X-Plane 11.50+ Fairey Gannet 1.2. The Fairey Gannet is a British carrier-borne aircraft of the post-Second World War era. It was developed for the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm (FAA) by the Fairey Aviation Company. It was a mid-wing monoplane with a tricycle undercarriage and a crew of three, and a double turboprop engine driving two contra-rotating propellers. The Gannet was originally developed to meet the FAA's dual-role anti-submarine warfare and strike requirement. It was later adapted for operations as an electronic countermeasures and carrier onboard delivery aircraft. Four variants are included in this Mega-Pack with more paint schemes and animated features like propellers, bridle cables, canopies, bomb bay doors, radar radome and tailhook. Special effect included exhaust and startup smokes. Documentation included. By Vasco Ribeiro.
X-Plane SS Segmented Circles 1.0. Segmented circles in painted concrete and painted half-barrel, red and white and all white, new and worn variations. Concrete circles also include pattern direction indication pieces you can customize to make any configuration. To install, unzip and put the folder SS_Segmented_Circles into your Custom Scenery folder. By Sidney Schwartz.
X-Plane 11.30+ Aerospatiale Gazelle 1.0.1. The Aerospatiale Gazelle is a French five-seat helicopter, commonly used for light transport, scouting and light attack duties. At over 50 years since its maiden flight there are still quite a few of these still flying. There hasn't been a version of this aircraft on X-Plane for a long time so I thought I'd put something out there. It's a bit of a quick-fix but I think it has potential. If anyone doesn't like it they are free to change it and distribute their own version: it is GPL/GNU licensed. This distribution even includes source object/model files (in AC3D format) to help with this. By John Bray.
X-Plane 11.30 AS-565 Panther. The Eurocopter AS565 Panther is the military version of the Eurocopter AS365 Dauphin medium-weight multi-purpose twin-engine helicopter.This X-Plane model include two types: a Pedro and a commemorative Panther. These two aircraft are very close in terms of equipment: the AS 365 F "Dauphin Pedro" on board the aircraft carrier "Charles de Gaulle" is mainly assigned to sea rescue in the crew rescue mission. The AS 565 SA "Panther" on board the Cassard, Lafayette, and Forbin type frigates, is devoted to anti-submarine warfare and the protection of civil or military ships in the fight against terrorism. These aircraft respectively equip the 35F and 36F fleets of the French Navy since 1990, the year of their launch by Aerospatiale Marignane. Made by Bernard JUNIOT (Berju83), with the assistance of the Virtual Pilot-members and RFN. The download link takes you to the developers own site (select the yellow text: "Panther AS565" to download).
X-Plane 11 Vought F4U-1 Corsair 2.0. The Vought F4U Corsair is an American fighter aircraft that saw service primarily in World War II and the Korean War. The Corsair was designed and operated as a carrier-based aircraft, and entered service in large numbers with the U.S. Navy in late 1944 and early 1945. It quickly became one of the most capable carrier-based fighter-bombers of World War II. From the first prototype delivery to the U.S. Navy in 1940, to final delivery in 1953 to the French, 12,571 F4U Corsairs were manufactured in 16 separate models. Its 1942-53 production run was the longest of any U.S. piston-engined fighter. By Stephane Toledo.
X-Plane 11 TNT Cargo Boeing 737-800F 1.0.1. This is a fictitious paint of a 737-800F "TNT cargo" aircraft. Although TNT uses 737-400F's, simmers licence allows us to use the default modified 737. It carries the 400F registration of OO-TNQ. The re-paint is for the default X-Plane 11 737 800. Download and unzip the file. Place the unzipped file named "JDR Freighter TNT" into your X-Plane 11 Aircraft 737-800 liveries folder. By James Lambe.
X-Plane 11 RNAF Default KC-10 1.0. This is a Royal Netherlands Air Force livery for the default KC10. There are still two in use in the Netherlands (one day they will be replaced by the A330 tanker). Unzip and place into the liveries section of the default KC-10. If a liveries folder is not present, simply create one. By Henk de Bruin.
