103.95Mb (1010 downloads)
FSX/P3D (all version) Sikorsky VS-44A American Export Airlines "Excambian". Includes full VC and interior cabin. Four-engined flying boat used 1942-1946 by AEA. Wartime blue-grey camouflage as contracted by Naval Air Transport Service from AEA from May 1942 thru January 1945. Silver-and-black civilian paint scheme used by AEA in scheduled passenger service. Visual model upgraded to FSDS 3.5.1 from 2005 version. Higher-resolution gauges included. Instruments and interior details based on photos taken at New England Air Museum. A flying boat, not an amphibian. Beaching gear provided. Can be taxied in and out of water. Upgraded to FSX native. Credits: George Diemer and Ed Akridge
Posted Jun 18, 2018 07:13 by admin
49.70Mb (863 downloads)
FSX/P3D (all versions) Sikorsky S-42 Clipper Package. Includes full VC and interior cabin. The Sikorsky S-42 was a commercial flying boat designed and built by Sikorsky Aircraft to meet requirements for a long-range flying boat laid out by Pan American World Airways in 1931. Converted to FSX native. Credits: George Diemer and Ed Akridge
Posted Jun 18, 2018 06:39 by admin
26.20Mb (1015 downloads)
This is the late Sunderland model MkIIIA (423 Sqn RCAF Sunderland at Castle Archdale, in late 1944), which was the upgraded version of the MkIII, with twin gun front turret, four fixed nose mouted machine guns and Mk3 centimetric radar. The Package is an FSX update of the original model for CFS3 by Ted Kaniuka, updated for FS2004 by Shessi of SOH. It features a new detailed VC with FSX compatible gauges and necessary adjustments for FSX. 2D panel design by Pete Mercy. Exhaust effect added. Thanks to Shessi for bringing it out for FS2004 so I was able to update it for FSX, bow gunner, tail gunner and top gunner views by Erwin Welker, new prop texture by Andre Ludick, VC adjustments, new gauge configuration and smoke by Michael Pook.
Posted Jun 18, 2018 06:11 by Michael Pook
41.47Mb (773 downloads)
FSX/P3D (all versions) Sikorsky S-43 Clipper Package. Includes full VC and interior cabin. The Sikorsky S-43 was a twin-engine amphibious aircraft manufactured in United States during the 1930s by the American firm Sikorsky Aircraft. Converted to FSX native. Credits: George Diemer and Ed Akridge
Posted Jun 18, 2018 05:06 by admin
19.78Mb (797 downloads)
This is a further improved version of Michael Pook’s offering of the same aircraft. He subsequently have located a very old texture set that I suppose was meant for a similar package like this one; but that texture set was unusable as the textures in that set differed totally in compilation to the ones of his offering. I have therefor, on his request; done the adaptation of those textures in order that they can be used with this package…it was quite a challenge. I went and further updated the texture set of both the texture set from his offering as well as those from the adapted one as far as colour continuation goes for the set that came with his offering as there were too many colour-hue differences between the fuselage, wings and stabilizer’s colours. And about the adapted set that I did: I colour-coded the engine nestles to coincide with the colours of the main upper-wing’s colours. I also wrapped-over the camouflage pattern of the sides of the fuselage to the upper section thereof to complete the picture. I also re-textured the insides of the plane to the best of my abilities as those pink-ish interiors just didn’t do it for me. I trust that you will enjoy this old package that he and I have tried to blow some new life into.
Posted Jun 16, 2018 13:09 by Andre Ludick
8.90Mb (205 downloads)
Textures for the Manfred Jahn DC-3 in Pacific Western Airlines colors. The freeware DC-3/C-47 v3 by is needed for this repaint. Seven DC-3s flew with Pacific Western from about 1953 till 1972. CF-PWI was with them from 1956 to 1972. This repaint was tested on FSX-SE. It should work on FSX & P3D v1-v3.
Required files:required file
Posted Jun 15, 2018 00:46 by Ted Giana
4.75Mb (171 downloads)
Textures for the CalClassics DC-7C in Pacific Western Airlines colors. The freeware Cal Classic DC-7C by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson is needed for this repaint. Pacific Western operated four DC-7s, and this DC-7C was with the airline from 1964 to 1969. This repaint was tested on P3D v3. It should work on FS2004, FSX & FSX-SE.
Required files:required file
Posted Jun 15, 2018 00:27 by Ted Giana
11.49Mb (587 downloads)
FSX/P3D v3,v4 Blackburn Firebrand The Blackburn Firebrand was a big, brutish, beautiful British Fighter / Torpedo bomber which suffered a long gestation period but was ultimately underpowered and unsuccessful. The prototype flew in 1942 but the type only entered limited Fleet Air Arm service after the Second World War. FSX/P3D Model by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Jun 12, 2018 11:30 by A.F.Scrub
33.24Mb (898 downloads)
This is a cockpit interior and panel update for the Hawker Tempest MKVI recently posted by A.F. Scrub. The package features four liveries, among them the beautiful display bird Blue Thunder. The focus of this update lies on the enhancement of the cockpit interior, an entirely revised photoreal virtual cockpit and 2D panel with animated yoke. Almost all the original gauges have been replaced with new ones, now giving the panels a much more authentic appearance and making them almost look like the real panel. Smoke effect added. Thanks to David Hanvey and Paul Barry for the original FS2004 model, to David Rickets, Jan Rosenberg, Dave Quincey and Matt Wynn for the repaints and to Morton from SOH for the great photoreal 2D panel, which is the base for the VC. Also thanks to A.F. Scrub for his latest native FSX update, which has made it possible to implement this VC, Also thanks to Andre Ludick for his prop texture and some tweaks to the aircraft.cfg. New VC and gauge configuration for the panels as well as interior enhancements and smoke effect by Michael Pook. Flap fix by A.F.Scrub included.
Posted Jun 10, 2018 02:44 by Michael Pook
16.30Mb (1008 downloads)
FSX/P3D V3-V4 Hawker Tempest II As a result of the termination of the Tornado project, the Tempest II was designed from the outset to use the Bristol Centaurus 18 cylinder radial engine . Apart from the Centaurus engine , the Tempest II prototypes were similar to early series Tempest Vs.Tempest IIs produced during the war were intended for combat against Japan, and would have formed part of a proposed British Commonwealth long-range bomber force based on Okinawa, Tiger Force. The Pacific War ended before they could be deployed. Model by A.F.Scrub
Posted Jun 7, 2018 12:15 by A.F.Scrub