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This is an update for FSX of Volume 2 of Doherty's Difficult & Dangerous Approaches. Contains a series of dangerous approaches. The pictures in the Bhojpur Pics folder are there to show you why the airport had a star for difficulty in FS9. In FSX, Bhojpur is probably close to how it looks in the real world. Any aircraft needing it, I changed to ones that are default in FSX. I also changed a few other things to my preferences. Like the outside view to locked spot. All flights start on pause, as that is how I changed things and left the aircraft starting position almost exactly where the original flights began.
Posted Nov 24, 2010 10:02 by Bob Chicilo
0.27Mb (1167 downloads)
This is an update for FSX of Volume one of Doherty's Difficult & Dangerous Approaches. Contains a series of dangerous approaches. I changed most of the aircraft to ones that are default in FSX. I also changed a few other things to my preferences. Like the outside view to locked spot. All but the first flight start on pause, as that is how I changed things and left the aircraft starting position almost exactly where the original flights began. I don't have permission for this update because I could not contact Mr. Doherty. For that reason, and other reasons, this may be the only update that I do for his flights.
Posted Nov 20, 2010 13:52 by Bob Chicilo
0.35Mb (2591 downloads)
This is a custom texture for the Bruce Fitzgerald's F/A-37 Stealth Talon. The original aircraft is not included. You can find it here on Simviation.com
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Posted Oct 12, 2010 01:32 by Albert P. Wydeen
16.43Mb (44453 downloads)
=== External tank and boosters removed from this version ===. Re-worked model and textures . New flight dynamics optimized for SP2/Acceleration to restore sub-orbital performance. Achieve Mach 4.65 and climb to just under 700,000 ft under your own power at max realism. Very stable re-entry dynamics with Shuttle like landing characteristics. DVC added with a camera view for bay window , custom gauge controlled effects, bay doors, robot arm and payload, elevons, spoiler/rudder, body flap and gear w/ nosewheel steering - compiled with the FSXA SDK. For FSX Only by Bruce Fitzgerald .
Posted Oct 8, 2010 11:16 by Bruce Fitzgerald
5.61Mb (2082 downloads)
FSX FCB9o8 is an easy to fly aircraft. The exclusively controls that are needed are the four arrow keys on the keyboard. This airplane is highly automated. It can complete a whole trip without pilot intervention. The Autoland is capable of landing the aircraft on any runway in both good and bad weather. In Space-Shuttle mode, it can achieve 100,000,000 feet and 123,000 knots. Version 1.3a created by Hoa Nguyen.
Posted Oct 3, 2010 11:28 by Nicholas Angel
8.59Mb (12989 downloads)
FSX FCB9o9 is a technologically advanced spaceplane that can complete a trip half way around the world in one hour on autopilot. It has custom gauges and the custom autopilot can navigate vertically, horizontally and land the plane on any runway. A detailed model with all lights and special effects on the model. Both 2D and 3D cockpits are available. 3D cockpit has a 3D world map gauge. By Hoa Nguyen.
Posted Oct 3, 2010 11:24 by Hoa Nguyen.
11.79Mb (2931 downloads)
FSX American Iowa Class Battleship. This is an update for the first release of the Iowa class battleships by gary shetter.Includes reworked camera views and a few new effects. By Gart Shetter. Late 1940's Iowa class battleships. All are represented including the two that never made it into service. By Gary D. Shetter III
Posted Sep 18, 2010 12:25 by Gary D. Shetter
11.03Mb (12804 downloads)
FSX Space Explorer. This aircraft is a true VTOL, thanks to Rob Barendregt, LNAV and VNAV in outer space, thanks to Hoa Nguyen, VNAV and low visibility bush landing, thanks to Glen Copeland. Eugene Heyart's Chronos, for its Explorers vocation and futuristic design, is the vector. This plane will fly up to 100 million feet altitude, and 123 thousand knots in speed while retaining a bush landing speed of 90 knots and a top speed of Mach 4.6 at 95000 feet. By Philippe Pauvert.
Posted Sep 15, 2010 07:42 by Philippe Pauvert