X-Plane 11.30+ BAC TSR-2 2.1. The British Aircraft Corporation TSR2 was a cancelled Cold War strike and reconnaissance aircraft developed by the British Aircraft Corporation for the Royal Air Force in the late 1950s and early 1960s. This is an adaption of Daniel Grimes previous work (with permission), and is an excellent example of what he achieved. The aircraft starts in an unfinished 3D cockpit, so please use the 2D version (Alt + W). Documentation included in the package. Version 2.1: Many downloaders will have found this very difficult to fly. There was a serious roll problem. I have tweaked the elevators which are now full flying elevons and fixed that issue. By Ray Hill.
X-Plane 11.32+ Airbus H120 Colibri 1.0.5. The Eurocopter (now Airbus Helicopters) EC120 Colibri (Hummingbird) is a five-seat, single-engine, light utility helicopter. This model is for X-Plane 11.32+ and features a detailed interior and exterior (five liveries included). Please see the included documentation (PDF) for more information on how to get the most out of this model. By John Bray.
X-Plane 11 Lockheed L-1049G Super Constellation 1.0. This is David Starling's Super Constellation, converted for X-Plane 11. The Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation is an American aircraft, a member of the Lockheed Constellation aircraft line. The L1049 was Lockheed's response to the successful Douglas DC-6 airliner, first flying in 1950. Please see the included 'Documentation' folder for David's original credits and information. Thank you to David Starling for creating this aircraft for X-Plane . By Sean McLeod(Aerostarsim).
Addit! Pro is a comprehensive add-on manager for laminar research 's X-Plane 11. Easily install, manage and remove aircraft, liveries, scenery, libraries for scenery, plugins, flight plans, sounds, textures, videos and more! Automatically update and arrange X-Plane 's scenery library (scenery_packs.ini). A powerful aircraft editor lets you tweak your fleet, assign pictures to planes and panels, and even hide aircraft. Rearrange scenery layers, set priorities, and manage entries with the scenery library editor. Full-featured add-on management lets you import, archive, recreate, and remove add-ons. Check an add-on's health to reveal configuration problems and missing files. See Readme.htm for details. Requires X-Plane 11 by laminar research . By Joseph Stearns.
X-Plane 11.25+ WDL-1B 1.1. The WDL-1B is a non-rigid airship built by the Westdeutsche Luftwerbung (WDL) Airship Company during the 1960s. Information on this model of airship is scarce, but it is 197 feet long and is powered by two Continental IO-360 engines, the same engines used in the GZ-20. It can fly up to 58 knots and it is still operated today. This aircraft includes four liveries, custom sounds and a 2D panel. Please see the included 'Readme' file for more information. Changes made in the 1.1 update: resized liveries to the proper 2048x2048 size, plus added two additional liveries. By Cynderdragon.
Super King Air B-200 for X-Plane 11
--Flight operations Notes--
* Approach speed around 110 kts with one notch of flaps if you are light(half fuel load). Two notches if you are near max weight ** Landing speed right around 80 kts ** To Taxi pull mixture (conditioning) levers back to about 64 percent N1 ** When at cruise altitude pull prop RPM levers back to about 1800 RPM (optimal prop performance at cruise) ** Climb and land with prop RPM levers full forward ** Test prop feather by setting max parking brake...Advancing throttles up to 80 percent N1... Pull prop RPM levers back to below first of 3 orange lines on the "feather label" ** On shutting down the engines, pull the prop RPM levers full back to feather for the animation to work right(auto feather data ref still an issue)
* --Description and Instructions-- -
I modeled a 3-D Tablet which is mounted to the captains side of the cockpit for the G1000. The G1000 Map slides out of the tablet on its own slide-out panel which is controlled using the "Map" rocker switch located on the top right of the Tablet. It is hooked to Slider #10 if you want to set up a keyboard shortcut for the Map slide-out. I use (Shift+F10) I also hooked the Hide/Show Yoke animation to the Tablet. "Y" on the keyboard or click the mounting bracket on the side of the cockpit wall.
-Wing ice lights functional. Operate via a switch on the lower 3d panel...a dimmer switch on the overhead panel... and one on the 2d panel.
- Interior dynamic lighting effects for the pilot flight lights (panel lights), overhead flood lights, and for the passenger area of the cabin. Passengers have their own lighting rheostats when seated at a table.(work in progress...will update) Best if your Visual Effects setting is set to high(HDR).
