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St Georg Faszination Borkum Textures
St Georg Faszination Borkum Textures
1.58Mb (414 downloads)
The St Georg was built in 1927 by Svetozar Vlajkovic in Belgrade. For this Borkum livery you need the file sms_sg.zip from Zoran Sivcev, Luka Midic and Goran Savic. Handdrawn illustration by Ingo Schwan.
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Posted Dec 29, 2009 08:16 by Ingo Schwan
 
Three military Lockheed L-749 / C-121A Constellations MATS Textures.
Three military Lockheed L-749 / C-121A Constellations MATS Textures.
11.57Mb (1707 downloads)
Three military Lockheed L-749 / C-121A Constellations MATS Textures. These repaints represent 48-612, an early all-silver snub-nosed C-121A with "MATS ATLANTIC" titles ca 1949, 48-614, a polished silver and white VC-121A ca. 1955, and 48-609, a "photoreal" texture alternative for an aircraft already present in the Lockheed L-749 base pack (required). By Manfred Jahn
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Posted Dec 14, 2009 05:06 by Paul Atreides
 
FS2004/FSX Stearman Kaydet Dream Catcher 1 & 2 Textures
FS2004/FSX Stearman Kaydet Dream Catcher 1 & 2 Textures
3.53Mb (1025 downloads)
These are repaints (textures only) of David Eckert's excellent Stearman Kaydet, file name stear04.zip. Two textures included, Dream Catcher and Dream Catcher II. Thanks to David Eckert, Mark Smith, and Dennis Seeley for their excellent work on the original model. Repaint by L.T. Davis.
Posted Dec 11, 2009 01:40 by L.T. Davis
 
FS2004/FSX Stearman Gibson and Ventures Textures
FS2004/FSX Stearman Gibson and Ventures Textures
3.29Mb (1122 downloads)
These are repaints (textures only) of David Eckert's excellent Stearman Kaydet, file name stear04.zip. Two textures included, Gibson Guitar tribute and The Ventures tribute. Thanks to David Eckert, Mark Smith, and Dennis Seeley for their excellent work on the original model. Repaint by L.T. Davis.
Posted Dec 11, 2009 01:35 by L.T. Davis
 
A FINAL TRIBUTE TO THE DAMBUSTERS Release 5
11.39Mb (9324 downloads)
A FINAL TRIBUTE TO THE DAMBUSTERS Release 5: With the permission of the Chief Designer at Plane Design (Ed Walters) I present my OPERATION READY Dambuster Lancaster based on the Model and Textures from Plane Design's original payware AJG released for FS9 in 2005. Navigation and sim icon support have been added by using overlays and you can fly the aircraft with the original 2D and virtual cockpit OR you can choose to make it a fully operational Dambuster Lancaster with an added 2D bombaimers view with bitmap supplied by Plane Design. Additional dash level altimeter and a single Dann Bombsight fitted. The Operation Ready version allows you to fly a full mission from the virtual cockpit (recommended) without returning to the main 2D panel to make adjustments. It uses Keith Clifford's FS98 airfile modified to suit the Plane Design model and as previously, reflects Merlin 28 engines. This release supercedes and replaces the Release 4 Dambuster 65th Anniversary 2008 package (7241 hits). Only the applicable Plane Design gauges are provided. Gauges by Chuck Dome, Scott Macmillan, Jerry Beckwith, David Maltby, Bernard Drefahl and Jean-Pierre Langer are as uploaded with Release 4. Flights from Scampton EGXP use John Young's Scampton FS2004 scenery and end at Paderborn EDLP just north of the Eder Dam. Additional flights near the Grand Canyon, in Australia & New Zealand are provided. This operation ready aircraft is not suitable for use in FSX and has not been tested in Vista or W7. I thank Ed Walters for the privilege of using his FS2004 AJG and I look forward to flying his payware FSX Lancaster's when available. Packaged by Ross McLennan. FILE NAME: DB_PD_OR_AJG.zip SIZE: 11.4 megs Name: Ross McLennan, Adelaide, South Australia
Posted Dec 6, 2009 08:33 by Ross McLennan
 
SM 79 S.M. and CIVIL
SM 79 S.M. and CIVIL
8.07Mb (2950 downloads)
FS2004 - Savoia Marchetti SM79 "S.M. (Stato Maggiore)&CIVIL" 2 models of the most famous Italian aircraft of WWII.The S.M.is one of the survivors of the Torpedo Bombers that in 1945 was transformed for transport HQ personnel of the new Italian Air Force.The CIVIL one is of 1936, and obtained the certification for passenger transport. Model, aircraft, texture and panel by F. Giuli. Gauges different authors
Posted Dec 2, 2009 12:35 by FRANCESCO GIULI
 
Douglas DC-8 Photoreal G.L.A.M. Textures
2.37Mb (1386 downloads)
Photoreal Textures for the wonderful DC-8 by Historic Jetliners Group depicting the Aircraft used by the French G.L.A.M. (Groupement des Liaisons Aériennes Ministerielles) in the 80's. It Was the French equivalent of United States "Air Force One". By Jonathan "Rooster" Hilaire
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Posted Nov 28, 2009 13:52 by Jonathan Hilaire
 
Default Fs9 Douglas DC-3 Photoreal Marine Nationale Textures
Default Fs9 Douglas DC-3 Photoreal Marine Nationale Textures
1.71Mb (2034 downloads)
French "Marine Nationale" Photoreal Repaint for the Default Fs9 DC-3. By Jonathan "Rooster" Hilaire
Posted Nov 28, 2009 13:48 by Jonathan Hilaire
 
Fairey Barracuda Mk.V 5 Texture Pack
Fairey Barracuda Mk.V 5 Texture Pack
3.70Mb (1024 downloads)
5 repaints in correct colors and markings for Kazunori Ito's nice Barracuda Mk.V in Royal Navy schemes, 2 masquerading as wartime Mk.II's from HMS Victorious and Vengeance, a post war 'Admiral's barge' and 2 Mk.V's, one in late '45 sea grey/slate/sky camouflage, and a post '50 EDSG/sky livery. Also includes a new Config. and AIR. file that changes her to piston power, and corrects her flying qualities to accurately represent the Mk.V's performance,dimensions, handling and weight and balance with torpedo,crew,equipment and fuel.
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Posted Nov 23, 2009 15:54 by Mike Barnes
 
FS2004 Stearman Kadet Textures
FS2004 Stearman Kadet Textures
3.78Mb (957 downloads)
Repainted textures textures only for David Eckert's Stearman Kadet, file name stear04.zip. Thanks to David Eckert, Mark Smith, and Dennis Seeley for their excellent work. Repaint by L.T. Davis.
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Posted Nov 21, 2009 15:04 by L.T. Davis