2.02Mb (6185 downloads)
Textures only for the default FSX Bombardier CRJ 700 in Air Nostrum. Air Nostrum, Líneas Aéreas del Mediterráneo, S.A., also known as Iberia Regional, is a regional airline based in Valencia, Spain.
Posted Feb 19, 2009 09:22 by Luis Lopez
13.71Mb (20183 downloads)
This paint is for the Project Opensky 737-800WL model (included). The paint is based on the Boeing 737 'EI-DLV'. I also added the Virtual Cockpit from the default 737 from Microsoft. This model is only working with FSX. Easy one click install! Model by: Hiroshi Igami, Giles Hacon, Felipe Falanghe. Paint by: Misha Grift.
Posted Feb 18, 2009 10:46 by Misha Grift
1.30Mb (2521 downloads)
This is another repaint for the FSX AI Default MD-83. This is a fictional repaint because no MD-83 was in service for Air Canada, although part of the DC-9 Family. The DC-9 was in service until 2002. A repaint is portrayed to see if an MD-83 was in service today. Splash screen included. This repaint requires the MD-83 Flyable pack by Braden Peters. By Victor Vu.
Required files:required file
Posted Feb 17, 2009 23:14 by Victor Vu
6.12Mb (2414 downloads)
This is another repaint for the FSX Default CRJ-700. Air Canada does not have CRJ-700s in service, though a small amount of CRJ-100s or CRJ-200s were in service. A fictional repaint is shown if there is CRJs in service. Splash screen included. By Victor Vu.
Posted Feb 17, 2009 23:13 by Victor Vu
5.91Mb (3876 downloads)
This is another repaint for the FSX Default A321. The A321 in the Air Canada fleet contains 10 A321s in service, with 174 passengers on this aircraft. Splash Screen Included. By Victor Vu.
Posted Feb 17, 2009 23:11 by Victor Vu
5.41Mb (3865 downloads)
This is another repaint for the FSX Default 747. The last Air Canada 747 was retired in 2004 and was replaced by Airbus A340s. The A340s retires three to four years later and were replaced by the Boeing 777-300ER fleet. This aircraft was repainted in memory of the 747-400 fleet for Air Canada. Splash Screen Included. By Victor Vu.
Posted Feb 17, 2009 23:05 by Victor Vu