6.91Mb (3345 downloads)
Textures only for the Abacus payware Dassault Mirage 2000C. Repainted to resemble the Mirage flown in the movie 'Skyfighters' (Les Chevaliers Du Ciel). Repainted by R.E. Wyman.
Posted Oct 30, 2011 00:20 by R.E. Wyman
13.71Mb (6555 downloads)
DEMO VERSION with banners in VC and model: 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 - Author: A.Meyer.
Posted Oct 27, 2011 15:02 by Andreas Meyer
6.04Mb (172 downloads)
This repaint is for the A2A Simulations "Wings of Power II" P-51D Mustang. This repaint depicts a modern P-51D-20-NA Mustang, painted in the colors of the Israeli Air Force, 101 Squadron, serial #39, which entered service after the 1948 Israeli War of Independence and served through the late 1950s.This repaint was created with an all-new paint kit including photo-real textures from an actual P-51D. FILES ARE 2048x2048 FOR "Wings of Power II" P-51D with update ONLY. Repaint by John O'Reilly.
Posted Oct 27, 2011 13:32 by John O'Reilly
19.88Mb (1269 downloads)
A Six skin pack with AEROSOFT FSX DHC-6 Twin Otter skins. 3 DHC-6 -300 skins in the colors of: NORLANDAIR Airline, PAN AM Commuter, ROCKY MOUNTAIN Airline . 3 DHC-6 -100 skins in the colors of: Royal Australian Air Force, Royal Norwegian Air Force, Royal Canadian Air Force - UN mission. v1B : added Rocky Mountain Airline skin, tweaks to exhaust markings (v1C - some textures updated to improve the overall look (RAAF, RCAF UN and RNoAF)) Previous version had 445 downloads.
Posted Oct 20, 2011 16:49 by Tom Weiss
8.08Mb (1010 downloads)
DEMO VERSION - with banners in VC and model. The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 (NATO reporting name "Fishbed") is developed in the Soviet Union interceptor. Already in 1959 put into service, the MiG-21 is the most produced combat aircraft since World War II and the most numerous jet aircraft ever, with about 11,000 copies. With more than 50 years of production, it is also the longest-built fighter aircraft around the world and stood at about 50 Air Force on four continents. It also makes Aircraft with more than 20 versions in four generations. Among other things, the legendary single-seat variant of MiG-21 MF and two-seat variant of the MiG-21 US. Also be produced in the People's Republic of China today MiG-21 variants, known as the J-7. Even today, includes some 500 MiG-21 and more than 1000 J-7 / F-7 (Chinese copies) to the inventory of the Air Force in the world. Not least, the MiG-21 was the most important Fighter aircraft of the Air Force / Air Defense of the GDR with more than 20 years. By Andreas Meyer -
Posted Oct 20, 2011 02:22 by Andreas Meyer
2.05Mb (187 downloads)
Textures only for Justflight's Robinson R44 in Bush Flying Unlimited livery for those Bush Flying fans like me enjoy and Happy Flying
Posted Oct 18, 2011 05:18 by Lloyd Horton