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Pan American World Airways Dominicana, registration N919RW, a new Dc-9 in service with this airline. Textures only for the Jet City Aircraft Dc-9-32, (payware package). See at http://www.jetcityaircraft.com/ for detailed info. By Juan Ernesto Oropeza.
Posted Nov 20, 2009 00:21 by Juan Ernesto Oropeza
11.01Mb (1043 downloads)
Here is my repaint for the Captain Sim/Justflight C-130 Hercules. Dressed to represent a fictional (for now....) support vehicle to be used by StarChaser Industries Ltd, which started life as an experimental rocket test programme set up by Steve Bennett back in 1992. In 1996 the team successfully launched a 6 mtr (21 ft) rocket, Starchaser 2, which qualified as the largest private civilian rocket ever to be built and flown in Europe. Starchaser Industries was incorporated as a private limited company on 16th December 1998. The company transferred its manufacturing and rocket assembly arm to new premises in Hyde, Cheshire, United Kingdom in January 2001.
Posted Nov 17, 2009 16:56 by Gary J. Scott
2.43Mb (277 downloads)
4th NATO TigermeetAG 51 2006 textures only for the payware Lago Tornado. Maximilian Stanchly
Posted Nov 16, 2009 10:49 by Maximilian Stanchly
3.80Mb (154 downloads)
This is a repaint of the FS2004/FS2002 MAAM-SIM Passenger DC-3 in a specially commissioned livery for the 2009 DC-3 World Rally, organised by the team at DC-3 Airways VA. Visit www.dc3airways.com for information about this exciting event commencing November 14, 2009. Thereafter, you can keep this lovely lady as a souvenir of how well you flew! Requires a base install of the FS2004/2002 R4D-6/DC-3A package available from Mid-Atlantic Air Museum Simulations at www.maam.org. Can be used in FSX with the upgrade files available from the same site. This livery is also available for the default FS2004 DC-3 as wr9_fs9.zip. By Mark Beaumont, VP Fleet, DC-3 Airways.
Posted Nov 7, 2009 10:14 by Mark Beaumont
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Demo version with limitations and banners on model and cockpit. The Airbus A380 is a doubledecker, four-engined airliner manufactured by Airbus S.A.S. It first flew on April 27, 2005 from Toulouse, France. Commercial flights should begin in 2006 after 15 months of testing. During much of ist development, the aircraft was known as the Airbus A3XX. The A380 is now the largest passenger airliner, topping the Boeing 747, which was the largest for 35 years. However, the Antonov An-225 retains the record of being the world's largest commercial aircraft. The media has termed the A380 a "superjumbo", with some comparing it to Howard Hughes's Spruce Goose. The first A380 prototype was unveiled during a ceremony in Toulouse, France, on January 18, 2005. Its manufacturer's serial number is 001, and is registered as F-WWOW. The new Airbus will initially be sold in two versions: the A380-800, carrying 555 passengers in a three-class configuration or up to 800 passengers in a single-class economy configuration. Expected range for the -800 model is 8,000 nautical miles (14,800 km). The second model, the A380-800F dedicated freighter, will carry 150 tons of cargo 5,600 miles (10,400 km). Airbus made the cockpit layout, procedures and handling characteristics similar to those of other Airbus aircraft to reduce crew training costs. Likewise, the A380 features a glass cockpit and side-stick flight controller. Panel, GAUGES, model, sound and textures by www.afs-design.de - Author: A.Meyer.
Posted Oct 30, 2009 18:35 by Andreas Meyer