AI Piper Arrow Swiss pack. AI
aircraft (for use in air traffic) in 7 real liveries, includes
HB-OKT,HB-OQR,HB-PBF,HB-PMB,HB-PNN,HB-PQE & HB-PQG. Original
aircraft by Dee Waldron.Repainted by Jean-Jacques Parel. 1.3MB
AI Cessna 140 Swiss pack.
AI aircraft (for use in air traffic) in two real liveries, registration
HB-CAB & HB-CAG. Original aircraft by Dee Waldron.Repainted
by Jean-Jacques Parel. 380K
AVIACO ATL.98 Carvair Textures only.
This package contains all three Aviation Traders ATL.98 Carvairs
which at various times between 1964 and 1969 have been operated
by the Spanish airline AVIACO, i.g. Carvair #12 EC-AVD, Carvair
#16 EC-AXI and Carvair #18 EC-AZA. Initially leased the Carvair
EC-AVD for the car-ferry service Barcelona. This turned out
to be a success and AVIACO had two of their Douglas C-54's converted
to be used on the connection Valencia-Palma as well. Following
delivery of EC-AXI, EC-AVD was returned to British United Air
Ferries registered G-AOFW. These are textures only. Requires
ATL 98 Carvair V1.0 aircraft by Jon Walton. jwat98.zip (FS9
Version) here or
jwat98_2k2.zip (FS8 Version) here.
Textures by Jon Walton, revised by Maarten Brouwer. 2.6MB
Viking 1A BEA second livery Textures only.
In the few years the Viking served the fledgling BEA, three
liveries were sported by the type. "Valet" is seen
in the second version. Requires the FSDS Viking model by Rick
Repaint by Garry Russell 949K
Viking 1A Overseas Aviation Textures only.
G-AGRP wore several livery variations durung it time with Overseas.
This was probably the best remembered and became the standard
on the Canadair C-4's as well.The demise of Overseas spelled
the end for this aircraft and withdrawn at Gatwick in March
1962, it was broken up in June the same year. Requires the FSDS
Viking model by Rick Piper (here):
Repaint by Garry Russell. 917K
Viking 1 Overseas Aviation (non standard) Textures only.
Seen here in a none standard variataion of the Overseas livery
is G-AHPJ. Several different schemes seem to have been tried
out. Overseas was registered in May 1957 and operated several
Vikings and grew rapidly acquiring a large fleet of Canadair
C-4 and DC4M2 to supplement and partially replace their Viking
fleet before collapsing in August 1961. This aircraft went on
to Autair before going to France in 1967 as F-BMEU with Europe
Aero Service until sold to TAR in 1971 and broken up at Nice
the same year.Requires the FSDS Viking model by Rick Piper (here):
Repaint by Garry Russell. 941K
Viking 1B Eagle Aviation (BEA basic) Textures only.
Bought form BEA in May 1953 by Eagle Aviation it was sold the
same month to Iraqi Airways then withdrawn, stored and eventually
broke up. It did briefly fly in a BEA residual livery and Eagle
Aviation titles.Requires the FSDS Viking model by Rick Piper:
Repaint by Garry Russell. 959K
Viking 1 Channel Airways early Textures only.
G-AHOZ in the ealier version of the BEA style livery in which
although similar, the pinstripes were actually different. This
aicraft was bought by Channel in the East Anglian days and lasted
until it was withdrawn and stored at Southened in January 1964
and broken up in April the following year. At the time depicted
by this pant it was flying with an unpainted nose cone Requires
the FSDS Viking model by Rick Piper: Repaint by Garry Russell.