Plugins and Utilities

30 files

  1. TCAS CleanUp for the IXEG 733

    TCAS CleanUp for the IXEG 733.
    This script is ment for version 1.2.
    IF you have problems with TCAS targets not disappearing while using IVAO, VATSIM or PILOTEDGE, then this script may help you.
    If you dont have any issues, dont use this script.
    This script will only run when you are connected to IVAO, VATSIM or PILOTEDGE.
    - You will need FlyWithLua installed - 
    - copy IXEG_TCAS_CleanUp.lua to [X-Plane]\Resources\plugins\FlyWithLua\Scripts



  2. Jetstream 32 Operating Manual

    A complete operating manuel for the marvelous JS 32 by Javier Rollon.



  3. Randomly enable the built-in IXEG failures

    I made this LUA-script for randomly enable the built-in IXEG failures.
    The script enables the built-in IXEG failures + engine fire, engine failure and oil pumps.
    Have your QRH ready.
    Available failures by IXEG.

    The script activates when your GroundSpeed is higher then 40 knots.
    Settings: (edit the IXEG_Failures.lua)

    -- Here you set if the failures should be default enabled or disabled when your starting up X-Plane.
    -- Set true to enable failures, false to disable. Default is true. true and false have to be written with lowercase letters.
    EnableFailures_WizVar = true
    -- Mean time between failures (MTBF) is the predicted elapsed time between inherent failures of a system during operation.
    -- Default is MTBF_hours = 20.0. See further down for of a example of MTBF set to 10 hours.
    MTBF_hours = 20.0
    -- Max simultaneous failures pr session
    -- Default is Max_Failures = 2  -- The highest numbers of failures is 27 -- setting above this can crash x-plane
    Max_Failures = 2
    -- Set the level of failures you want. 
    -- 1 = Minor failures, 2 = Minor and Major failures, 3 Minor, Major and Critical failures.
    FailureSeverity = 3
    -- Set 'ImminentFailure' to 1 to enable the imminent failure option. When this option is enabled you can trigger a imminent failure with setting the SERVICE INTERPHONE to ON position on the overhead panel.
    -- The SERVICE INTERPHONE will switch back to OFF when a failure is triggered.
    -- The 'ImminentFailureMTBF' (in minutes) is the MTBF used when you enable the 'ImminentFailure' and set the SERVICE INTERPHONE to on.
    -- Default is 0. 
    ImminentFailure = 0
    -- Default is 5 (in minutes)
    ImminentFailureMTBF = 5
    The Service Interphone switch

    How to enable or disable failures (for the session) with FlywithLua menu.

    This graph shows a example how often you can expect a failure when you set the MTBF to 10 hours.

    - You need FlyWithLua installed - 
    - Tested on X-Plane 11 with Windows 10.
    - Simply place the script in [X-Plane]\Resources\plugins\FlyWithLua\Scripts
    Every failure is logged. You can find the logfile in your X-Plane root folder. The logfile is called IXEG_Failures.log
    Here is a sample of the logfile.

    Known bugs/limitations:
    - None. But please report if you find one
    For support please visit:



  4. X-RAAS: Runway Awareness and Advisory System

    X-RAAS is an open-source plugin that simulates the Honeywell Runway Awareness and Advisory System. Version 2.0 is a complete from the ground-up rewrite of the original X-RAAS FlyWithLua plugin. Please note that this is not just an upgrade of the old plugin and cannot be simply downloaded and plastered over the old 1.0 version. See below for details on how to install this plugin.
    X-RAAS2 is a standalone plugin written in C and as such no longer requires FlyWithLua. To install the plugin, unzip the contents into: <X-Plane>/Resources/plugins. If you have been using X-RAAS 1.0, be sure to remove it from FlyWithLua/Scripts, otherwise you will get strange doubled annunciations.
    X-Plane 10 & 11 compatible New configuration GUI: no need to mess around with config files anymore. The config files method is still supported, refer to section 2.1 of the included user manual for details on how to migrate existing customizations from version 1.0. Much improved performance: no more stuttering when Lua decides to collect garbage on slow systems. No more audio compatibility issues: this resolves audio compatibility issues with 3rd party addons such as Ground Handling Deluxe and the LES SAAB 340A (among others). More sensible automatic scenery alteration detection and scenery data cache rebuild. The cache rebuild is now also much faster. Much more fine-grained control over each RAAS monitor. Nicer text rendering and substitutable fonts & sizes. Ability to switch between "LONG LANDING" and "DEEP LANDING". User manual rewritten in LaTeX with clickable hyperlinks. Much more streamlined embedding into 3rd party aircraft avionics. The avionics integration guide is now a separate PDF manual with much more detail on how fine-tune the embedded software and how it compares to and interacts with a stand-alone installation. DEMONSTRATION VIDEO
    The video below is from version 1.0, but version 2.0 features virtually all identical annunciations.
    X-RAAS2 is open-source software distributed under the terms of the Common Development and Distribution License ("CDDL"), version 1.0. The license text is included in the ZIP package under Documentation/COPYING.



