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FS2004/2002 Dash DHC-8 British Airways 'World tails' Package. Liveries included: Union flag (Chatham Dock yard) Colum - Ireland Tartan - Scotland. Model by FSpainter. Ashley Flynn. 1.5MB

FS2004 Grumman Goose Package. The Grumman Goose was originally designed to fulfill a most unique role. The Goose was thought to be the perfect method of transport for Manhattan millionaires to fly to Miami. The potential of the Goose was soon recognized to be beyond that of a weekend luxury flyer, and rapidly it became the utility plane of choice for several air services. Because of its amphibious nature, generous interior space, and rugged construction which enabled the Goose to go just about anywhere it was quickly adopted by the Coast Guard as a rescue plane. The 51st G-21 was the second of a lot of four that was ordered by Peru. Manufactured in 1938, Darrell Terry flew it from Boeing Field in Seattle to Juneau, AK in 1974 where it was operated by Southeast Skyways. During 1982 and 1983, N327 appeared on TV as "Cutter's Goose" in ABC's "Tales of the Gold Monkey." It was eventually sold to James Templeton and later to Jim Chrysler who operated Chrysler Air in Washington and N327 was given a blue and yellow paint scheme. This package portrays N327 in each of its various roles and adds some fun with scenery and adventures based on the Tales of the Gold Monkey! There are 25 challenging flights to test your Goose piloting skills! By Lynn and Bill Lyons. 14.9MB
FS2004 Viscount 708 Alidair Scotland 1980 Textures only. The start of a new decade and a fresh repaint for G-ARGR. Now with door outlines and new titles, she appears without the "Alpha" logo on the tail band. The following year the operations of Alidair were merged to form Inter City Airlines. Requires the FSDS Viscount 700 model by Rick Piper here . Repaint by Garry Russell. 622K
FS2004 Viscount 724 Alidair Scotland Textures only. After spending time on lease to Intra and then DAN Air, G-BDRC appeared in this unique Alidair Scotland livery which appears to make use of a standard Alidair tail band and logo on a white fin with the previous operator's cheatline overpainted in Alidair blue. This machine went on to sister company Guernsey Airlines as Sarnia II after the original Guernsey aircraft was lost in a landing accident. Requires the FSDS Viscount 700 model by Rick Piper here. Repaint by Garry Russell. 723K
FS2004 Viscount 708 Janus Airways Textures only. Janus Airways of Lydd in Kent bought the three remaining Viscount 700 series from BAF who had taken over Inter City Airlines. Only two entered service and spent the summer season 1984 on coach air services across the English Channel. They were the last two passenger V.700 in the UK. In fact this aircraft made the last ever V.700 flight from and to the UK with a round trip from Lydd to Beauvais on 30th October 1984. Bought to suppliment Heralds already in use it was decided at the end of the year not to continue with the Viscounts and both were sold to MMM Aero Services of Zaire. This aircraft was broken up in Kinshasa in January 1987. Requires the FSDS Viscount 700 model by Rick Piper here. Repaint by Garry Russell. 620K
FS2004 Viscount 708 Alidair (Air Inter) Textures only. Of the six V.708 aircraft bought from Air Inter this particular aircraft was not to see long service with it's new owner. Acquired by Alidair in May 1975 it intially flew as F-BGNT before taking up the UK marks of G-BDIK in August of that year. It was leased to Intra from the beginning of April 1976 until the end of October. On return it was withdrawn and used for spares. This repaint shows it how it was flying in British marks with no attempt to remove the Air Inter logos and the titles still visible on the roof. Requires the FSDS Viscount 700 model by Rick Piper Repaint by Garry Russell. 590K

FS2004 Piper PA22 Tri-Pacer Package. The Tri-Pacer is a remarkable aircraft with performance that matches or exceeds that of its contemporary all metal Cessna 172. It is a full seven feet shorter in length then a 172 and takes off in a shorter distance with a higher cruise speed. The Tri-Pacer wins over its pilots with its performance and it is a delight to fly an aircraft that can get airborne fully loaded in 1,220 feet and land over a 50 foot barrier in 1,280 feet. It stalls at 48 mph and best rate of climb is at 84 mph when it can get 620 feet per minute. At 7,000 and 75% power it will true out at 132 mph and its service ceiling is 15,000. Today it remains popular as a classic aircraft. By Lynn and Bill Lyons. 11.9MB
FS2004 Viscount 708 Guernsey Airlines (Alidair livery) Textures only. Guernsey Airlines was a wholly owned subsidury of Alidair and operated a single Viscount 735 (G-BFYZ), one of two purchased from Iraqi Airways. There was considerable interworking of the whole fleet which saw Alidair aircraft on Guernsey services and the Guernsey machine appearing throughout the network. It was on an Alidair flight that 'FYZ was written off. It was replaced by G-BDRC but in the meantime G-ARIR became the token aircraft flying still in Alidair livery but with Guernsey titles and smal crests behind the doors. The whole operation was merged into Inter City Airways in 1981. Requires the FSDS Viscount 700 model by Rick Piper here Repaint by Garry Russell. 548K
FS2004 Viscount 708 Dan Air (Alidair livery) Textures only. Twice leased to Dan Air during the period July 1977 to January 1979, G-ARGR is shown as it appeared in August 1978 flying with Dan Air titles on an otherwise complete Alidair livery. Requires the FSDS Viscount 700 model by Rick Piper Repaint by Garry Russell. 555K
FS2004 Viscount 806 Alidair (Leased from British Airways) Textures only. To cover for a capacity shortage, Alidair leased this Viscount 806 from the Cambrian division of British Airways. With the BA logo and name covered over and simple Alidair titles added, this aircraft was in use betweeen February and April 1975. Requires the FSDS Viscount 800 model by Rick Piper here. Repaint Garry Russell. 406K