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FS2004 DeHavilland DHC2-MK3 Turbo Beaver Amphibian. Private Owner "The Raven", C-FETN. Based at CYKZ Toronto Buttonville Municipal Airport. Designed in FSDS2 & FSDS3 with full animation, wing views, dynamic shine, full suspension, Water Rudders, includes a pair of 2D Panels and a dynamic VC with a complete cabin, with opening crew doors, Passenger doors, Cargo door with steps, custom sound, Check & Ref HTML files and more. Panel help can be found in the Panel_Docs folder. FSX compatable with path changes. By Jean-Pierre Brisard, Barry Blaisdell, Bob May, and Kevin Pardy - Premier Aircraft Design. 13.2MB

FS2004 DeHavilland DHC2-MK3 Turbo Beaver Amphibian Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources Reg_ID: C-FOPA. Designed in FSDS2 & FSDS3 with full animation, wing views, dynamic shine, full suspension, Water Rudders, includes a pair of 2D Panels and a dynamic VC with a complete cabin, with opening crew doors, Passenger doors, Cargo door with steps, custom sound, Check & Ref HTML files and more. Panel help can be found in the Panel_Docs folder. FSX compatable with path changes. By Jean-Pierre Brisard, Barry Blaisdell, Bob May and Kevin Pardy - Premier Aircraft Design. 12.5MB
FS2004 Viscount 806 Capital Airways Textures only. Capital Airlines of the UK was one of many airlines that found expansion problems met by leasing a BAF Viscount in 1989/90. Capital was formally Brown air and grew rapidy before collapsing even faster.This aircraft later became G-OPAS and ended it's days like so many a Southend with the forward fuselage being transferred to Duxford. Requires the FSDS Viscount 800 model by Rick Piper here. Repaint by Garry Russell. 431K
FS2004 Viscount 803 Loganair Textures only. Loganair leased this Viscount from BAF in 1984 to increase capacity during the airlines rapid expansion at that time. This aircraft went on to be one of the last two flying Viscounts in the UK before sale as 3D-OHM Requires the FSDS Viscount 800 model by Rick Piper here. Repaint by Garry Russell. 516K
FS2004 Viscount 808 BAF (Small titles) Textures only. G-AOYL displaying the earliest of four title styles used on this livery Requires the FSDS Viscount 800 model by Rick Piper here. Repaint by Garry Russell. 438K
FS2004 Viscount 802 BAF (British titles) Textures only. After the "British" titles were dropped by British Airways BAF adopted them in and even larger, bolder form. G-BLNB was originally G-AOHV and was still flying in mid 2005 in Africa. Requires the FSDS Viscount 800 model by Rick Piper here. Repaint by Garry Russell. 483K
FS2004 SOCATA TB-10 Tobago XL Flight Training Adelaide. Textures only. SOCATA TB-10 Tobago XL Flight Training Adelaide registation VH-YTX. Requires original aircraft by Premier Aircraft Design (here). Repaint by Ben Hartmann of UKMIL. 1.3MB
FS2004 Viscount 831 BMA (Arkia livery) Textures only. One time British United Viscount G-APND was sold after use by British Midland to Arkia of Israel The sale did not go ahead so it appeared back on BMA routes in an immaculate Arkia livery before it was sold to BAC who sold it on to Arkia in December 1973. It also flew for BMA in this livery wearing full Arkia titles and logo. Requires the FSDS Viscount 800 model by Rick Piper here Repaint by Garry Russell. 397K

FS2004 Cessna 310 q- Version Songbird. Type of work-Complete Cessna 310Q ready to fly. Description- A beautiful repaint of Rey's Cessna 310 with the style and colors of the Sky King Cessna 310 "Songbird" . Depicted in it's authenic colors and markings it's ready to startup and make your own adventures. Out of the blue of the western sky. Authors-Original work by Rey Lopez/ Paint by D.L. Tarbox Panel Horst Paetzold. 2.9MB

Update: Updated aircraft.cfg to allow all radios to work on the C310 Songbird. 6K

FS2004 Viscount 814 BMA second livery Textures only. Seen in the second livery worn by the type, G-AWXI was one of a mottley collection of Viscounts operated by British Midland at the end of the sixties. Later these were replaced by a fleet of series 813 and 814 aircraft. Being a series 814 'XI would have been at home in the later fleet but was written of after an engine fire on takeoff from Heathrow. Althought the fire was quickly extinguised and the aircraft remained intact the wing was deemed damaged beyond repair and she was stripped for spares. The nose still exists, underwater, in a quarry used as a diving centre Requires the FSDS Viscount 800 model by Rick Piper here Repaint by Garry Russell. 625K