- Hide/Show yoke option available. Shortcut key "Y" or click where the yoke passes through the panel.
- Customized the radios so now they are a nice amber color instead of the default red.
- 8 Liveries included with this download.- 6 repaints- 1 color guide- 1 your paintSlider animations:***You may need to go into settings, keyboard, operations, sliders and assign a keyboard shortcut to the sliders*** (or just click on the ones that are available to click. The wing lockers and door handle are not clickable)
- Port wing locker is hooked to slider 1--- Starboard to slider 2. (my keyboard assignments for the sliders...shift+F1, shift+F2...etc.)- Main exit latch is controlled by slider 3 (just animates unlocking the door...not required to open it)
- Open the main exit with slider 4 (buttons on 2d and 3d panels)- Raise/Lower Pilot and Co-pilot Arm rests with slider 5 and 6 ( Click spots near the back of the arm rests)
- Open/Close Lavatory door with slider 9 (Click the door knob) You can also grab the light switch to brighten or dim the Lavatory lights- Raise/Lower padded toilet seat cover in Lavatory using slider 8 ( Click the seat cover) When the seat cover is up, the sign on the door switches from "Vacant" to "Occupied"
- Hide/Show autopilot "flip-down" panel under the glare shield I pinned to the tail hook. Also use the "AP" button just above the glass horizon in the 3d cockpit. - A few objects are hooked to bouncers... A rose ...a coat hanger... and the towel hanging in the galley.I will continue to update this bird for future versions. I enjoy working on it and offering it up for others to enjoy!
By Matt Fuller.
X-Plane 11 Scenery--3W5 Mears Field 1.2. Concrete, Washington State (WA), USA. Mears Field, or formerly known as Concrete Municipal Airfield is a small airport in northern Washinton. It is located along the Skagit river, just south of Lake Shannon and Baker Lake, and just south of mount Baker. An incredibly scenic area within the Cascade Range, great for mountain flying (as weather permits). Mears Field has a relatively short paved runway and high trees on both runway ends, making it a very tricky airport. It also is home to wonderful historic aircraft from the North Cascades Vintage Aircraft Museum and hosts many fly-ins. Plenty of Fairchild, Luscombe and Waco aircraft to be found! Nearly all airport buildings have been custom built purely based on readily available imagery. Off-airfield buildings are library versions. Library requirements are listed in the package. By Nils Lips.
X-Plane 11.30+ Vickers Valiant 2.0. This is a re-post of Daniel Grimes original model, updated (with permission) for X-Plane 11. Daniel's original description is as follows: The Valiant was the first V bomber in service; and the first out of service! It was designed as a low-tech stop gap until the more risky Vulcan and Victor were brought into service. The Valiant didn't have the aesthetic beauty of its Vulcan and Victor stable-mates, so it's the lesser known V-bomber. It was also hastily withdrawn after 10 years operational service because of fatigue problems that became evident when the role was switched from high to low altitude (as the Vulcan and Victor took on the high altitude role) - the main wing spar failed whilst a Valiant was in flight, but it got back to base. The Valiant saw operational service against Egypt in 1956. The zip file contains 3 Valiants: Type 660 Prototype - less powerful engines and a bit lighter than the production model - finished in bare metal, Type 673 Valiant B2 Pathfinder, and lastly Type 706 Valiant B1. Details of each type are contained in the included documentation. My thanks again to Daniel for allowing this model to be updated. By Ray Hill.
X-Plane 11.30+ AVRO 707 1.0.1. Avro built four prototypes to test a variety of handling characteristics for wing shapes on the Vulcan bomber. This is simply a re-post of Daniel Grimes' original work run up to V11 (mustn't be allowed to rot on the scrapheap). Each plane has different handling characteristics (the first two are quite nasty). Please fly from the external view (shift 4) as the cockpit interiors need re-doing (not that there will be anything too exciting in these anyway). It is interesting see the visual differences through the versions and compare layouts with the MK1 Vulcan (particularly the C version). Landing a delta has challenges requiring a nose high approach which gives high ground effect at flare, so the aircraft will often just float down the runway if the speed is too high. Later on the Fairey Delta 2 was used in a similar way to evaluate the Wing for Concorde. Please see the included documentation for further details on this model. By Ray Hill.
