Latest Added 50 Flight Sim Downloads for FS2004 ( Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 )
Latest Added Downloads for FS2004
FS2004 Dan Air BAC One-Eleven 304. Dan Air leased the former G-YMRU of the defunct Airways Cymru of Cardiff. Retaining the Welsh airline's livery it was re-registered G-BPNX. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 400HK model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 VASP BAC One-Eleven 422. PP-SRT shows off the later modified livery specially introduced for the One-Eleven. Delivered in December 1967, this aircraft, like its sibling, also went on to an executive career after its days with VASP ended in December 1974. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 400 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 Atlantic Gulf BAC One-Eleven 203. This aircraft was wet leased from Air Illinois. Later when the two airlines merged it brought a second machine into the fold. Atlantic Gulf shut down in September 1986. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 200 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 RAAF BAC One-Eleven 217. One of two brand new One-Eleven 200's bought by the Royal Australian Air Force to replace two Viscounts. This one was delivered in January 1967 and the other in March of 1968. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 200 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 US Air BAC One-Eleven 200. After Allegheny evolved into USAir they continued to fly in the last Allegheny livery later adopting a bare metal version. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 200 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 BAC One-Eleven 400 Demonstator. The second BAC One-Eleven 400 built acted as a demonstator in its early days. January 29th 1966 saw it at the opening of Auckland International Airport taking part in what was one of New Zealands largest air displays. It was on demonstration to NZNAC which unfortunately for BAC bought Boeing 737s. It was soon sold as an executive jet. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 400 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 Merpati Nusantara BAC One-Eleven 401. Looking particularly smart with a polished bottom, rare in One-Elevens, Merpati used this aircraft on lease from American Airlines for about six months. First flying 06 June 1966 as N5032 this machine was re-registered G-ATVU for a demo tour of Sweden between the 8th and 13th of that month. Reverting to its American registration for delivery on the 21 June it served American Airlines until leased to Merpati in August 1971. Returned to American early the following year it was leased to LANICA as AN-BHN before passing to Island Airways as VP-BDI. In May 1974 it was sold to British Airways as G-BBMF and served until withdrawn and stored in October 1988. Transferred to Birmingham European, its UK marks were cancelled in August 1991 on sale to Okada Air. It was finally withdrawn at Benin City in December 1997. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 400 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 British Airways BAC One-Eleven 432. G-AXOX was leased to British Airways during 1986 in a non standard Air UK basic but with standard BA titles and standard BA dirt. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 400HK model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 TransBrasil Green BAC One-Eleven 523. All three ex British Midland series 523FJ found themselves with TransBrasil. G-AXLL, the first BMA machine, became PP-SDT in Brazil adopting the green variation of TransBrasil's vibrant livery. Bought in May 1973 it served until sale to BAC in August 1977. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 500 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 Magma Boeing 787-9 Cargo AGS V6. New night lights reflection. New Animated Ground Servicing. New static displays. New landing / taxi soft light beams. New 2D panel. Model design and paint by Camil Valiquette (CamSim).
FS2004 FedEx Boeing 787-9 Cargo AGS V6. New night lights reflection. New Animated Ground Servicing. New static displays. New landing / taxi soft light beams. New 2D panel. Model design and paint by Camil Valiquette (CamSim).
FS2004 Scenery--Meigs Heliport, Illinois (IL), USA. AFCAD file adds Heliport X36R to Meigs KCGX Airport. Two traffic files add helicopter traffic to both airports. By Donald S McComb.
FS2004 Tikal Jets BAC 1-11. Textures of the BAC 1-11 of Tikal Jets, the Guatemalan airline that flies the people to the Mayan ruins of Tikal. Textures only. Original aircraft by David Maltby, repainted by Bob Whitney.
