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This is Peter Brun/Lider Designs Gulfstream 100 Modified for Flight Simulator X. This business jet the smallest of the Gulfstreams This G1 sports a Red and Gold paint scheme Updates by Mark Rooks of RSDG Aircraft
Posted Nov 15, 2008 06:49 by Mark Rooks
8.13Mb (10492 downloads)
FSX Pacific Sun Airways Boeing 737-200 Advanced Paint by Alexander Ho. Model: TinMouse Version II Pacific Sun Airways started flying the virtual skys with its first Boeing 727-200 for FS95 in 1997. The airline was purchased by Celtic World Airlines in 2000, and continues to serve as a Celtic World group airline. There have been several start ups using the Pacific Sun name, but we are the original!
Posted Nov 13, 2008 07:21 by Alexander Ho
17.19Mb (12917 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-200ER RR in Star Alliance livery, registration 9V-SRE. Model by Project Open Sky. Repaint by Pablo Romero.
Posted Nov 12, 2008 04:09 by Pablo Romero
6.63Mb (9570 downloads)
Project Airbus A319. Visual model by Andy Warden and Derek Mayer. Base textures by Demetris Themistocleous and Alessandro Savarese.Flight model & Sounds by Peter Binamira. Repaint by André Schäfers.
Posted Nov 12, 2008 04:07 by André Schäfers
2.97Mb (2242 downloads)
Textures only of the Premier Aircraft Design's CL604 Challenger. Advanced and Simple install methods included. For the advanced install, any PAD cl604 will work. For the simple install you will need the "N832SC" cl604 from PAD (above).
Required files:required file
Posted Nov 11, 2008 13:30 by Shane Griffith
7.35Mb (14193 downloads)
FSX Bombardier Challenger 604. 5-19 seat medium range VIP Transport. Full package for FSX, aircraft, panel, virtual cockpit, fully modelled VIP interior, sounds & check lists & specs. Acceleration/SP2 compatible. By Jean-Pierre Brisard, Barry Blaisdell, Bob May, Kevin Pardy and Danny Crance - Premier Aircraft Design. N832SC textures by Shane Griffith
Posted Nov 9, 2008 20:37 by firstname.lastname@example.org
9.47Mb (1172 downloads)
This is a special repaint regarding my favorite TWC meterologist. Marshall Seese worked for 20 years on The Weather Channel, then retired as of Nov. 6th, 2008. This texture is dedicated to Marshall Seese and all other meterologists who worked with Marshall. By Victor Vu.
Posted Nov 8, 2008 01:04 by Victor Vu