X-Plane Austrian Airlines Fokker 50 1.0. This is an Austrian Airlines livery for the Fokker 50 by Carenado. If there are any mistakes or you wish to ask for a special registration, please don't hesitate to contact the author (please see the included Readme file). By Atarium.
X-Plane 11.30+ Valiant B1 2.0. The Valiant was the first V bomber in service, and the first out of service! It was designed as a low-tech stop gap until the more risky Vulcan and Victor were brought into service. The Valiant didn't have the aesthetic beauty of its Vulcan and Victor stable-mates, so it's the lesser known V-bomber. This is a collaborative work using the existing build posted from about a month ago: VICKERS_VALIANT.ZIP. It is released as a new plane because it has has significant added functionality. Major credits are to Daniel Grimes for his original framework, and also to DomHenry for hours of detailed graphics work and subsequent object blending (particularly on the complicated intake area). Undercarriage, airbrake, intake geometry and bomb bay improvements were my own main contributions. Please see the included documentation for further details on this model. By Ray Hill.
X-Plane 11 McKinnon Cargo Boeing 737-800F 1.0.1. This is a fictitious paint of a 737-800F "McKinnon" cargo aircraft. McKinnon is a fictitious Canadian air transport company. The re-paint is for the default X-Plane 11 737 800. Download and unzip the file. Place the unzipped file named "JDR McKinnon Canada" into your X-Plane 11 Aircraft 737-800 liveries folder. By James Lambe.
X-Plane 11 Cargo Express Boeing 737-800F 1.0. This is a fictitious livery of a B737 cargo aircraft (although Alaska Airlines has six on order in real life) for the default 737-800 in X-Plane 11. Download and unzip the file. Place the unzipped file named 'Global Cargo' into your X-Plane 11 737-800 liveries folder. By James Lambe.
X-Plane 11.30+ Aeronca Chief 1.5.1. The Aeronca Chief is a single-engine, two-seat, light aircraft with fixed conventional landing gear, which entered production in the United States in 1945. Designed for flight training and personal use, the Chief was produced in the United States between 1946 and 1950. Version 1.5.1: elevator deflections corrected, and changed the struts on the 72Y livery to blue to more accurately reflect those on the real aircraft. If you enjoy the Chief, please leave a comment as it's always nice to see work appreciated. By Alex Jenns.
X-Plane 11.30+ Messerschmitt Me 262 A-1 1.0.1. Messerschmitt Me 262, nicknamed Schwalbe (German: "Swallow") in fighter versions, or Sturmvogel (German: "Storm Bird") in fighter-bomber versions, was the world's first operational jet-powered fighter aircraft. Design work started before World War II began, but problems with engines, metallurgy and top-level interference kept the aircraft from operational status with the Luftwaffe until mid-1944. The Me 262 was faster and more heavily armed than any Allied fighter, including the British jet-powered Gloster Meteor. Me 262 pilots claimed a total of 542 Allied aircraft shot down, although higher claims are sometimes made. This X-Plane model features a fictional livery. Cockpit functions still require work, but the rest of the plane is nicely done. Please see the included Readme file for more information on this model. November 2019 update: a few new objects added to the cockpit. By Stephane Toledo.
X-Plane 11 Southwest Cargo (Fictional) Boeing 737-800 1.0. This is a fictitious paint of a B737-800F Southwest Cargo aircraft, contracted and operated by Airlogix. The aircraft carries the name "Spirit of Albuquerque". The re-paint is for the default X-Plane 11 737-800. Download and unzip the file. Place the unzipped file named "Southwest Cargo" into the 737-800 liveries folder. By James Lambe.
X-Plane Buffalo Airways VSKYLABS DC-3 (C-47) 1.1. This is a Buffalo Airways C-GWIR livery for the VSKYLABS DC3 (C47). Inspired by Ice-Pilots, one of the best TV-Shows ever! If there are any mistakes or you wish to ask for a special registration, please don't hesitate to contact the author (please see the included Readme file). By Atarium.
