X-Plane 11.50+ Avro 504 3.1. The Avro 504 was a First World War biplane aircraft made by the Avro aircraft company and under licence by others. Production during the war totalled 8,970 and continued for almost 20 years, making it the most-produced aircraft of any kind that served in the First World War, in any military capacity, during that conflict. More than 10,000 were built from 1913 until production ended in 1940. Many thanks to Beber for the use of his pilot. Please see the included documentation for further details on this model. Version 3.1: another evolution including some valuable input from Dan Hopwood on the sounds and the flight model. Sound is better at about half volume. By Ray Hill.
X-Plane Default KC-10 Extender Liveries 1.0.2. Here are three liveries for the default X-Plane KC-10. They are: USAF (blue and white), Dutch Royal Air Force and Omega. To install, place the "liveries" folder containing the thee different liveries into the McDonnell Douglas KC-10 aircraft folder. By Henk de Bruin.
X-Plane Scottish-Wings Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander 1.0. This is a Scottish-Wings livery (G-SWXG) for the TorqueSim BN-2B Britten-Norman Islander. Now flying daily across the Highlands and Islands, 'Your Island Link', keeping Scotland connected! To install, download, unzip and place in the aircraft livery folder. Any issues please let me know. By Stuart McGregor.
X-Plane 11.35+ R7/Vostok 3.1. Vostok was a family of rockets derived from the Soviet R-7 Semyorka ICBM and was designed for the human spaceflight program. This family of rockets launched the first artificial satellite and the first crewed spacecraft in human history. It was a subset of the R-7 family of rockets. Please see the included documentation for further details. By Ray Hill.
X-Plane 11.50+ Vought F7U-3M Cutlass 1.0.3. The Vought F7U Cutlass was a United States Navy carrier-based jet fighter and fighter-bomber of the early Cold War era. Regarded as a radical departure from traditional aircraft design, the Cutlass suffered from numerous technical and handling problems throughout its short service career. The type was responsible for the deaths of four test pilots and 21 other U.S. Navy pilots. The aircraft presented here is an aircraft of VX-4, Air Test and Evaluation Squadron Four aboard USS Shangri-La. Credit goes to Beber for the use of his pilot. Version 1.0.3: Slats and speed brakes extension time simulated. By Philippe Gastebois.
X-Plane Queen Charlotte C-47/DC-3 Wooden Hangar 1.0. This is the fifteenth in a series of sixteen C-47/DC-3 era wooden hangars, measuring 500 feet in width, 300 feet in depth and 240 feet in height. Each one has its own airline logo so as to match the liveries the author has already created for the Aeroworx DC-3 Dakota. They are fully textured inside and out and have auto night lighting. Made in SketchUp 2016 using photographic textures and converted for X-Plane with Marginal's SketchUp2XPlane utility. By Paul Mort.
X-Plane Children's Air Ambulance Bell 222UT 1.0. This is a Children's Air Ambulance livery for the Cowan Simulation Bell 222UT. The Children's Air Ambulance (TCAA) is an air ambulance charity that transfers critically ill children from local hospitals to specialist paediatric centres throughout Great Britain. The real aircraft used is an Agusta Westland AW169, but I used the Bell 222UT. Simply unzip and place the newly created folder into the liveries section of the aircraft. By Paul Mort.