Viscount ABC early livery Textures
only. A quick glance at the widow arrangement forward of the
wing tells you this is a very different machine. One of three
Aer Lingus Viscounts converted to V808PCF (Palletised Cargo
Freighter) in the mid sixties this aircraft served with ABC
and then went on to become BAF's Freightmaster. You will need
the FSDS Viscount 800 model by Rick Piper here.
Repaint by Garry Russell. 465K
Animated gear, dampers, propellers, doors, and control surfaces,
Dynamic Clickable Virtual Cockpit. Design & Artwork by Mario
This is a correction for the panel.cfg file so there is no
problems for the plane to load and work in 2004. Bob Chicilo.
Viscount Euroair Textures only.
After a spell in Canada, ex BEA/BA and BAF Viscount 806 G-AOYH
returned to the UK as G-BNAA. One of a handful of the type operated
by euroair it, like the others ended back with BAF. You will
need the FSDS Viscount 800 model by Rick Piper here
by Garry Russell. 331K
Viscount 803 BAF 1971 Textures only.
EI-AOI. Long before they became a major user of the type British
Air Ferries leased this Viscount 803 from Aer Lingus during
1971. Returned to the owner in October it never flew again and
was later broken up still in BAF livery. You will need the FSDS
Viscount 800 model by Rick Piper here
Repaint by Garry Russell. 494K
Vanguard Europe Aero Service Textures only
(Invicta basic). EAS Vanguards were kept in the basic Air Canada
livery whereas Invicta kept most of the ACA scheme but added
a black stripe above the cheatline and re styled the line under
the tailplane. F-BXOG was bought from Invicta and entered service
still in its basic Invicta version and with "Vanguard" on the
fin deleted, proudly calling itself a Rolls-Royce VC 9. You
will need the FSDS Vanguard 952 model by Rick Piper here
Repaint by Garry Russell. 717K
Vanguard Red square last variation Textures only.
The fuel crisis in the early seventies meant a reprieve for
G-APEF when it was returned to service showing signs of its
time in storage. 'EF was one of a few Vanguards that appeared
apparently sporting white nose cones. In reality it was mearly
old coloured machines sporting nose cones painted in the later
livery i.e. light grey. This was the only 951 to be sold. It
went to Merpati Nusantara Airways briefly before the new owners
withdrew and scrapped it. Requires the FSDS Vanguard model by
Rick Piper here
Repaint by Garry Russell. 647K
Vanguard first Red square livery Textures only.
The first Vanguard in the red square livery it intially flew
with a natural or dark metalic grey underside and small squares.
The grey was soon lightened but the small squares remained a
feature of the early days. Requires the FSDS Vanguard model
by Rick Piper here
Repaint by Garry Russell. 524K