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FS2004 Cessna 404 Titan Gold/Chrome: In July 1975 Cessna announced it was developing a new piston twin suitable for airline, freight and corporate work, capable of taking off with a 1560kg (3500lb) payload from a 770m (2530ft) strip, similar in concept to the successful 402, but larger overall. The resulting aircraft was the Model 404 Titan, Cessna's largest piston engined twin developed thus far. It shares the same basic fuselage as the turbine powered 441 Conquest which was developed concurrently, but differs in having geared 280kW (375hp) piston engines and it is unpressurised by John B. Loney, Jr. ---> GOLD/CHROME textures by Francis F Silva(RSDG). 2.8MB
FS2004 Grob Vigilant UK Air CadetsZH208 'UP' Textures only. These textures create the colours of the Grob Vigilant in the colours of ZH208. The model is not exact, but is the closest available. Also, due to the texture mapping, the wings and nose have had to be altered from the REAL aircraft due to limitations in the model however, it is still a good representaiton of the real thing aircraft is the freeware HK36 aircraft here. By ukmil. 729K
FS 2004 Fairchaild Boxcar C119 "USA Commemorative". High Definition This is my attempt at making an already beautiful aircraft model even more beautiful and pleasant to fly and look at. Textures are in HD (High Definition) and a lot of effort went into including a lot of fine detail. For example, notice the brand of the tires (tyres) on the tires which rotate as the plane taxis. Aircraft by Daisuke Yamamoto. Textures by Francis F. Silva 5.4MB
FS2004/2002 Panel & CFG Update for Dave Garwood's Grob Tutor (here) Positions the gauges in their acual place on a real Tutor cockpit + adds a second 'right hand side' view cockpit to allow you to fly from both sides of the aircraft. (Also adds more realistic cockpit insrtuments including Airspeed Indicator & G-metre) By Tom Moger. 1.1MB
FS2004 Embraer EMB-120 Brasilia. Encouraged by the successful penetration of the commuter airline market by the Embraer EMB-110 Bandeirante, Embraer initiated design studies for a completely new and pressurized twin-turboprop regional airliner in September 1979. Designated the Embraer EMB-120 Brasilia, the prototype flew for the first time on July 27, 1983 and certification was achieved by May 1985. Created with FSDS 2.10. Sound by Aaron R. Swindle, Skysong Soundworks. This is a private livery. This is version 2 Textures by Francis F Silva and model by John B. Loney, Jr. 5.4MB
FS2004 DC-6B Portuguese Air Force Textures and model only of Tom Gibson's and Greg Pepper's GMAX DC-6B. You must have Tom and Greg's DC-6B to use these textures (here). Repaint by: Josť Leandro 2.5MB
FS2004 Cessna 404 Titan v2: In July 1975 Cessna announced it was developing a new piston twin suitable for airline, freight and corporate work, capable of taking off with a 1560kg (3500lb) payload from a 770m (2530ft) strip, similar in concept to the successful 402, but larger overall. The resulting aircraft was the Model 404 Titan, Cessna's largest piston engined twin developed thus far. It shares the same basic fuselage as the turbine powered 441 Conquest which was developed concurrently, but differs in having geared 280kW (375hp) piston engines and it is unpressurised by John B. Loney, Jr. Textures by Francis F Silva. 2.4MB
FS2004 Beechcraft 1900D Great Lakes Airlines Textures only. For Mike Stone's Beechcraft 1900D available here. Keni Factor. 1.6MB
 
FS2004 Fairchild C119 Flying TigerLine Textures only. Requires original model Daisuke Yamamoto (here) Texture DL Tarbox. 2.3MB
FS2004 Vickers Merchantman British Airways (BEA livery) Textures only. G-APEO wearing BA titles on her BEA livery. One of four withdrawn to reduce the fleet size in 1975/6 three were sold leaving this,in Aug 1977, to be the only Merchantman to be scrapped by BA Requires the FSDS Vanguard model by Rick Piper (here). Repaint by Garry Russell. 804K