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FS2004 Viscount 784 Philippine Air Lines Textures only. This was the first of two aircraft ordered in April 1956. Later supplemented by two additional machines the four served mainly domestic services until 1967. After one had been sold in 1965 to Alitalia the three remaning aircraft joined Falcon Air of Sweden. Requires the FSDS Viscount 700 model by Rick Piper here. . Repaint by Garry Russell. 723K
FS2004 Default King Air 350 White/Blue Textures only. Painted by Cristiano Magnani. 1MB
FS2004 Air Ram Saab 340, Model designed by Mike Stone, Painted by Matt Wynn and Tested By Matt Wynn and Daniel Collins. 855K

FS2004 Atr 42-300 Package Brasil Livery Atr42 pack complete, ATR-42 2d panel , Virtual cockpit, check list, sound and smoke efects airlines colours Pantanal, Passaredo, Total, Trip project by Cristiano Magnani. Model by F. Sánchez-Castañer. 5.9MB

FS2004 Viscount 806 British World (BAF livery) Textures only. Only one Viscount was fully repainted in the British World livery. Most of the survivors retained their BAF livery with BWA titles added. This was the last Viscount to operate into Heathrow. Requires the FSDS Viscount 800 model by Rick Piper here. Repaint Garry Russell. 473K
FS2004 Fairchild SA227-AC Metro III Derived from the Merlin corporate transport, the Metro commuter is highly recognizable for its extremely long, thin fuselage. Fast and reliable it has proven very popular with commuter airlines. By Mike Stone. 467K
FS2004 Fairchild SA227-AT Merlin III Originally designed by Swearingen as an executive transport, production was later taken over by Fairchild. It wasn't as popular as its larger cousin, the Metro, but several hundred were built before production ceased. By Mike Stone. 542K
FS2004 Viscount 736 British Midland 1967 Textures only. Acquired in January 1967 by way of a swap with BU(CI)A which took a Herald this was British Midlands first of many Viscounts. Although the 700 were only operated for a couple of year the later 810 aircraft formed the backbone of the airline until slowly being replaced by DC9’s in the later half for the 1970s. Even then it was not until 1988 that the final service was flown. This aircraft was not to see even the end of the 700 era. It was written off on Feb 20th 1969 in a non fatal undershoot at East Midlands in a snow storm. The aircraft landed heavily the fuselage breaking just behind the wing. Requires the FSDS Viscount 700 model by Rick Piper (here). Repaint by Garry Russell. 605K

FS2004 Piper Cherokee Six-300 The PA-32 series began life as the Cherokee Six, a significantly modified six seat development of the PA-28 Cherokee series. While similar in configuration to the Cherokee, the Cherokee Six differed in a number of major areas. Two of the big differences were implied in its name, a six cylinder O-540 or IO-540 powerplant, and the six seat configuration. While the wing was based on the Cherokee's, the fuselage was substantially larger, with strengthened undercarriage and a larger tail. This package includes an updated model from my previous release, which adds opening doors, better flight dynamics, a few texture fixes, aileron movement fix, and a new paint scheme (reflective textures), and panel. This model is compatible with the previous version, so any paint schemes you have will work with this model. By Fred Choate. 1.2MB
FS2004 Beechcraft King Air C90B. Visual Model by Dee Waldron and Henry Tomkiewicz, April 2005 Flight Model by Michael Verlin and Steve Small Panel and Textures by Michael Verlin. 6.2MB