar 19, 2016 13:34 by Stefano Meneghini
Boeing 747-400 British Airways 'Face to face' package
Boeing 747-400 British Airways 'Face to face' package
34.48Mb (3471 downloads)
Boeing 747-400 British Airways 'Face to face' package with advanced VC As of 2016 British Airways operate a total of 52 Boeing 747-400 aircraft. Many, like this, have special liveries. Assembled and edited for FSX with Enhanced VC from Alejandro Rojas Lucenda. Thank you to Posky for their wonderful models. Added the great textures by Xudeva Irribarra. Project Opensky FSX native Boeing 747-400 model upgraded using the vastly improved Boeing 747 VC from Alejandro Rojas Lucena/FSND (See panel docs for details). VC includes FMC, EICAS, MFD with control panel, GPWS, working wipers, cabin lights, fire suppression, avionics switch, fuel crossfeed, landing lights switches, taxi light switch, engine generators, APU generator, battery switch, starter switches, de-ice switch, general lights switches. Beautiful Posky 747-400 model with complex features and ground service vehicles (use - Views - Instrument panel - Posky util). Also includes the Boeing 747 VC textures upgrade by Jason A. Lee. This give a much clearer 747 interior virtual cockpit look. Assembled and edited for FSX by Chris Evans.
Posted Mar 19, 2016 08:32 by chris evans
0.02Mb (128 downloads)
This is my interpretation of the fighter station RAF Wellingore, in Lincolnshire. I have used a little poetic licence in placing the 8 L type blister hangers and the small technical area to the north west of the airfield, I hope you enjoy my effort. Initially, Wellingore opened during the first world war in 1917. I am guessing that it was used by the Royal Naval Air Service as it was the relief landing ground for Training Establishment Cranwell. With the onset of world war 2 the unit under went improvement works gaining the concrete peritrack and 6 e type fighter pen and 8 type L blister hangers. A number of squadrons serviced at the station before it final closure 1945 I have attempted to re-produce the unit as it may of looked during its war years but as photographs are scarce some of it may not be true to life, but I am sure the simmers amongst us will enjoy having another Lincolnshire airfield to fly in to.
Posted Mar 19, 2016 05:36 by Terry Boissel
Fouga Zephyr CM 175 v2.0 Redux Package
Fouga Zephyr CM 175 v2.0 Redux Package
50.47Mb (2394 downloads)
The Zephyr was the naval version of the Fouga. This french light jet was used since 1960 for training the pilots of the French Navy, especially for the carrier operations. This is a new version, fully reworked to be used with FSX Acceleration. It is provided in two configurations: solo and "dual command" (DC) adapted to shared cockpit flights. This model is developed by Restauravia with the cooperation of the "Royale French Navy design group"
Posted Mar 19, 2016 03:21 by Ronald Falzon
Alabeo Piper Aztec Gray/Black Panel Texture Fix
4.46Mb (127 downloads)
Revised texture file for my previously uploaded Piper Aztec Gray/Black Panel textures. It solves a problem with invisible markings in the gray/black panel.
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Posted Mar 19, 2016 02:53 by Peter Mueller
RAF Langar, UK
RAF Langar, UK
1.88Mb (193 downloads)
RAF Langar (ICAO X3LR) is a former Royal Air Force station located near the village of Langar, Nottinghamshire, England. The airfield is located approximately 6 miles (9.7 km) east-southeast of Radcliffe on Trent and about 100 miles (160 km) north-northwest of London, England. Opened in 1942 during World War II, it was used by both the Royal Air Force and United States Army Air Forces. During the war it was used primarily as troop carrier transport airfield. After the war it was provided to the Royal Canadian Air Force which used it as an operational base until 1963. Today the airfield is the location for the British Parachute Schools, who use the original control tower for their headquarters. The former Avro industrial complex is used by private industry.
Posted Mar 18, 2016 07:20 by Terry Boissel
RAF Cottesmore, UK
RAF Cottesmore, UK
1.66Mb (229 downloads)
RAF Cottesmore (ICAO EGXJ) is a former Royal Air Force station in Rutland, England, situated between Cottesmore and Market Overton. The Stationed opened on 11 March 1938 and was used mainly for training, and the first squadrons were equipped with Vickers Wellesley aircraft, but soon converted to Fairey Battles. Later RAF Bomber Command took over the airfield, again as a training station, flying Handley Page Hampdens. These units remained in residence until a few days before the outbreak of war in 1939 when they were sent to RAF Cranfield to serve as a pool providing replacements for combat losses. Their place at Cottesmore was taken by Nos. 106 and 185 Squadrons, moving in from RAF Thornaby with Hampdens. However, with the outbreak of war, the aircraft and crews were sent to locations in the north and west, as enemy air attacks were expected over the southern half of England. As these never materialised, the Hampdens returned in the spring of 1940 and No. 185 Squadron became the Hampden operational training unit, No. 14 Operational Training Unit RAF. RAF Cottesmore's Hampdens' first trespass into hostile airspace was a leaflet dropping operation over northern France. In October 1940, 106 Squadron moved to RAF Finningley while No. 14 OTU remained training crews for Bomber Command, its Hampdens and HP.53 Herefords being replaced by Vickers Wellingtons in 1942. Training continued for three years and three months until August 1943 when No. 14 OTU moved to RAF Market Harborough. In early December 2009, it was announced the station would close due to funding cut-backs, in part to help pay for additional helicopters for British operations in Afghanistan. In 2010, No. 4 Squadron RAF disbanded, with No. 20 Squadron RAF re-badging as No 4 (Reserve) Squadron. The station became a satellite to RAF Wittering on 31 March 2011 with a civic parade and flypast to mark the disbandment of No 1 Sqn RAF, 800 NAS, 801 NAS and JFH. In July 2011 Defence Secretary Liam Fox announced plans for it to be the airfield for one of five of the Army's Multi-Role Brigades. In April 2012 it was renamed Kendrew Barracks after Major General Sir Douglas Kendrew. Source: Wikipedia
Posted Mar 18, 2016 05:42 by Terry Boissel