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This is my second update for FSX of the default Cessna 208 amphibian. All I did was change the fuel_flow_gain from 0.011 to 0.90. This allows for almost instant acceleration of the aircraft and allows you to use reverse thrust to stop, and I mean stop; even on water. If you don't leave throttle on when you disengage the reverse thrust, you stay stopped. You need my original update for this to work.
Posted Oct 21, 2009 20:35 by Bob Chicilo
14.73Mb (6242 downloads)
FSX SAAB-90 Scandia. The SAAB Scandia was a twin-engined airliner intended as a 'DC-3 replacement'. It first flew in 1947, and served with SAS until 1957. The only other user was VASP in Brazil. By Jens B. Kristensen.
Posted Oct 15, 2009 09:58 by Jens B. Kristensen
25.75Mb (7472 downloads)
FSX Ilyushin IL-14. This package includes the original IL-14P and the longer IL-14M in the colours of Aeroflot (4 versions), CSA, Deutsche Lufthansa, Interflug, LOT and Air Guinee. By Jens B. Kristensen.
Posted Oct 15, 2009 09:27 by Jens B. Kristensen
17.02Mb (5776 downloads)
FSX Ilyushin IL-12. This package includes the original IL-12 and the later IL-12B in the colours of Aeroflot (2 versions), CSA and LOT. For FSX4; FS2004 users should get IL12_10.zip instead. By Jens B. Kristensen.
Posted Oct 15, 2009 09:03 by Jens B. Kristensen
7.48Mb (3267 downloads)
Fictive livery only for the great Beechcraft D18S Amphibian model by Milton Shupe for FSX and FS2004.
Required files:required file
Posted Oct 11, 2009 09:13 by Ingo Schwan
97.85Mb (24996 downloads)
FSX Convair 580 A Native FSX model of the Convair 580. Hi-resolution textures. Fully functional VC adapted from the Convair 240 VC. Realistic flight-dynamics and operations. . Full animation includes the self-storing stairway. I tried to capture the spirit of the ornery, old, turbo-prop. Three liveries including vintage, North Central Airlines, Frontier Airlines, and modern cargo contractor, DHL. Model, texturing and flight-dynamics by Brett Henderson. Pilots, Alejandro Rojas Lucena. And as always.. thanks to the Simv / FFDS crew.
Posted Oct 5, 2009 15:36 by Brett Henderson