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Textures for the default FSX C172. Pilot School Group G Air (Portugal) in Spain, is located in the Cuatro Vientos aerodrome, Madrid. It has the best means and spacious and modern facilities.
Posted Jan 5, 2015 04:34 by Juan Villamor
1.16Mb (424 downloads)
Aerotec is a Spanish center for aeronautical training that began operation in Madrid (Cuatro Vientos in 1993), where its headquarters is located. Subsequently, bases in Palma de Mallorca (1995), Seville (1995), Santa Cruz de Tenerife (1996), Malaga (2000) and Las Palmas (2001) were opened. Aerotec has trained over 3,000 students, of which 92% ended up getting his official title.
Posted Jan 4, 2015 11:18 by Juan Villamor
2.68Mb (4239 downloads)
This is a Piper Mirage for FSX. This 500 horsepower, turbocharged piston engine aircraft is capable of 212 knots / 243 Mph cruise at 25,000 feet. Complete night lighting in both cockpit modes. The virtual cockpit is custom made to give a 3 dimensional look to the gauges and instrumentation. All gauges are from FSX aircraft. The paint job is reflective giving the aircraft a beautiful luster. Includes a custom sound package. This aircraft just screams power. Includes a custom checklist. Update by Rick Herring. Original model by Chuck Dome.
Posted Jan 4, 2015 01:19 by Rick Herring
0.89Mb (295 downloads)
Aeronova, (New livery) Spanish air carrier services creation liner, air taxi, medical, cargo and pilot school. This is a repaint for Mike Stone's Metro III (metro23.zip).
Posted Jan 3, 2015 09:01 by Juan Villamor
10.66Mb (490 downloads)
I adapted the textures made by Maarten Brower for the JBK DC-6-model for the use on the finer (as i think) model by Greg Pepper. It shows one of the most famous Douglas-aircraft: "The Independence", named after the hometown of President Harry S. Truman. It served from 4 July 1947 on as a presidential aircraft till 1953.
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Posted Jan 3, 2015 07:47 by Hartmut Hekmann
0.62Mb (250 downloads)
MRW Spain, Urgent transport for domestic and international shipments with greater implantation. The Group performs an average of 40 million annual shipments, providing specific business solutions for all types of businesses and individuals. This is a repaint for Mike Stone's Metro III (metro23.zip).
Posted Jan 3, 2015 00:32 by Juan Villamor
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CanaryFly, We are a young but well experienced in the world of air transport and passenger services Canary company. All equipment CanaryFly compose professionals with extensive experience in the transport and aircraft operations. This is a repaint for Mike Stone's Metro III (metro23.zip).
Posted Jan 1, 2015 11:27 by Juan Villamor
0.89Mb (293 downloads)
Ibertour textures for Mike Stone's Metro III adapted for FSX. Ibertour was founded in 2003, began operations as a Spanish company aerial work, cargo and passengers. On 10 February 2011, a Fairchild SA 227-BC Metro III registered EC-ITP, was operating a scheduled commercial air transport flight from Belfast City (EGAC) to Cork (EICK) with 2 Flight Crew members and 10 passengers on board. At 09.50 hrs during the third attempt to land at EICK in low visibility conditions, control was lost and the aircraft impacted the runway. This is a repaint for Mike Stone's Metro III (metro23.zip).
Posted Jan 1, 2015 08:55 by Juan Villamor
0.90Mb (1103 downloads)
This is an FSX Piper Seminole converted to fly in FSX from FS 2002. There is a virtual cockpit as well as a standard cockpit with red night lighting effects in both. The aircraft is capable of beautiful hands free autopilot takeoffs with half flaps and the default rate of climb used. I have included Icons for popups that include, throttle, radios, GPS, compass, ATC, and the Kneeboard which includes a custom checklist. The aircraft has been repainted with a brilliant sheen of deep maroon and white as well as a bureau number change. Original model by Chuck Dome. Uses all default FSX gauges within the reworked virtual cockpit. The autopilot works well with Vor and GPS. Public domain as set forth in the read me file located within the aircraft folder. Update by Rick Herring
Posted Dec 31, 2014 21:36 by Rick Herring