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Grumman G-73AT Mallard

This time we feature Grumman G-73AT Mallard by Milton Shupe, Nigel Richards, Rachael Whiteford, Rui Cristina, William Ellis, Martial Feron, Roman Stoviak. Features custom visual model, panel and gauges, custom sounds, custom flight model, and 7 skins.

The Grumman G-73 Mallard is a medium, twin-engined amphibious aircraft. Many have been modified by replacing the original Pratt & Whitney Wasp H radial engines with modern turboprop engines. Manufactured from 1946 to 1951, production ended when Grumman's larger SA-16 Albatross was introduced.

Building on the success of the Goose and Widgeon, Grumman Aircraft developed larger G-73 Mallard for commercial use. Retaining many of the features of the smaller aircraft, such as twin radial engines, high wings with underwing floats, retractable landing gear and a large straight tail, the company built 59 Mallards between 1946 and 1951. Unlike the smaller aircraft, the Mallard featured tricycle gear, stressed skin, a two-step hull and wingtip fuel tanks. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: fsxmaltpv13.zipdownload now
Size: 94.0 MB
Authors: Milton Shupe, Nigel Richards, Rachael Whiteford, Rui Cristina, William Ellis, Martial Feron, Roman Stoviak.
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Role: Amphibious airliner
Introduction: 1946
Number built: 59
Crew: 2
Length: 48 ft 3 in (14.7 m)
Wingspan: 66 ft 7 in (20.3 m)
Height: 18 ft 9 in (5.72 m)
Weight: 8,750 lb (3,969 kg)
Engine: 2 × Pratt & Whitney R-1340 radial engine (originally)
Speed: 187 kn (215 mph; 346 km/h)
Range: 1,120 nmi (1,289 mi; 2,074 km)
Service ceiling: 24,500 ft (7,500 m)

Grumman S2A Tracker

This time we feature Grumman S2A Tracker by Milton Shupe, Tom Fliger, Nigel Richards, Steve Bryant, Todd Disrud, Marcel Ritzema, John Humphries, CDF textures by Jeremy "Tankerguy72" U., and Jan Visser with help from SOH members. Features 2 models, updated textures and bump maps, great flight model, new radial sounds, and custom panels with clickable VC.

The Grumman S-2 Tracker (S2F prior to 1962) was the first purpose-built, single airframe anti-submarine warfare (ASW) aircraft to enter service with the United States Navy. Designed and initially built by Grumman, the Tracker was of conventional design — propeller-driven with twin radial engines, a high wing that could be folded for storage on aircraft carriers, and tricycle undercarriage. The type was exported to a number of navies around the world.

Introduced in 1952, the Tracker and its E-1 Tracer derivative saw service in the U.S. Navy until the mid-1970s, and its C-1 Trader derivative until the mid-1980s, with a few aircraft remaining in service with other air arms into the 21st century. Argentina and Brazil are the last countries to still use the Tracker. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: grums2atrak.zipdownload now
Size: 75.5 MB
Authors: Milton Shupe, Tom Fliger, Nigel Richards, Steve Bryant, Todd Disrud, Marcel Ritzema, John Humphries, CDF textures by Jeremy "Tankerguy72".
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Role: ASW aircraft
Introduction: 1954
Number built: 1,284
Crew: 4
Length: 43 ft 6 in (13.26 m)
Wingspan: 72 ft 7 in (22.12 m)
Height: 17 ft 6 in (5.33 m)
Weight: 18,315 lb (8,310 kg)
Engine: Powerplant: 2 × Wright R-1820-82WA radial engines, 1,525 hp (1,137 kW) each
Speed: 280 mph (450 km/h) at sea level
Range: 1,350 mi (2,170 km) or 9 hours endurance
Service ceiling: 22,000 ft (6,700 m)

Beechcraft D18S Amphibian

This time we feature Beechcraft D18S Amphibian by Milton Shupe, Scott Thomas, André Folkers, Urs Burkhardt, Damian Radice, Manfred [Mani] D.Saliger, Nigel Richards, Bill Ortis, and Roman Stoviak. Features 4 models, custom flight model, new sounds, custom panels and era gauges, complete procedures, checklists and aircraft data.

The Beechcraft Model 18 (or "Twin Beech", as it is also known) is a 6- to 11-seat, twin-engined, low-wing, tailwheel light aircraft manufactured by the Beech Aircraft Corporation of Wichita, Kansas. Continuously produced from 1937 to November 1969 (over 32 years, a world record at the time), over 9,000 were built, making it one of the world's most widely used light aircraft. Continuously Sold worldwide as a civilian executive, utility, cargo aircraft, and passenger airliner on tailwheels, nosewheels, skis, or floats, it was also used as a military aircraft.