X-Plane HMS Queen Elizabeth (R08) 1.0. This file is to replace the default USS Nimitz aircraft carrier with the Royal Navy's new carrier due to enter service in 2020. Designed around the F-35B Lightning, but with significant rotary wing operations including anti-submarine, commando, ground attack and support helicopter. The model includes animated radar scanners, aircraft lifts and helicopter rotors, and features static aircraft, crew members and the correct deck support vehicles and equipment. See the 'read me' file for installation. I recommend the excellent AOA Simulations payware F-35B which allows you to master the unique SRVL (Shipborne Rolling Vertical Landing) technique and exciting ski-jump take-off. By MRL (Mal).
X-Plane 11.35+ Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a 1.0. This aeroplane was designed by the RAF -- Royal Aircraft Factory at Farnborough. The volume production was sub-contracted out to various organisations amongst which included Vickers and Martin-Handasyde. This was possibly the RFC's (Royal Flying Corp's) most successful day fighter. This X-Plane build is a preview of a work in progress and will improve through successive releases. Please see the included documentation for further details on this model. By Ray Hill.
X-Plane 11 RAAF Boeing P-8A Poseidon A47-001 Supreme Edition. This is a Royal Australian Air Force Poseidon Supreme Edition paint for the default X-Plane 11 737 800. This paint is also equipped with 3D objects on the fuselage showing all the antenna, domes and defence pods and correct wings. There is a tutorial of how to use Plane-Maker to get the 3D objects to show in the sim. Please note: you must read the included documentation before installation! By James Lambe.
X-Plane 11 Scenery--LFHA Issoire Le Broc Airfield. This little French aerodrome, located 40 km south of Clermont-Ferrand, is mainly used for gliders and tractor pilots licence validation. ULM are allowed too. Requires the following libraries (please keep up to date): OpensceneryX, The HandyObjects, X-europe (addon),ruscenery, MisterX_Library, R2_Library and free ORBX Library. If you enjoy the author's work, please consider donating (see "doc" folder). A chart is inclued in the "Doc" folder for special specifications s due to the mesh environement and 2 runways managment. Donations are 100% optional, but greatly appreciated and encourage FS-Creation to make additional sceneries. We hope you will enjoy our work. By FS-Creation.
X-Plane Fire Pickup (Static) 1.0. This is a 3D airport fire pickup for your scenery. It has night lit headlights and tail lights. The emergency blue and red lights flash on the roof bar. Made in SketchUp 2017 with photographic textures and converted for X-Plane using Marginal's SketchUp2XPlane Utility. To be able to see this object, you will either have to create a new scenery, or edit an existing one (in both cases, this file would need to be added to the scenery's 'objects' folder). You will then need to edit the scenery with either WED or Overlay Editor to achieve your desired results. By Paul Mort.
X-Plane 11.30+ Brooklands Vimy 1.0.1. The Vickers Vimy was a British heavy bomber aircraft developed and manufactured by Vickers Limited. It made its first flight in 1917 and is perhaps most famous for the historic trans-Atlantic flight in 1919 by John Alcock and Arthur Brown. This is an adaptation (with permission) of Ron Norvell's Vickers Vimy for X-Plane 9 (ALCOCK_BROWN_VIMY.ZIP). This X-Plane 11 model represents the replica that is on permanent display at the Brooklands Museum, England. Many thanks to Ron Norvell and also Beber for the use of his pilot. Please see the included documentation for further details on this model. Version 1.0.1 fixes the position error for the second pilot. By Ray Hill.
X-Plane Cityjet Fokker 50 1.0. This is a Cityjet livery for the payware Fokker 50 by Carenado. If there are any mistakes or you wish to ask for a special registration, please don't hesitate to contact the author (please see the included Readme file). By Atarium.
X-Plane 11 Boeing 787 Dreamliner 1.0. This is Jacques Brault's X-Plane 8 and 9 Boeing Dreamliner, converted for X-Plane 11. It is a simple 'Plane Maker' model, and as such lacks all the 3D awesomeness that so many people demand these days. It also has a simple 2D panel. X-Plane 11 is configured by default for 3D cockpit view, so to use this aircraft you must choose to do one of two things: After loading the aircraft, select 'Option-w' on MacOS for 2D or 'Alt-w' on WinOS for the 2D instrument panel. Thank you to Jacques Brault for creating this aircraft for X-Plane . By Sean McLeod (Aerostarsim).