2.85Mb (2260 downloads)
FSX/FS9 World Wide L1049G Constellation textures for Lockheed_L1049._Paintkit by Manfred Jahn
Posted Mar 28, 2009 20:05 by Gary Harper
1.25Mb (2611 downloads)
This is my first repaint for the FSX AI Default de Havilland Dash 8. Although the repaint is not perfect (Logos mirrored on tail and nose, and has an Orbit Airlines Logo retained in black), the Dash 8 was in service for Piedmont Airlines owned by US Airways Express. Splash screen included. This repaint requires the Dash 8 Flyable pack by Braden Peters. By Victor Vu.
Posted Mar 25, 2009 22:04 by Victor Vu
33.55Mb (20097 downloads)
Robin DR400 Package adapted for FSX. Original DR400 by Yannick Lavigne. This model was OK in FSX except the panel. I have edited the panel to include all FSX compatible gauges. This is a beautiful airplane to fly VFR in FSX! Includes Robin 135 CDI with TAE-Centurion 1.7 motor. Repaint by Christian Winkel. G-HAIR Regent texture by Patrick Machabert. Panel Updates by Danny Garnier
Posted Mar 19, 2009 16:38 by GARNIER D
15.30Mb (6659 downloads)
The Convair 640 was an American twin-engined medium-range airliner first flown in 1965. The Convair 640 was a turboprop conversion of the Convair-Liner 340 and was powered by two Rolls-Royce Datrt Rda.10 Mk 542-4 turboprops providing a top speed of 482 kmh and a range of 4835 km. Caribair CV-640 update for FSX
Posted Mar 17, 2009 19:29 by Carlos Marrero
0.31Mb (2266 downloads)
This is an update for FS9 and FSX of the Robin HR200 by Mike Stone. I have updated the flight dynamics, added, deleted or changed gauges on the panel so it would work in both sims, changed the size of the GPS and eliminated the need for the background picture for same. No virtual cockpit. This is the whole aircraft. Bob Chicilo.
Posted Mar 15, 2009 15:34 by Bob Chicilo
0.62Mb (4595 downloads)
This is an update for FS9 and FSX of the Saab 340B by Mike Stone. I have updated the flight dynamics, fixed a few holes in the panel background, added the rest of the wheels, and added a few gauges to the panel, as well as changing any gauges that were not common to both sims, to ones that were. No virtual cockpit. This is the whole aircraft. Bob Chicilo.
Posted Mar 13, 2009 08:55 by Bob Chicilo