FSX Ryanair Boeing 737-800 default Textures

Previewregistration EI-DCK. Revised textures for the default B737-800 with better blending of colours. Includes flight from Prestwick to Dublin. By George Hutton.

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registration EI-DCK. Revised textures for the default B737-800 with better blending of colours. Includes flight from Prestwick to Dublin. By George Hutton.

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The archive fsxryr2.zip has 16 files and directories contained within it.

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fsxryr2.gif01.01.07290.25 kB
readme.txt01.04.072.13 kB
EGPK-EIDW.FLT01.01.0711.81 kB
EGPK-EIDW.FSSAVE01.01.07151.89 kB
EGPK-EIDW.WX01.01.07148.46 kB
IFR Prestwick to Dublin Intl.PLN01.01.074.03 kB
b737_800_1_T.dds01.03.07682.80 kB
b737_800_1_T_Specular.dds09.04.061.33 MB
b737_800_2_T.dds09.04.061.33 MB
b737_800_2_T_Specular.dds09.04.061.33 MB
Fresnel_Ramp.dds09.04.06640 B
texture.cfg08.14.06137 B
thumbnail.jpg12.31.0638.62 kB
FILE ID.diz01.04.07183 B
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B


When I first stepped foot in this aircraft, I felt a bit confused – it was a hugely impressive design, no doubt, but it also done a magnificent job of capturing the detail of the real thing by adding in so many little features and extras. It all felt a bit overwhelming at first, but I quickly got used to its style and decided to take off and see how it felt.

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A quick rotation around the model made me realize how much had gone into getting the Ryanair livery to work just perfectly, looking as if it wraps perfectly onto the aircraft and thus makes it much easier to create something that looks exceptional and does a great job of matching up with each section of the aircraft that it possibly can.

With the new revised textures this looks better than ever, and does a great job of capturing the look and feel of the aircraft in the best way that they can. The author, George Hutton, has done a great job in making sure that the aircraft can get the quality of aircraft to be represented clearly and honestly here – it really does carry the right feel and format that would do everything you could possibly need to put it all in place.

With the better blending carried out by the designer, also, the entire package looks authentic!

The textures are clear and crisp but they also work together excellently; colors go together instead of feeling like they are separate layers working together, making the whole aircraft in general look a whole lot more like its real life counterpart.

What was really important, too, was the introduction of the fight from Prestwick to Dublin to give you a proper flight that this takes on in real-life. The design mixed in with the great attention to detail throughout ensures that the whole program looks excellent and does all it can to really make sure you are left with something that feels excellent and is exceptionally comfortable to fly. If you like to enjoy a bit of realism when you are in a simulator I recommend trying this out as it does a great job of taking the Boeing 737-800 and making a big difference to the quality of its textures, making it looks every bit as good as professional third party releases.

Adam McEnroe

Adam McEnroe

Adam McEnroe is a flight sim enthusiast who has been simming since the days of FS95. Adam writes all of the download section editorials after testing each of the files. Adam has extensive knowledge using various flight simulator packages and thoroughly tests the files before writing about them. Adam also like to fly real-world aircraft in his spare time and is training for his PPL.

Should you wish, you can contact Adam via email at adam@flyawaysimulation.com.

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