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FSX Bellanca Super Decathlon / Citabria 4 livery package. Updated for FSX with 4 liveries. A two seat, tandem configuration unlimited category aerobatic competition/trainer aircraft that is fully spinnable in FS2004. Initial release features 4 custom paint jobs. Features full moving parts and special openings. See readme for more details. By the Long Island Classics Design Team. Updated by Danny Garnier with FSX gauges in the VC, etc.
Posted Jan 19, 2012 07:22 by Garnier D
1.16Mb (280 downloads)
Textures only. Fictional textures for the Super D by Long Island Classics, please download the original airplane. See readme for simple installation instructions. By Alex and Jennifer Stephens.
Posted Jan 18, 2012 23:53 by Alex Stephens
0.19Mb (251 downloads)
CFG ONLY - please back up your original CFG before installing. Designed to convert the Super Decathlon by Long Island Classics in to an easy to fly yet realistic IAC airplane, perfect for practicing and learning routines and just plain fun to fly.
Posted Jan 18, 2012 23:04 by Alex Stephens
4.04Mb (862 downloads)
PZL 110 Koliber Aeroklub Pomorski Torun. The PZL 110 is built under licent version of the Socata Rallye 100 ST. Textures only. Artur Wojciechowski POLAND.
Socata Rallye 100ST Download link (external link - please report if broken)
Posted Jan 11, 2012 22:34 by Artur Wojciechowski
4.52Mb (3210 downloads)
Grumman American AA-5B Tiger N267MT. Model by Tim Conrad. Textures by Mattieu Vos. Happy flights with the Grumman American AA-5B Tiger N267MT Simple modified for FSX by Michael Litze.
Posted Jan 10, 2012 06:09 by michael litze
0.40Mb (211 downloads)
Textures for Tim Piglet Conrad's Grumman AA-5B Tiger. The wings, fuselage, and tail are all painted black and orange, in keeping with the spirit of the Tiger's namesake. I've modified the tail number from the original "51LL" to the easier to understand "5ILL." This simply helps with the online radio communications and sounds a bit better.
Posted Jan 6, 2012 01:28 by Noah Wyka
1.93Mb (432 downloads)
The Yak-11 design was based in large part on the successful Yak-3 fighter, and became the Soviet Air Force's most widely used trainer aircraft. From 1953, an additional 707 were license-built by Let in Czechoslovakia under the name C-11 (LET C-11 in some documentation). Both Yak-11 and C-11 were used in all Warsaw Pact countries and were exported to eighteen countries. Yak 11 (C-11) is a private NX25YK - registered in the U.S. Were used photographic textures.
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