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This is a repaint of the Viscount 803 in KLM 1966 colors. The freeware Vickers Viscount 800 for FSX by Jens B. Kristensen (JBK) is needed for this repaint. Textures are 32bit dds for FSX/P3D3 users. FS2004 DXT3 BMP textures are included as well for FS2004 users who have the FS2004 version. This repaint was tested on FSX-SE. It should also work on FSX, and P3Dv1-3. In June 1955, KLM placed an order for nine Vickers V.800 Viscounts, making it the first foreign company to order the type. They were to replace the Convair CV-340s and intended for use on the European network and a number of shorter intercontinental services to the Middle East and northern Africa. The nine Viscounts were delivered between 6 June and 23 December 1957. All aircraft were delivered in the old KLM "The Flying Dutchman" color scheme. From the early 1960s, all aircraft were equipped with the new KLM color scheme with the light and dark blue band across the hull with the slashes in the tail and in addition, red KLM with emblem. From October 1965 to November 1966 the KLM Viscounts gradually disappeared from the fleet. They were all sold to Aer Lingus of Ireland. A new color scheme was introduced in 1966, the blue stripes and white ball as depicted in this repaint. The few Viscounts that were still used by KLM, were repainted in this new color scheme in 1966.
Posted Feb 5, 2020 03:44 by Ted Giana
7.42Mb (72 downloads)
This is a repaint of the L-188 Electra in KLM 1966 colors. The freeware L-188 Electra by Libardo Guzman is needed for this repaint. Textures are 32bit DDS for FSX/P3D3 . FS2004 DXT3 BMP textures are included as well. This repaint was tested on FSX-SE. It should work on FSX, FS2004, & P3Dv3. On February 29, 1956, KLM signed a contract with Lockheed for the delivery of 12 Lockheed L-188C Electras. KLM needed a number of aircraft with a larger flight range and greater capacity than its Vickers Viscounts and the carrier was not convinced that the Se-210 Caravelle was profitable, which proved to be false. KLM was thus the only European user of the L-188 as most major European airlines decided to purchase the Caravelles. The twelve L-188C Electras were delivered to KLM between October 10 1959 and December 14 1960. This is a repaint of PH-LLD which was delivered to KLM on 16 December 1959. In February 1969 it was bought by the U.S. carrier Universal Airlines, and converted to a freighter.
Posted Feb 5, 2020 03:43 by Ted Giana
10.60Mb (98 downloads)
This is a repaint of the DC-7C(F) in KLM 1965 colors. The freeware CalClassic DC-7C by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson is needed for this repaint (link provided). Textures are 32bit DDS. DXT3 BMP textures are included as well for FS2004 users. This repaint was tested on FSX-SE and should work on FSX & P3D v1-3, & FS2004. This aircraft was delivered as a DC-7C to KLM in June 1957. It was subsequently converted to a DC-7CF in January 1962. In February 1969 it was sold to Aer Turas. KLM operated a total of 15 DC-7s.
Posted Feb 5, 2020 03:32 by Ted Giana
58.49Mb (1381 downloads)
FSX/P3D ATR72 210 SAS Scandanavian Airlines. SAS is based at 3 Scandanavian capital airports Copenhagen Kastrup, Oslo Gardermoen, Stockholm Arlanda and currently have 8 ATR72 in their fleet. Model and VC by Virtualcol. Ex payware. Textured and assembled for P3Dv4.5 and should be ok in FSX and earlier P3D versions by Chris Evans.
Posted Feb 4, 2020 01:13 by chris evans
41.26Mb (817 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Antonov An-132D will be powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW150 turboprop engines, and will feature Honeywell avionics, a Liebherr air management system. Panel and gauges for wide screen only 2D (no VC) by Philippe Wallaert including GPWS callout. Original design model by Tsyntsar Victor, Kyiv, Ukraine, 2020.