  5. vSpeed callouts for IXEG 733

    Hello Captains!
    I made a simple LUA-script for v-speed callouts.
    It includes callouts for 80 knots, V1, Vr, V2 (V2 is optional) and positiv rate / gear up.
    The script is tested on X-Plane 10.51 and X-Plane 11 on Windows 10.
    Feel free to leave a comment if you liked the script (or not)  
    - You will need FlyWithLua installed -
    - Unzip the files in [X-Plane]\Resources\plugins\FlyWithLua\Scripts
    You should get a structure something like this.

    Edit the IXEG_vSpeed.lua for the settings. 
    Set to true to enable "V2" callout and false to disable. true and false have to be written with lowercase letters.
    Enable_V2 = false
    Set to true to enable "Positive rate/Gear up" callout and false to disable. true and false have to be written with lowercase letters.
    EnablePosGearUp = true
    Sync the First Officers speedbugs with what you set on Captain side. Default = false. true and false have to be written with lowercase letters.
    SyncSpeedBugs = false
    Change "SoundLevel" to adjust volume for the callouts. Adjust between 0.10 min - 1.00 max (default 0.55)
    SoundLevel = 0.55
    How to use:
    This is how I use the bugs. It may not be correct compared to real procedures.
    The required bugs you need to set for the call out to work is Bug_2 to V1 speed, Bug_3 to Vr speed, and set the MCP speed to V2 (if you use V2 callout).
    You can set the other bugs to whatever you prefere.

    Known bugs/limitations:
    - Speed bugs can only be set on Captains side.
    @xplana for his excellent voice for the callouts
    For support, please visit:



  6. delete please.

    delete please



  7. MODERN INTERFACE for X-plane 10

    Time to give X-Plane a new modern look! 


    This is made to give a different and new look for X-Plane and changes it from the old one. 

    Not everything has been changed, but most visible items. 

    *INSTALLATION* Please make backup copy!! This is in case you want to go back to the original.  

    Copy 'Interface.png' from the Zip file into X-Plane 10\Resources\bitmaps and replace. 






  8. coroute Route to IXEG FMC

    This is a quick and dirty Windows Console application i made in order to create Company Routes for the IXEG B737-300. To get company routes which you can open by the FMC you could also use a simple text editor, however it was a tedious process so i decided to do this converter.
    All you have to do is to copy the route you are going to fly to the clipboard, only its waypoints and airways like this for example "XENAK UM985 LEDRI UL140 ALAMU DCT TEGRI UL605 NEKUL",
    then run the "route to ixeg fmc.exe" which will now ask you for the ORIGIN and Destination Airport (4-Letter ICAO Format in CAPITALS for each),
    once you entered those its done and there should be a coroute file ready to be opened by the FMC of the IXEG B737-300
    If your ORIGIN is, as in this example, LROP and your Destination is LTBA just enter LROPLTBA into the "CO ROUTE" line of the FMC and the route will be loaded.
    But first of all for setting it up you must check and enter the location of your IXEG Coroute file folder in the Settings.ini of the application.
    Mine is "D:/Program Files (x86)/Steam/SteamApps/common/X-Plane 10/Aircraft/X-Aviation/IXEG 737 Classic/coroutes/" so i entered it as a default.
    Also be carefull when you copy your route to the clipboard not to include any Airport, Runway, Flight Level, Sid, Star, Transition or anything else other than Waypoints and Airways (DCT and DIRECT is acceptable),
    it also has to be in CAPITAL letters same as the ORIGIN and Destination.