During and after World War II, over 4,500 Beech 18s saw military service—as light transport, light bomber (for China), aircrew trainer (for bombing, navigation and gunnery), photo-reconnaissance, and "mother ship" for target drones—including United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) C-45 Expeditor, AT-7 Navigator, AT-11 Kansan; and United States Navy (USN) UC-45J Navigator, SNB-1 Kansan, and others. In World War II, over 90% of USAAF bombardiers and navigators trained in these aircraft. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: d18samfsx.zipdownload now
Size: 75.5 MB
Authors: Milton Shupe, Scott Thomas, André Folkers, Urs Burkhardt, Damian Radice, Manfred [Mani] D.Saliger, Nigel Richards, Bill Ortis, and Roman Stoviak
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Role: Trainer and utility aircraft
Introduction: 1937
Number built: 9,000+
Crew: 2
Length: 34 ft 2 in (10.41 m))
Wingspan: 47 ft 8 in (14.53 m)
Height: 9 ft 8 in (2.95 m)
Weight: 6,175 lb (2,800 kg)
Engine: 2 × Pratt & Whitney R-985-AN-1 "Wasp Junior" radial engines, 450 hp (336 kW) each
Speed: 225 mph (195 knots, 360 km/h)
Range: 1,200 mi (1,000 NM, 1,900 km) at 160 mph (260 km/h)
Service ceiling: 26,000 ft (7,930 m)

DeHavilland Mosquito B. Mk 35

This time we feature DeHavilland Mosquito B. Mk 35 by Dave Garwood, Derek Palmer, Gary Jones, and Juan Villamor. Features 2 models, full cockpit, and complete documentation with pilot's notes, startup procedures, takeoff checklist and operations data.

Originally conceived as a fast bomber without defensive armament, the Mosquito was adapted to many other functions during the war, including: daytime tactical bomber at low and medium altitude night bomber at high altitude, Traffic white (pathfinder), day fighter and night , bomber, maritime strike aircraft and aircraft fotorreconocimiento. However, it was also used by the British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) as a transport.

This aircraft was the only one who flew in Spain with Spanish tuition. Its owner was Rodolfo Bay Wright, commander of Iberia and founder of Spantax. The life of this aircraft was short but intense, Bay made several flights with this plane to Villa Cisneros in order to transport lobster Peninsula, was released in the aircraft without dual controls. He even crossed the Atlantic with the aircraft and the USA, an American pilot flying it, trying to land on a short track he left the field and the aircraft was unrecoverable. This aircraft was a magnificent bomber II G.M. Had two Rolls-Royce Merlin engines 1700 C.V. I could fly to 685 Km / h and an altitude of nearly 11000m. (Source: documentation)


Filename: dh_98_mosq.zipdownload now
Size: 55.8 MB
Authors: Dave Garwood, Derek Palmer, Gary Jones, and Juan Villamor
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Role: Bomber/fighter/strike aircraft
Introduction: 1941
Number built: 7,781
Crew: 2
Length: 44 ft 6 in (13.57 m)
Wingspan: 54 ft 2 in (16.52 m)
Height: 17 ft 5 in (5.3 m)
Weight: 14,300 lb (6,490 kg)
Engine: 2 × Rolls-Royce Merlin 76/77 (left/right) liquid-cooled V12 engine
Speed: 361 kn (415 mph (668 km/h)) at 28,000 ft (8,500 m)
Range: 1,300 nmi (1,500 mi (2,400 km)) with full weapons load
Service ceiling: 37,000 ft (11,000 m)


La Guardia Airport

This time we feature La Guardia Airport by Glenn Johnson. This is a full remake of the default KLGA airport using ADE, SBuilderX and SketchUp. Features new buildings, photo real ground textures and night textures.

LaGuardia Airport (IATA: LGA, ICAO: KLGA, FAA LID: LGA) is an airport in the northern part of the New York City borough of Queens in the United States. It is on the waterfront of Flushing and Bowery Bays in East Elmhurst and borders the neighborhoods of Astoria and Jackson Heights. The airport is the third busiest airport serving New York City, and the twentieth busiest in the United States. LaGuardia Airport covers 680 acres. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: la_guardia_airport.zipdownload now
Size: 51.0 MB
Authors: Glenn Johnson
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Location: East Elmhurst, Queens, New York City, New York, U.S.
Coordinates: 40°46′38.1″N 73°52′21.4″W
Elevation: 21 ft / 6 m
Type: Public
Opening: 1939


Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner

This time we feature Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner by Bob Chicilo and Chris Evans. Features a new HUD, pitch trim gauge, nav/GPS switch along with tweaks to the touchdown sound, wheel positions, and flight model.

