Bare Metal, and Yellow repaints for the Vought F5U \"Flying Flapjack\" ( f5uds.zip , required, available at flightsim.com) V1.1 with dynamic shine,and panelized alpha reflectance on bare metal. Includes 2 textures, and modified MDL file. Original aircraft and textures by Dennis Simanaitis, Modified by Jeff \"WuhWuzDat\" Delhaye,
These textures are for the US-2B Bicentennial Tracker model by A.F. Scrub and Thomas Lebel as released by James Craig. Available on Flightsim dot com.
For the FS2004 US-2B Bicentennial Tracker model only. Will not work on the original US-2A model by A.F. Scrub and Thomas Lebel due to mapping issues with the right nacelle which were corrected on this new model. Thanks to Mr. Scrub and Mr. Lebel for correcting the model!
The Fiat G.18 was an Italian airliner developed in the mid 1930s. It was a conventional all metal low-wing monoplane with twin engines mounted on the wings. The cabin seated 18 passengers. It was used, since 1937,by Avio Linee Italiane in European routes and, after June 1940, by "Nucleo Comunicazioni Avio Linee"(the militarized airline) and by Regia Aeronautica (Royal Italian Air Force). Complete aircraft, features the usual moving parts, such as all flight controls. Three different liveries (A.L.I.Pre-War/N.C.A.L.I./Regia Aeronautica). VC only. Model and paints by Manuele Villa, Flight dynamics, Handling notes and tutorials by FSAviator.It works also (Tested) in FSX (NOT Acceleration). January 2009. Installation instructions included. By mvg3d, 2009-01-22 03:32:20
Thanks to a major investment in 1964 by some large Dutch shipping companies, the 1958 founded Dutch charter company Martin's Air Charter, proud owner of a fleet of two de Havilland DH-104 Dove, four Douglas C-47, and one Douglas C-54B, was able to purchase from KLM one Convair 340 and one Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas aircraft. On 27 February 1964 the DC-7C PH-DSO was delivered at Schiphol. In November 1964 and May 1965 PH-DSL and PH-DSC were also bought from KLM. A fourth one, PH-MAK which has not been included in this package, was acquired from Alitalia. The great advantages of the DC-7C over the much smaller C-54B were its pressurised fuselage, its huge flying range and its payload, which was almost twice the C-54's payload. It was a very popular aircraft among crew and passengers alike. From September 1968 till late October 1968, PH-DSL, all white with red crosses applied to the wings, fuselage and fin, flew on the Biafra airlift from the island of Fernando Po to Uli airstrip to provide humanitarian aid, on behalf of the Dutch Red Cross. With the exception of PH-MAK which was sold to Spain in 1967, MAC's DC-7C's soldiered on till late 1968/early 1969 when they were sold. These are textures only. You will need California Classic's FS2004/FSX Douglas DC-7C Base Pack and DC-7 Base Pack (available at http://www.calclassic.com/dc7c.htm).
On 13 December 1966 the Dutch charter company Martinair Holland (MAC), bought a Douglas DC-6A registered PH-MAM. The DC-6A, which at one time belonged to KLM and could transport 11 tons payload or 97 passengers, was aquired in order to replace the smaller C-54B PH-MAE. It was a very popular aircraft among crew and passengers alike. From late October 1968 till the beginning of January 1970, PH-MAM flew on the Biafra airlift from the island of Fernando Po to Uli airstrip to provide humanitarian aid, on behalf of the Dutch Red Cross. Having returned from this mission, the aircraft was overhauled and used by Martinair for one more year, before being sold to Yugoslavia. The inspiration for this repaint was a coincidental meeting at Schiphol I had many years ago with former Martinair Captain Dries van Ommen. He was in command of PH-MAM during the Biafra airlift. We had a nice conversion, accompanied by the impressive sight and sound of a DC-6 during take off. These are textures only. You will need California Classic's FS2004/FSX Douglas DC-6B CB-16 Base Pack, DC-6A CB-17 Base Pack and DC-6A CB-16 Base Pack (available at http://www.calclassic.com/dc6b.htm). Repaint by Maarten Brouwer.
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