3.89Mb (1838 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Grumman AA-5 Cabair 'G-OTIG' Textures Only. First introduced in 1974, the AA-5 series were unique in their bonded honeycomb airframes, producing a simple, smooth, and strong structure. With a sliding canopy and quick controls, the AA-5 were a breed apart. The later AA-5B series had more powerful engines, giving a needed boost in performance. This aircraft is currently based at Elstree, Herts, UK, In this scheme. Requires the freeware aircraft by Tim Conrad (here). By Ben Hartmann of UKMIL repaints. 4MB
Posted Jul 13, 2010 13:16 by archive
2.50Mb (376 downloads)
"Reactor Coolant" is a beverage made by my friend's company and is popular at Science Fiction conventions. Since he is fellow flight simmer, I decided to create a virtual advertising airplane for him. Repaint is by Don Brynelsen using the Mark Rooks paintkit.
Posted Jul 11, 2010 15:31 by Don Brynelsen
19.13Mb (11165 downloads)
FS2004 de Havilland (Bombardier) Dash8-Q202 The Dash8-Q202 39 seat regional airliner is a development of the earlier Dash8-100 powered by two uprated PW123D engines and with ANVS (Anti Noise and Vibration System). This is a re-release of our existing Dash8-200 with a new livery (Continental Connection), new improved flight dynamics, reworked VC textures and updated specifications. Check and ref lists included. Existing texture sets for PAD Dash8-100 and 200 models will fit this new model. Full package for FS2004 with custom sound. By Jean-Pierre Brisard, Barry Blaisdell, Kevin Pardy and Bob May - Premier Aircraft Design.
Posted Jul 6, 2010 14:29 by email@example.com
3.29Mb (1972 downloads)
FS2004 Dreamwings Design Dash8 Q-108 in Air Iceland/Flugfelag Islands livery, registration TF-JMB. Here's another Dash-8 especially for the Icelandic simmers out there or those who prefer the challenge of simming the skies and airports of the northernmost latitudes. This is one of two (2) Dash 8-106's flown by Air Iceland (Icelandic: Flugfelag Islands) and bears registration TF-JMB. Flugfelag Islands, a subsidiary of Icelandair Group, is a regional airline with bases at Reykjavik Airport and Akureyri Airport. It operates scheduled service to destinations in Iceland and Greenland, as well as the Faroe Islands. I want to give due credit to and thank Elmar Voigt, who inspired this project and repaint and worked with me to get every detail of it as realistic as possible. Some of those details include the text 'flugfelag.is' on the bottom of the fuselage (just like the real aircraft) and a tug painted in Air Iceland/Flugfelag Islands colors with their logo on the doors. All repainted textures in this package are 32-bit with no mips for maximum quality. Repaint by Jeffrey S. Bryner and Elmar Voigt, Model by Dreamwings Design. This is a "textures only" package; you must have the Dreamwings Design Dash8 Q100 model. See readme.txt for links to the great Dreamwings Dash8 Q-100 model.
Posted Jun 29, 2010 06:28 by Jeffrey S. Bryner
0.42Mb (236 downloads)
Special Livery of J.E.Narcizo's C-150 Aerobat made for Simviation forum member Fozzer. Uploaded for multiplayer use. All Original texture files by J.E.Narcizo Modification into GBPLF livery by Shane Griffith You will need the original aircraft for this to work
Posted Jun 25, 2010 06:08 by admin
1.25Mb (558 downloads)
FS2002/2004 Cessna 172 Skyhawk (Pineapple Charlie II) Textures only. Go island hopping in this new texture for use with the default FS2002/2004 C172. This is a total redo of my earlier Pineapple Charlie paint scheme, which I felt I could do better. I'm very pleased with this new scheme and I hope you will be too. Repaint by Don Brynelsen using a paint kit created by Mark Rooks. 1.3MB
Posted Jun 25, 2010 06:02 by archive
0.41Mb (325 downloads)
FS2002/2004 Cessna 140 Cinderella's Cessna III textures only for the Cessna 140 created by Brian Gladden. This scheme is the latest in my series of aircraft based on the Disney Princess Cinderella. These are the textures only and require you have mr Gladden's aircraft here. Repaint by Don Brynelsen. 416K
Posted Jun 25, 2010 06:02 by archive