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is an American long-haul, mid-size widebody, twin-engine jet airliner made by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Its variants seat 242 to 335 passengers in typical three-class seating configurations. It is the first airliner with an airframe constructed primarily of composite materials. The 787 was designed to be 20% more fuel efficient than the Boeing 767, which it was intended to replace.

Final US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) type certification was received in August 2011 and the first 787-8 was delivered in September 2011. It entered commercial service on October 26, 2011 with launch customer All Nippon Airways. The stretched 787-9 variant, which is 20 feet (6.1 m) longer and can fly 450 nautical miles (830 km) farther than the -8, first flew in September 2013. Deliveries of the 787-9 began in July 2014; it entered commercial service on August 7, 2014 with All Nippon Airways, with 787-9 launch customer Air New Zealand following two days later.

878-8: With a typical capacity of 242 passengers and a range of 7,355 nautical miles (8,464 mi; 13,621 km), the -8 is the base model of the 787 family and was the first to enter service in 2011. The 787-8 is targeted to replace the Boeing 767-200ER and -300ER, as well as expand into new non-stop markets where larger planes would not be economically viable. Approximately 33% of 787 orders are for the 787-8 as of October 2017, with 348 delivered.


Filename: b787-8.zipdownload now
Size: 19.4 MB
Authors: Bob Chicilo and Chris Evans
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Filename: fsxhvyailsnd.zipdownload now
Size: 27.6 MB
Authors: Ali Zied
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Role: Wide-body twin-engine jet airliner
Introduction: 2011
Number built: 625
Crew: 2, seating max. 359, exit limit 381
Length: 186 ft 1 in (56.72 m)
Wingspan: 197 ft 3 in (60.12 m)
Height: 55 ft 10 in (17.02 m)
Weight: 264,500 lb / 119,950 kg
Engine: General Electric GEnx-1B or Rolls-Royce Trent 1000
Speed: Max: Mach 0.90 (516 kn; 956 km/h); Cruise: Mach 0.85 (488 kn; 903 km/h)
Range: 7,355 nmi (13,621 km)
Service ceiling: 43,000 ft (13,100 m)

Fletcher FU24

This time around we feature Fletcher FU24 created by Deane Baunton. Features a fully animated and detailed virtual cockpit with 3d gauges. Includes paint schemes for Super Air, Aero Work, Phoenix Aviation and Fred Fahey Aerial Services.

The FU-24 was loosely based on the Fletcher FD-25 Defender, designed by US aeronautical engineer and light aircraft enthusiast John W. Thorp, and originally conceived in 1951 as an STOL light attack aircraft. The prototype Defender was built by Fletcher Aviation in California and first flew in 1953. A few Defenders were later built in Japan.

The Fletcher is a conventional low-wing monoplane with tricycle undercarriage, side-by-side seating in front of the wing and hopper and pronounced dihedral on the outer wing panels. A door aft of the wing's trailing edge on the port side allows access to a cargo compartment. The Fletcher's airframe is constructed entirely of aluminium, heavily treated to prevent corrosion. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: fu24_v3.zipdownload now
Size: 63.5 MB
Authors: Deane Baunton
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Role: agricultural aircraft
Introduction: 1954
Number built: 297
Crew: 2
Length: 31 ft 10 in (9.70 m)
Wingspan: 42 ft 0 in (12.80 m)
Height: 9 ft 4 in (2.84 m)
Weight: 2,620 lb (1,188 kg)
Engine: 1 × Textron Lycoming IO-720-A1A air-cooled flat-eight engine, 400 hp (300 kW)
Speed: 145 mph (233 km/h; 126 kn) at sea level
Range: 441 mi (383 nmi; 710 km)
Service ceiling: 16,000 ft (4,900 m)

Boeing BAE T-45C Goshawk

This time around we feature Boeing BAE T-45C Goshawk created by Dino Cattaneo, Jivko "Neutrino" Rusev and Scott Printz, and Serge "fsxnavypilot" Lsa. The T-45C Goshawk is a heavily modified version of the Bae Hawk single engine jet trainer, adapted to aircraft carrier ops. This package contains an entirely new visual model with self shadowing, bump mapping and hi-res textures, working virtual cockpit, 3D gauges and reasonably accurate flight model.

The T-45 Goshawk is a fully carrier-capable version of the British Aerospace Hawk Mk.60. It was developed as a jet flight trainer for the United States Navy (USN) and United States Marine Corps (USMC).

