8.26Mb (671 downloads)
For FSX and FS2004. These are textures for the entire Blueislands fleet of JS31s, you will need the original aircraft.
Posted Apr 17, 2011 17:11 by Ian Roussel
19.42Mb (5912 downloads)
FSX-SP2 compatible and flyable compilation of Dee Waldron's freeware AI Piper PA-31 Navajo from FS2004. Updated prop texture, landing gear contact points, default Baron panel and default Mooney sound. Includes paintable passenger and freighter blank models, and 18 repaints including real world, sort of real world, kind of fictional, really fictional, and downright absurd. This is the entire aircraft. 2d panel but no VC. Easy installation. Painted and compiled by Tom Tiedman.
Posted Apr 16, 2011 16:43 by Tom Tiedman
36.07Mb (19002 downloads)
Piaggio P180 Avanti for FSX Acceleration and P3D. Originally designed by Mario Noriega, FSX conversion by Eagle Rotorcraft Simulations. Model designed in gmax and has FSX self shadowing, 11 reflective texture sets from the FS2004 release, specular mapping, bump mapping, lightmaps, custom sound suite and more. Designed for FSX Acceleration only. Tested in Windows Vista and Windows 7 under DX9 and DX10 Preview with no issues. Released with the kind permission from Mario Noriega.
Posted Apr 10, 2011 22:14 by George A.Arana
5.67Mb (520 downloads)
Repaint of the default Cessna 172. Auburn University uses several Cessna Skyhawks in its professional flight training program. This is the paint scheme featured on its Cessna 172-R models. Painted by R.E. Wyman.
Posted Apr 9, 2011 03:33 by R.E. Wyman
10.42Mb (1132 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Messerschmitt-Farnsworth 108 repaint textures 5-pack for the Guenter Kraemer freeware FS2004 Me108 B-1 Taifun, which you must have previously installed in FS2004 or FSX. Built under license to Messerschmitt by the Farnsworth Fictional Aeroplane Company, these five uniquely original yet nearly completely identical Farnsworth 108 models strive to deliver maximum airborn excitement while maintaining the meek, mild handling and performance traits we weekend throttle jockeys have come to crave in our civil aviation machines. What? Easy installation. By Tom Tiedman
Posted Apr 6, 2011 06:37 by Tom Tiedman