53.65Mb (913 downloads)
This is an update for FSX of the Il-18 by Edgar Giunart and packaged by Matt Miller. I have added a different 2D panel so those like me can fly with English gauges; plus the VC windows are unusable except in daylight. The maker did not check to see if the windows worked at night, or someone changed the textures in a way that took away the transparency of the windows in anything but daylight. Since the aircraft had over 17,000 downloads when I downloaded it, a lot of people would like a fix if someone knows how. I have updated the flight dynamics, added all the wheels, and changed any other contact points that needed changing. I changed the smoke effect to something that I had as the aircraft package did not contain effects. This is the whole aircraft.
Posted Jul 31, 2015 10:30 by Bob Chicilo
84.27Mb (6185 downloads)
DeHavilland Dash 7 American Eagle package. Native FSX model includes specular maps, bloom effects, FSX native animations throughout and external self shadowing. Tested in DX9 only, can't gaurantee it will work in DX10 preview mode. Note that there are no bump maps applied to the models. By Milton Shupe, Mike Kelly, George Arana and Sim-Outhouse. FSX native conversion by Eagle Rotorcraft Simulations. American Eagle textures created by request in Simviation forums by Caltabiano Nunzio (Voyager). Also added autopilot and GPS.
Posted Jul 28, 2015 04:34 by Voyager
42.12Mb (1064 downloads)
FS2004/FSX/P3D DeHavilland DH90 Dragonfly. Designed for FS2004, it will port over to FSX and Prepar3D with the usual differences. There are five models included in the package covering the two extant aircraft, G-AEDU and ZK-AYR, as fully controlled models. A third model with generalised texture mapping is also included for easy repaints. There are also two AI models, one specifically for G-AEDU and the other a generalised texture. By Keith Paine.
Posted Jul 25, 2015 06:27 by Mike Lietz
5.10Mb (184 downloads)
One of the most delightful fliers is the Lancair 2000. Mark Rooks has updated the Legacy Lancair 2000, original by Robert Christopher for Flight Simulator 2004 as the "Emerald Lancair" (see link below) These are two fantasy repaints that do not represent a real world aircraft, but just looked cool to me. One is using a dragon scale design I created in a Photoshop class, and the other a spacey design that, sadly, I've lost the original, so I don't know who to credit. All I have left is the portion that is used in the texture. If you know who may have created this, please let me know so I can credit them properly. I hope you have as much fun with these as I did, and they look SO amazing when flying from the VC.
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Posted Jul 20, 2015 23:22 by Mark Powell
77.01Mb (2033 downloads)
This is Milton Shupe's original FS2002 De Havilland Canada Dash-7 Package updated for FSX.
Posted Jul 20, 2015 01:15 by Michael E. Roberts
19.88Mb (2222 downloads)
This is an update to the Brian Gladden FS2004 Beechcraft Model 18 Volpar. The panels are updated with XML gauges replacing the gau files. 2D and VC panels included.
Posted Jul 18, 2015 02:58 by Michael E. Roberts
0.79Mb (219 downloads)
This texture is for the FSX ERCO 415 Ercoupe. It comes in part from an X-Plane texture. File includes complete Aircraft config file and texture thumbnail. Enjoy.
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Posted Jul 14, 2015 20:13 by Michael E. Roberts
2.88Mb (2306 downloads)
Binter Mediterranean was a Spanish airline, created in the likeness of Binter Canarias, and a subsidiary of Iberia LAE, based in Madrid, with a fleet of for 5 CASA CN-235 aircraft. It was based at Malaga Airport, Malaga. Model by J.E.Narcizo & RanchoJEN, adaptation for FSX, panel and VC by Philippe Wallaert, tecture by Juan Villamor. Full aircraft.
Posted Jul 6, 2015 15:48 by Juan Villamor
14.59Mb (1452 downloads)
Alpha P51 , N51DY is actually a Thunder Mustang kit plane that is three-quarter scale replica of a real P51, but there isn't one available to paint in the Sim world so I've put this stunning livery on a full size Mustang. VC included. Textures by Stephen Browning
Posted Jun 27, 2015 14:58 by Stephen Browning