FSX Cessna 172 Skyhawk

PreviewCessna 172 Skyhawk. This livery is from the tribute for Microsoft Flight Simulator X. By Victor Vu.

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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Cessna 172 Skyhawk. This livery is from the tribute for Microsoft Flight Simulator X. By Victor Vu.

Cessna 172 Skyhawk in flight.

Cessna 172 Skyhawk in flight.

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This is my first livery to repaint the C172. It is from the tribute for Microsoft Flight Simulator X. This is my first repaint for the C172 so please like it and enjoy!


Place the Texture.fsx folder into the default C172 folder, then go to the installation text document and copy all contents. Next, go to the default C172 and open the aircraft.cfg, then go to before you end up into the [GENERAL] Section. Last, paste everything and then change the x into a number that is not used, then run FSX and choose free flight and go to the aircraft manufacturer to "Cessna," then look over "FSX Livery" and there you have it!


You are not to redistribute my files to other sites without consent to the author. I'm not responsible for damages doing to your computer. I accept no liability if it does anything wrong to your computer. THIS SPLASHSCREEN IS FREEWARE SO DON'T DO ANYTHING FOR MONEY WITH THIS!!! NOT FOR COMMERICAL SALE. This splashscreen is not affiliated or endorsed by Microsoft or Cessna.

Simply put the dlgsplash into the Uires folder on the main FSX folder. But be sure to make a backup for the default or your other "dlgsplash" files to "Bdlgsplash" or the same backup file with the number of your splashscreens you have. Then run FSX and there you have it!!!

title=Cessna Skyhawk 172SP FSX Repaint
ui_type=C172SP Skyhawk
ui_variation=FSX Livery
ui_typerole=Single Engine Prop
description=A stable and trustworthy plane, most pilots have logged at least a few hours in a Cessna 172, since it's the most widely available aircraft in the rental fleet, and is used by most flight schools. Since the first prototype was completed in 1955, more than 35,000 C172s have been produced, making it the world's most popular single-engine plane. One of Cessna's first tricycle-gear airplanes, the 172 quickly became the favorite of a growing class of business pilots. Its reliability and easy handling (along with thoughtful engineering and structural updates) have ensured its continued popularity for decades.

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The archive c172_fsx.zip has 30 files and directories contained within it.

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
dlgsplash.bmp06.11.081.38 MB
splahscreen Inst.txt04.04.08275 B
Thumbs.db04.04.084.50 kB
splashscreen06.11.080 B
C172_1_C.dds09.04.06682.79 kB
C172_1_night_C.dds09.04.06682.79 kB
C172_2_C.dds09.04.06682.79 kB
C172_2_night_C.dds09.04.06682.79 kB
C172_3_C.dds09.04.06682.79 kB
C172_3_night_C.dds09.04.06682.79 kB
C172_4_C.dds09.04.06170.79 kB
C172_4_night_C.dds09.04.06170.79 kB
c172_c.bmp05.12.06170.74 kB
C172_Interior_T.dds06.11.08256.12 kB
c172_interior_t_night.dds09.04.0642.79 kB
C172_Pilot.dds06.11.081.00 MB
C172_reflection.dds09.04.06170.79 kB
C172_T.dds06.11.081.00 MB
c172_t_bump.dds06.11.081.00 MB
c172_t_spec.dds06.11.081.00 MB
fresnel_ramp.dds06.11.081.12 kB
Prop_C172.dds06.11.0816.12 kB
texture.cfg08.14.06137 B
thumbnail.jpg06.11.0869.87 kB
texture.fsx06.11.080 B
Installation.txt06.11.08932 B
Readme.txt06.11.081.33 kB
screenshot.JPG06.11.0869.94 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B
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