0.42Mb (2414 downloads)
FSX Embraer 190-LR engine smoke effect for the Premier Aircraft Design freeware 'Virgin Blue' livery Embraer 190-LR, "1e190virx.zip" available at Simviation on FSX Civil Jets page 42, which you must have previously installed in FSX. Also works on all other P.A.D. FSX Embraer 190-LR aircraft when flown in FSX. Easy installation. By Tom Tiedman
Posted Jul 7, 2010 21:47 by Tom Tiedman
1.75Mb (1533 downloads)
FSX Gates Learjet 23 real world repaint textures only for the Henry Tomkiewicz AI Lear 23 "made flyable in FSX package" compiled by Tom Tiedman. Requires the previous installation of "FSX_Learjet_23.zip", available at Simviation. Depicts real world N88B, a beautiful Lear 23 on static display in the aircraft museum at Davis-Monthan Airforce Base (KDMA) in Tucson, Arizona. Static display?! That just won't do! So we're busting her out! Easy installation. By Tom Tiedman.
Posted Jul 7, 2010 04:18 by Tom Tiedman
36.31Mb (7929 downloads)
Boeing Experimental 777-300ER House livery Package. Updated with FSX VC using Danny Garnier's 777 VC and Posky 777 VC model added. Model by Project Opensky team. Textures by Abdullah Rahman. Adapted for FSX by Chris Evans.
Posted Jul 5, 2010 11:11 by chris evans
32.41Mb (20182 downloads)
Boeing 777-300ER American Airlines Package. Updated with FSX VC using Danny Garnier's 777 VC and Posky 777 VC model added. Model by Project Opensky team. Textures by Xudeva Irribarra. Adapted for FSX by Chris Evans.
Posted Jul 5, 2010 10:59 by Chris Evans
9.75Mb (6004 downloads)
FSX AI Gates Learjet 23 by Henry Tomkiewicz, made flyable in FSX with pre-installed default FSX Lear 45 panel, gauges, and sound, thumbnail pics for your airplane menu, and an FSX compatible engine smoke system. This 2-pack includes the Tomkiewicz white base model and a Tiedman blue and white N6599T repaint model, both flyable in FSX. Packaged, painted, and smoked by Tom Tiedman.
Posted Jul 3, 2010 05:22 by Tom Tiedman
17.00Mb (741 downloads)
Two Gemini Worldwide Airways (www.geminiairways.com) textures for the default 737-800. The first is based upon the old liveries and should be what the new planes will actually look like. The second is completely fictional, celebrating the relaunch of the airline.
Posted Jul 2, 2010 14:23 by Miller
6.53Mb (3610 downloads)
It's no secret to most airline geeks that yes, Southwest did fly something other than the 737. The thing most people don't know is that originally, Southwest never even thought of flying either 727 or 737. Originally, Southwest was supposed to receive Lockheed Electras from American Airlines, but legal trouble allowed the 727 and 737 to become part of Southwest's fleet.
Posted Jul 2, 2010 08:41 by Brody C Carlson