FS2004 British Air Ferries BAC One-Eleven 201. Back in the U.K. after a tour of the States the former BUA/BCAL G-ASJG took up a new identity with British Air Ferries. After service and a period of storage it like so many others emigrated to Nigeria. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 200HK model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 Quebecair BAC One-Eleven 304. Built and for and flown for a year or so by British Eagle as G-ATPI this aircraft found itself in Canada flying for Quebecair for many years. Shown here as it was in 1978 it returned eventually to the U.K. as G-WLAD with Airways Cymru. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 400 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 Cambrian/British Air BAC One-Eleven 408. One of four One-Elevens operated by Cambrian. Three Srs. 416 aircraft came from Autair as that airline became Court line and this one, G-AVGP a Srs. 408 originally built for Channel Airways. It is shown in the original BAS/Cambrian livery worn at the time. All four passed to British Airways. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 400 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 BAC One-Eleven 520 SADIA Gold. Seen wearing the Golden SADIA livery in about 1970, PP-SDQ was only to last for less than three and a half years. Delivered in September 1970 it was damaged beyond repair in a landing accident in February 1974. During its short career SADIA had become TransBrasil in June 1972. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 500 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 Court Line BAC One-Eleven 416. 1970 saw both the start of a new decade and relaunch of Autair as bright and colorful Court Line heralding the supersonic seventies. All scheduled services were abandoned and the fleet sold off. The new airline would operate IT charters only with a brand new fleet of BAC One-Eleven 500 aircraft, and later, with a pair of TriStars. However a capacity shortfall left the new airline in need of an extra aircraft and although destined for sale to Cambrian Airways, G-AWBL was retained for a year becomming the only series BAC 1-11 400 to wear the Court Line livery. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 400 model by David Maltby. Contains extra texture bitmaps for optional colored wings. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 Braniff BAC One-Eleven 200. N1545 is depicted in the panagra green version of the Braniff livery. This aircraft was at one time painted in a turquoise scheme. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 200 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 British Midland BAC One-Eleven 523. The second of three BAC One-Elevens delivered to BMA at the beginning of the seventies. Their stay with the airline was not to span many years. A change in policy saw BMA dropping Inclusive Tours, selling the One-Elevens and concentrating on sheduled services mainly with Viscounts and long haul work with Boeing 707s. The type was reintroduced in the mid eighties with two ex Airways Cyrmu Srs. 300's one of which wore BMA livery. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 500 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 Trans Brasil BAC One-Eleven 520. Sadia started the seventies with a fleet of brand new BAC One-Eleven 520FN aircraft. Renamed Trans Brasil in 1972 the type was operated until the last one left the fleet in 1978. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 500 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 ATR 72-500 base model with three liveries: Alitalia, Eurowings and Cimber. The base textures folder in this zip file contains base (unpainted) texture files for use in repainting. By Mike Stone.
FS2004 Lockheed Super Constellation. Lockheed's highly successful "Connie" was popular with pilots and passengers alike. Its long sleek shape and distinctive triple tail also made it one of the most easily recognizeable aircraft of the day. This model has been newly updated for FS2004. By Mike Stone.
FS2004 Learjet 35. The 3x series of Lear business jets are enlarged versions of the earlier 2x series. They are the first equipped with fanjet engines, giving improved performance and fuel effiency. By Mike Stone.
FS2004 McDonnell Douglas MD-90-30. The last of the MD line, it was also the largest. The fuselage is stretched to an exagerated 153 feet, allowing it to carry up to 172 passengers. Its International Aero engines are the largest ever mounted on the rear of an airliner. By Mike Stone.
FS2004 TransBrasil Pink BAC One-Eleven 523. Built for BMA it was later leased to Court Line until sale to TransBrasil. Taking up Brazilian markings in May 1974 this One-Eleven 523 was painted in a pink variation of TransBrasil livery. After returning to the UK in January 1978 it was leased to Cyprus Airways as G-AXLM, then to Arkia as 4X-BAS. It ended up with Philippine Air Lines as RP-C1194 and was broken up for spares at Manila by European Aviation in 1996 Requires the BAC One-Eleven 500 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 LIAT BAC One-Eleven 518. Leward Island Air Transport was formed in 1956 and a year later BWIA bought 75 per cent of the shares. Later LIAT was sold to the Court Line Group. The airline failed in 1974 but was reformed as LIAT (1974) Ltd. This One-Eleven was G-AXMK in the main Court fleet and had previously been leased to AVIATECA as TG-ARA. After retuning to the U.K. as G-AXMK it became, after Court Lines demise, G-BCWA with Dan Air until finally being grounded in November 1992. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 500 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 United NC Boeing 787-10 AGS V6. New night lights reflection. New Animated Ground Servicing. New static displays. New landing / taxi soft light beams. New 2D panel. Model design and paint by Camil Valiquette (CamSim).
FS2004 Austrian Douglas DC-9. This is a detailed repaint of the payware Flight1 Iron Knuckles DC9 in Austrian colors circa 1980s. By Julio Birman.
FS2004 Hapag Lloyd Boeing 737-700, registration D-AHFT (old colors). Textures only for the TDS B737-800 model. Repaint by Frank Felix (FS Repaint Corner).
FS2004 Swissair McDonnell Douglas Super 80. This is a detailed repaint of the payware Flight1 Super 80 in Swissair colors circa 1980s. By Julio Birman.
FS2004 Braniff BAC One-Eleven 203 "Little Precious". After airline service where it had become one of only three aircraft to wear the later two-tone livery this aircraft was retained by Braniff in a corporate configuration operating out of Love Field. After its biz jet days were over it was re-converted back to normal fit and ironically flew passengers for the later Braniff. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 200 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 Airbus A380 (updated). Due for first flight in third quarter of 2004, the massive A380 will be the largest commercial airliner in the world. Includes custom panel. By Mike Stone.
