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FS2000 MD83, using the default FS2K gauges. 167K
FS2000 ERJ/EMB-145 Panel A Very accurate EMB-135/145 instrument panel. Which includes realistic PFD, EICAS, Flight Director and Digital Radar Altimeter with Female voice call-outs. Incredibly accurate panel layout, and completely readable. By Brian Magby First Officer EMB-145 COEX. 652K
FS2000 Panel -- DHC6 Twin Otter first officer panel. By Cornelio Cornelius. 499K
Boeing 717-200 panel for fs2000 Designed with all necessary gauges for aircraft systems management and navigation. Specific sizing and spacing for 1024x768 resolution will distort in other modes by varying degrees. Requires ACSGPS files for GPS function. Vanessa Leightower. 301MB
FS2000 Default Cessna.rg - improved 3-d panel! Uses all default window views and the compass and GPS toggle displays. all gauges easy to read. Uses FS2000 default gauges. for FS2000 only. by Carl Gallups. 632K

Fokker-100 panel for FS2000 The GPS Map is intergrated on the panel by a switch. You can use the Flightplanner to make flightplan's, and fly them by using the GPS and the Nav switch. Frans Nobel. 1.03MB

FS2000 Boeing 737 IFR Panel. A detailed modification of the default 737 panel for use in IFR conditions. Much clearer display of the more important gauges, particularly the flight director. Uses only default gauges. Designed for 1024x768. By Chris Moxon. 566K
FS2000 Beech King Air IFR Panel. A detailed modification of the default King Air panel for use in IFR conditions. All important gauges on one large panel. Uses only default gauges. Designed for 1024x768. By Chris Moxon. 315K

FS2000 Panel for Cessna Skylane 182 rg, IFR version for fs2000 standard edition. Uses only fs2k default gauges. Base fs98 bmp file by Wagner B. Beskow Adaptation for fs2000: Marco Spada - PVI Roma. 140K

Digitized B-33 Beech Debonair-with cowling views and interior views With the advent of Ms2000 and Fly, flight simulation has reached new heights of reality in simulation. However, having flown my own airplane for the last 6 years I always have found myself frustrated with flying something that resembles my plane-but that isn't. When I found that it was fairly easy to import actual photos of my plane from flight and convert them to views in Ms2000 I was really excited-this is my first attempt and I at least am well pleased-now I am actually flying my plane in a flight sim-something I did not think was possible. If you ever wanted to fly a Bonanza here is your chance! 1.7MB