FS2004 TinMouse II Boeing 737-200 complete base pack, v1.25. Additions include a fully functional overhead panel and most aircraft systems modeled, a suite of Gmax models including hush kit, gravel kit and cargo versions, flight dynamics, and a complete sound set. The panel incorporates direct integration of the CIVA Delco INS unit (not required, CIVA140.ZIP) and SquawkBox 3. Requires FSUIPC ( Freeware key integrated into the panel). By Richard Probst, Bob Scott, Terry Gaff, Gustavo Rodrigues and Christoffer Petersen. (See also TINMOUSE_II_V1_26.ZIP)
FS2004 EZ Scenery Librarys EXE. Tired of dowloading scenery that's great, just to find out you need ten EZ Scenery objects to make the scenery work? Those days are gone. Here is the complete library in a easy to use execute file. All libraries are included; nothing to look for they are all here as of March 2010. Included files: EZ Scenery Libraries=All; Woodys Objects=All; Flags=All; Fly Tampa Statics=All; Rails=All; Jetways=All; plus dozens more, you need nothing--all inclusive package. Package by David Grindele.
FS2004 Scenery--Comalapa International Airport. Scenery of the Airport Comalapa International of San Salvador, now AVIANCA (TACA before) airline's hub for all flights. Includes terminal maintenance hangars as company AEROMAN and American air base, Animated Jetways, 3D PAPI lights, warning lights to runway access animated vehicles, night illumination in all airport, photoreal airport plane. development and donated as Freeware by VirtualCol FS Software.
FS2004 Scenery--Panama Tocumen Airport. Scenery of Tocumen International Airport, detailed that includes the northern extension of the terminal, moving jetways and some catering service for your plane, moving stairs at the south ramp, moving vehicles, night lights over all scenery. Development and donated as Freeware by VirtualCol FS Software.
FS2004 The Cessna A-37 Dragonfly FACH (Air Force Of Chile). It is an American light attack aircraft developed from the basic trainer T-37 Tweet in the 1960s and 1970s. The Dragonfly had an interesting role during the Vietnam War. The Chilean air force operated about 44 A-37 until mid-2000, when they were replaced by F-16 material. Full model and paint kit by Pascal Suls. Paint kit and textures by Pascal Suls and Dan Bourque. FDE by Michael MacIntyre. Repaint by Raul Aguilera Bustamante.
FS2004 Latam Peru Airbus A319-115 Sharklets. This aircraft with registration CC-CPO, originally came with IAE engines, was refurbished with engines CFM56-B6 and sharklets (fictitious). Complete model by Project Airbus, repaint by Raul Aguilera B.
FS2004 Onur Air Boeing 777-300ER. This repaint contains a B777 for Onur Air. This aircraft is painted as a non-fleet aircraft. Doesn't exist in Onur Air fleet in real. The zip file also contains realistic sounds (by Devyn J. Silverstein) and virtual panel. Model by Project Open Sky. By Kagan Atci.
FS2004 Boeing 767-300 Panel With SkySpirit Package. This is a panel rework based on a previous panel collaboration by Eric Ernst/Laurent Crenier/Wade Chafe/Pedro Sousa, which was, in turn, a rework of the old FS2002 PIC Boeing 767-300 v1.2 panel by Kosa Dafoe. Included is a complete package of the SkySpirit Boeing B767-300ER with the updated FDE and their latest v5 model in Delta Airlines livery. By George Colacicco.
FS2004 FACH Cirrus SR22. A utility plane manufactured by the American aircraft manufacturer Cirrus Design. The SR22 has four seats, piston engine and fuselage made of composite materials, being a derivative of the Cirrus SR20. The main differences with the SR20, is that the SR22 has a larger size, greater fuel capacity and a larger engine (231 kW). The new aircraft are assigned to the Chilean Aviation School, where they will perform liaison and operational efficiency functions for pilot officers. In general, these modern and advanced airplanes will serve as a progressive replacement for the noble Piper PA-28-236 Dakota of the institution, and in this sense it is likely that in the future new units will be acquired for distribution in the respective Brigades (The Aeronautical Observer). These aircraft of the Cirrus Aircraft have an autonomy of 1197 km (646 Mn, 744 Mn) with reserves and 65% power. By Raul Aguilera Bustamante.
