12.07Mb (672 downloads)
Special thanks to Barnaby Britton for permission to use his really nice (and complete) flight engineer panel photo, many thanks also to the "747 classic" site for the fuel dump panel picture! Panel tested only in FSX + Acceleration with "Ready for Pushback (RFP) 747-200" and "Openskys" 747-200! Please take a look into the documentation folder to get more info!
Posted Jul 25, 2017 23:15 by Andiroto
1.21Mb (4048 downloads)
If you ever wanted to have something similar to the Garmin GPS in the cockpits of the A321, 737, 747 or CRJ700 then this addon is for you. What this addon does is add a touch screen gps right in the virtual cockpits of some of the default aircraft in FSX. This is good if you want to be able to view the GPS route in your 3D virtual cockpit without opening the 2D GPS panel and blocking part of your screen. This addon only supports aircraft with a multi function display. Airbus A321 Boeing 737-800 Boeing 747-400 Bombardier CRJ700 It replaces the useless navigation display with a fully working gps!
Posted Jul 19, 2017 19:27 by Mightylink
1.26Mb (579 downloads)
This is a matching 2D panel for the Grumman J2F Duck originally modelled and designed by Swingman. To use, change the name of the existing panel file in your aircraft folder to "panel.org" and then copy the unpacked 2D panel folder complete to you aircraft folder.
Required files:required file
Posted May 19, 2017 02:56 by Anthony Eades
0.06Mb (1095 downloads)
Adds stock style kneeboards to Project Airbus A318, A319, A320IAE, A320CFM, and A321 models, including accurate V-speeds, approach speeds, and flap placard speeds taken from Airbus literature for the different models.
Posted Feb 23, 2017 19:08 by Simon Kelly
3.32Mb (1874 downloads)
This file does not work in Windows 10. This is the G1000upFSX_v49 the new version of my G1000 upgrade. Users of the previous version only need to replace the previous G1000.cab folder by the new one. In this version the previous FD bars are replaced by a single one which is more realistic. There are also some changes in the AP information display. The Garmin G1000 for FSX is a high performance instrument panel for a simulator. However the PFD of the default version misses a lot of important features like the NAV/DME display, autopilot commands with vertical speed setting, autopilot information display, selected vertical speed display, flight director bar, a radio altitude display and a wind information display. Since version 48 and above the HSI is slightly modified: NAV1 and/or NAV2 needles are displayed in light blue color below the active HSI needle i.e. if NAV1 is selected in the HSI the NAV1 needle will show up in green (default) and NAV2 needle will be displayed in light blue below it. The RALT display does not show up when the aircraft is on ground. The ILS flags are now diplayed in the small Inset map. In the situation where the wind direction changed between 0 and 335 (anti-clockwise) the WIND heading was displaying negative degres, this has been corrected The MFD only misses the autopilot commands and the ILS flags in the GPS map. All these features are added in my Garmin G1000 upgrade for FSX v49. Two display bugs in the FSX default G1000 are also corrected. First a NAV and LOC confusion on the HSI rose when NAV2 is displayed. Second the clock that turns to the next minute at 30 seconds instead of 60 and turns to the next hour at 30 minutes instead of 60. By default in FSX the G1000 panel is available on the Cessna C172, the Beechcraft Baron B58 and the Mooney Bravo. Installation information is enclosed in the "G1000upFSX_v49_users_guide.pdf" file in this download. If you are not familiar to the G1000 panel it is strongly recommended to read the manuals located in the “Documentation” folder of this download. December 2016, by M. Ravez
Posted Dec 29, 2016 10:37 by M. Ravez
24.50Mb (1000 downloads)
Tested only with the package by Philippe Wallaert but should also work which are based on the original Concorde upload by LIBARDO GUZMAN! For a overview of the systems, please go to the zip preview and take a look in the info picture! Many thanks to LIBARDO GUZMAN for his great Concorde sim, Phillipe Wallaert for his package and the CG gauge i have used for my panel and a very special thanks to John Honniball for his really nice flight engineer station photo of the Concorde! Tested only in FSX + Acceleration!
Required files:required file
Posted Sep 30, 2016 19:25 by Andiroto
7.56Mb (4109 downloads)
There are a few A32x panels around however this one attempts to provide comprehensive functions according to the Airbus A320 Operations Manual. Features include all new gauges tailored to the A320, a full set of display panels, Overhead and main panels that closely reflect the actual flight deck, night lighting, and the latest version of my GPS to replace the default GPS 500. It is designed for a 1920X1080 monitor but will scale to other sizes although lettering may not be legible. PLEASE READ INSTRUCTIONS before deciding it does not work.
Posted Sep 22, 2016 21:59 by G. Munro
25.40Mb (4837 downloads)
A320, A321, a319 2d panel for FSX. Merged different panels to form one panel. Panel includes -TCAS on MFD -Terrain on MFD -Flight plan on MFD click ''Lower left or right'' -Added flight data gauge -changed colors on EICAS Display -Added Honeywell FMS -Check list gauge -Autoland gauge -Edited the GPWS ---------- Panel assembled with thanks to the creators and gauge designers. Chris Jeanne, Ken Wigginton, Francois Dore, Nick Pike, Project Airbus and others. Please read the Readme!
Posted Sep 20, 2016 18:46 by Jason Alexander
8.26Mb (536 downloads)
A 2D panel designed around default gauges and using a previously approved for modification bitmap by Roger Lowrey for CFS1 back in 2003. It is intend as a source panel for updating old Lancasters that may suffer from unusable/nonworking gauges but otherwise work perfectly in FSX. The panel is freeware and can be uploaded to any web site without further approval provided no money is charged for the outcome. As is usual, you use this product at your own risk. Panel by Ross McLennan
Posted Aug 11, 2016 06:18 by Ross McLennan