3.81Mb (165 downloads)
FS9/FSX Virtavia F-111 Aardvark in Royal Australian Air Force livery. Textures only for ex-payware Virtavia model for FSX. Repaint by Sergey Gleba. Link to my products on SimMarket: http://secure.simmarket.com/paintsim.mhtml
Posted Aug 17, 2019 12:32 by Sergey Gleba aka serg09
107.45Mb (1071 downloads)
FSX/FS2004/ P3D3 (Not V4) The Buccaneer was originally designed in response to the Soviet Union's Sverdlov-class cruiser construction programme. Instead of building a new fleet of its own, the Royal Navy could use the Buccaneer to attack these ships by approaching at low altitudes below the ship's radar horizon. The Buccaneer could attack using a nuclear bomb, or conventional weapons. It was later intended to carry short-range anti-shipping missiles to improve its survivability against more modern ship-based anti-aircraft weapons. The Buccaneer entered Royal Naval service in 1962. The initial production aircraft suffered a series of accidents due to insufficient engine power, which was quickly addressed in the Buccaneer S.2, equipped with more powerful Rolls-Royce Spey jet engines. The Buccaneer was also offered as an entrant into a new Royal Air Force (RAF) contest for a new attack aircraft. It was initially rejected in favour of the much more advanced supersonic BAC TSR-2, but the cost of the TSR-2 programme led to its cancellation, only to be followed by the cancellation of its selected replacement, the General Dynamics F-111K. The Buccaneer was finally purchased by the RAF, entering service in 1969. The Royal Navy retired the last of its large aircraft carriers in 1978, moving their strike role to the British Aerospace Sea Harrier, and passing their Buccaneers to the RAF. After a crash in 1980 revealed metal fatigue problems, the RAF fleet was reduced to 60 aircraft, while the rest were scrapped. The ending of the Cold War led to a reduction in strength of the RAF, and the accelerated retirement of the remaining fleet, with the last Buccaneers in RAF service being retired in 1994; in favour of the Panavia Tornado. The South African Air Force (SAAF) also procured the type. Buccaneers saw combat action in the first Gulf War of 1991, and the South African Border War. This is the excellent FS2004 model of Alphasim to whom all merits go, adjusted to its operation in FSX up to P3Dv3. We thank all those who made complementary textures ... personally and made changes in burners, smoke system, gauges, textures of VC and multiple skins of Royal Navy and Royal Air Force. Presented in a package for you. Enjoyment.....
Posted Jun 3, 2019 16:23 by Rodolfo Valery
18.00Mb (1097 downloads)
This is an update for FSX/FS9 of the T-33A by Tim Conrad. This was one of the first aircraft I updated and I don't know why I have not yet updated it for FSX. I have added an autopilot gauge; changed the size of the GPS; added an autopilot icon and moved the GPS icon; the contact points have all been redone as well as the flight dynamics. I changed 3 gauges that did not work in FSX for ones that are default in both FSX and FS9. I fixed the holes that were in the 2D panel by the bottom of the rivets. The holes showed in FSX, I don't think they showed in FS9. This is the whole aircraft. There is a working VC.
Posted Apr 20, 2019 16:03 by Bob Chicilo
33.02Mb (1113 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Antonov An-112KC based on An-70 model. Project aerial refueling tanker with two engines GE-90s.FMC by Garett Smith, panel and gauges for wide screen only (no VC) by Philippe Wallaert including GPWS callout. Original design model by Tsyntsar Victor, Kyiv, Ukraine, 2019.
Posted Apr 14, 2019 09:35 by Tsyntsar Victor
124.82Mb (1866 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Antonov An-188 based on An-70 model, panel only 2D no VC. Project medium transport aircraft An-188 with cargo door and a ramp in the fuselage tail section, with four propfan engines. Almost all instrument equipment in the cockpit An-70 sample 1994 year. Author: Tsyntsar Victor, Kyiv, Ukraine, 2019.
Posted Mar 10, 2019 07:44 by Tsyntsar Victor
134.50Mb (2293 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Antonov An-70, panel only 2D, no VC. The Antonov An-70 is a four-engine medium-range transport aircraft, and the first aircraft to take flight powered only by propfan engines. It was developed in the late 1980s by the Antonov Design Bureau to replace the obsolete An-12 military transport aircraft. Almost all instrument equipment in the cockpit sample 1994 year. Author: Tsyntsar Victor, Kyiv, Ukraine, 2019.
Posted Mar 3, 2019 05:14 by Tsyntsar Victor