Latest Added Flight Sim Downloads for X-Plane 10 and X-Plane 9 ( xp10, XP9 )
Latest Added Downloads for X-Plane 10 and X-Plane 9
FS2004/FSX/Acceleration/P3D v3 German Prewar Biplane Arado 95. This floatplane was supposed to be used as a coastal patrol, reconnaissance and light attack fighter. The first prototype, an all-metal biplane, was powered by a BMW 132 radial engine, flew in 1936. The prototype of the Ar-195 with wheels instead of floats was proposed for carrier operations on the never completed German aircraft Carrier Graf Zeppelin. FSDS 3.5 model by Erwin Welker.
X-Plane 10 KLM Boeing 747-400. This is a KLM Royal Dutch Airlines livery for the default B747-400, in the decals of PH-BFE "City of Lima". The passenger interior has also been reapinted to match KLM's 744's. You may notice a small KLM logo on the winglets on one side of the aircraft is reversed, this is just how the model is skinned. Thanks to Leen de Jager for the normals and ZainElwakil for the suggestion. By Dan Gould.
X-Plane 9.70+ BAC One-Eleven. The British Aircraft Corporation One-Eleven, also known as the BAC-111 or BAC 1-11, was a British short-range jet airliner used during the 1960s and 1970s. It was the second short-haul jet airliner to enter service, following the French Sud Aviation Caravelle. The aircraft was also produced under license in Romania during the 1980s as the Rombac One-Eleven. This X-Plane model includes a custom 2D cockpit. By Kevin Keegan.
X-Plane 10 Air Force One Boeing 747-400. This is an Air Force One livery for the default B747-400. The real Air Force One is based on a modified 747-200B, but the 747-400 model is so close that only a little artistic licence is required. By Dan Gould.
X-Plane 9.70 Tupolev Tu-104. The Tu-104 was one of the first jet airliners in the world. It was loud, fuel inefficient but it was great advance in airliner development. 3D model and initial flight dynamics designed by Boris Ishenko. Custom avionics and flight model tuning by Alexander Babichev. Model features metric gauges, authentic Soviet avionics, popup navigator and radio operator panels. It can be piloted by two persons (pilot and navigator) over a network. Popup windows are located on the instrument panel (R and N). By Boris Ishenko and Alexander Babichev.
X-Plane 10 United Continental Boeing 747-400 v3. This is the new United Airlines' B747-400 livery following their merger with Continental Airlines. By Dan Gould.
X-Plane 10 Alitalia Boeing 747-400. This is an Alitalia livery for the default B747-400. By Mark Brown.
X-Plane 10 Iberia Boeing 747-400 v2. This is an Iberia livery for the default B747-400. Thanks to Leen de Jager for the normals and tucktuck11 for the suggestion. By Dan Gould.
FS2004/FSX/P3D Arrow Active Mk II. This is the second improved version of an aircraft designed in 1931. Constructed of steel, aluminium and fabric it competed in the UK Kings Cup air races. Refurbished in 1958 and fitted with a Gipsy Major engine, it has now been returned to its original Gipsy III engine and it resides at Breighton with The Real Aircraft Company. Designed to be used in FS2004 it will portover to FSX with only an engine start problem. It can also be used in P3D, although mods are needed to change the prop texture on the rear face. By Keith Paine.
X-Plane 10 Sirius-Aero Tupolev Tu-134 B-3, registration RA-65700. This is a Sirius-Aero livery for the Tupolev Tu-134B (TU-134B-3.ZIP). Sirius-Aero is a Russian airline which organises business and medical charter flights, both on their own aircraft and on that of partner charter airlines. Unzip and place the folder 'Sirius-aero RA-65700' into the 'liveries' directory of the Tu-134B-3. By Alexander Malygin.
X-Plane 10 UTair Aviation Tu-134 B-3. This is a UTair Aviation livery for the Tupolev Tu-134B (TU-134B-3.ZIP). UTair Aviation is an airline with its head office at Khanty-Mansiysk Airport in Russia. Although the real livery is on a Tu-134A-3, the B-3 is close enough. Unzip and place the folder 'UTAIR RA-65565' into the 'liveries' directory of the Tu-134B-3. By Alexander Malygin.
