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If My Heart Had Wings first glider by Mellin - Version 1.0.0 This is a glider from a visual novel: 'If My Heart Had Wings', by Pulltop and/or moenovel. This glider was built by students of KEIFU Technical Collage in Kazegaura, Japan who attended 'Soaring Club'. With this glider they flew through 'Morning Glory' (a rare meteorological phenomenon). More information about this visual novel can be found on their page: http://moenovel.com/imh/
Posted Apr 14, 2016 11:05 by Piotr Mellin Malicki
33.00Mb (1243 downloads)
Some minor adjustments to the AltraMax Version 2 textures to color the aircraft like the original version. Simply extract to your Altra MAX main folder and overwrite the existing textures with these. Enjoy!
Posted Oct 10, 2015 16:10 by Thomas Vaillencourt
44.95Mb (3371 downloads)
This is a Blender FSX Project created By Krispy1001(Kris Pyatt) Project Name: AltraMax Version 2 (Pilot Added) The AltraMax Blender FSX project is setup with animations, and 11 different variations of the aircraft. The original project was requested by Tom Vaillencourt at simviation.com Credits: 3D Model and Animations by Kris Pyatt AKA Krispy1001 Livery Paint schemes and "AltraMax" Logo by Tom Vaillencourt Project beta testers Tom Vaillencourt, Krispy1001 Flight envelope tested and modified by Kris Pyatt and Tom Vaillencourt Thank you, Krispy1001 (Kris Pyatt)
Posted Oct 7, 2015 02:33 by Kris Pyatt aka (krispy1001)
12.07Mb (2524 downloads)
The Schweizer SGS 2-32 is an American two-seat, mid-wing, two or three-place glider built by Schweizer Aircraft of Elmira, New York. The 2-32 was designed to be the highest performance two-place glider available, when it first flew in 1962. The first customer aircraft were delivered in 1964, shortly after certification was completed. The 2-32 has been used as a tourist glider, trainer, cross-country and high-altitude sailplane and has set many US and world records. A total of 87 aircraft were completed. Feature: Full FSX DX10 model rebuilt whit the FSX acceleration sdk, New "Shiny Bubble Glass" canopy reflection, New VC panel animation and Gauges, New rear seat position, All gauges now working and wheels are fully animated, New Reflective texture, and new aircraft dynamic by Jon Davidson + 2 new livery textures.
Posted Jan 7, 2015 03:37 by Ronald Dandurand
17.82Mb (4816 downloads)
The ML400 is a Brazilian microlight aircraft that was designed and produced by Microleve of Rio de Janeiro. When it was available the aircraft was supplied as a complete ready-to-fly-aircraft or as a kit for amateur constructionThe ML 400 complies with the Federation Aeronautique Internationale microlight rules. It features a strut-braced parasol wing, a two-seats-in-side-by-side configuration enclosed cockpit, fixed tricycle landing gear and a single engine in pusher configuration. Includes VC.
Posted Dec 11, 2014 05:18 by Garnier D
9.90Mb (617 downloads)
Repaint of Wolfgang Piper's Blanik L-13. Represents a TG-10C Kestrel (L-13AC) aerobatic trainer of the US Air Force Academy. Repainted by R.E. Wyman. Requires the LET Blanik L-13 found at www.fsglider.de
http://www.fsglider.de/p_e.htm (please report if broken)
Posted Oct 20, 2014 21:18 by R.E. Wyman
1.36Mb (342 downloads)
Repaint of Wolfgang Piper's Schweizer SGS2-33A. This is a fictional repaint of the SGS2-33A for the US Air Force Academy. Requires Wolfgang Piper's FS2004 Schweizer SGS2-33A Glider Package with FSX update "233av1a.zip". Painted by R.E. Wyman.
Posted Sep 8, 2014 23:15 by R.E. Wyman
0.21Mb (298 downloads)
A conversion of the Schweizer S-232 from FS9 to FSX contained a reflection_map texture which made it impossible to see outside from the virtual cockpit. This fixes the canopy on the FSX conversion so you will have visibility from the virtual cockpit. Correction by R.E. Wyman.
Posted Aug 5, 2014 23:39 by R.E. Wyman
23.91Mb (6287 downloads)
FSX Super Cheetah Aero Service Ultralight 2 places Fully animated with virtual cockpit functional Painting of the flying club Till Chatel (Burgundy France) By Patrick LE LUYER
Posted May 3, 2014 14:35 by Patrick LE LUYER