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FS2004 BAC One-Eleven 518 Court Line Turquoise Textures only. "Halcyon Night" shows off the turquoise variation of Court Line's vibrant livery. Serving with Court until the airlines 1974 collapse, this aircraft utimately became G-BCWG with Monarch Airlines based at Luton.\Requires the BAC One-Eleven 500 model by David Maltby here: Repaint Garry Russell Contains extra texture bitmaps for optional coloured wings. 717K
FS2004 BAC One-Eleven 518 Court Line Pink Textures only. Halcyon Days" shows off the pink variation of the Court Line scheme as G-AXMI. This aircraft spent its entire life in the UK. After the Collapse of Court the aircraft became G-BDAE with Dan Air .... joining that airline in March 1975.Requires the BAC One-Eleven 500 model by David Maltby: Repaint Garry Russell Contains extra texture bitmaps for optional coloured wings. 810K
FS2004 BAC One-Eleven 517 Court Line Lilac Textures only. A series 517FE built for but not delivered to Bahamas Airways. Ultimately Sold to Court Line this aircraft was leased to LIAT in June 1972. It returned to Court in April 1974 named "Halcyon Beach", serving 4 months there immediately prior to the collapse of the airline. Re-registered G-BCXR the aircraft susequently acquired by Luton based Monarch Airlines.Requires the BAC One-Eleven 500 model by David Maltby here: Repaint Garry Russell Contains extra texture bitmaps for optional coloured wings. 825K
FS2004 BAC One-Eleven 518 Court Line Green Textures only. Later The second of Court Line's 1-11 500 fleet is shown here toward the end of it's time with Court Line displaying a Court logo on the fin in place of the usual Clarksons logo. After leases to Cyprus Airways and Bavaria it was sold to Monarch and later flew for British Island Airways. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 500 model by David Maltby here: Repaint Garry Russell Contains extra texture bitmaps for optional coloured wings.
FS2004 BAC One-Eleven 523 Court Line BMA Textures only. A change of direction by British Midland left their three BAC One-Eleven 523 aircraft surpluss to requirement. Two of the machines were leased to Court Line before joining the third already sold to TransBrasil. G-AXLN is seen during it's time with Court flying in a basic, modified residual BMA livery. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 500 model by David Maltby here: Repaint Garry Russell. 855K
FS2004 BAC One-Eleven 416 Court Line Textures only. 1970 saw both the start of a new decade and relaunch of Autair as bright and colourful Court Line hearalding the super-sonic seventies. All scheduled services were abandoned and the fleet sold off. The new airline was operate IT charters only with a brand new fleet of BAC One-Eleven 500 aircraft, and later, with a pair of TriStars. However a capacity shortfall left the new airline in need of an extra aircraft and although destined for sale to Cambrian Airways, G-AWBL was retained for a year becomming the only series BAC 1-11.400 to wear the Court Line livery.Requires the BAC One-Eleven 400 model by David Maltby here. Repaint Garry Russell. 777K

FS2004 Tupolev Tu-154 B2 Package. From Project Tupolev comes v9.4 of their Tupolev Tu-154B2 jet airliner. The complete package features a new visual model, 2D panel with ten sub-panels, virtual cockpit, sounds load editor. Liveries include Siberia Airlines, Krasair and Ural Airlines. Manual comes in Russian and English. 54MB

FS2002/FS2004 Tupolev Tu-154 B2 v9.5 (update to v94 above) . From Project Tupolev comes v9.5 of their Tupolev Tu-154B2 jet airliner. The complete package features a new visual model, 2D panel with ten sub-panels, virtual cockpit, sounds load editor. Liveries include Siberia Airlines, Krasair and Ural Airlines. Manual comes in Russian and English. New in v9.5 is weather dependent braking and engine performance, improved joystick interface and revised flight dynamics, sound, night textures and manuals. 8.8MB

FS2002/FS2004. Now for FS2004 AND FS2002! - The 737 Experience Expansion Pack v1.0. Contains three new liveries, updated flight dynamics and heat shimmer engine exhaust effects. NEW for this expansion pack - a FS2002 model (courtesy model developer) so that the 737 Experience (the 737 Experience is here) can now be used in FS2002! By Martyn Becker. File size - 2.6MB.
FS2004 BAC One-Eleven 412 LANICA-TAN Textures only. One of four operated by LANICA, this was the only one that was purchased new. Delivered in April 1967 and partly owned by TAN-Honduras, it initially flew in this joint LANICA-TAN livery. Damaged by machine gun fire during a hijacking in December 1971, it returned to Hurn in January 1972 for the burnt out interior to be replaced after which it was re-delivered and later stored. It was sold for executive use in October 1972. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 400 model by David Maltby here. Repaint Garry Russell. 498K
FS2004 BAC One-Eleven 412 Lanica Textures only. One of four One-Elevens operated by Lineas Aereas de Nicaragua this was the only one bought new. Possessing the apt C/N of 111 it was delivered in April 1967 replacing a leased Aer Lingus series 208 that had been operated since the previous November. This aircraft had to be hastily replaced in December 1971 by a Court Line series 518 when the interior was burnt out in a hijacking. The aircraft returned to Hurn for repairs in January 1972 and was sold as an executive jet in October of that year. The Court Line machine continued until March 1972 when LANICA leased an ex American Airlines series 401. Exactly a year later that machine was returned for sale to Bahamsair ending LANICA's short, but eventful time with the type. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 400 model by David Maltby here. Repaint Garry Russell. 543K