FS2004 Lockheed C-130H Hercules with skis. This is an arctic version of the C-130, equipped with skis for landing on snow and ice. By Mike Stone.
FS2004 Gloster Javelin F(AW).8. Britain's first missile armed fighter, the Javelin was a sturdy and capable aircraft. But its design did not translate well into the supersonic age. By Mike Stone.
FS2004 Lockheed L188 Electra. The elegant Electra was plagued by mechanical problems early on. They were quickly corrected, but the damage was already done, and orders dried up. It went on to become the basis for the highly successful P-3 Orion maritime patrol aircraft, which is stil in service. By Mike Stone.
FS2004 Saab 340B. The SF340 was originally developed as a cooperative venture between Saab and Fairchild. Saab completed the project after Fairchild and the 340 went on to enjoy great success in the feeder and regional airliner market. By Mike Stone.
FS2004 South African Airways Boeing 747-8, registration ZS-SIA, "Vadzimu". Model by Andy Roesch. Repaint by Yvan Ung.
FS2002/FS2004 Supermarine Spitfire MKII NK-K, P8088, of no. 118 sqn, flown by Pilot Officer A.S.C.Lumsden. Stationed at Ibsley, May 1941. This particular Spitfire was presented to the R.A.F. by the people of the Borough of Lambeth through public subscription. Model by J.R. Lucariny and textures by Jens B. Kristensen.
FS2002/FS2004 RAF Supermarine Spitfire II XR-D. The code letters XR represent 71 sqn, R.A.F. This is aircraft D of that squadron. "Spitfire IIA, P7308, of No. 71 sqn, August 1941." Texture by Jens B. Kristensen. By J.R. Lucariny.
FS2004 Air New Zealand 'Silver Fern' Textures For AI Aircraft. Air New Zealand introduced their 'Silver Fern' livery in 2014. This file contains textures for five AI aircraft currently operated by the airline, TFS B777, DJC A320, DJC A321, OSP ATR72 and TFS DH Dash8-300. Further details in the ReadMe file. Textures only. By Alan Merry.
FS2004 Thai Airways Boeing 747-400 (old color scheme). Textures only for the default B747-400. Repaint by Kittisak Rukkaew.
FS2004 Anglo Cargo Airlines BAC One-Eleven 487 Freighter. Tarom's YR-BCR was leased to U.K. freight operator Anglo Cargo Airlines. This aircraft was the only BAC One-Eleven ever built as a pure freighter. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 475HK model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 Allegheny BAC One-Eleven 200. Once Braniff's N1554, type 203AE N1136J appears here in the later, vibrant three-tone livery adopted by Allegheny. After the airline evolved into US Air the livery remained in use with US Air titles. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 200 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 Gulf Air BAC One-Eleven 409. One of three One-Eleven 400s operated by Gulf Air. Founded in 1951 as Gulf Aviation it was like so many of its contempories an associate of BOAC who had a 22% stake. The airline became independant of BOAC as of the start of 1974. Two years later the airline was becoming a major carrier. The success meant the One-Elevens were outgrown and replaced by Boeing 737-200s and the three were returned to the U.K. in 1978 and further service with BIA/Air U.K. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 400 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2004 BEA German Internal BAC One-Eleven 510. BEA operated German Internal services with the Super One-Eleven division, void of the usual BEA logos having small BEA tltle by the doors and a plain tail with Super One-Eleven titles. Although they did use full liveried One-Elevens at times, G-AVMO appeared in 1970 having been transfered from mainline BEA and operated with the BEA livery deleted hastily. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 510 model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.
FS2002/FS2004 Aero Asia BAC One Eleven 500 Romabac. One of the colorful airlines in the history of Pakistan, Aero Asia was a private airline with main office based in Karachi. The airline operated on domestic and international routes. Textures only for the freeware Dmflightsim BAC-111-500HK. Repainted by Omar Mirza. Exclusively from Virtual PIA.
FS2004 British World BAC One-Eleven 518. A re-launch after financial difficulties in 1993 and renaming of British Air Ferries to separate it from the days of car ferries resulted in British World Airlines and a brand new livery. The honor of becoming the first in the new G-OBW* range was afforded to the one time Dan Air series 518FG G-BDAT originally built for Court Line as G-AYOR. Sold and re-registered as 9L-LDL, the aircraft got as far as Malta where it remained in full BWA livery and titles. Requires the BAC One-Eleven 500HK model by David Maltby. By Garry Russell.