  9. IXEG 737 Classic X-Camera Config File

    Here's a basic X-Camera config file for the IXEG 737 Classic.
    It has:
    - 15 Cockpit views
    - 4 Wing views
    - 15 External views
    - 2 Orbits
    - 1 Flyby
    - a "walk around" type category that takes you around various areas of the aircraft
    TrackIR or HeadShake users will have to enable these in the X-Camera settings.
    No View IDs have been assigned, do this to your liking/need.
    If you are unsure about what this or X-Camera does, please refer to the X-Camera website. It is an essentially free camera control plugin that provides advanced camera options.
    It lets you set up a huge number of different views with smooth transitions and other snazzy features, like an orbit or flyby camera.
    Installation instructions:
    1. Make sure you have a recent/current version of X-Camera installed (such as 2.1.1 as of April 2016)
    2. Go to your X-Plane 10\Aircraft\X-Aviation\IXEG 737 Classic folder
    3. Copy this downloaded X-Camera_B733.csv to the IXEG 737 Classic folder
    4. Enjoy (or adjust to your liking in the X-Camera settings)
    If you have any comments or gripes, they belong here or to me via PM. I can also be contacted at
    Safe flying!



  10. Expanded 737 Classic Checklist Replacement

    Hey everyone,
    I found the stock checklist to be a little basic, so I made this expanded checklist in a style that I believe fits the aircraft. Checklist is based on real airline checklist for the 737-300. Big thanks to P3ROn for the help.

    (Please note that the preview image compression makes the checklist harder to read than it is in sim.)
    Installation instructions:
    1. Go to your X-Plane 10\Aircraft\X-Aviation\IXEG 737 Classic folder
    2. Make a backup of the current IXEG_checklist.png file (e.g. by renaming it to "IXEG_checklist.png.old")
    3. Copy this downloaded IXEG_checklist.png to the IXEG 737 Classic folder
    4. Enjoy.
    Please note that this checklist is not an official IXEG checklist. If you have any comments or gripes, they belong here or to me via PM. I can also be contacted at
    Safe flying!



  11. IXEG 737-300 Classic Camera set

    I got alot of requests for this file so here it is.
    IXEG 737-300 Classic camera view preset with wing views.
    Preview right here

    Like what you see? Check out my Twitch TV Stream right here



  12. B737-300 Checklist for IXEG - Now with printable version!

    B737-300 Checklist for IXEG 733
    Available at and
    This document was taken from an original B737-300 checklist from 1998. I have re-typed up the checklist into a nice pdf format for easy download download. If you require any other format then please let me know.
    It may be possible that some items may not yet be simulated.
    DO NOT re-upload anywhere else.



  13. FlightFactor Boeing 777-200 Replacement PA Sound Pack by TheFriedchicken

        - DO NOT reupoload or distribute on any other site without my permission.
        - The Text-To-Speech (TTS) voice is a payware voice and is not meant for commercial sale
        - This sound pack is for your personal use only
        -Locate your Boeing 777 aircraft folder in X-Plane/Aircraft/Heavy Metal
        -Place the contents of this archive within the 777 directory (ensure that the folder you copy us titled 'sounds')



  14. Ramzzess' Boeing 777-200LR Checklist

    This is the checklist according to the tutorial provided with the aircraft. If it looks familiar, that's because i made it in the same style that Ramzzess used for his Sukhoi Superjet 100. It's really easy to read and understand, but it still isn't completed. If you're familiar with the aircraft already, you'll know where everything is. if not, you'll just have to bare with me until I can finish it off over the next few days. Enjoy!



  15. KILM Flight and Ground Routes

    Air and ground traffic are available for KILM (Wilmington Intl, payware). World Traffic aircraft and start locations are:
    - KC-10 near gate 7
    - F-14 near hanger behind control tower
    - Columbia near Air Wilmington
    - C-130 near Customs tarmac
    A few things to keep in mind. KILM has crossing runways and sometimes World Traffic will place two aircraft on the same taxiway for a head-on collision. The KC-10 is rather large so any aircraft of similar size at gate 5 or 8 will need to taxi before the KC-10 has room to maneuver. The Columbia is hard to see when zoomed out from the airport because the light-colored wings match some taxiway colors. Use the optional object file for red wings on the Columbia. Flight plans begin in the air (not a departure airport) and all KILM runways have been defined; so landing should be possible for any wind condition.