The Hawk had not originally been designed to perform carrier operations; accordingly, numerous modifications were required to produce a suitable aircraft for such use, such as the extensive strengthening of the airframe, which had been necessitated in order to withstand the excessive forces imposed by the stresses involved in catapult launches and high sink-rate landings, both scenarios being routine in aircraft carrier operations. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: t45cgoshawk.zipdownload now
Size: 140.5 MB
Authors: Dino Cattaneo, Jivko "Neutrino" Rusev and Scott Printz, and Serge "fsxnavypilot" Lsa
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Role: Naval trainer aircraft
Introduction: 1991
Number built: 221
Crew: 2 (student, instructor)
Length: 39 ft 4 in (11.99 m)
Wingspan: 30 ft 10 in (9.39 m)
Height: 13 ft 5 in (4.08 m)
Weight: 10,403 lb (4,460 kg)
Engine: 1 × Rolls-Royce Turbomeca F405-RR-401 (Adour) turbofan, 5,527 lbf (26 kN)
Speed: 560 knots, (645 mph, 1,038 km/h) at 8,000 ft
Range: 700 nmi (805 mi, 1288 km)

Global Super Tanker Boeing 747-400

This time around we feature Global Super Tanker Boeing 747-400 created by Rob Barendregt, updated by juan30005. Virtual Cockpit 3D, camera, effects, sound, panel, updated 4K textures, and gauges.

The B747-400 SuperTanker is the true “Next Gen” air tanker. It joins the worlds fleet of aerial firefighting tankers not only as the youngest VLAT (VERY LARGE AIR TANKER) but with almost twice the capacity of the next largest aerial tanker.

With true Global reach, the SuperTanker can be almost anywhere in the world in under 20 hours, including fuel stops, if necessary. Configured with 14 first class seats and 2 bunks for the support staff and additional flight crew, the SuperTanker arrives ready to begin previously coordinated flight operations with the host agency. (Source:


Filename: b747_global_supert.zipdownload now
Size: 44.6 MB
Authors: juan30005, Rob Barendregt
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Role: Firefighting
Introduction: 2006
Number built: 3
Crew: 2
Length: 231 ft 10 in (70.66 m)
Wingspan: 211 ft 5 in (64.44 m)
Height: 63 ft 8 in (19.4 m)
Weight: 875,000 lb / 396,890 kg
Engine: PW4000 / GE CF6 / RR RB211
Speed: Mach 0.92 (542 kn; 1,004 km/h)
Range: 7,285nmi / 13,490km


McDonnell F-101 Voodoo

This time around we feature McDonnellF101Voodoo created by Alphasim, updated by Henk Schuitemaker and Dave Quincey. Included are 13 paint schemes with reflective and specular shine, virtual cockpit, and complete animations. P3D users be sure to change the sound configuration from Lear 45 to P3D F-35A or another jet sound.

Initially designed by McDonnell Aircraft as a long-range bomber escort (known as a penetration fighter) for the Strategic Air Command (SAC), the Voodoo was instead developed as a nuclear-armed fighter-bomber for the Tactical Air Command (TAC), and as a photo reconnaissance aircraft based on the same airframe.

An F-101A set a number of world speed records for jet powered aircraft, including fastest airspeed, attaining 1,207.6 miles (1,943.4 km) per hour on 12 December 1957. They operated in the reconnaissance role until 1979. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: f-101b-voodoo.zipdownload now
Size: 66.8 MB
Authors: Alphasim, updated by Henk Schuitemaker and Dave Quincey
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Role: Fighter aircraft
Introduction: 1957
Number built: 807
Crew: 2
Length: 67 ft 5 in (20.55 m)
Wingspan: 39 ft 8 in (12.09 m)
Height: 18 ft 0 in (5.49 m)
Empty weight: 28,495 lb (12,925 kg)
Engine: 2 × Pratt & Whitney J57-P-55 afterburning turbojets
Speed: Mach 1.72 (1,134 mph, 1,825 km/h) at 35,000 ft (10,500 m)
Range: 1,520 mi (1,320 nm, 2,450 km)
Service ceiling: 58,400 ft (17,800 m)

Port Columbus International Airport

This time around we feature Port Columbus International Airport created by Matthew Derr. KCMH is located 6 miles east of downtown Columbus, Ohio, USA. Features an updated AFCAD airport layout, custom-made terminal building and surrounding facilities.

Port Columbus International Airport commonly shortened to Port Columbus, is a Class C international airport located 6 miles east of downtown Columbus, Ohio, USA. It provides 140 non-stop flights to 34 airports via both the legacy and low-cost airlines. KCMH is the largest passenger airport in central Ohio and second busiest in the state after Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.


Filename: kcmh.zipdownload now
Size: 152.6 MB
Authors: Matthew Derr
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Location: Columbus, Ohio, USA
Coordinates: 39-59-49.0000N, 082-53-31.8000W
Elevation: 815 ft. / 248.4 m
Type: Public
Opening: 1937


Aryus Cessna 56X

This time around we feature Aryus Cessna 56X created by Aryus Works and Jeffrey Bryner. This package includes the Aryus Cessna 56X aircraft with 2D panel and virtual cockpit.

