2.41Mb (787 downloads)
FS2004 Aerosim Saab 340G-LGNN Loganair (Flybe Colours) Requires the payware Aerosim Propliners to use this texture. Repaint by Dean Brooks and Richie Turnbull.
Posted Apr 1, 2010 18:23 by Dean Brooks and Richie Turnbul
1.84Mb (261 downloads)
FS9 (FSX compatible) McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 "Aeronautica Militare Italiana" AMI (original livery) ver. 1.1, revised textures for the payware Sky Simulations DC9, this archive replaces the previous dc9_ami_ol_10.zip
Posted Mar 29, 2010 18:18 by Stefano Meneghini
2.78Mb (487 downloads)
Grumman S2-E Tracker c/n 149878, registration ARV-103, as a part of the Antisubmarine Squad, (Escuadrilla Antisubmarina), Escuadron Aeronaval of the Marina de Venezuela, This aircraft had a long service with this unity, being retired in the 90's. Textures only for the payware Perfect Flight Grumman S2-A/E Tracker (payware package), by Massimo Taccoli and Stefano Caputo, By Gustavo La Cruz and Juan Ernesto Oropeza.
Posted Mar 25, 2010 12:28 by Juan Ernesto Oropeza
6.21Mb (503 downloads)
"Tongass Remote Airfield"v2 (RATR) Alaskan bush flying scenery (Fictitious) This airstrip is for Flight Simulator 2004 and for the payware "Tongass Fjords" (FS9) addon by Holger Sandmann & Bill Womack; you must have "Tongass Fjords" (FS9) for this to work. Version 2 is a detailed, stand alone, remake of the first version, see PDF file. Field history and description: In the early days this area was well known to prospectors and hunters. A small mine was established and later abandoned. Around the late 40s a crew was contracted to clear a small landing area to gain easier access for hunters and campers. Due to the extreme remoteness of this area that clearing took several years. The last phase was the approach, clearing by hand a descending glide slope through just the tops of the tall trees. There is now just enough room for a very experienced pilot to get in and out of this field. The airfield is 26 miles north of Petersburg Alaska (PAPG). This is a tricky narrow approach with a left hand dogleg and then an immediate right hand dogleg turn just before the final approach. Not much time to set up your approach; also, it's a very short runway. For experienced pilots only, and make sure that your life insurance is up to date. Good luck. By Jay Langham
Posted Mar 19, 2010 10:47 by Jay Langham
6.71Mb (1952 downloads)
Demo: EUROFIGHTER FS2004 - RAF United Kingdom 11.Sqn
Posted Mar 19, 2010 06:40 by Andreas Meyer