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FS2004 panel with views in 6 directions for the russian VTOL fighter Yakovlev Yak-38. A wingman view is included. Probably the gauges will work also in FS2002, but it is not tested. Panel by Erwin Welker.
Required files:required file
Posted Jun 28, 2011 05:04 by Erwin Welker
1.22Mb (199 downloads)
Astrocompass AK-53 Gauge for MSFS2004 An astrocompass is a navigational tool for determining the direction of north and thrue heading of the aircraft through the positions of various astronomical bodies.
Posted Jun 21, 2011 07:45 by Alexander Belov
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At the request of several users, I have edited the xml script for the Airport ID gauge to make the displayed text more easily read. Instead of a Green ICAO code and Red airport name and city, the text is now all Green. Also the icon has been changed to black and white so it blends with the other default icons. This is just a replacement cab file so no further editing to what you may have already installed is necessary however a previous installation of Airport_ID.zip is required. Please unzip to a temporary folder and follow the very simple installation instructions. Compiled for your flying enjoyment by David "Opa" Marshall.
Posted Feb 10, 2011 20:59 by David "Opa" Marshall
0.54Mb (1484 downloads)
Simplified E6B flight calculator gauge for MSFS2004 2011© Freeware, Alexander Belov E6B is a powerful calculator to solve most common VFR navigatio problems, i.e. solution of Time, Speed and Distance problem, fuel comsumption calculation etc.
Posted Feb 9, 2011 15:19 by Alexander Belov
0.39Mb (2653 downloads)
Do you ever wonder what airports you are flying over and do not wish to consult a Map or the GPS (if your aircraft has one)? This little gauge, which can be easily added to virtually any panel, will display the ICAO code, the Airport Name and the Airport's location as you pass nearby. The display can be fixed on a panel or can be installed as a pop-up window called by a panel icon. Complete instructions and sample setups using the default Cessna 172 are included. This gauge is designed to be used in the 2D cockpit environment has been tested in FS2004 but may work in FSX also. XML script by the late Roelof Kruijer - packaged by David "Opa" Marshall for your flying enjoyment. Please unzip to a temporary folder and follow the instructions which are in .Doc and .PDF formats.
See Update above
Posted Feb 2, 2011 13:55 by David "Opa" Marshall
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As a flight simmer myself, I have always been looking for a cheap or free software which I can use in my home cockpit for BOTH the Captain & Co-pilots instrument panels as well as the engine gauges. I was unsuccessful! So I made this, I have modified FS2004 so the Boeing 737's main instrument displays so they are fully resizable and un-dockable and can be added to any aircraft in FS2004, please note this is only for FS2004 and may not be used in FSX. I did make one for FSX, however my version of FSX does not work anymore.
Posted Dec 31, 2010 18:06 by Billy-Ray Palmer
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As a flight simmer myself, I have always been looking for a cheap or free software which I can use in my home cockpit for BOTH the Captain & Co-pilots PFD, MFD and EICAS screens. I was unsuccessful! So I made this, I have modified FS2004 so the Boeing 777's PFD's etc are fully moveable, resizable and un-dockable and can be added to any aircraft in FS2004, please note this is only for FS2004 and may not be used in FSX. I did make one for FSX, however my version of FSX does not work anymore.
Posted Dec 29, 2010 14:33 by Billy-Ray Palmer