The Cessna Citation Excel (Model 560XL) is a turbofan-powered, medium-sized business jet built by the Cessna Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas, United States. A member of the wide-ranging Citation brand of business jets, the Excel was evolved into the Citation XLS and then the Citation XLS+ models.

The Citation XLS+, or simply "Plus" configuration was the upgraded version of the aircraft, with the inclusion of FADEC engine controls, improved PW545C engines, and a completely revised nose design similar to that found on the Citation Sovereign and Citation X. The Citation XLS+ features Collins Pro Line 21 Avionics and a four screen LCD EFIS display as opposed to the three tube (CRT) Honeywell display in the XL and the three screen LCD Primus 1000 in the XLS. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: Aryus_C56X.zipdownload now
Size: 51.7 MB
Authors: Aryus Works, Jeffrey Bryner
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Role: Business jet
Introduction: 1996
Number built: 575
Seating: 2 crew, 9 passengers
Length: 52 ft 6 in (16.0 m)
Wingspan: 56 ft 4 in (17.17 m)
Height: 17 ft 2 in (5.23 m)
Empty weight: 12,800 lb (5,086 kg)
Engine: 2 × Pratt & Whitney Canada PW545C turbofans, 4,119 lb (18.32 kN) each
Speed: 441 ktas (507 mph (816 km/h))
Range: 3,441 km (2,138 mi) (1,858 nautical miles)
Service ceiling: 45,000 ft (13,716 m)

Lockheed T-33A T-Bird and Allison J33 Soundset

This time around we feature Lockheed T-33A T-Bird created by Tim Conrad and Allison J33-A-35 Turbojet Soundset by Greg Logan. The aircraft package includes the T-33A T-bird with 10 liveries, complete animations, full virtual cockpit, and custom gauges. The sounds package features real recordings of the Allison J33-A-35 turbojet.

The Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star (or T-Bird) is an American jet trainer aircraft. It was produced by Lockheed and made its first flight in 1948 piloted by Tony LeVier. The T-33 was developed from the Lockheed P-80/F-80 starting as TP-80C/TF-80C in development, then designated T-33A. It was used by the U.S. Navy initially as TO-2 then TV-2, and after 1962, T-33B. As of 2015, Canadian-built examples were still in-service with the Bolivian Air Force.

Originally designated the TF-80C, the T-33 made its first flight on 22 March 1948 with U.S. production taking place from 1948 to 1959. The US Navy used the T-33 as a land-based trainer starting in 1949. It was designated the TV-2, but was redesignated the T-33B in 1962. The Navy operated some ex-USAF P-80Cs as the TO-1, changed to the TV-1 about a year later. A carrier-capable version of the P-80/T-33 family was subsequently developed by Lockheed, eventually leading to the late 1950s to 1970s T2V-1/T-1A SeaStar. The two prototype TF-80Cs were modified as prototypes for an all-weather two-seater fighter variant which became the F-94 Starfire. A total of 6,557 Shooting Stars were produced, 5,691 by Lockheed, 210 by Kawasaki and 656 by Canadair.

A limited number of T-33s have found their way into private hands and have been used by Boeing as a chase aircraft. In 2010, one of two T-33 Shooting Stars owned by Boeing was used as a chase aircraft during the maiden flight of the Boeing 787. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: lockheedt33a.zipdownload now
Size: 101.0 MB
Authors: Tim Conrad
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D


Filename: j33sndfs.zipdownload now
Size: 14.0 MB
Authors: Greg Logan
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D


Role: Training aircraft
Introduction: 1948
Number built: 6,557
Crew: 2
Length: 37 ft 9 in (11.51 m)
Wingspan: 38 ft  10 1⁄2 in (11.85 m)
Height: 11 ft 8 in (3.55 m)
Empty weight: 8,365 lb (3,794 kg)
Engine: 1 × Allison J33-A-35 centrifugal compressor turbojet, 5,400 lbf (water injection), 4,600 lbf continuous (24.0 kN)
Speed: 600 mph (521 knots, 965 km/h) at sea level
Range: 1,275 mi (1,110 nmi, 2,050 km)
Service ceiling: 48,000 ft (14,630 m)

Aena Boeing 727-200

This time around we feature Aena Boeing 727-200 created by Thomas Ruth, Juan Villamor, Anthony Eades, Jacob Larsen, Dore Aircrafts, Rob Barendregt, and Juan Villamor. This package includes the Boeing 727-200 with custom panel, gauges and sound files. Includes flight crew manual and complete documentation.

