58.42Mb (3084 downloads)
This is an update to the Kazunori Ito FS2002/FS2004 North American F-86D Sabre Dog. Both the 2D and VC panels have FSX XML gauges. The Carl Poul Brager Royal Danish Air Force texture 6-pack and the Jaap de Baare Royal Netherlands Air Force F-86K texture are included. Smoke and afterburner effects have also been added. This package has both 2D and VC panels.
Posted Nov 8, 2013 02:54 by Michael E. Roberts
112.47Mb (16375 downloads)
FSX Boeing 787-8 Fictional Airforce Livery with VC for FSX Model by TDS/ Tenkuu Developers Studio with advanced 737-800 VC added. Includes utility for ground services, Passenger buses, cargo, stairs, refuelling etc (find it under - Views - Instrument panel - Util) The wonderful new Boeing 787-8 from TDS will be enjoyed by many more people who do not know how to install a VC into a FSX native model. So now the 787-8 has the nearest VC I can find -- the 737-800. The layout of the 787 cockpit is not a million miles away from the advanced 737-800. The VC is the Alejandro Rojas Lucena/FSND fantastic revised Boeing 737-800 VC model. 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. I have included the Military textures by B Minister. Model is not modified in any way. Just the VC added and aircraft.cfg edited to allow correct VC views. TDS wonderful native FSX Boeing 787-8 model. See VC docs to get the best out of the VC and FMC. Assembled and prepared for FSX by Chris Evans.
Posted Nov 6, 2013 12:24 by Chris Evans
52.97Mb (2926 downloads)
This is an update to the Kazunori Ito FS2002/FS2004 Lockheed F-94C Starfire. Both the 2D and VC panels have FSX XML gauges. Smoke and afterburner effects have also been added. This package has both 2D and VC panels.
Posted Nov 5, 2013 04:50 by Michael E. Roberts
17.26Mb (3320 downloads)
The Victor was the third of the V nuclear bombers constructed for the British RAF. It was very fast and was used until 1993 as an aerial refueller. Four different liveries. Original design by Alphasim, modifications, VC and 2D panels including GPWS callout by Philippe Wallaert. See instructions for installation and configuration in the readme.txt file. Credit: Alphasim for the excellent design. Enjoy!
Posted Oct 29, 2013 10:50 by Philipee Wallaert
10.30Mb (11585 downloads)
This standalone full package of a modified version of Alphasim's B-52G. It sports the BX tail code of Aeroworks Flight Center IV in Railroad Valley, Nevada. It is a special modified version based loosely on what would become the EB-52 Megafortress of the Dale Brown novels. It represents the pre-Megafortress modifications of a mostly stock B-52, and it's nose art is that of "Old Dog Zero". The package includes one scheme, a new digital autopilot and digital fuel management gauge and various other upgrades and changes. It uses only the advanced flight model. Base model by Alphasim. Updates and new gauges by Jason L. Terry
Posted Oct 26, 2013 05:22 by Jason L. Terry
31.26Mb (2837 downloads)
FSX / FS2004 Breguet 1001 Taon, full package with 5 aircraft, by Patrice Grange. The Breguet 1001 Taon was one of the competitors in 1953 for an European/NATO 'LWSF' (Light Weight Strike Fighter) role. The company was contracted to build three prototypes, the first aircraft flying on the 26 July 1957. The aircraft did set an international speed record for a 1,000 km (620 mi) closed circuit, it achieved a speed of 1,046.65 km/h (650.36 mph) at 7,620 m (25,000 ft) on 25 April 1958. On 23 July, the record was broken again with a speed of 1,075 km/h (667.98 mph). Despite these amazing performances, the Breguet 1001 Taon, like several other great aircraft during this period, never went beyond the stage of prototype... This package is complete and stand-alone. The models have full moving parts and animations (control surfaces, gears, spoilers, canopy, pilot ladder, etc.) and a complete virtual cockpit and a custom 2D panel.
Posted Oct 19, 2013 17:31 by Patrice Grange
24.64Mb (8672 downloads)
This standalone full package of a modified version of Alphasim's B-1B. It sports the BX tail code of Aeroworks Flight Center IV in Railroad Valley, Nevada. The package includes one scheme, a sound fix for lower volume, updated autopilot, differential brakes and various other upgrades and changes. It uses only the advanced flight model. Base model by Alphasim. Updates by Jason L. Terry
Posted Oct 18, 2013 02:17 by Jason L. Terry
62.30Mb (12706 downloads)
ALPHA Simulation C-130 Hercules originally designed for FS2004 has been reworked for FSX with new sounds, new VC only flight deck, multiple pop up windows, new air file, new flight dynamics, new air configuration, thumbnails, adjustable cargo and fuel weights, new gauges, exhaust effects, all textures converted to DDS format, new camera views, window icons placed within the VC. Textures Include: 314th Air Wing, USAF, USAF, 57th ARR, 47 Sqn. RAF, USCG, Blue Angels, US Navy, AC-130A Hercules Gunship.
Posted Oct 18, 2013 01:39 by David Robles
183.75Mb (47202 downloads)
FSX Acceleration Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II, version 2.30. The F35 Lightning II is a fifth-generation, single-seat, single-engine stealth multirole fighter that can perform close air support, tactical bombing, and air defense missions. The F-35 has three different models: the F-35A is a conventional takeoff and landing variant, the F-35B is a short take off and vertical-landing variant, and the F-35C is a carrier-based variant. Includes custom HUD by Jivko Rusev and Scott Printz, sound package by Serge Luzin, and conventional flight dynamics by Roberto Leonardo and full STOVL functionality by Rob Baredregt and Mario Motta. Package also contains detailed documentation. Designed by Dino Cattaneo (Previous version downloaded 16132 times)
Posted Oct 14, 2013 04:24 by dino cattaneo
4.38Mb (1808 downloads)
Default repaint (textures only) of the Acceleration F-18. This scheme is based upon the experimental finish devised by aviation artist Keith Ferris in the late 70's and designed to break up the outlines of an aircraft using different shades of grays in a hard edged splinter style. Several aircraft, usually Navy F-14's, F-4's and agressor F-5's took part in the trials, but the scheme has never largely been adopted. By Jason L. Terry
Posted Oct 12, 2013 23:41 by Jason L. Terry