IAI Arava 201 Fuerza Aérea Colombiana Package.
The arava is a light weight cargo plane, it was designed to
be a multifunctional aircraft. The Colombian Air Force bought
3 of they in the 80's and since then they are flying through
all the country. FSDS Model, totally animated, with vc and functional
cargo door (Shift E + 2). Model, Texture and Panel: Eduardo
Fadul. Panel helper: Alejandro Villa Cabal. 4.1MB
Luscombe Model 8A Package.
The Luscombe Model 8 was one of those classics in aviation that
was recognized for its nice lines, good performance, and excellent
flying characteristics from its inception 1n 1938. A two-place
side-by-side airplane, the Model 8A was re-marketed shortly
after World War II with the intention of fulfilling the “airplane-in-every-garage”
ideal. Most of these 100 mph cruise speedsters were powered
by Continental four-cylinder 65 hp engines . The best overall
description of this particular Luscombe creation was simple:
it was a “thoroughbred”! The Model 8A represented the next step
in Don Luscombe’s pioneering work in all-metal aircraft design.
In the early years of company history, he had little competition
in that category, but the widespread production of all-metal
military aircraft during World War II propelled several of Luscombe’s
competitors directly into this market. Eventually the proliferation
of these types drove Luscombe in bankruptcy. Today it remains
popular as a classic aircraft. By Lynn and Bill Lyons. 6.1MB
Zlin Z-43 Package.
The Z-43 is another member of Z-40 family produced by Moravan
Otrokovice. It was designed as a modern substitute for L-40
Metasokol in the second half of the 1960s. It's construction
is based on it's predecessor, the Z-42. The "Four-three", as
it is dubbed in many Czech aeroclubs, is used for basic training
including radionavigation, sightseeing flights and sport flying.
Z-43s are also used for precision flying and flying rally. The
model of Zlin Z-43 made with FSDS 2.24 and contained 17.949
poligons. Extremely modeled exterior and engine section! All
available parts are animated such as ailerons, elevators, rudder,
nose gear and his suspension, passenger and baggage doors, engine
covers, pilot, arms and pedals. Custom 2D panel and gauges,
fully animated and working virtual cockpit. Ten paint scheme
and three visual model available including official Pannon Wings
Design Team livery. Designed by PWDT & CVA Design - Bence Benedek,
Tibor Kokai, Jiri Brozek, Jiri Masnik, Istvan Jankovics. 15.1MB.
Piper PA23 Apache Package.
The origins of the PA-23 Apache 150 (one of the first widely
available GA twins and Piper's first "Indian") lie in the early
postwar Twin Stinson design. This rugged easy to fly twin survives
today and has been used over the years to train many pilots
in multi engined aircraft. To honor the tradition of small farm
strips scattered throughout our country we present your own
dairy farm set in 1950s Minnesota! There is a sloping dirt strip
complete with mud puddle so you can splash water on your take
offs, if like most of us you're still a kid at heart.;o) The
winters in Minnesota are not for the feint of heart and the
included flights will give you a chance to experience them first
hand! The scenery setting is close to Lake Superior where your
float version of the Apache is based. You can brave the cold
November winds to rescue a stranded ferry or take a leisurely
flight around the lake to see the Fall colors! By Lynn and Bill
Viscount 708 Alidair 1979 Textures only.
After a couple of spells on lease to Dan Air, G-ARGR was back
in Alidair livery in 1979. This livery had slightly evolved
from the early days of Viscount 700 operations. Over the years
many variations of this basic Alidair scheme appeared including
an early change to blue titles from the previous red. Alidair
became Inter City Airways in 1981. Requires the FSDS Viscount
700 model by Rick Piper here.
Repaint by Garry Russell. 524K
Viscount 708 Alidair 1975 Textures only. One
of the ex Air Inter Viscount fleet purchased by Alidair, this
was at the time the oldest flying Viscount. It became infamous
in a spetacular non fatal forced landing on the 17-July 1980
when it ran out of fuel ten miles short of Exeter airport. This
is the first of many livery Variations worn by the Alidair fleet.
Requires the FSDS Viscount 700 model by Rick Piper: here.
Repaint by Garry Russell. 560K
Viscount 735 Alidair Scotland 1981 Textures only.
The last variation of the Alidair Scotland yellow and blue livery
is worn here by G-BFMW. Gaining registration last two on the
fin, large bold titles and a completely black cockpit area,
this was the last year of service for this ex Iraqi aircraft.
Withdrawn at Castle Donnington in January 1982 it was first
stored then broken up for spares. Requires the FSDS Viscount
700 model by Rick Piper: here
Repaint by Garry Russell. 579K
Viscount 735 Alidair Scotland 1978 Textures only.
One of two series 735 bought from Iraqi Airways G-BFMW served
all it's time with Alidair flying for the Scottish division.
Taking up UK marks in March 1978 it was withdrawn in January
1982 and later broken up. The other ex Iraq machine entered
service as the first aircraft of the then new Guernsey Airlines
a member of the Alidair group. Requires the FSDS Viscount 700
model by Rick Piper: here
. Repaint by Garry Russell. 645K
Viscount 708 Alidair Scotland 1976 Textures only. The early
days of Alidair Scotland sees G-ARBY wearing the flags of both
the UK and Scotland. The division was created when Alidair had
shifted it's emphasis on oil related work based at Aberdeen.
Although it continued in other areas the Scottish operation
formed a major part of the companies activities. Requires the
FSDS Viscount 700 model by Rick Piper here.
Repaint by Garry Russell. 511K