The Boeing 727 is a midsized, narrow-body three-engined jet aircraft built by Boeing Commercial Airplanes from the early 1960s to 1984. It can carry 149 to 189 passengers and later models can fly up to 2,700 nautical miles (5,000 km) nonstop. Intended for short and medium-length flights, the 727 can use relatively short runways at smaller airports. It has three Pratt & Whitney JT8D engines below the T-tail, one on each side of the rear fuselage with a center engine that connects through an S-duct to an inlet at the base of the fin. The 727 is Boeing's only trijet aircraft.

The 727 was heavily produced into the 1970s; the last 727 was completed in 1984. As of July 2016, a total of 64 Boeing 727s (4× 727-100s and 60× -200s) were in commercial service with 26 airlines, plus a few more in government and private use. Airport noise regulations have led to 727s being equipped with hush kits. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: aena_boeing_727-200.zipdownload now
Size: 35.8 MB
Authors: Thomas Ruth, Juan Villamor, Anthony Eades, Jacob Larsen, Dore Aircrafts, Rob Barendregt, and Juan Villamor
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Role: Narrow-body jet airliner
Introduction: 1964
Crew: 3- pilot, copilot, and flight engineer
Speed: Mach 0.9 (961 km/h; 519 kn). 865-953 km/h / 467-515 kt
Range: 1,900 nmi (3,500 km)
Engine: 3 × Pratt & Whitney JT8D-7/9/11
Service ceiling: 42,000 ft (13,000 m)
Empty weight: 97,650 lb / 44,330 kg
Length: 153 ft 2 in / 46.68 m
Wingspan: 108 ft / 32.92 m
Height: 34 ft 11 in / 10.65 m


Boeing C-97

This time around we feature Boeing C-97 created by Roland Berger, Manfred Jahn, William N. Davidson, Dan McManus, Wayne Tudor, and Ted Wolfgang. This complete Boeing C-97 Stratofreighter/Stratotanker package includes six models: the YC-97A, C-97G, EC-97G, KC-97G, HC-97G, and KC-97L.

The Boeing C-97 Stratofreighter is a long-range heavy military cargo aircraft developed from the B-29 and B-50 bombers. Design work began in 1942, with the prototype's first flight being on 9 November 1944, and the first production aircraft entered service in 1947.

Between 1947 and 1958, 888 C-97s in several versions were built, 811 being KC-97 tankers. C-97s served in the Berlin Airlift, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. Some aircraft served as flying command posts for the Strategic Air Command, while others were modified for use in Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadrons (ARRS). (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: boeing_c-97.zipdownload now
Size: 135.2 MB
Authors: Roland Berger, Manfred Jahn, William N. Davidson, Dan McManus, Wayne Tudor, and Ted Wolfgang
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Role: Military transport aircraft
Introduction: 1947
Crew: 5–6 (Pilot, Copilot, Navigator, Flight engineer, 1–2 Loadmasters)
Speed: 375 mph (603 km/h)
Range: 4,949 mi (4,300 nm, 6,920 km)
Engine: 4 × Pratt & Whitney R-4360B Wasp Major radial engines, 3,500 hp (2,610 kW) 28-cylinders each
Service ceiling: 35,000 ft (10,670 m)
Empty weight: 82,500 lb (37,410 kg)
Length: 110 ft 4 in (33.7 m)
Wingspan: 141 ft 3 in (43.1 m)
Height: 38 ft 3 in (11.7 m)

Embraer A-29B Super Tucano

This time around we feature Embraer A-29B Super Tucano created by Tim Conrad, Luiz Alvarenga, Doug Dawson, repackaged by Gary Moore. This package includes updated sounds, 2D panel, extra aircraft and cockpit views, cockpit sound effects and 3 paint schemes (grey, grey/green and yellow).

The Embraer Super Tucano is a turboprop light attack aircraft designed for counter insurgency, close air support, aerial reconnaissance missions in low threat environments, as well as providing pilot training. Designed to operate in high temperature and humidity conditions in extremely rugged terrain, the Super Tucano is highly maneuverable, has a low heat signature, incorporates fourth generation avionics and weapons system to deliver precision guided munitions. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: embraer_a-29b.zipdownload now
Size: 84.2 MB
Authors: Tim Conrad, Luiz Alvarenga, Doug Dawson, repackaged by Gary Moore
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Role: Attack aircraft
Introduction: 2003
Crew: 2
Speed: 590 km/h (319 knots, 367 mph)
Range: 720 nmi (827 mi, 1,330 km)
Engine: 1 Hartzell 5-blade constant speed, fully feathering, reversible-pitch
Service ceiling: 10,668 m (35,000 ft)
Empty weight: 3,200 kg (7,055 lb)
Length: 11.38 m (37 ft 4 in)
Wingspan: 11.14 m (36 ft 6.5 in)
Height: 3.97 m (13 ft 0.25 in)

Ibiza X

This time around we feature Ibiza X created by Stan Fröhlich. Features photo scenery of Ibiza and Formentera and surrounding airport area, autogen from Open Streetmap data, RTM1 30m resolution elevation model of the whole island, freeway traffic, airport layout from actual charts 2015 including actual frequencies and navaids, ILS06, airport 3D objects are default FSX, actual parking spot, apron and taxiway markings, fuel trigger at gas station.

