Viscount 805 Eagle Airways Textures only. Eagle Airways
ordered two brand new V.805 Viscounts. This aircraft, originally
to be built for Fred Olsen also served with Eagle (Bermuda)
as VR-BAY. In February 1960 it waas sold to Aer Lingus as EI-ALG
and converted to a series V.808. Withdrawn in November 1969
it was scrapped Dublin in May 1972. Eagle Airways became Cunard
Eagle Airways and later British Eagle International Airways.
Requires the FSDS Viscount 800 model by Rick Piper (here)..Repaint
Garry Russell. 527K
Viscount 707 Eagle Airways Textures only. One of two Viscount
707 aircraft bought from Aer Lingus for the Bermuda division,
VR-BBH purchased in December 1959 is seen in a later version
of the Eagle livery. Later it was transferred to the Cuanrd
Eagle UK as G-ARKI before returning to the Caribbean with Cunard
Eagle Bermuda taking up VR-BBH again. It was sold on to Bahamas
Airways as VP-BCE in January 1964. Eagle Airways became British
Eagle. Requires the FSDS Viscount 700 model by Rick Piper here.
Repaint by Garry Russell. 720K
Viscount 707 Cunard Eagle Airways Textures only. Built for
Aer Lingus as EI-AFW and delivered in March 1954 this aircraft
was sold to Eagle Airways (Bermuda) in January 1960 as VR-BBJ.
In March 1961 it was transferred to the renamed Cunard Eagle
Airways when the shipping company bought a large interest in
Eagle. It became G-ARKH until after Cunard pulled out and teamed
up with BOAC. The airline was renamed British Eagle and this
aircraft was sent back to the caribbean taking up it's previous
marks of VR-BBJ in July 1962. Just two months later it was bought
by Bahamas Airways who sold it in July 1963 to BOAC Associate
Companies and reverted to G-ARKH. It continued with Bahamas
Airways as VP-BCF when repurchased in January 1964. This continued
until December 1968 when it was bought by Bahamas Developement
Corporation and WFU and stored Nassau, Bahamas. Sold to James
Carter in July 1973 it was withdrawn at Little Rock Arkansas.
Sold to Southern International Air Transport in December 1977
it was broken up at California City, California later the same
month. Requires the FSDS Viscount 700 model by Rick Piper here.
Repaint by Garry Russell. 657K
Viscount 708 Starways Textures only. Founded in 1948 based
at Blackpool, Starways moved to Liverpool the following year.
It expanded throughout the 1950 and in 1961 this Viscount was
acquired from Air France where it had served since June 1954
as F-BGNS. At the end of 1962 it was joined by G-APZB a series
707 which came from Tradair. In late 1963 a co-operation agreement
was signed with British Eagle which was in effect a take over
of Starways operations. Effective from 1st January 1964 British
Eagle Viscounts appeared with Starways titles. G-APZB was sold
to Channel and this machine returned to France and a new career
with Air Inter as F-BLHI. It returned to the UK with Alidair
in June 1975 and after various leases and livery changes was
sold in December 1983 to Janus. Eleven months later it was sold
to MMM Aero Services of Zaire as 9Q-CAH in November 1984. However
it only got as far as Ostend in Belgium where it was broken
up in December 1988. Requires the FSDS Viscount 700 model by
Rick Piper here:
Repaint by Garry Russell. 647K
F-27, NLM Textures only.
. This is a repaint of the Fokker F27 in NLM, Dutch Airlines
livery as it started in 1966. Registration: PH-KFB (MSN 10161).
Originaly a F27 Mk.300 Troopship, this aircraft was leased from
the Royal Netherlands Air Force. These are textures only. The
F27-200 model of Mike Stone is required (here).
Repaint by Jaap de Baare. 649K
Piper PA28-140 Package.
A Gmax Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee, v1.0. The oldest model in the
Cherokee series. Features a fully modelled cabin and virtual
cockpit, photorealistic textures, full control surfaces, door
and suspension animation, dynamic shine and glass reflections.
By Ole Egholm. 9.4MB
Beechcraft Starship Update.
This is an update of Mike Stone's Beechcraft Starship and a
view fix for Ken Mitchell's panel made for it. It can be found
on page 39 FS2004
props. Description: This is an update of Mike Stone's Beechcraft
Starship and a view fix for Ken Mitchell's panel made for it.
I have redone the flight dynamics so the aircraft flys better.
The panel update will make Ken's panel work in FS2004 even if
the panel you have does not, and let you see over the nose better.
Bob Chicilo. 116K