FS2004 Photoreal Panel--Gulfstream IV in two different versions: for aircraft without VC (Mike Stone or Peter Brun/Liderdesigns) and for Gulfstream IV with virtual cockpit and cabin from Rick Sasala/Mark Beaumont ( FS2002 model) with optically adapted VC 2D main panel and gauges the same for both variations. By Horst Paetzold.
FS2004 Arado Ar 96 B Reworked. This is a rework of the older Arado Ar96 B. She has a completely new 2D panel with also new gauges. This pack includes repaints I collected over the years. I also reworked the air file to get as close as possible to the original. By Michael "Papi" Vader.
FS2004 FACH Blackhawk S70A42. It is a family of medium-load military helicopters manufactured by the American company Sikorsky Aircraft. The S-70 medium utility helicopter was developed for the United States Army in the 1970s. The Chilean Air Force (FACH) currently operates 7 of these devices, with a requirement for more of these aircraft. Full model by Jordan Moore Sound by Adriano Martoni. Repaint by Raul Aguilera B.
The Skunk Works is proud to present its latest version of Mid East Jet N777AS. I began repainting with the registration. Everything about the rendition is photoreal. Retextured engines, main wheel boogie, and fuselage textures. I have other Downloads available here; just type my name into the library search engines. The Skunk Works is a proud member the Wizzsim Network!
FS2002 / FS2004 Lockheed A-12 Black Bird. The Lockheed A12 was designed in the late 1950s for the CIA as a follow-on to the U-2 under a program codename "Oxcart". The aircraft first flew from Groom Lake on 26 April 1962 piloted by Lou Schalk. The aircraft was designed to directly overfly a target, as opposed to 'standing-off' a target and taking oblique photographs. A variety of different cameras could be carried in the 'Q' bay immediately behind the pilot. A variety of ECM packages were carried in the chine bays. The A-12 Blackbird remains the fastest, highest flying plane ever built and achieved a speed of Mach 3.35 and a height of 95,000 feet. By Kazunori Ito.
FS2004 Panel--Messerschmitt Bf 110 G-2 This panel is dedicated for the fine Groundcrew Messerschmitt BF110G2. You need the original plane. This add-on features 2D panels for the pilot and switchable for the radio operator. Included are a new aifcraft.cfg and some collected new textures. By Michael "Papi" Vader.
FS2004 Howard 250 Trigear - Release v1.0 Package includes one model, custom panel and gauge setup, custom sounds, custom flight model by Tom Falley and Milton Shupe, and two liveries. By Milton Shupe and William Ellis, with previous contributions by Tom Falley, Scott Thomas, Ken Mitchell, and Sounds by Nigel Richards. Pilot figures by Jan Visser.
FS2004 Scenery--SFS Paine Field/Everett Boeing Factory v1.1, Washington (WA), USA. This project was developed to enhance and personalize the existing stock scenery for Paine Field Sonomish County. Enhancements include a brand new, built from scratch, representation of the new passenger Terminal as KPAE has recently begun commercial service. Also included in this long-neglected-FS2004 airport is the also newish Boeing Dreamlifter terminal. The spot carved out at the northwest corner of the airport where the Boeing-modified-747 Dreamlifter drops off and picks up major components for the 787 Dreamliner. It is possible to see three of these monster aircraft parked at PAE at a given time. By Studio F Simulations/William Morgan.
FS2004 Panel--Embraer 145, v2. A photoreal panel for the EMB 145 with full interior views and wing views, specially made as a 2D panel for Project Open Sky ERJ145 with VC and as a full panel for the wing views model, furthermore for use with ERJ145 aircraft of Dreamwings and Mike Stone. All corresponding configurations included. By Horst Paetzold.
