Category: Downloads

South Pacific Society Islands Scenery

This beautiful island scenery includes fourteen islands and nine airports, including Tahiti (NTAA) and Bora Bora (NTTB). This is an ideal spot for island-hopping in a helicopter, or flying circles over in an agile little jet. Note that to use it, you’ll first need to install the OpenSceneryX package. See this scenery package, complements of  […]

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Dassault Falcon 7X

The Dassault Falcon 7X is a high-performance, long-range jet with no shortage of style. Introduced to the world in 2005, the Falcon is the world’s first fly-by-wire business jet. This model, complements of X-Plane.org user After, includes a very immersive 3-D cockpit, with an all-glass instrument panel.

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Los Angeles (KLAX) Photorealistic Scenery

At nearly 700 MB, this scenery package is no lightweight. It provides high-resolution orthophotos to cover much of the Los Angeles area, which means that at altitude, you’ll have a whole lot of trouble distinguishing what you see in X-Plane from what you might see in the real world. The package includes photorealistic scenery for […]

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Eurocopter EC135

The EC145 is a very popular twin-engine helicopter used for military, medical, and private purposes. This model, complements of X-Plane.org user jpb63, comes with a custom built 3-D cockpit, as well as custom sounds.  You’ll have a blast flying it!

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The Lost Isles of the Pacific Scenery

This fantasy scenery package combines all the most interesting scenery features together in one place, with soaring mountains, deep canyons, and idyllic inlets. It’s a joy to fly, especially in your favorite helicopter. After installing, just open the Location menu, click Select Global Airport, and type in MNIS, TEXX, MAIN, ENEA, or TENE. Click the […]

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Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress

Khamsin’s B-17G is one of the most realistic flight experiences available for X-Plane. With a gorgeous 3-D model (including 3-D cockpit), this is truly a payware-quality warbird. Don’t forget to check out the manual!

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Antonov An-2

This single-engine biplane is slow and fun to fly. Designed in 1946 in the USSR, and produced consistently for 45 years afterward, it’s a big piece of aviation history. Perhaps most interestingly, the aircraft has no stall speed. Like many modern VTOL/STOL aircraft, it can even fly backward! With the engine off, the aircraft will […]

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