X-Plane 10 McDonnell Douglas MD-11. The McDonnell Douglas MD11 is a three-engine medium to long-range wide-body jet airliner, manufactured by McDonnell Douglas and, later, by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. This aircraft comes with four liveries: untitled/white, Delta (current), Swiss International and untitled freighter. It also has a custom panel. The aircraft presented here is a work in progress (unfinished) so expect future updates. Please leave a comment if you have suggestions. By Jack Gutzler.
X-Plane 10 Tupolev Tu-134B. The Tupolev Tu-134 is a twin-engined airliner built in the Soviet Union from 1966 to 1984. The B series represented the second series; 80 seats, and with the radar moved to the nose radome, which eliminated the glazed nose. This aircraft comes with both a 3D cockpit and passenger interior. By Alexander Malygin.
X-Plane 9.70+ IL-96-300 Russian Presidential Aircraft. The Russian presidential aircraft are aircraft of the Russian presidential fleet used by the President of Russia and other government officials. The main presidential aircraft is the four-engined, long-range, widebody Ilyushin Il-96-300PU, a highly modified Il-96, with the two last letters standing for "Command Point" in Russian. The interiors of the aircraft are inspired by Russian art. In May 2002, it was reported that fittings used in the Russian presidential aircraft were manufactured in England, and that Vladimir Putin had personally inspected the ongoing work at the Voronezh plant while he was the Prime Minister. By Alexander Sheiko.
FSX/P3D v4 Curtiss JN-4D. Mass production of aircraft in the United States began with the Curtiss JN "Jenny" series (over 6000 built). This JN-4D model aircraft is produced from source files included with the FS9 SDK. The source files were modified to provide FSX/P3Dv4 compliant exterior and interior models while retaining compatability with existing repaint skins such as those available on the Ford Tri-motor Project website, by Dave Carroll.
X-Plane 10 Airbus A320. The Airbus A320 family consists of short to medium range, narrow-body, commercial passenger twin-engine jet airliners manufactured by Airbus. The family includes the A318, A319, A320 and A321, as well as the ACJ business jet. This aircraft was created due to quite a few request. It is still a work in progress, but apart from a few minor details, its pretty much complete. If you would like to create liveries for this aircraft, then please feel free. More updates to follow. For suggestions on future improvements please comment. By Jack Gutzler.
X-Plane 10.20+ Boeing 727-200Adv v2.3.1. Here, in this latest version, is a plane and flying experience worth the effort to master. This version has no 3D cockpit, but it does have eight panel views to give a 360 degree set of views around the interior of the cockpit, as well as a set of night textures. If you have enjoyed the previous versions, try out this better flying experience. The same good flying, better experience. By Ron Norvelle.
X-Plane Felis Yakovlev Yak-40 in special flight squad Russia livery. Textures only for the freeware Felis model. Repaint by Sergey Gleba aka serg09.
X-Plane 9+ Alcock & Brown Vimy. Here is the airplane that was used in the North Bay, Canada, reenactment of Alcock and Brown's epic non-stop transatlantic flight. Inside the package is the Vickers Vimy aircraft, a collection of documents comprising the Pilots Operating Handbook (tested and constructed by Bamboo Cougar), a plugin for navigation that provides lat/lon to simulate using a sextant for acquiring a fix. (This plugin was built for the project by Sandy Barbour) and a chart of the North Atlantic, should you want to try your hand at very basic navigation. By Ron Norvelle.
FSX/P3Dv3,v4 Bucker Bu 133 Jungmeister The Bucker Bu133 Jungmeister (young master) was an advanced trainer of the Luftwaffe in the 1930s. It was a single-engine, single-seat biplane of wood and tubular steel construction and covered in fabric. The Jungmeister design remained competitive in international aerobatic competition into the 1960s. FSX/P3D v3,v4 upgrade by A.F. Scrub.