57.55Mb (6455 downloads)
This is an update for FS2004/FSX of the Iris Mig-29 Fulcrum (Navy). I have updated the flight dynamics, added a 2D panel and changed or added gauges to the VC. I have fixed the VC_glass texture so it is clear instead of grey; and changed the smoke textures. This is the whole aircraft.
Posted Jun 11, 2011 13:24 by Bob Chicilo
51.76Mb (27762 downloads)
Boeing B52-D Bomber Adapted for FSX by Danny Garnier. Note this model was created with 2d panel with display only VC in one model. 2d panel is modified from Ken Mitchel's B-52 panel with FSX compatible gauges added. Only model 6 has a VC without working gauges. The VC model cannot be modified with gauges without the source file. So the VC model has no working gauges in the VC! This package contains 6 B52 models and 6 textures. Since it became operational in 1955, the B-52 has been the main long-range heavy bomber of the Strategic Air Command. It first flew on Apr. 15, 1952. Nearly 750 B-52s were built when production ended in Oct. 1963, of which 170 were -Ds. The -Ds were modified to carry conventional bombs and Quail decoy missiles. Original GMax model for FS2004 by Team KBT Updated for FSX by Danny Garnier
Posted Jun 10, 2011 11:02 by Garnier D
0.12Mb (1069 downloads)
Update requires the FSX adapted Iris Mig-29 package. This is an update of the Iris freeware Mig-29. I have only deleted all the paint sections that no longer have textures that go with them. This is for anyone who has the aircraft and did not already get rid of the paint sections that are no longer needed. You won't have all those models without textures getting in your way.
Posted Jun 8, 2011 10:52 by Bob Chicilo
42.75Mb (11817 downloads)
The EADS CASA C-295MP is a twin-turboprop maritime patrol aircraft manufactured by Airbus Military in Spain. The C-295 MP is a military multi-role aircraft with optimum characteristics for Maritime Patrol. It is equipped with a new generation mission system, with proven capability for anti-submarine and anti-surface (ASW/ ASuW) missions in the NATO environment. The C295 MPA includes Airbus Militarys fully integrated tactical system (FITS) for mission control, which integrates a wide range of sensors and provides an interface with the navigation and tactical communications systems. Full package for FSX/SP2 with custom sounds, custom panel with HUD and VC. By Jean-Pierre Brisard and Bob May - Premier Aircraft Design.
Posted Jun 7, 2011 18:18 by Bob May (PAD)
44.42Mb (12617 downloads)
The EADS CASA C-295 is a twin-turboprop tactical military transport aircraft manufactured by Airbus Military in Spain. The C-295 is a further development of the successful CASA CN-235 with a stretched fuselage, 50% more payload capability and new PW127G turboprop engines. The C-295 is in service with the Armed Forces of more than 10 countries. More than 80 C-295s have been ordered. As a tactical transport aircraft, the C-295 offers high manoeuvrability and excellent qualities for low-altitude flying. In addition, it has been widely tested in all kinds of aerial deployments: launching SAR rafts, emergency equipment, and parachutists. Full package for FSX/SP2 including custom sounds, custom panel with HUD and VC. By Jean-Pierre Brisard and Bob May - Premier Aircraft Design
Posted Jun 7, 2011 17:57 by Bob may (PAD)
13.03Mb (5457 downloads)
This is an update for FS9/FSX of the F-5A by Tim Conrad. I have updated the flight dynamics, changed the stores texture so the bombs show, added an autopilot, Nav/GPS switch and speed brake light to the 2D panel. The switch and light could not be applied to the VC because of the way it is made. I have also changed the afterburner effects. This is the whole aircraft.
Posted Jun 6, 2011 22:05 by Bob Chicilo
76.36Mb (10246 downloads)
This is the Iris Mig 29 package released as freeware (previously payware) and updated. Texture include, Iran, Iraq, and 2 soviet. Changed some gauges around added a few sound. This is the whole aircraft with the VC Fix. Special Thank to IRIS, Danny Garnier and Karol Chlebowski For a few gauges.
Posted Jun 6, 2011 06:54 by Robert Wahrenbrock