0.23Mb (1997 downloads)
Inertial Navigation System for FS2004. Easy to use. Stores up to 99 waypoints. Waypoints are saved to a data file. Flight plans can be entered automatically. Displays position, heading, speed and times. Full instructions. By Julian Avisenis.
Posted May 24, 2010 04:32 by Julian Avisenis
0.03Mb (3137 downloads)
This is a reworked ECAMS for the default A321, however it can be used on any Airbus aircraft especially on the Project Airbus planes. Read the readme inside the folder. A must have for the average simmer.
Posted Mar 31, 2010 03:37 by Gary Galea
0.44Mb (1279 downloads)
FSX and FS 2004 stand alone XML timer with six functions (GMT, LT, FT, chrono + OAT, Voltage). Following upgrades : activation through key strokes (Not for 2004) and sound associated to flight time with the help of Doug Dawson's sound gauge (not included). Two background bitmaps available (w/ or w/o screws). All details in the readme.txt. By Pierre Fasseaux.
Posted Mar 19, 2010 09:46 by Pierre Fasseaux
0.17Mb (1999 downloads)
Now displaying DME2, wind, groundspeed and RadAlt data in the PFD of the Lear 45 or of any aircraft using that panel. Also some elements are better aligned and the gauge has modified brighting elements. FSX only ! By Pierre Fasseaux
Posted Nov 13, 2009 08:38 by Pierre Fasseaux
0.17Mb (1135 downloads)
For FS2004 and FS-X especialy designed for the panels of the AA-5 Tiger (v1 - already put in v2 version) or Piper 28 built before and in replacement of Century III models. By Pierre Fasseaux
Posted Nov 12, 2009 05:46 by Pierre Fasseaux
0.15Mb (2190 downloads)
FS2004 and FSX stand alone XML digital OAT indicators. Type 301 in °F or in °C and Type 307 in °F and °C. See readme.txt about installing and difference between FS9 and FSX models. By Pierre Fasseaux
Posted Aug 6, 2009 05:46 by Pierre Fasseaux
6.30Mb (1086 downloads)
Includes night fix. 2d panel a new gauge appears: the "differentiator" or " derivateur in french".... this device permits to calculate in manual mode or automatic the drifts provoked by wind and to execute an automatic correction of the heading plane.
Posted Jul 25, 2009 03:36 by andre coutant