PA-28 Piper Cherokee 140 Photoreal Panel.
Designed for Piper Cherokee 140 from Ole Egholm (here)
specially made and optically adapded to the virtual cockpit
and only usable for this aircraft. Additionally Night-Lighting
of the virtual cockpit. Horst Paetzold. 1.5MB
Cessna Citation Panel.
This new panel is a good fit for any of the CITATION series
- as well as other small bizjets. It's photoreal, simple enough
to use - plus some toys to make your flight enjoyable. Rad J
Announcement Panel v1.0 This
panel uses gauges extracted and recompiled from the Boeing 737-400
Panel by Bruce Benaway. The panel is designed to make Crew announcements
while in flight and on the ground. By Gene 'Harrier' Churumov.
Boeing 717 Panel.
Call it DC9, MD80, 717 - whatever. This is/was a great little
plane - as nimble as a regional jet - yet stable as a 757. Douglas
flooded the market with these things while trying to unload
MD11s in package deals. The MD11s are history (shame), but these
boys are still flying high and strong. Almost all pilots jumping
up to the majors flew these planes for years. Admittedly, the
old cockpits were a mess and you needed four eyes to keep track
of the instruments. When the 717, or the first MD90 EHD came
along, they had these glass gauges and it truly became a joy
to fly these things. Now, Boeing has decided to discontinue
production. Check out JCA website for some real nice 717s. Thanks
to Ken Mitchell for his great MFD gauges. Enjoy the panel and
the aircraft before they become classics. by Capt. Rad James
Boeing 767 or 757 Panel.
This is Greetmir Goodeguard's modification of Ken Mitchell's
great Boeing 757 panel. He has made these modifications to comply
with his "VRIF" criteria. (Visibility Readablility Information
& Functionality) This panel has been thoroughly tested and is
believed it to be totally funtional as well as VERY FSNAV friendly.
Although this panel modification is designed to be an ideal
panel for the Boeing 767 series, it surely can be used in any
two engine jet especially Boeing 737's, 757's and 777's. Features
of this panel include Ken Mitchell's super PFD and MFD gauges,
Eric Mariciano's excellent sweep-hand TCAS Radar Gauge. Bob
Guy's very informative Fuel Statistics Gauge and the MSFS 2004
GPS System. Available to the user is also a choice of four different
colour night luminosities for the panel. This is a stand-alone
panel with all files, gauges, bitmaps and installation as well
as PFD and MFD use instructions included. This panel is intended
for FS2004 (FS9) and has NOT been tested on FS2002 or FS2000.
Author: Greetmir Goodeguard. 5.5MB
Pushback Panel v2.0.
This panel uses a new mechanism of XML gauges by Rob Barendregt
that does not require ADF for playing sounds. This makes it
possible to include Brakes sound FX in this version. By Gene