76.53Mb (5273 downloads)
Dassault/Dornier Alphajet-E FSX native for FSX / P3Dv 1-4+ Dassault/Dornier Alphajet-E By AlphaBleuCiel converted to FSX native format with kindly permission by JP Bourgeois (Bee Gee) The package includes the native FSX model converted by Bluebear, with 34 liveries (incl Patrouille de France Flyboys set), Panel textures by Ed Wells. 2D panel and a working 3D virtual cockpit with XML gauges by Philippe Wallaert and Bluebear. Airshow smoke system and HUD.FPDA Boeing Callouts sound by Jimmy Foong, Sound gauge by Doug Dawson. have fun July 2018 Bluebear
Posted Jul 16, 2018 05:28 by Bluebear
23.02Mb (839 downloads)
The X-3 was a prototype developped by Douglas in the fifties to beat the sound barrier what it never does because it was underpowered. Credit: Kazunori Ito for the original model E.J. Wells for his texture enhancements Erwin Welker for the 2D panel yoke Michael Pook for panel configuration, vc light and smoke and burner effects. Panels and gauges for wide and standard screen, VC modifications by Philippe Wallaert. See instructions in the readme.txt file.
Posted Jul 2, 2018 05:40 by philippe Wallaert
6.76Mb (1651 downloads)
The MIG-31 Firefox is a fictionnal aircraft visible in the Clint Eastwood's movie. Original design by Owen Smoot. Panels for wide and standard screen (no VC) by Philippe Wallaert. See instructions in the readme.txt file.
Posted Jul 2, 2018 02:04 by philippe Wallaert
65.86Mb (4824 downloads)
FSX/P3D Boeing KC767 (KC46) USAF package. The Boeing KC-767 is a military aerial refueling and strategic transport aircraft developed from the Boeing 767-200ER. Package includes Boeing 767 2d panel as well as the advanced 737-800 VC added. Includes utility for ground services, cargo, stairs, etc (FSX find it under - Views/P3D Vehicle - Instrument panel - - Posky Utility) The great native FSX Boeing KC767 from Project Opensky/Skyspirit will be enjoyed by many more people who do not know how to install a VC, views, exits, Utilities etc into a FSX native model. The layout fof the 767 cockpit is not a million miles away from the advanced 737-800. Added the Philippe Wallaert Boeing 767 2d panel plus Alejandro Rojas Lucena/FSND fantastic revised Boeing 737-800 VC model. Added HUD. This VC model includes Working wipers (right mouse click on switch) with rain effect. Switches for LCD Screens, EICAS, PFD, MFT. Autobrake switch. Opening pilots window. Cabin Lights switch. Realistic FMC. Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS), More Realistic night VC textures. There are custom Boeing sounds included for that extra realism. Jetways also edited (Ctrl j). Exits, wheel levels and views corrected for FSX/P3d. I have added the high quality textures by Stephen Groom and added 767 sounds for more realism. Fixed viewpoints and jetways. See VC docs to get the best out of the VC and FMC. Packaged for P3D/FSX by Chris Evans.
Posted Jun 21, 2018 11:03 by chris evans
5.55Mb (844 downloads)
Textures only for the IRIS Tornado GR4 package. Something similar is available from another offering but it just didn't do justice to the depicted plane as that model had glaring imperfections that made it look 'unfinished'. I have however spent much time to ensure that I give you the best possible texture set for the aircraft in question, I had to improvise much here and there to make things work as far as the camouflage pattern is concerned, and I trust that you'll enjoy it as much as I do. Also compatible with P3d up to V3 (Not v4)
Required files:required file
Posted Jun 17, 2018 00:02 by Andre Ludick
44.14Mb (977 downloads)
This is an updated version of the original package offered by J.E.Narcizo, which now includes improvements made to the original texture set and an extra 3 brand new texture sets, which was requested by a close simming buddy. One texture set (129650) has ALHPA-channelling to give one a polished metal effect. You may wish to rather use these textures sets with the latter improvement to the package by either Messrs. Scrub or was it Welker…can’t remember, I can start blaming age for that. A WORD OF WARNING THOUGH: You’ll not be able to use texture set 129650 with the latter offering as it has problems rendering textures that are ALPHA-channelled – Why? I don’t know.
