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Boeing 767-200 Qantas
1.98Mb (2060 downloads)
Qantas Boeing 767-238ER "City of Wollongong". Model by Project Opensky. Textures thanks to Jacob Kubique
Posted Apr 16, 2012 05:17 by chrisE
 
Boeing 737-500 Aereolineas Argentinas 2010 Textures
3.94Mb (697 downloads)
Boeing 737-500 Aereolineas Argentinas 2010 textures only for the Vistaliners Boeing 737-500.
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Posted Apr 14, 2012 15:52 by LUIS CASTRO
 
Airbus A319-131 British Airways Olympics 2012 Dove
17.42Mb (2343 downloads)
Project Airbus A319-131 British Airways - This is British Airways Airbus A319-131 in the Special The Dove-cs (Olympic 2012) with semi photoreal parts (doors, windows, signs) in 32bit format, dirt version
Posted Apr 13, 2012 06:18 by Mathieu Vos
 
Fs2004 Boeing 727-200 King Friday's Purple Jet Textures
0.51Mb (455 downloads)
In honor of Fred Rodgers and the generations of children who grew up with his show "Mr Rodgers Neighborhood", comes these textures for the Flight FX 727-200 in the livery of the "Purple Jet" belonging to His Royal Highness, King Friday XIII of the neighborhood of Make Believe. Repaint done by Don Brynelsen using the paintkit by Ron Menser.
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Posted Apr 12, 2012 14:01 by Don Brynelsen
 
AeroMexico Boeing 767-284/ER SKYTEAM (XA-JBC)
AeroMexico Boeing 767-284/ER SKYTEAM (XA-JBC)
13.51Mb (2688 downloads)
Everyone seems to be quick with the brush out there these days, but it would appear that AeroMexico's SKYTEAM B762 may have been overlooked (in the Project Opensky B762 V4 model). So, I finally got my chance to repaint a AeroMexico aircraft, albeit in the somewhat muted SKYTEAM livery. This is one of AeroMexico's 6 remaining B762's, to be replaced eventually with the B787. This repaint has custom engine textures, front to back. I wanted to accentuate the chrome finish in the cowl intakes as well as the polish on the exhaust housing. This is a complete install. This package contains all Project Opensky provided files current to Version 2004.8.0. The sound and panel is from the default B777. Please select Zip file preview to view screenshots included with this package. Repaint by Jeffrey S. Bryner.
Posted Apr 8, 2012 11:57 by Jeffrey S. Bryner
 
FS2004 Cessna Citation 500 "N501GR" Textures
FS2004 Cessna Citation 500 "N501GR" Textures
22.28Mb (1040 downloads)
This is an Cessna Citation 500. Registration : N501GR, Repaint by: Mathieu Vos (APSS), Model by : Alejandro Rojas Lucena.
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Posted Apr 7, 2012 14:38 by Mathieu Vos (APSS)
 
Key West Air Boeing 727b Textures
0.47Mb (280 downloads)
Escape the drab everyday existence and fly to the Florida Keys on Key West! These textures for use with the 727-222 by Flight FX. Repaint by Don Brynelsen using the paintkit by Ron Menser
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Posted Apr 6, 2012 15:38 by Don Brynelsen
 
Air Canada Boeing 727-200 Textures
Air Canada Boeing 727-200 Textures
0.53Mb (522 downloads)
New textures for use with the 727 by Flight FX in the livery of Air Canada. Repaint by Don Brynelsen using the paintkit by Ron Menser
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Posted Apr 6, 2012 15:35 by Don Brynelsen
 
Japan Airlines Boeing 787-8
3.66Mb (1209 downloads)
FS2004 Japan Airlines Boeing 787-8 V4, This CamSim Version 4 feature an improve aircraft's wing root design, new wider pax doors with revised window shapes, additional animated air ducts, additional comm. and satellites' antenna, increasingly more Animated Ground Servicing (AGS), including additional animations featuring trucks hooking and unhooking trailers and static displays. Model design and paint by Camil Valiquette.
Posted Apr 6, 2012 08:13 by Camil Valiquette
 
Tiara Air Aruba Boeing 737-322 P4-TIE Textures
Tiara Air Aruba Boeing 737-322 P4-TIE Textures
1.19Mb (600 downloads)
Boeing 737-322, (cn 24249), registration P4-TIE, in the colors of Tiara Air Aruba. Reworked textures only for the Vistaliners Boeing 737-300 model, with some details added. By Juan Ernesto Oropeza.
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Posted Apr 3, 2012 21:01 by Juan Ernesto Oropeza