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FS2004/2002 Antonov Airlines (VA) An-74 This is a repaint of tail number UR-74010 in Antonov Airlines colors. FSDS2 model by Dimitri Samborski, Panel by Mathias Lieberecht, Repaint by Ray Brower. (requires Concorde gauge here) 1.8MB

FS2004/2002 LearFan 2100 Concept Executive Jet by William Lear. This download is a detailed 3 level 'series' package featuring extremely detailed flight models, interiors, 3 versions of instrument panels that also feature back lighting, a custom sound package, opening door and cabin curtain, dynamic shine and reflection textures, and a softly lit cabin area. These detailed interiors are designed for use with Active Camera. The LearFan 2100 package also features a custom air file designed for this aircraft package by Dennis Seeley. Aircraft is modeled in Gmax. By William Ortis, Lionheart Creations Ltd. 20.5MB
FS2004 IFC- Gulfstream V - Two liveries Aircraft - These special aircraft textures were created on behalf of the International FlightSim Convention (IFC http://www.ifcblackpool.com). This world leading convention will be held in Blackpool UK in July 2005. Aircraft by Mike Stone (http://www.pmstone.com), Textures by Garry J. Smith (http://www.gjsmith.net) Fully self installing executable file to install the aircraft and the textures. Garry J. Smith. 2.3MB
FS2004/2002 Rockwell Sabreliner Great Western Textures only. This is a repaint of tail number N100GW, owned by Great Western Aviation until the early 1970's. Textures only! Requires Mike Stone's Sabreliner, available above. 84K
FS2004 SGA Airbus A300B4-200 Update Update to the SGA A300B4-200 FDE for FS2004. Refers to the SGA A300 here. By Stewart-Global Aircraft. 24K
FS2004/2002 MelJet Boeing 747-400 RR Version III Version 3.0 Aloha. Rolls Royce RB211-524H. This aircraft is a product of ten months of work and has been completely scratch rebuilt in GMax and is not based on previous versions. Main features are reflective textures; animated flexing wings; animated control surfaces; dynamic wing views; nosegear and maingear steering; animated passenger and cargo doors; animated tilting and compressing gear struts; compound slats; and a lot more. By Melvin Rafi. Aloha Paint by Capt. Wes Archibald. 2.2MB
FS2004 Air France B777-200ER & B777-300ER, Two aircraft are included in this package: B772 F-GSPY and B773 F-GSQB. Those planes were completely hand painted, new exterior night lights were designed, and added many static effects to give it a realistic touch. Furthermore, this package includes a completely hand painted interior area, with the new style "Nouveaux Espaces de Voyages". This rendition of the Boeing 777 has been completely built from scratch in Gmax and features a 32-sided fuselage and engines; "maintenance mode" featuring opening engine cases, deployable Ram Air Turbine, opening gear bay doors on ground, opening captain's window; virtual cabin (first, business, tempo class); folding wings; reflective textures; flexing wings; dynamic wing views; animated reversers with animated fan air blocker doors; see through engines; animated landing gear with fully modeled struts and hydraulic pistons. Also featuring animated flexible gear hoses; animated flaps, slats, ailerons, elevators and spoilers with animated hydraulic pistons; advanced logic nose gear and main gear steering; animated primary and secondary rudder; dynamic shine and reflective surfaces; 3D APU; 3D gear, flap, slat bays; seamless wing root fairing; dimensioned to high accuracy; accurate flight dynamics; extremely detailed all round. Original v2 model by MelJet (Melvin Rafi). Repaint by Julien Scavini. 7.9MB
FS2004 Boeing C-22C Repaint for the Vistaliners 727-200Adv. S/N 21946 was delivered to Singapore Airlines as 9V-SGH a 727-212 Advanced on 9 July 1979. On 19 Janruary 1983, the aircraft was sold to "Age of Enlightenment Trust" as 9V-WGA, a private operation until it was sold again in March of 1984 to "Rolls Royce CC" and re-registered N48054. In November of 1984, it was sold and put into service with Ryan International in its colors where it served on their various ad-hoc contract until June of 1986 when it was sold E-Systems, the Air Forces' leading converter of civilian aircraft for military use. During this time it was used both as a transport and a testbed before being converted to a C-22C international transport for the USAF and assigned the serial number 83-4618 and entered service in June of 1989 in this role. Strangely, in July of 1990, the aircraft was given a civilian registration - N8596C, and was seen in September of 1990 with "Century" titles on the upper fuselage. Then, on 1 October 1990, the aircraft was again returned to USAF use as 83-4618 and the titles were removed. The aircraft was then assigned to the 486FLTS with the Air National Guard and was seen all over the world transporting people and medical patients. The aircraft was finally retired and sent to AMARC on 23 April 2001 and assigned the storage number CU0003. The aircraft can still be seen today on Celebrity Row in its final paint. Repaint by Chris Trott. 3.2MB
FS2004 Lufthansa Boeing 727-200 This is a repaint of vistaliners Boeing 727-200adv. Model Erick Cantu, FDE Frasier Turner, night textures by Jim Campisi. Airline texture by Henry William. 8.7MB
FS2004 Frontier Boeing 727-200 This is a repaint of vistaliners Boeing 727-200adv. Model Erick Cantu, FDE Frasier Turner, night textures by Jim Campisi. Airline texture by Henry William. 8.5MB