Posted Jun 16, 2018 12:55 by Andre Ludick
185.01Mb (1782 downloads)
FSX/P3D Convair Model 7002 XF-92A by Milton Shupe, Rick Mackintosh, Brian Alexson, Scott Thomas, Hans-Joerg Naegele, Jan Rosenberg, Nigel Richards, Pilot Figure by Jan Visser, and Tire textures by Mike Kelly. The Convair model 7002 or (P-92), a delta winged turbojet airplane, better known as the XF-92A, was the first in a long line of American Delta Winged Aircraft. The XF-92A was a single seat, jet propelled research fighter-type land plane. Characterized by a 60º delta wing and a large vertical tail, the wing planform of the XF-92A was an equilateral triangle with a span of 31’4”. With no separate horizontal tail surfaces, the elevons (combined elevator/aileron) provided the pitch and roll control for the aircraft. The authors of this package honors that development and testing that propelled the advancement of the delta wing concepts and use. IMPORTANT NOTES: Your Sim's Realism settings must be set to at least Medium for this product to work. XML TOOLS must be installed to get full benefits of "G" and AoA effects. See the DOCS folder for simple installation based on your Sim.
Posted Jun 4, 2018 22:47 by Milton Shupe
14.81Mb (3879 downloads)
FSX B-2A Stealth Bomber. The B-2A Stealth Bomber is the most sophisticated aircraft on the planet. She is essentially a 'Flying Wing' platform with no V-Tail, and is controlled by pre-programed flight computers stationed in various positions within the crew cabin and wings. There is one main computer that controls the aircraft, with two redundant back-up computers assigned to it in case of failure. All additional computers are assigned to functions involving flight control, system monitoring, data communications, and radar. Engine and aerodynamic effects are controlled by these computers which serve several actuators and ailerons, including the spoilerons, which further compensate for the lack of a V-Tail. In theory, and because of these computers, the aircraft is “Stall-Proof”. The only way it can stall is if the computers fail. There is no way she can be flown without the computers active. The REAL aircraft does almost everything based on pre-programed data, other than taxi to the runway (although this is also possible to program). Before each flight, the Mission is designed and then assigned to the Mission Flight Box (Portable Computer) which is then carried by the Commander to the aircraft, and the data from the box is “transferred” to the main on-board computers. Because of this, the B-2 cannot be flown until the box is ready for the mission, and pilots cannot simply jump in and fly her, with the exception that the data is transferred via satellite. Original aircraft design by Alphasim; VC Adaptation, panels and gauges by Philippe Wallaert. Sound by Ruggero Osto. Real world engine/aerodynamics, data and effects by Douglas E. Trapp. Also compatible with P3D up to v3.* but NOT P3Dv4
Posted Jun 4, 2018 06:21 by uploader
80.41Mb (2905 downloads)
FSX/P3D>v4 Royal Canadian Air Force Lockheed CP-140 Aurora. The Lockheed CP-140 Aurora is a maritime patrol aircraft operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force. The aircraft is based on the Lockheed P-3 Orion, but uses the electronics of the Lockheed S-3 Viking. "Aurora" refers to the Roman goddess of dawn who flies across the sky each morning ahead of the sun and also refers to the Aurora Borealis, the "northern lights", that are prominent over northern Canada and the Arctic Ocean. The CP-140A Arcturus was a related variant used primarily for pilot training and coastal surface patrol missions. Comprehensive and detailed FSX native model by Team KBT. HD textures by Adrian Brausch. Fantastic model by Team KBT/Hiroaki Kubota. Assembled and tested in P3Dv4 by Chris Evans using available files. Should also be fine in FSX and earlier P3D versions. Zip preview for images
Posted May 18, 2018 07:42 by chris evans
7.24Mb (935 downloads)
The B58 was the first supersonic bomber introduced in the U.S Air Force in the late sixties. Original model by J.R Lucariny. VC and improvements by Michael Pook. Panel for wide screen and gauges by Philippe Wallaert. See instructions in the readme.txt file.
Posted May 9, 2018 05:19 by Philippe Wallaert