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    harleyman
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    X-Plane --Scenery-Planes--Add-Ons--Links

    Lets keep all the addon links together in one place..This way They will not get dropped or lost for others...

    Feel free to post any links you find that pertain to X-Plane

    This first one is pulled from srgalahad's Post...(Thanks for the links)

    I've included a link to the X-Plane Freeware forum (registration is required for downloads)
    http://www.xplanefreeware.net/forums/index.php?act=idx

    Here's the links to a few aircraft and scenery websites (one note: the payware prices are certainly reasonable!)

    Shad Tree Micro (aircraft) http://shadetreemicro.com/aircraft/c...les/c180j.html

    ForJets http://forjets.netfirms.com/
    check out the scenery link at the top of the page

    Alaska and Canada (X-planes version of Misty Fjords?)
    http://www.xplanefreeware.net/tom/In...sage/Home.html

    RealScenery http://www.realscenery.com/


    X-Plane Airport and Navigation Data (from txnetcop)
    http://data.x-plane.com/


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    I bought this Piper Pack yesterday. 14 Pipers for $14.00, pretty good deal! They're not the quality of the best FSX payware, but for a buck a piece they're pretty nice. And the 3-D cockpits work with widescreen monitors.

    http://www.c74.net/xplane/_piper.html

    He has other planes also. I used PayPal and had a download link within minutes.

    Jim

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    MCDesigns
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    This is a very cool interactive map that has all the scenery areas in Xplane

    http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?hl=en...2&source=embed

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    MCDesigns
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    If you are interested in doing/converting existing scenery for Xplane, here are the tools you will need

    http://scenery.x-plane.com/tools.php

    Also here is the links page from the Xplane site, lots of good info here

    http://www.x-plane.com/xworld.html

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    Here's a free AT-6 Texan:

    http://www.jrollon.com/Texan.html

    Jim

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    Yeah I love the texan.

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    Thanks so much for this forum, I know many have been patiently waiting for this

    I have collected a few XPlane Links so in let me add a couple to the list...

    http://xplanefreeware.net/

    http://scenery.x-plane.com/
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    Wow, that's one of the best looking planes I've seen in XP yet. Thanks for the link!

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    harleyman
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    Pulled from A poat from Loinheart

    Hey guys,


    They have 'alot' of ships from Halo, including the little dune buggy car, an alien drop ship, interceptor, terrain scenery, and other bits from the game Halo that you can get for XP9.

    Also spotted the Serenity Firefly-class freighter there too. :d

    Webpage with downloads;
    http://x-plane.org/mid7/

    About half way down is a multi-pack with several Halo vehicles in one package, then there are others in stand alone packages.


    Serenity
    http://xplanehosting.com/files/mid7/...s/serenity.jpg


    Bill

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    Here's a link to a really nice Boeing 737 in various liveries:

    http://eadt.eu/


    Attachment 79607


    Jim

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    Jim, I can't find any VC pics from that 737 - would you say it's safe to assume it doesn't have one?

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    It might be Bill.

    VC's are very new to X-Plane. They are in their FS2002 days, I think you could say.
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    Yeah, it doesn't take much cruising around XP sites to figure out that they're a little, uh, behind the curve. Graphically, at least. Still, I'm curious to try out some more flights before being too harsh on the sim. Having a nice Texan to plow through the sky in will help.

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    Here's a pretty nice version 9 Beech Staggerwing:

    http://myvirtualhanger.com/STAGGERWING_PICS.html

    Flying over Seattle in the rain:

    Attachment 80373

    Jim

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    Very nice Staggerwing!

    Thanks for the heads up Jim.



    Bill
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    Lot's of X-Plane scenery available here:

    http://web.me.com/theosdavis/xpfiles/scenery.html

    All free. I downloaded all the US packages tonight. It makes a huge difference.

    Here is KBWI airport:

    Attachment 81325

    Jim

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    Here's Fort Lauderdale airport:

    Attachment 81375

    Jim

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    Here's a very nice Hughes 500D helicopter with 3D cockpit, opening doors, etc.

    http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?...&showfile=3130

    Attachment 81938

    Attachment 81939

    Jim

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    ken
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    hi, does anyone knows where i can download Recips or General Aviation Piston airplanes for free? because i don't want to pay for downloading them, if anyone knows, post the link

    -Kenneth

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    Ken,

    Check out http://www.x-plane.org they have a library full of planes and scenery.

    Jim

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    Usually i try X-Plane every 3-4 months and after a while i deinstall it.
    This time it will stay.
    Some reasons for that:

    G2XPL (a tool similar to Tileproxy)
    http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?...&showfile=4783

    Scenery Builder for X-Plane (complements G2XPL perfectly)
    http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?...&showfile=8315

    ATC Plugin:
    http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?...&showfile=8106

    XPDisplay (networked moving map + radar and flight data)
    http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?...&showfile=7853

    AN-2 (improved version - really great work):
    http://x-plane.hu/an2/

    Correctly placed Forest for USA and Europe (complements G2XPL nicely)
    http://www.alpilotx.net/index.php?op...&id=2&Itemid=2

    In the X-Plane.org library you can find accurate roads for many countries which are also complementing G2XPL perfectly.

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    45th_1100
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    can someone please send me A LINK FOR FREE AIRCRAFT. IN PARTICULAR A P-51 MUSTANG ... THANKS

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