Bell 212 Twin Two Twelve
Bell 212 Twin Two Twelve
I'm with the FAA and I'm here to help you.....................Now gimme a hug!
The best freeware FS9 airfield out there is indeed Pattonville ...
Thanks again for Bill aka "Lionheart" for pointing me in the right direction for this stellar scenery many months ago ...
An oldie, but certainly a goodie...the Bell/Agusta-Bell 47G2, by Jean-Marie Mermaz...available at a website near you...
Who can forget the still amazing Falcon 50 by Yannick Lavigne, Fred Banting, and Rob Young. Originally designed for FS2002 and updated for FS2004. Still a beauty after all these years. The FS2004 update is kinda hard to find but here's a good copy.
Humble Poly bender and warrior of Vertices
iMac 24" Alum UniBody; Intel Core Duo 2.80 GHz;
ATI Radeon HT 2600 XT; 1TB drive; 4 Gigs DDR Ram;
Apple juice plasma injection system.
- boeing 747-200 ready for pushback V2 , an ex-payware now available for free . i do not think there is another airliner available for FS2004 with such a level of complexity and attention to details .
file "rfp_v2.zip" on avsim
- lionheart's bugatti package . another ex-payware that is a wonderful package . several sceneries , two driveable bugatti automobiles and an impressive roster of racing planes .
available in the download section of the outhouse
- socata TBM700A by a huge team of extremely talented developers . a superb little turboprop
tbm700_a.zip on avsim
- any airplane by team KBT , especialy all of the lockheed/kawasaki P3 variants
- the pilatus PC-12 , king air 300 , NAMC YS-11 and caravelle by AFG ( allied FS group )
Moderator Edit: AFG has closed shop, so here's a link that (as of 12 Nov 2011) will get you the six latest base packages of the YS-11. The vast number of repaints are easy enough to find too.
- samdim design has plenty of great russian gems to fly with and an incredible little cap 10 aerobatic
- the magnificient cessna 150 by fravin . without a doubt one of the very best freeware GA airplane on FS
there are plenty more available , just way too many to list LOL
Last edited by Tom Clayton; November 12th, 2011 at 08:27.
"Civil disobedience becomes a sacred duty when the State becomes lawless or, which is the same thing, corrupt."
those who would trade freedom in order to get safety deserve neither
Let's not forget Dave Copley's excellent line of P-38 Lightnings for FS. His latest Glacier Girl P-38F, the P-38L, N and J models, as well as the ultimate Lightning... the XP-38N, the best freeware P-38's available.
"El gato que camina como hombre" -- The cat that walks like a man
More Gems of Freeware:
Holger "The Amazing" Sandmann
His Glacier Bay scenery is done to payware standards - indeed, in shares many of the best features of his amazing Tongass Fjords payware package. It is a total-environment-upgrade, addressing almost all features of the sim in a large area of Alaska. Truly, it is a "Must-Have" scenery!
Attached are some shots of one recent flight there...
The scenery can be had at avsim and flightsim with these files names: glbayv2a.zip, glbayv2b.zip
I am also an enthusiastic user of Holgers truly amazing Columbia River Gorge - a large and full-featured enhancement of the Columbia River area in Washington and Oregon. It can be had at avsim with these file names: cr_gorge.zip, crg_upd1.zip. A very nice AI package can be found with the file name gorge_ai.zip. There is also an update to make this scenery compatible with Ultimate Terrain - utusacrg.zip - and another file to make it compatible with FlightZone 2: Portland - http://forums.simflight.com/viewtopic.php?f=231&t=75470.
This is a very nice scenery indeed! The last two shots attached show small portions of the area covered, and neither are terribly representative - but you can see that it is a very nice place anyway!
Anyone who wishes to augment my screenshots with better ones of their own may - these sceneries should not be left misrepresented by my feeble attempts!
twin Bonanza, by Eric Dantes...
May I add another one?
Strange thing - in german we have this saying:
"Manchmal sieht man den Wald vor lauter Baeumen nicht!"
Hard to translate, but it should mean not to see the forest for the trees...
My today's gem is the
SOH Project A-26 Invader!
As I just read in another thread here, even well-known and experienced repainters still put their brushes on this outstanding (yes, I know: this phrase is sometimes overstressed...) jewel!
Captain Wild Bill Kelso: War nerves? Who said war nerves?
The Patron: I heard it on that radio there.
[Kelso shoots the radio]
Captain Wild Bill Kelso: Radio's wrong.
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