FS2004 Chilean Air Force Embraer KC-390 (fictional paint). This is a medium-sized transport aircraft, powered by two thrust reaction engines of 75.6 to 98 kN (17,000 - 22,000 pounds). This version is powered by 2xcfm565b6. It is the largest aircraft that the Embraer company has manufactured to date, being able to transport up to 21 tons of cargo, including armored vehicles. It is similar in size to the C-130J Super Hercules, which has a load capacity of 19 tons. Full model by JR Lucariny, painting by Raul Aguilera B.
FS2004 Scenery--New Beijing Daxing Airport, China (ZBAD). This is a simple scenery for the new airport which is completely missing in FS2004 . There are no custom made objects so far. It is made with AIP maps, so everything should be as in real life. To see all objects, you have to install some libraries; see "Installation" text. Some airlines like China United Airlines are already moving to the new airport (December 2019). By T. Gierse.
FS2002 / FS2004 Vought A-7D Corsair II. D-Type is a production type for USAF and ANG (National Guard). The TISL laser instruction device was installed under the intake. Moreover, it differs from the navy's machine, and it has the fuel receiving mouth in the upper part of the main wing root. By Kazunori Ito.
FS2004 Embraer Phenom 100EV AGS V2L, fictive registration C-JDJA. New Animated Ground Servicing. New landing / taxi soft light beams. New 2D panel. New spoilers added. Interior animations (Shift+E+2). Model design and paint by Camil Valiquette (CamSim).
FS2004 Sounds--Vistaliners Boeing 727-200 and -200Adv. Includes two sound sets for the first two generations of JT8D as fitted to the Boeing 727. Pre-configured for use with the VistaLiners B727 family. By Erick Cantu, Derek Beal, Aaron Hay.
FS2004 Philippine Air Force livery Lockheed C-130J Super Hercules. The lockheed martin C-130 "Super" Hercules is a four-engine turboprop military transport aircraft. The C-130J is a comprehensive update of the venerable Lockheed C130 Hercules, with new engines, flight deck, and other systems. The Hercules family has the longest continuous production run of any military aircraft in history. During more than 50 years of service, the family has participated in military, civilian, and humanitarian aid operations. The Hercules has outlived several planned successor designs, most notably the Advanced Medium STOL Transport contestants. Fifteen nations have placed orders for a total of 300 C-130Js, of which 250 aircraft have been delivered as of February 2012. View panels by Clive Ryan. Includes updated panel for Hercules C-130J. This new update uses a custom bitmap made by Marco Spada using a photorealistic image of last real C130J, uses also default and third party gauges. Radar and HUD gauges are by Eric Marciano. In this new release all four engines work well with all eicas instruments working. Panel By Marco Spada. Air and aircraft.cfg by Bob Chicilo. Aircraft model by Mike Stone. Repainted by Gerard G. Olvis.
FS2004 Scenery--San Antonio KSAT - 2019 Edition, Texas (TX), USA. This version was intended to add some "life" to the much dated version - 10 years old. New textures are applied to concourses including parking garages, individual airline buildings, and much more. In addition, the night environment is much more "alive" as it relates to the fore mentioned buildings. By Michael Lehkamp.
FS2004 Scenery--Albany International Airport - 2019 Edition, New York (NY), USA. This version was intended to add some "life" to the much dated version originally created by the MACH-1 Group - now 10 years old. New textures are applied to concourses including parking garages, individual airline buildings, and much more. In addition, the night environment is much more "alive" as it relates to the fore mentioned buildings. By Michael Lehkamp.
FS2004 Boeing 737-800. The model features very detailed moving parts and highly reflecting metallic skin. Three liveries are provided with this package: a fictional 'AirOne' livery (AirOne airline does not operate the 737-800), a Lufthansa livery and a Ryanair livery. The panel background has been taken from the B737-800 supplied with the new FSX , with minor modifications and all gauges changed to be compatible with FS2004 . Included in this model there is also a very simple virtual cockpit, with working essential gauges and animated flight controls. By Italo D'Attomo and Giovanni Quai.