Very nice package of the Boeing 737-400 native to FSX / P3D by Eric Cantu / Eagle Rotorcraft Simulations with virtual cockpit on the theme of the Boeing 737 'Classic' by Speedird77. Included with 17 international liveries.
Superb mod for FSX / P3D v4 and v5! This package includes a new 3D model with PBR (only on P3Dv4 and v5) modeled by Hiroshi Igami with a lot of animated parts including loading of very big cargo ship.
Superb package offered by Flanker256 (a big thank you to him for the work provided). This Boeing 727-100 mega-pack consists of 8 Passenger version models and 2 Cargo version models created by TDS / Tenkuu Developers Studio + the virtual 727 cockpit by Thomas Ruth and 32 HD liveries.
I am pleased to present a new virtual cockpit, the most advanced FREEWARE cockpit for the Boeing 787 based on MagKnight. But not only that, because it is a complete package, i.e. in addition to creating a new virtual cockpit I have also added and integrated the 3D models of the Boeing 787-8 / -9 / -10 GEnx.
The Boeing 737-MAX8 is back on Rikoooo! Are you ready to fly this fabulous plane? It is with the permission of its creator Hiroshi Igami (TDS) that we offer this superb package including 41 repaints.
A complete package for FSX/SP2 (tested by Rikoooo and compatible with Prepar3D v4.5) with full VC panel, and boom compartment. Optimized for multiplayer.
Here is the Boeing 727-200 VistaLiners / Erick Cantu originally for FS2004 converted for FSX & P3D. This super package is available with 154 liveries of all kinds and from many countries, a real treasure!
Complete add-on based on the superb 3D model of TDS (Tenkuu Developers Studio) and the fantastic virtual cockpit of Thomas Ruth. Includes with FMC, authentic sounds for Boeing 727-100, Ground Handling, Call out and V-Speed gauge.
Nothing to say for this add-on of excellent quality compatible (among others) with Prepar3D v4, note that the virtual cockpit is that of the 737-800 (with FMC and other useful gauges) which is close to the Boeing C- 32. The sounds (authentic) come from a Boeing 757 whose C-32 is a derivative. Special thanks to Chris Evans for the screenshots and the idea of the package.