Exojet Cessna Citation X

FSX Exojet Cessna Citation X. A repaint of the payware Eaglesoft Citation X 1.0 with real world livery N780PT. This plane belongs to Exojet, Inc. This repaint has been done with exceptional attention to detail, and with excrutiating effort by the author. You must own Eaglesoft's Citation X for these textures to work. By By John J. Thuot II.

Cessna Citation X N978DB

FSX Cessna Citation X N978DB. This is a hand painted, repaint of Eaglesoft Citation X 2.0 with real world livery registration number N978DB. This plane belongs to Boair, LLC. The original aircraft was built in 1996, before winglets for the Citation X came out. It was delivered on 12/28/07, and the original registration was N909QS. When it was transferred to Boair LLC, the registration changed to N978DB. By Johnny Rosario.

Samoa Air Cessna C172

FSX Samoa Air Cessna C172. The Cessna C172 '5W-RJO' is owned and operated by Samoa Air. Samoa Air is a small Samoan airline that offers scheduled flights between the domestic islands as well as to American Samoa. The C 172 is mainly used for air taxi services between Savaii and Upolu. This is a repaint for the payware A2A Simulations Cessna C172. By Tim Scharnhop.

Cessna 152 Aerobat

FSX Cessna 152 Aerobat. This is RanchoJen's Cessna 150 updated for Flight Simulator X. Aircraft updated to Cessna 152 Aerobat specs. Package includes a new 2D and VC using default gauges. Model by J.E. Narcizo. Textures by Mark Rooks of RDG Aircraft.

Aerobat Project Cessna 15

FSX Aerobat Project Aircraft. This is RanchoJEN's Cessna 150 model updated for Flight Simulator X. Aircraft updated to Cessna 152 Aerobat specs. This is a blank texture bmp, a starting point for any Cessna 152 Aerobat project. Package includes a new 2D and VC using default gauges. Model by J.E. Narcizo. Textures and panel by Mark Rooks of RDG Aircraft.

Aerotec Cessna C172

FSX Aerotec Cessna C172. Aerotec is a Spanish center for aeronautical training that began operation in Madrid (Cuatro Vientos in 1993), where its headquarters is located. Aerotec has trained over 3000 students, of which 92% ended up getting his official title. By Juan Villamor.