Posted Jan 24, 2020 11:59 by Tsyntsar Victor
137.33Mb (725 downloads)
This extensive modification to Cal Classic Propliner's DC-7 into an airtanker was done with their permission. The base DC-7 for FSX/P3D3 is required for the panel, gauges, effects, and documentation to appear correctly. The DC-7 has seen many years of service as an airtanker. Despite the USFS deciding to no longer contract the DC-7 for aerial firefighting in 2003, stating it was too old Several have remained flying as airtankers for nearly 2 decades after that decision on state contracts mainly in the Pacific Northwest. The DC-7 is large and fast. Despite it's age, the DC-7 is able to carry 3,000 gallons of retardant and cruise at high speeds. It's 350 mph cruise speed is slightly affected by the external tank. But it is still quite fast and has remained a viable tanker for decades and is likely the reason for it being the last remaining radial engine tanker in service in the United States. Only a few aircraft remain flyable, owned by Erickson Aero. This pack contains 2 model versions and repaints representing 3 operators. Butler Aviation, Erickson Aero, and T&G Aviation. There are a total of 7 aircraft represented. Aircraft should be compatible with FSX up to P3D v4.5. Original aircraft by Jens Kristensen, Tom Gibson, and Greg Pepper. Aircraft donor part conversions by Bjoern Kesten. Sounds by Jon Jefferys. Airtanker modification and repaints by Nicholas Mitchell.
FSX/P3D Base Model for DC-7 Airtanker Pack:
Posted Jan 15, 2020 05:18 by Nicholas Mitchell
105.87Mb (505 downloads)
This extensive airtanker modification pack are modifications of Cal Classic Propliners DC-6s with their permission. Cal Classic's base DC-6s (CB-16 and CB-17) models are required for these aircraft's panel, gauges, effects, and documentation to appear properly. This package includes 3 model versions of the DC-6 and custom repaints that represent Macavia/Sis-Q, Sis-Q, Securite Civile, TBM Inc., and Conair. Retardant effects are not included. The DC-6 operated across the world as an airtanker. It was used in the United States, Canada, and France. Depending on the version, operator and tank design the DC-6 could carry anywhere from 2,000 gallons to 3,000 gallons of retardant. A special feature of the DC-6 was it's ability to reverse it's propellers into beta or reverse thrust. Something rarely found on radial engine aircraft. A feature that also found it's way to the DC-7. The DC-6's last operator was Conair finally retiring their last tanker in the early 2000s. US service as well as France did not make it out of the early-mid 1990s. Only flying versions that remain are rural transports and museum pieces. Most have become boneyard relics. Sadly, no airtanker versions remained flyable. These should be compatible for FSX up to P3D v4.5. Original aircraft by Jens Kristensen, Tom Gibson, and Greg Pepper. FSX/P3D converted donor parts by Bjoern Kesten. Sounds by Jon Jefferys and Gary Jones. Airtanker modifications and repaints by Nicholas Mitchell
FSX/P3D Base Model 1 for DC-6 Airtanker Pack:
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Posted Jan 15, 2020 04:45 by Nicholas Mitchell
4.84Mb (78 downloads)
This is a repaint of the F-27-500 in Air Zaire colors. The freeware FSX Native with VC F-27-500 by Bjorn Kesten is needed for this repaint. It was converted from Mike Stone's and Tom Gibson's models. The textures are 32bit DDS. It was tested on FSX-SE, but should work on FSX & P3Dv3. Air Zaire operated 2 F-27-400s (leased) and 8 F-27-600s (purchased). In 1983 they put in an order to Fokker for 4 F-27-500s. However the aircraft were never delivered. To avoid collapse, due to financial problems and rising expenses, Air Zaire's fleet was reduced in 1984. One B-737-298C, and two F.27-600s were withdrawn, while the new Fokker F-27-500 order was cancelled. This repaint is of one of the Fokker F-27-500s which were ordered by Air Zaire, but never delivered. It was painted in Air Zaire's scheme, with Dutch registration.
Posted Dec 29, 2019 03:48 by Ted Giana
4.91Mb (50 downloads)
This is a repaint of the DC-4 in Air Zaire colors. The freeware DC-4 (C-54) V3 by Jens B Kristensen is needed for this repaint. This repaint was tested on FSX-SE. It should also work on FSX & P3D v1-3. Textures are 32bit DDS. Air Zaire operated 8 DC-4s. These were passed on to the airline by Air Congo, after the name change in 1971. This DC-4, 9Q-CBG was with Air Congo/Air Zaire from 1967 to July 1976, when it was sold to Zaire Aero Service. It tragically crashed with that airline, on August 23 1988, over Mbamou Island in in the Republic of the Congo.
Posted Dec 29, 2019 03:45 by Ted Giana