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A repaint of the FS2000 aircraft by David Maltby in the scheme of a restored Shamrock Airways aircraft based at the (fictional) Rosewood air Museum. This is an old model and will only work in FS20002/2004.
Posted Apr 18, 2009 16:34 by Don Brynelsen
40.00Mb (18776 downloads)
This is the UKFlightsim Airbus A300B4-600ST Beluga for FS2004. This package contains 1 model and 3 Texture Sets. 2d panel included but no VC. Created by Jonathan Reeves, Tom Ruth, Dave Hazelgrove and Emil Serafino Jr.
Posted Apr 15, 2009 17:09 by Jon Reeves
6.01Mb (3422 downloads)
I am proud to present this iFDG A321-211, registration 6Y-JMD, of Air Jamaica. This aircraft is unique because of its "hybrid" Air Jamaica color scheme. To my knowledge, there is none other like it in the Air Jamaica fleet. It's a bit of an anamoly unto itself. It looks well worn and its fueslage paint is not all white. It has blocks of off-white and the nose is also off-white in color. I have tried to represent those details in this repaint. This aircraft flies regular routes to KJFK, KMCO, KFLL and KORD from Jamaica. All windows are hand-painted, 3D with window shades. The night windows textures are custom as well. The repainted textures in this package are 32-bit with no mipmaps for best clarity and quality. I want to thank EJ Davis for his patience on this repaint. He requested it 1 year ago and patiently waited for me to get it done. This is a complete install and is current to iFDG A321 Service Pack 1.4. The panel and sound are from the default 747-400. Check the README file for panel and sounds suggestions.
Posted Apr 14, 2009 22:57 by Jeffrey S. Bryner
8.76Mb (3350 downloads)
I am proud to present this Project Airbus A319-112, registration 6Y-JAD, of Air Jamaica in their hybrid livery. This is the sole A319 in Air Jamaica's fleet and one of two aircraft in the fleet with this livery. Given that effective January 2009 Air Jamaica decided on a fleet reduction program, it stands that this aircraft may not be flying for Air Jamaica much longer. Anyway, this CFM powered A319 shows up regularly at KMIA and KFLL. With this as all of my repaints, I paid attention to detail and realism as much as possible. The textures in this repaint are 32-bit. I hope you enjoy flying this as much as I enjoyed painting it. I would like to dedicate this repaint to Air Jamaica Virtual airline. This is a complete install and includes the Project Airbus A19 CFM model and air files. Uses default 737-400 panel and sounds. Check the README file for Airbus panel and sounds suggestions.
Posted Apr 14, 2009 22:53 by Jeffrey S. Bryner
13.48Mb (5607 downloads)
was contacted some time back by some Canadian simmers looking for a rendition of an Air Canada Boeing 767-200 in the "Maple Leaf" 2 red cheat line livery of the early 1990's. I had been wanting a reason to repaint the Project Opensky Boeing 767 V4 model, so this was my chance. Sadly, Air Canada retired the last 767-200 from service in 2008. This particular airframe, the 5th 767 delivered to Air Canada, was retired around 2002. This is a detailed repaint with custom textures. All windows are custom, hand-painted, 3D with window shades. The night textures are custom as well. The stewardess is a former Miss Canada, the interior exit signs are in French (SORTIE) and the pushback tug even bears the old Air Canada logos. The repainted textures in this package are 32-bit with no mipmaps for best clarity and quality. I hope you enjoy flying this wonderful aircraft as much as I did creating it. A special thanks to Lorne Jordan who suggested this repaint and supported me on getting it 'just right.' This is a complete install and contains all Project Opensky provided files current to Version 2004.8.0. The sound is from the default B737.
Posted Apr 14, 2009 22:48 by Jeffrey S. Bryner
1.48Mb (1187 downloads)
Vistaliners Boeing 727 Santa Barbara Airlines YV-1056C (Circa 2003) textures only for the Erick Cantu Vistaliners Boeing 727-200 model. Textures by Gaetano Tortolani and Luis Fernando Quimbayo
Required files:required file
Posted Apr 12, 2009 21:55 by Luis Fernando Quimbayo