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This is a repaint of the default FSX Beechcraft Baron 58 in a fictional livery of the 437th Airlift Wing stationed at KCHS, Charleston AFB, Charleston, South Carolina. Repaint by L.T. 'patchz' Davis.
Posted Feb 2, 2011 05:24 by L. T. 'patchz' Davis
14.82Mb (4183 downloads)
IL-18D for FS2004/FSX Includes five paints, Malev, Cubana de Aviacion old colors, Cubana de Aviacion classic colors, Aerocaribbean and a white template for repainters. This model is a full work and it flight model is very accurate to the real one. Has 2d panel but no VC. Spanish/English manuals. By Edgar Guinart, Malex textures by T.Feri
Posted Jan 31, 2011 16:25 by T.Feri
21.98Mb (3016 downloads)
FSX Vickers Viking. Version 1.0. A completely new model of the Vickers Viking, a British airliner of the immediate postwar years.The Viking served with BEA and many other airlines until the middle of the 1960's. Three variants (Viking 1A, 1 and 1B) with textures for BEA (three variants), SAS, DDL, Airwork, BWIA and Indian National Airways are included. This is for FSX; FS2004 users should download Viking_10.zip instead. By Jens B. Kristensen.
Posted Jan 29, 2011 05:30 by Jens B. Kristensen
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FSX compatible engine smoke effects 3-pack for the Jens B. Kristensen freeware FSX Handley Page HP81 Hermes "Hermes_V20X.zip", which you need to have previously installed in FSX. With 8 exhaust ports total, you have your choice of 8 thin smoke trails (2 per engine), 8 thick smoke trails (2 per engine), or simply 4 thick smoke trails (1 per engine). Tested in FSX-SP2 with good results. Easy Installation. By Tom Tiedman
Posted Jan 27, 2011 18:07 by Tom Tiedman
0.88Mb (378 downloads)
FSX Handley Page Hermes of Bahamas Airways. Bahamas Airways was, for a time, owned by Skyways of London, and used three of their Hermes airliners for flights from the Bahamas to Miami and Ft. Lauderdale. Textures only, you must download and install the Hermes version 2 model for FSX (look for Hermes_V20X.zip) to use these files. By Jens B. Kristensen.
Posted Jan 26, 2011 15:52 by Jens B. Kristensen