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This is a high definition repaint pack for the FSN wheeled version of the AT-802. The AT-802 SEAT or Single Engine Air Tankers have been used widely across the world. Mainly in North America and Australia. The AT-802 is capable of operating on dirt strips and remote refill locations due to it's small size and ability to work from rough strips. This capability is widely used in Australia. The AT-802 is used widely in the US as a contracted initial attack aircraft for the USFS. But it is largly overshadowed by the large contracted air tankers the USFS uses. It's 2 competitors in North America are mainly the the Bombardier/Viking CL-415/215T Super Scooper and the Grumman/Marsh S-2F3AT Turbo Tracker flown by Cal Fire. The S-2 and CL-415s both carry more than 1,000 gallons. Making the AT-802's 800 gallon capacity the smallest of the category. It is also slower than it's twin engine competitors. Still a viable platform, used in pairs in tandem to add to the effectiveness of drops similar to the use of the CL-415, the 802s can also be used as lead / air attack platforms. More powerful versions of the AT-802 variants are currently being flight tested. The new derivative, the AT-1002 is larger and more powerful 802 was first flight tested in late 2013. It is still in development, but will be capable of carrying 1,000 gallons of retardant/water and carry nearly twice the fuel of the 802s currently. Making the 1002 closer in performance to the other aircraft in it's category. This repaint pack represents 8 liveries for several operators in the United States, Canada, and Australia. Repaints by Nicholas Mitchell.
Posted Apr 7, 2020 08:15 by Nicholas Mitchell
56.40Mb (2322 downloads)
This package contains a FS-X native conversion of all my original Piaggio P-166 models developed for FS-2002/2004. All versions are included: P-166A, P-166BL-2, P-166CL-2, P-166M, P-166S, P-166DL-3 and P-166DP-1. The 3D models are virtually the same, so these are fairly simple models. Yet they come with a VC (no 2D panel this time!). With respect to the FS-2002/2004 releases, they come with very much improved panels, in two flavors: Piston and Turboprop. Gauges developed by Milton Shupe & Scott Thomas for the Aero Commander / Turbo Commander Aircraft series, and Edgar Guinart López of Aeroproyecto for the Embraer 110. Other Gauges from my own Piaggio P-180 & PD-808. Also Included is a brand-new flight model redeveloped from scratch. The 3D models are mildly improved, with a proper pilot figure, main panel backlighting and bump-mapping. Please refer to the Reference and Checklist pages provided via the FS Kneeboard for flying and operating instructions. Models converted with Arno Gerretsen’s Model Converter X. The Piaggio P-166 is a light small twin. An Exotic twin-engine prop that sold all over the world including America, UK, and Australia. Its origin is traced Back to the Piaggio P-136, a light amphibian, which the P-166 keeps the wings, the engines and the tail planes. The first P-166A flew in November 1957. The aircraft was still in production in the early 21st century in an improved turboprop version, the P-166DP-1.
Posted Apr 2, 2020 10:58 by Mario Noriega
18.30Mb (672 downloads)
This is based on a real Cessna 170B that my friend flies. Also comes with red cockpit lights. Credits go to A.F Scrub, as this is mostly his model, I just did the repaint. This is my first texture, so it's far from perfect.
Posted Mar 31, 2020 12:47 by TheHawkerHurricaneMan
4.45Mb (136 downloads)
A repaint for Craig Richardson's Zippy Sport for FSX and P3D, available here: https://raraavissims.wixsite.com/rara-avis-sims/aircraft--z- Based on a real-world texture but rather different model, I have tried to make it fit as best I can (see included reference pictures for comparison). A revised prop texture is included - if it's not to your liking just overwrite with one from a default folder. By Gary Phillips.
Posted Mar 25, 2020 06:04 by Gary Phillips
9.69Mb (174 downloads)
Fixed version: Basler BT-67 skis version China Chinare C-FGCX textures for the Basler BT-67 by Manfred Jahn and team
Posted Mar 25, 2020 03:31 by liao yitong
10.80Mb (152 downloads)
This is a repaint of the F-27-200 in Aviateca colors. The freeware FSX Native F-27 by Bjorn Kesten is needed for this repaint. The textures are 32bit DDS. It was tested on FSX-SE, but should work on FSX & P3Dv3. History of TG-AOA: Aviateca operated 3 F-27s over the years. The one depicted in this repaint is an F-27-200. History of TG-AOA: This aircraft began life with All Nippon Airways of Japan when it was delivered to them on November 3 1964. Ten years later to the month, it was sold to Air Niugini on November 28 1974. It was then bought by Aviateca with the registration TG-AOA, on April 6 1978. The Guatemalan Air Force was the next in line when they bought it on January 1 1983. They consequently converted it, in May 1985, to an F-27-400M which is the Military version. This version featured a large powered cargo door to facilitate movement of loads to the aircraft. It passed a few more hands along the way when it was finally bought by the German carrier WDL Flugdienst on May 15 1995.
Posted Mar 24, 2020 02:05 by Ted Giana
15.93Mb (114 downloads)
This is a repaint of the Douglas DC-6 in Aviateca colors. The freeware CalClassic DC-6 model by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson is needed for this repaint. Textures are 32bit DDS & BMP. This repaint was tested on FSX-SE and should work on FSX & P3Dv3, & FS2004. This DC-6 is the same as the 1977 model reg: TG-APA, with the exception of having the updated 1978 Aviateca livery.
Posted Mar 24, 2020 02:04 by Ted Giana
17.63Mb (95 downloads)
This is a repaint of the Douglas DC-6 in Aviateca colors. The freeware CalClassic DC-6 model by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson is needed for this repaint. Textures are 32bit DDS & BMP. This repaint was tested on FSX-SE and should work on FSX & P3Dv3, & FS2004. History of TG-APA: This aircraft was originally purchased new by Braniff Airways on October 8 1947. After 19 years of service with Braniff, it was bought by La Jolla Associates on February 4 1966. The day after, on February 5 1966, it was delivered to Aviateca as TG-APA. It served with Aviateca for 13 years then sold to Juan A. Marin on January 29 1979. It had an ignominious end to its life when it was seized by Broward County Sheriff in Florida on April 1 1979, and was stored at Fort Lauderdale until it was broken up in May 1981.
Posted Mar 24, 2020 02:02 by Ted Giana