Ibiza Airport is the international airport serving the Balearic Islands of Ibiza and Formentera in Spain located 7 km (4.3 mi) southwest of Ibiza Town. As the island is a major European holiday destination, it features some year-round domestic services as well as several dozen seasonal routes to cities across Europe. It is also used as a seasonal hub by Vueling and is used by 95% of all people who arrive at or depart from these two islands. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: sfd_leib_ibiza_x.zipdownload now
Size: 124.4 MB
Authors: Stan Fröhlichh
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Location: Ibiza, Spain
Coordinates: 38°52′22″N 01°22′33″E
Elevation: 24 ft / 7 m
Type: Public


Antonov An-124

This time around we feature Antonov An-124 created by Thomas Ruth, Douglas E. Trapp, Philippe Wallaert, Dietmar Loleit, and Garrett Smith. This package features 5 models of the Antonov An-124. Includes 2D and 3D panels, TCAS, FMC, a new FE panel and reworked textures. A 10-page PDF manual is included.

The Antonov An-124 Ruslan is a strategic airlift jet aircraft. It was designed by the Antonov design bureau in the Ukrainian SSR, then part of the Soviet Union (USSR). Until the Boeing 747-8F, the An-124 was, for thirty years, the world's highest aircraft gross weight production cargo airplane and second heaviest operating cargo aircraft, behind the one-off Antonov An-225 (a greatly enlarged design based on the An-124). The An-124 remains the largest military transport aircraft in the world. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: antonov-an-124.zipdownload now
Size: 39.2 MB
Authors:Thomas Ruth, Douglas E. Trapp, Philippe Wallaert, Dietmar Loleit, and Garrett Smith
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Role: Transport aircraft
Introduction: 1986
Crew: 4–6 (88-350 passengers)
Speed: 865 km/h (467 kn (537 mph))
Range: 5,200 km (2,808 nm, 3231 mi)
Engine: 4 × Progress D-18T turbofans, 229.5 kN (51,600 lbf) each
Service ceiling: 12,000 m (39,370 ft)
Empty weight: 175,000 kg (385,000 lb)
Length: 68.96 m (226 ft 3 in)
Wingspan: 73.3 m (240 ft 5 in)
Height: 20.78 m (68 ft 2 in)

Brussels Airlines Airbus A320

This time around we feature Brussels Airlines Airbus A320 created by Project Airbus and Mees Jansen (LRI). This package includes one model of Brussels Airlines in the special Tintin livery. Includes - The PA A320CFM model custom CFM sound, virtual cockpit, 32bit textures, effects, flyby-wire controls, GPWS, dynamic animations, alpha channels and FMC. If you have trouble starting the engines, read the User Manual PDF page 32.

The Airbus A320 family consists of short- to medium-range, narrow-body, commercial passenger twin-engine jet airliners manufactured by Airbus. The first member of the A320 family—the A320—was launched in March 1984, first flew on 22 February 1987, and was first delivered in March 1988. The family was extended to include the A321 (first delivered 1994), the A319 (1996), and the A318 (2003). The A320 family pioneered the use of digital fly-by-wire flight control systems, as well as side-stick controls, in commercial aircraft. There has been a continuous improvement process since introduction. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: brussels_airbus_a320.zipdownload now
Size: 76.9 MB
Authors: Project Airbus and Mees Jansen (LRI)
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Role: Narrow-body jet airliner
Introduction: 1988
Crew: 2 (190 passengers)
Speed: Mach 0.82 (871 km/h/537 mph at 11,000 m/36,000 ft)
Range: 3,100 nmi (5,700 km; 3,600 mi)
Engine: 2 × CFM International CFM56-5 series / IAE V2500 series
Service ceiling: 12,000 m (39,000 ft)
Empty weight: 42,600 kg (93,900 lb)
Length: 37.57 m (123 ft 3 in)
Wingspan: 34.10 m (111 ft 11 in)
Height: 11.76 m (38 ft 7 in)

Aero Boero AB-180

This time around we feature Aero Boero AB-180 created by OIMD Developmente and Aaron R. Swindle. This package includes two models, one with two pilots the other without pilots. Includes full virtual cockpit.

