1.79Mb (1986 downloads)
FSX Ayres Turbo Thrush Modification. Based on the model by Marcel Du Plessis. This is a modification of the original Thrush made for FS2004. No VC. It contains the original T34 Thrush, T65 MRCU and a T65 Thrush with a fictional factory texure with a regestration of ZS-LFA. Spray effects are included. By Andrew Holden.
Posted Sep 6, 2010 04:50 by Andrew Holden
14.90Mb (907 downloads)
FSX Mooney M-18C Mite Repaint Textures 4-pack. Four simple, colorful, cheerful repaint textures, red/white, yellow/white, green/white and blue/white, for the Tim Conrad FSX freeware Mooney M-18C Mite, which you must have previously installed in FSX. By Tom Tiedman
Posted Sep 5, 2010 03:48 by Tom Tiedman
12.12Mb (59072 downloads)
FSX SP-2 Acceleration Pilatus PC-6C_H2 Fairchild-built version of the Pilatus PC-6 Turbo Porter, with the Garrett TPE 331 turboprop engine. This release also includes a paint kit. By Tim 'Piglet'Conrad
Posted Sep 2, 2010 06:03 by Uploader
13.51Mb (5120 downloads)
Wanted: Pilots with minimum 100,000 hours flight time logged. Previous space shuttle pilot in command experience preferred. This one-off design is a collaboration between the Dept. of Transportation, the FAA, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The HHU-5-CH-1 ("Hush- 1"), is a highly modified former Cessna 402B airframe converted to ferry... I mean deliver, um...office supplies... yeah, that's it... you know, paper, pencils, and the like, from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to various civilian and military sites throughout North America. "Hush-1" is equipped with various highly specialized, hermetically sealed, hardened titanium storage compartments and cargo vault, each protected by nuclear, chemical, and biological leakage detection systems in case, you know... the office supplies should, I don't know... shift in flight maybe? (Be advised, on some trips, the office supplies you deliver may have previously fallen to Earth from outer space). If you love to fly at night, over mostly unpopulated areas, with pre-approved clearance through all restricted airspace, at tree top level to avoid detection, taking off gently, climbing at very low AOA's, changing course imperceivably, approaching slowly (just above stall speed), landing without squealing the tires, and rolling down ramps into underground hangars, then we want you on our office supply delivery team. Send resume to Henry Tomkiewicz, Project Manager and Designer Emeritus, Dept. FSX-SP2, in care of Tom Tiedman, file clerk trainee-1 on probation.
Posted Sep 2, 2010 05:56 by Tom Tiedman
13.23Mb (7392 downloads)
FSX Cessna 404 Titan. This is "Hope Flite I.C.U.", a state of the art, mobile airborne pediatric medi-lift life flight trauma center/surgical suite/intensive care unit specializing in serving the emergency medical needs of pregnant mothers, infants, and toddlers. From airborne births to airborne organ transplants, and every emergency medical need in between, "Tot Hopper-1" gets up and at it to get the job done! Modified and approved for continuous full throttle flight (sure your engines will smoke a bit, but little Timmy needs that new heart NOW! So put the pedal to the metal, Jack)! Cross the threshold at full throttle, deploy full flaps and cut the gas! Touchdown mid-runway and SLAM THOSE BRAKES! Screech to the end of the runway where the ambulance will meet you. Skids, sideswipes and gutterballs approved! But buddy, you better not bounce it, OR ELSE! And listen up, mister... whatever you do, DO NOT BE LATE! This is the Henry Tomkiewicz freeware FS2004 Cessna 404 Titan, made flyable in FSX by adding the default Baron panel and sound, an FSX-SP2 suitable propeller, adjusting the landing gear contact points for FSX, adding an engine smoke effect suitable for FSX (press your "I" key), and painting as an airborne ambulance. Also includes Henry's blank white model, flyable as well. Located in your airplane menu under "Cessna". By Tom Tiedman
Posted Aug 29, 2010 04:18 by Tom Tiedman
8.55Mb (2667 downloads)
Original Samdim Design Tupolev Tu-114 Aeroflot/JAL 60-ties and Aeroflot 70-ties livery textures in DDS format for FSX. Customized model files are associated with the textures providing various passenger cabin configurations. Adapted by Branislav Jansik
Posted Aug 21, 2010 12:45 by Branislav Jansik
49.09Mb (6466 downloads)
Two complete aircraft, Wheeled & Amphibian by Ross McLennan, Milton Shupe, Scott Thomas, and André Folkers with floats by B. Ortis. With the permission of the FS2004 copyright holders, these two original FS2004 D18S aircraft have been adjusted to climb and fly safely in FSX at an altitude of 16300 feet using the Passenger In The Cabin (left side) concept from FS2002. Original aircraft documentation is provided and gives information and the necessary acknowledgements to those responsible for the original FS2004 design. The aircraft are "dressed" to represent a ficticious Company I have called "GRAND SWISS ALP TOURS (GSAT)" using, with permission, FS2004 textures by the "Swiss-Eagle" Patrick Nadig and flying out of Thun, Sion and Ulrichen in the Swiss Alps. Some sim icons are replaced with multi function versions by Jean-Pierre Langer. The ficticious flights are designed to give the best possible passenger views of the grand scenery from a left side cabin window. Aircraft can also be adjusted for right side views and have also been flown in Alaska and The Rockies. In Switzerland see the Eiger, the James Bond Schilthorn, the Kandersteg, the Matterhorn, the Rhone and Grosser Aletsch Glaciers and fly a circuit of Mont Blanc in search of the Mer de Glace as I saw it in 1967 from a British Eagle Bristol Britannia. Land the Amphibian on two high alpine lakes. Detailed maps of the terrain being flown over are provided in the cockpit and the cabin. I invite you now to download and climb to the cruising altitude in the GSAT aircraft. Sit back with a ..?.. in the hand and enjoy the passing granduer of the Swiss Alps. Packaged by Ross McLennan, Adelaide, South Australia who will provide the only support for these aircraft. File Name: GSAT_D18S_PICL.zip August 2010.
Posted Aug 20, 2010 09:25 by Ross McLennan