FS98/FS2000 Bahamasair Boeing 737-700(WL). A Boeing 737-790 with winglets of Bahamasair. The aircraft is powered by CFM56-7B24 engines, registration C6-BFX. This aircraft (msn 30662) was delivered new to Alaska Airlines in September 2003. Then it was delivered to Lucky Air of China in December 2010. It was finally delivered to Bahamasair in February 2019. Original aircraft model by Kim Simmelink, extensive rework and update by Stephan Scholz (includes: AF99 circle 12 sided fuselage and engines, fully new textures, detailed undercarriage, general bleed-through improvement and moving parts, landing lights), new high quality flight characteristics (based on original Flight Planning and Performance Manual) by Andre Lederer, painted by David Schulze. Repaint in Bahamasair livery (with permission from Andre Lederer) by Brian Chappie.
FS2000 iS4g Workshop Fairchild Dornier Do 328-120. This is a rework of Hans-Guenther Schnell and Ulrich Effertz's original optimized for FS2000. It has been modified in the visual model by adding a new twelve sided fuselage, new wing, elevators and rudder designed to host full moving parts. Also included new BMP format high resolution textures. Designed by Alessandro Casadio for iS4g Workshop.
FS2000 Icelandair Boeing 737-400 textures (new livery). This repaint represents an 737-400, in the new livery of Icelandair. The first aircraft, a B757-200, registration TF-FIH, received this paint job in November 1999. Actually Icelandair will probably not be repainting the 737s as they plan to exchange the last two 737s to 757s during the next year. By Snorri Glommi.
FS2000 Silent Wings VA Airbus A330-300, registration G-SLAA, "Mundinglaya", in special "Gold"livery. Features maximum moving parts, maximum 3D parts, maximum textures AF99 circle, 12 sided fuselage and engines. Original by Camil Valiquette. Repainted by Ralf Luettig.
FS2000 Japan Air Lines Boeing 747SR-146B/SUD in GLAY livery, registration JA8170. This is one of the only two 747SR-100B/SUD on earth. JAL painted this aircraft in July 1999 to commemorate its 10th Anniversary of the Tokyo-Hakodate route and the band GLAY's concert "Survival" but it has been removed in just two months. Repainted by Jeffrey Lung.