American Airlines Boeing

FSX American Airlines Boeing 737-800. Textures only. Corey Ford's iFly 737 800 version of American Airlines ported to FSX by Sergio Sanchez.

SP2 Scenery--Sanford Orla

FSX SP2 Scenery--Sanford Orlando International Airport (KSFB), Florida (FL). This is a complete overhaul of the default KSFB airport. All gates are correct and assigned, added the scrap yard, extended 9R-27L to it current length of 6000+ feet and added its ILS. Also added parking for Delta Connection Flight Academy training aircraft plus alot of other goodies. By Ryan Cobb.

Alabama State Troopers Pa

FSX Alabama State Troopers Pack. This is the Alabama State Troopers Pack from FTB Models. Includes Dodge Charger and Ford Crown Victoria. Models by Dirk Stuck.

Scenery--Alf's UK Airfiel

FSX Scenery--Alf's UK Airfields Volume 15. Upgrades many small UK airfields whose default versions have little or no detail. Based on Google Earth and airport guides. This volume includes Eggesford X2EG, Eshott EG18, Swansea EGFH. By Alf Denham.

Scenery--Alf's UK Airfiel

FSX Scenery--Alf's UK Airfields Volume 5. Upgrades many small UK airfields whose default versions have little or no detail. Based on Google Earth and airport guides. This volume includes EGSU Duxford, EGSR Earls Colne and EGFE Haverfordwest. By Alf Denham.

FSX/P3D Automobile Associ

FSX/Prepar3D Automobile Association DeHavilland DH.89A Rapide. Aircraft repaint for Dave Garwood's de Havilland DH. 89A Dragon Rapide v4 only. Built in 1944 as NR693, G-AHKV (c/n 6792) served with British European Airways from 1946. By 1954 Sky Neon Aviation were flying the aircraft at night over London with underwing neon advertising signs. Registered to the Automobile Association in 1957, G-AHKV became the most famous of all their aircraft. Flown by former RAF Mosquito pilot Bill Lewis, she was used as a traffic spotter, monitoring congestion and incidents from the air. The prototype of the DH. 89A Mk 6 conversion, G-AHKV had sophisticated electrical and navigation equipment on board. She was also an air ambulance, repatriating AA members who had suffered accidents or illness in Europe and dropping supplies to snowbound villages in Scotland. Sold by the AA in 1963, she was burnt at Birmingham Airport in 1969. Two variants of the livery are included. By Adrian Petford.