  16. X-Plane 10 Compatibility Library for X-Plane 9

    X-Plane 10 Compatibility Library for X-Plane 9
    Dec 31, 2012 - Version 1.0
    By: "Chris K" and the ISDG Group
    Happy New year to All X-Plane 9 users.! Here is a gift for you..... From Us.
    This Library allows X-Plane 9 users to load X-Plane 10 Scenery files (with caveats, see below)
    Here's something I thought about a few weeks ago; in terms of providing SOME kind of compatibility between XP10 sceneries and XP9 sceneries. I am primarily developing for XP10, and don't want to have to do 'parallel development' in terms of providing backwards compatibility to XP9. (I wish to work on one project, not two).
    Instead of myself creating a "kludged" (Nerfed?) version of sceneries for XP9 (which I had done in the past to provide XP9 users something), instead I decided once-and-for-all to fix the problem at it's root.
    This "shim" library file inserts blank objects, facades, forests, etc. where they exist in the new XP10 Library system. This is similar in nature to how the OpensceneryX "placeholder" library works, but this time we apply it to every single XP10 library object we could find.
    This tricks XP9 into loading most XP10 scenery; as the library paths now resolve. The list is accurate as of XP10.20 beta 10.
    I have tested this on my own scenery packages, and it works.
    You will not see any XP10 objects (hangars, gates, lights, etc.)
    You will not see any XP10 facades (terminals are a big one)
    You will not see any XP10 forests
    You cannot use large (4096x4096) textures:
    If a scenery uses a draped polygon of greater than 2048 resolution on any side, XP9 will crash out. This is a known XP9 limitation; as it was only in XP10 that texture sizes were allowed to be increased.
    You cannot use XP10-style facades
    If a scenery uses an XP10 style 'custom' facade (FACADE 1000), XP9 will try to still load the facade, and proceed to crash out. I have tried the EDPORT_BACKUP trick, but it's a no go, since the file can actually be found (and still tries to use it, despite the version string).
    You cannot use XP10-style Airport Layouts. XP9 Will Ignore them.
    But! You *CAN* cheat!... and try to change the first few lines of the apt.dat file in a custom scenery to say "850" instead of "1000". I have tested this on YPAD for example, and it worked, despite there being custom ATC information encoded in it.
    Got an object I missed? or a new facade showed up from somewhere?
    Edit the library.txt file; find the "virtual" path that the scenery is using, and add the appropriate line to the library.txt file. Have a look at the text file - it's pretty self explanatory the 3 fields you need =)
    Also, let me know if you found something. I'll include it in the master DB I have here.
    This Library and associated files are provided "as is". No Warranty; No suitability of fitness for any purpose; May not even work.
    Insert standard "Boiler Plate" Here.
    © 2012 Chris K and the ISDG Group



  17. Simple Season

    How to install:
    Select the version of snow you want: normal snow, deep snow or very deep snow. You only need one of it. For Alaska I prefer the version with very deep snow.
    Replace the old Simple Season with the new one and delete the file "SP_version" in the root of the folder "zzzzzz1000 world terrain" or delete the folder "zzzzzz1000 world terrain" in your custom scenery folder.
    This short python script will give you the 4 seasons!
    The script puts a copy of the default scenery in the custom scenery folder and adds 4 sets of textures: winter, summer, spring and fall. If you are starting X-Plane 10 or moving the aircraft (location -> select global airport) it will calculate the needed season and activate it
    No restart of X-Plane is needed.
    January - March: winter in the north...summer in the south
    April - June: spring in the north ...fall in the south
    July - September: summer in the north...winter in the south
    October - December: fall in the north...spring in the south
    If the temperature at your airport is below -2° C it will set winter too
    If it is winter and the temperature higher than +2° it will switch to autumn.
    My script do not include any texture files, this must be done by the community.
    That means you will not see any difference between summer, spring and fall until you have added textures for it.
    It uses the default texture files to create a very simple winterworld for X-Plane. It is not really a nice winterworld but better than nothing.
    I only added the simple winter to show that my script is working, do not expect too much.
    X-Plane 9 users can install the well known WinterWorld into my script.
    It is easy to add texture files to it.
    If you add your own texture files to my system then you must do it to the folder "SP_texture_template" with the subfolders summer, winter, spring and fall. The folder "SP_texture_templatefall" will be the root of the scenery folder after the season fall is activated. If you put your files to the normal texture folders it can happen that you overwrite the default X-Plane texture files. If this happen then you must run the X-Plane installer to repair X-Plane!
    Scenery designer can use my script to switch their scenery too
    Harddisk space:
    This script do not touch any real file, it is no more than a gigant softlink manager. That means you do not need free harddisk space untill you are adding texture files.
    X-Plane Versions:
    This script will work with all versions of X-Plane 9 and 10 till 10.99, X-Plane cant break it (at least i hope it) If my script detects a new version it will rebuild the system and every thing should work fine
    How to install:
    It requires Sandy Barbours Python interface
    Drop it in the folder PythonScripts and start X-Plane
    For the first start my script will need a very long time to copy the default scenery, my system needs around 17 minutes for it and my computer isn't slow
    After the installation you must restart X-Plane to register the new scenery.
    Known limitations:
    You can change all files inside the default scenery except the library.txt. This file is always the default version.
    If you change it then X-Plane will crash!
    If my script is switching the scenery than X-Plane needs a few seconds to do this.
    During this time X-Plane is not responding. This is a limitation by X-Plane, there is no way to change it.