The Aero Boero AB-180 is an Argentine civil utility aircraft, a substantially improved development of the AB-95. It featured a more powerful engine and incorporated the aerodynamic changes made on the AB-115 and improved on them. The first example flew in 1967 and was in production until 2000. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: ab-180-aero-boero.zipdownload now
Size: 34.5 MB
Authors: OIMD Developmente and Aaron R. Swindle
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v3


Role: Strategic Civil utility aircraft
Introduction: 1969
Crew: 1 (2 passengers)
Speed: 225 km/h (122 knots, 140 mph) at sea level
Range: 1,180 km (636 nmi, 733 mi)
Engine: 1 × Textron Lycoming O-360-A1A air-cooled flat-four, 134 kW (180 hp at 2700 rpm)
Service ceiling: 7,000 m+ (23,000 ft)
Empty weight: 602 kg (1,327 lb)
Length: 7.08 m (23 ft 2¾ in)
Wingspan: 10.78 m (35 ft 4½ in)
Height: 2.05 m (6 ft 8¾ in)

Lockheed C5 Galaxy

This time around we feature Lockheed C5 Galaxy created by Alpha Simulations, Michael Pook and Erwin Welker. This is an update for the Alphasim Lockheed C-5 Galaxy. The package features a modified and enhanced VC which now has more gauges compared to the default VC. The panel has corrected popup windows for the autopilot and other gauges. Four great repaints by different authors are included in the package. The aircraft has a new smoke effect.

The Lockheed C-5 Galaxy is a large military transport aircraft originally designed and built by Lockheed, and now maintained and upgraded by its successor, Lockheed Martin. It provides the United States Air Force (USAF) with a heavy intercontinental-range strategic airlift capability, one that can carry outsize and oversize loads, including all air-certifiable cargo. The Galaxy has many similarities to its smaller Lockheed C-141 Starlifter predecessor, and the later Boeing C-17 Globemaster III. The C-5 is among the largest military aircraft in the world. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: FSX_LockheedC5_Galaxy.zipdownload now
Size: 77.4 MB
Authors: Alpha Simulations, Michael Pook and Erwin Welker
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v3


Role: Strategic airlifter
Introduction: 1970
Crew: 7 typical
Speed: Mach 0.79 (503 kn, 579 mph, 932 km/h)
Range: 2,400 nmi (2,760 mi, 4,440 km) with a 263,200 lb (119,400 kg) payload
Engine: 4 × General Electric TF39-GE-1C high-bypass turbofan, 43,000 lbf (190 kN) each
Service ceiling: 35,700 ft (10,600 m) at 615,000 lb (279,000 kg) gross weight
Empty weight: 380,000 lb (172,370 kg)
Length: 247 ft 1 in (75.31 m)
Wingspan: 222 ft 9 in (67.89 m)
Height: 65 ft 1 in (19.84 m)

Beechcraft Bonanza P35

This time around we feature Beechcraft Bonanza P35 created by Brett Henderson and Alejandro Rojas Lucena. This package makes use of high resolution textures and was designed for FSX SP2. Features a fully usable virtual cockpit, custom gauges and unique custom compass, realistic flight model, full animation including unique v-tail rudder-vators.

The Beechcraft Bonanza is an American general aviation aircraft introduced in 1947 by Beech Aircraft Corporation of Wichita, Kansas. The six-seater, single-engine aircraft is still being produced by Beechcraft and has been in continuous production longer than any other airplane in history. More than 17,000 Bonanzas of all variants have been built, produced in both distinctive V-tail as well as conventional tail configurations.

Designed by a team led by Ralph Harmon, the model 35 Bonanza was a relatively fast, low-wing monoplane at a time when most light aircraft were still made of wood and fabric. The Model 35 featured retractable landing gear, and its signature V-tail (equipped with a combination elevator-rudder called a ruddervator), which made it both efficient and the most distinctive private aircraft in the sky. The prototype 35 Bonanza made its first flight on 22 December 1945, with the first production aircraft debuting as 1947 models. (Source: Wikipedia)


Filename: beech_p35.zipdownload now
Size: 21.3 MB
Authors: Brett Henderson and Alejandro Rojas Lucena
Works with: FSX, Prepar3D v4


Role: Civil utility aircraft
Introduction: 1947
Crew: 1 pilot, 5 passengers
Speed: 176 kn (203 mph; 326 km/h)
Range: 221 nmi (254 mi; 409 km) with full passenger load
Engine: 1 × Continental IO-550-B , 300 hp (220 kW)
Service ceiling: 18,500 ft (5,600 m)
Empty weight: 2,517 lb (1,142 kg)
Length: 27 ft 6 in (8.38 m)
Wingspan: 33 ft 6 in (10.21 m)
Height: 8 ft 7 in (2.62 m)