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This is a repaint of the Douglas DC-6 in Aviateca colors. The freeware CalClassic DC-6 model by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson is needed for this repaint. Textures are 32bit DDS & BMP. This repaint was tested on FSX-SE and should work on FSX & P3Dv3, & FS2004. This DC-6 is the same as the 1977 model reg: TG-APA, with the exception of having the updated 1978 Aviateca livery.
Posted Mar 24, 2020 02:04 by Ted Giana
17.63Mb (102 downloads)
This is a repaint of the Douglas DC-6 in Aviateca colors. The freeware CalClassic DC-6 model by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson is needed for this repaint. Textures are 32bit DDS & BMP. This repaint was tested on FSX-SE and should work on FSX & P3Dv3, & FS2004. History of TG-APA: This aircraft was originally purchased new by Braniff Airways on October 8 1947. After 19 years of service with Braniff, it was bought by La Jolla Associates on February 4 1966. The day after, on February 5 1966, it was delivered to Aviateca as TG-APA. It served with Aviateca for 13 years then sold to Juan A. Marin on January 29 1979. It had an ignominious end to its life when it was seized by Broward County Sheriff in Florida on April 1 1979, and was stored at Fort Lauderdale until it was broken up in May 1981.
Posted Mar 24, 2020 02:02 by Ted Giana
21.24Mb (119 downloads)
This is a repaint of a DC-3 in Aviateca colors. The freeware DC-3 (C-47) v3.14 by Manfred Jahn is needed for this repaint. This repaint was tested on FSX-SE. It should work on FSX & P3Dv4. Textures are 32bit DDS. History of TG-AKA: A total of five DC-3 served Aviateca. This DC-3 was first delivered to the USAF on May 16 1944, then on to the RCAF as KG956 on May 29, 1944. Its next move was to the RAF on Nov 6, 1944. It spent 2 years there, then it was bought by Canadair on Jul 17, 1946. Soon after it made its way to Empresa Guatemalteca de Aviacion (Aviateca) on January 27 1947 as LG-AKA. On October 29 1948 it was re-registered to Aviateca as TG-AKA. On Sep 30, 1977 in was involved in an accident at Flores-Santa Elena Airport in Guatemala when the tire burst on touchdown and aircraft went off the runway and the left gear dropped into a hole. Power on No 2 engine was applied, the tail raised, and the prop separated when striking the ground. There were three crew with one fatality.
Posted Mar 24, 2020 02:01 by Ted Giana
16.61Mb (104 downloads)
This is a repaint of the Convair 440 in Aviateca colors. The freeware CalClassic Convair 440 by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson is needed for this repaint. Textures are 32bit DDS & BMP. This repaint was tested on P3D v3 and FSX-SE, it shoulkd also work on FS2004. History of TG-ABA: Aviateca operated 3 CV-440s in the 1970s. TG-ABA was a Convair 340 when it was ordered by Northeast Airlines of Boston but it wasn't taken up. Alitalia thus became the first operator of the propliner, which was delivered to them on August 24 1953. It was subsequently converted to a CV-440 and remained with Alitalia until it was bought by JAT in 1961. Two small time operations; Monarch Aircraft, and Ernest Moseley purchased the liner; the first owner in March 1974, and the latter in May 1975. Moseley then sold it to Aviateca on March 30 1976. It remained with Aviateca for 3 years, who then sold in January 1979. The aircraft was damaged beyond repair in April 1980.
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Posted Mar 24, 2020 01:59 by Ted Giana
230.71Mb (1298 downloads)
This package contains six modern fictional liveries:AIR CANADA, ALITALIA, DELTA, IBERIA, JETBLUE,USAF,USAIR. This package allows simmers to fly any of Manfred Jahn's V3 C-47s from a modern. Complete model included. Available even a basic HUD VC complete Repaint by JALopezR
Posted Mar 6, 2020 10:50 by JALopezR
21.52Mb (132 downloads)
This is a repaint of a DC-3 in Alyemda colors. The freeware DC-3 (C-47) v3.14 by Manfred Jahn is needed for this repaint. This repaint was tested on FSX-SE. It should work on FSX & FSX-SE & P3D. Textures are 32bit dds. This repaint is of one of their 4 DC-3s, 7O-ABE. The DC-3s were phased out by 1980. Alyemda was founded by presidential decree om March 11 1971. It was the national airline of South Yemen (Aden). It replaced Brothers Air Services (BASCO) as the new national carrier.It acquired the BASCO fleet of DC-3s and the DC-6B. Alyemda's first jetliner, a Boeing 720B, previously operated by American Airlines, was delivered on November 25, 1974 and put to work early in 1975 on a daily service to Jeddah. Between 1979-1981 707s were purchased, together with a Tu-154. In 1983 the route network was : Abu Dhabi, Addis Ababa, Al Ghayday, Beihan, Bombay, Damascus,Djibouti, Jeddah, Kuwait, Mogadishu, Qishn, Riyan, Sana’a, Seiyan, Sharjah, and Socotra. 1984 saw them receive 2 737-200s, followed by a leased A310-300 from Airbus Industrie in 1993. Alyemda merged with Yemenia Airways Corporation to form Yemenia, on May 26, 1996.
Posted Mar 5, 2020 00:19 by Ted Giana
15.79Mb (141 downloads)
This is a repaint of the Douglas DC-6A (CB17 model) in Alyemda colors. The freeware CalClassic DC-6A CB-17 model by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson is needed for this repaint. Textures are 32bit DDS & 32bit BMP. This repaint was tested on FSX-SE and should work on FSX & P3D v1-3, & FS2004. Alyemda operated 5 DC-6s from 1971 to 1985. This particular aircraft, 7O-ABO, was purchased from Inex Adria in June 1976. It flew for the carrier for 2 years, when it was damaged in Damascus in May 1978. It was withdrawn from use and stored in Aden in 1979.
Posted Mar 4, 2020 00:21 by Ted Giana
7.41Mb (298 downloads)
This repaint is designed to be used with Manfred Jahns' and company's FSX native, P3D(1-4) C-97 package. This repaint is NOT for FS2004 models. The Boeing C-97 or 377 Stratocruiser as it was also known is a gigantic radial engine transport that served as a military transport as well as a civilian airliner from the late 1940s into the 1960s. After their service was up, many sat around in the western US boneyards until eyes fell on them to become fire bombing airtankers. hawkins & Powers acquired some to turn into airtankers. Which turned out to be a labor intensive process. T-97 was a second chance airtanker, it previously was T-84. It had a massive for it's time 4,000 gallon tank installed in the belly. Making it by far, the largest air tanker in service. Even by today's standards it's still large. This however, led to it's likely downfall. It's shear size at the time limited it's use. Only being used on a few fires in Alaska and other areas in the western US and the Yellowstone Fire Storm in 1988 were it's only notable uses before it's eventual demise. It now sits at Hawkins & Powers' Museum in Greybull, WY. Repaint by: Nicholas Mitchell.
Posted Feb 28, 2020 08:14 by Nicholas Mitchell