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FS2004 Airbus A320-200 CFM Click Air , registration EC-GRF. The Project Airbus A320 offers a wide range of features, many of which are XML controlled, such as pressurisation outflow valve, ground spoilers, pack outlest that open different amounts due to temperature, idle reversers, parallel bogies, dynamic jetwash, dropping surfaces, opening doors, custom lighting, dynamic shine, wing views, accurate landing gear. Model design by Andy Warden, flight dynamics by Peter Binamira, base textures by Demetris Themistocleous and Alessandro Savarese, paint by Ben Jones. Tested by Alexander Kvitta and Thomas Ruth. 9.9MB
FS2004 Airbus A320-200 IAE British Midland , registration G-MIDY. The Project Airbus A320 offers a wide range of features, many of which are XML controlled, such as pressurisation outflow valve, ground spoilers, pack outlest that open different amounts due to temperature, idle reversers, parallel bogies, dynamic jetwash, dropping surfaces, opening doors, custom lighting, dynamic shine, wing views, accurate landing gear. Model design by Andy Warden, flight dynamics by Peter Binamira, base textures by Demetris Themistocleous and Alessandro Savarese, paint by Ben Jones. Tested by Alexander Kvitta and Thomas Ruth. 9.4MB
FS2004 Airbus A320-200 CFM Gulf Air, registration A40-EB. The Project Airbus A320 offers a wide range of features, many of which are XML controlled, such as pressurisation outflow valve, ground spoilers, pack outlest that open different amounts due to temperature, idle reversers, parallel bogies, dynamic jetwash, dropping surfaces, opening doors, custom lighting, dynamic shine, wing views, accurate landing gear. Model design by Andy Warden, flight dynamics by Peter Binamira, base textures by Demetris Themistocleous and Alessandro Savarese, paint by Ben Jones. Tested by Alexander Kvitta and Thomas Ruth. 9.8MB
FS2004 Project Airbus Airbus A320-231 Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, registration F-OHMJ. I have always wanted to paint an aircraft in the Mexicana livery. The chance has presented itself, so here it is. I am very proud to present this Project Airbus A320-231, registration F-OHMJ, one of 31 Airbus A320s operated by Compania Mexicana de Aviacion (cka Mexicana). This is one of the first 10 A320's operated by Mexicana; it was delivered new by Airbus to Mexicana in February 1992 and initially was registered as XA-RJX. Under Mexicana's old (but in my opinion much more beautiful) livery this aircraft bore the name 'Cozumel.' The A320 performs as a mid-range aircraft for Mexicana principally serving destinations in the US. This aircraft was a joy to paint thanks to the paintkit from Project Airbus. I paid attention to detail and realism as much as possible. The textures in this repaint are 32-bit. Full Installation package, Project Airbus A320 model and air files included. Repaint by Jeffrey S. Bryner, Model by Project Airbus. Uses default 737-400 panel and sounds. 8.1MB
FS2004 Bombardier CRJ-200 Go! Airlines Package. Includes a VC and panel for FS9 (2004), but the panel should be aliased for FSX. Ready to fly. Package includes the installer, effects, and files. Model by Project Opensky. Model by Mitsushi Yukata, Flight Dynamics by Daniel Warren, Creators: Project Open Sky. Paint by Joerg Zeitschel. 7.8MB
FS2004 A320-200 IAE BMI, registration G-MIDV. The Project Airbus A320 offers a wide range of features, many of which are XML controlled, such as pressurisation outflow valve, ground spoilers, pack outlest that open different amounts due to temperature, idle reversers, parallel bogies, dynamic jetwash, dropping surfaces, opening doors, custom lighting, dynamic shine, wing views, accurate landing gear. Model design by Andy Warden, flight dynamics by Peter Binamira, base textures by Demetris Themistocleous and Alessandro Savarese. Tested by Alexander Kvitta and Thomas Ruth. Repainted by Dickson Chan. Livery by Ben Jones. 9.8MB
FS2004 A320-200 CFM Air 2000, registration G-OOAD. The Project Airbus A320 offers a wide range of features, many of which are XML controlled, such as pressurisation outflow valve, ground spoilers, pack outlest that open different amounts due to temperature, idle reversers, parallel bogies, dynamic jetwash, dropping surfaces, opening doors, custom lighting, dynamic shine, wing views, accurate landing gear. Model design by Andy Warden, flight dynamics by Peter Binamira, base textures by Demetris Themistocleous and Alessandro Savarese. Tested by Alexander Kvitta and Thomas Ruth. Repainted by Dickson Chan. Livery by Ben Jones. 9.4MB
FS2004 A320-200 IAE Airtours International, registration G-SUEE. The Project Airbus A320 offers a wide range of features, many of which are XML controlled, such as pressurisation outflow valve, ground spoilers, pack outlest that open different amounts due to temperature, idle reversers, parallel bogies, dynamic jetwash, dropping surfaces, opening doors, custom lighting, dynamic shine, wing views, accurate landing gear. Model design by Andy Warden, flight dynamics by Peter Binamira, base textures by Demetris Themistocleous and Alessandro Savarese. Tested by Alexander Kvitta and Thomas Ruth. Repainted by Dickson Chan. Livery by Ben Jones. 9.2MB
FS2004 A320-200 CFM Monarch, registration G-MPCD (old livery) and G-MONX (new livery). The Project Airbus A320 offers a wide range of features, many of which are XML controlled, such as pressurisation outflow valve, ground spoilers, pack outlest that open different amounts due to temperature, idle reversers, parallel bogies, dynamic jetwash, dropping surfaces, opening doors, custom lighting, dynamic shine, wing views, accurate landing gear. Model design by Andy Warden, flight dynamics by Peter Binamira, base textures by Demetris Themistocleous and Alessandro Savarese. Tested by Alexander Kvitta and Thomas Ruth. Repainted by Dickson Chan. Livery by Ben Jones. 16.9MB
FS2004 Airbus A340-313 Air France. The model features very detailed moving parts and highly reflecting metallic skin. Five liveries are provided with this package: Air Canada, Air France, Lufthansa, Swiss and a fictional 'AirOne' (AirOne airline does not operate the A340 at the moment). The panel background has been taken from photographic material found in the net, with minor modifications and almost all gauges created by the authors. Included is also a very simple virtual cockpit, with working essential gauges and animated flight controls. By Italo D'Attomo and Giovanni Quai. 8.9MB