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This is a repaint of the iFDG A319. Soon: A340 / B737-200 / B767-300 all with the LAN livery! Credits: Model by iFDG. Repaint by Carlos Molina.
This is a repaint of the iFDG a320. Soon: A340 / B737-200 / B767-300 all with the LAN livery! Credits: Model by iFDG. Repaint by Carlos Molina
Description: The newest aircraft for the LAN Airlines fleet. This is a repaint of the iFDG A318. Soon: A319 / A320 / A340 / B737-200 / B767-300 all with the LAN livery! Credits: Model by iFDG. Repaint by Carlos Molina.
32 Bit Textures. Original by Project Opensky. Repaint by Zak Woodman.
for the default Airbus A320. Tex Connolly.
Thank you for downloading this my first BETA 1 attempt to make a graphic livery in Lufthansa design for the default b747-400
XY-AGD and XY-AGE. GMAX model of the A310-222 with Pratt & Whitney JT9D-7R4E1 engines in Air Bagan colors and full range of animation. Air Bagan is Myanmar's newest and biggest airline. With this two Airbus they wants fly outside Burma starting fr...
only for the defauklt B747-400. Tex Connolly.
for the default 747-400.Tex Connolly
Boeing House Colours Old & New colours. FS2004 aircraft includes updated files for FSX. By Zak Woodman.
or the default 737-800. Tex Connolly.
For the default 747-400. Tex Connolly.
for the default 737-800. Includes a Flight Plan from Dublin to Brussels. Tex Connolly.
for the default 737-800. Tex Connolly.
XY-AGA and XY-AGB. Fps friendly full animated low poly model of the Fokker F28-4000 in Myanma Airways Livery (Burma). You can us it to fly by your self and/or for AI-Traffic. The model includes all the usual things as landing and taxi lights, dyna...
for the default B737-800. By Jamie Graham.
Default Boeing 737-800 in Continental Airlines livery. Patrick Finch.
registration EI-DCK. Revised textures for the default B737-800 with better blending of colours. Includes flight from Prestwick to Dublin. By George Hutton.