  18. BAe Jetstream 32 Interactive Checklist

    Hi there,
    Thanks for downloading this file, I hope you will find it as useful as I hope to as I generally cannot cope that well in the Jetstream 32 without following the checklists - I always miss something and then: BANG! There goes an engine.. again.
    The intention behind creating this series of (24!) checklists was to help people have an easy way of staying on top of the Jetstream 32 before it gets carried away or you get lost in what it's doing.
    I've also seen a lot of people having problems that have been reported as bugs to JRollon when 95% of the time it's down to pilot error. Hopefully this series of checklists will serve to negate some of these errors.
    Please read the "Installation Instructions" - I've taken the time to try and cover most issues/questions, so please check there for any pointers!
    If you want some visual pointers, I have created the following accompaying YouTube videos, which shows these checklists in action!
    X-Plane Bae Jetstream 32 Interactive Checklists - Introduction / Installation

    X-Plane Bae Jetstream 32 Interactive Checklists - Aircraft Acceptance to Takeoff

    More to come as I get time to do them....
    James Gillies "JimboG"
    Checklists Included:
    Aircraft Acceptance
    Before Engine Start
    Automatic Engine Start
    After Start
    Before Takeoff
    After Takeoff
    Before Landing
    After Landing
    Manual Engine Start (Left)
    Manual Engine Start (Right)
    Engine Fire (Left)
    Engine Fire (Right)
    Both Engines Fire
    Engine Failure / In-Flight Shutdown
    Descent/Approach - Single Engine
    Landing - Single Engine
    Go Around/Missed Approach



  19. JRollon CRJ-200 Virtual Dispatch

    The JRollon CRJ-200 Virtual Dispatch calculates various values required for your flight plan (distance between airports, fuel amount, weights, CG, V speeds, pitch trim, etc.). The application is developed for the JRollon CRJ-200 airplane (X-Plane) only.
    The application is created in Java and therefore can be used on any platform (Windows, Mac, Linux). You must have Java installed on your compter to run the application.
    Note to those on MACs: iMAC OS X does not support Java anymore and does not provide automatic update of Java. To run this application, you need to go to the Java website and download and install the latest update.
    If this application does not work on your computer (Mac, Windows, or Linux), your Java version is out of date. Go to the Java website and install the latest version!
    The zip file contains an exe file for Windows users, a jar file for those with Mac and Linux, and a brief manual (if you ever need one).
    If you have any comments about the application, you may write me at:



  20. J32 FSM Profiles Maneuvers

    Jetstream 32 FSM Profile Maneuvers
    Per request from several members I am providing a copy of the J32 regional airline profiles maneuvers published from the J32 Flight Standards Manual.
    ACA Flight Standards Manaual - Chapter 17
    Flight Profiles:
    Normal and Instrument Takeoff
    Noise Abatement Takeoff
    Aborted Takeoff
    Takeoff - Engine Failure After V1
    Visual Pattern - All Engines Operative
    Visual Pattern - One Engine Operative
    Visual Pattern - Flaps Inoperative
    All Engines Operative ILS Approach
    One Engine Operative ILS Approach
    High Speed ILS/Field Conditions VMC
    All Engines Operative Non-Precision Approach
    One Engine Operative Non-Precision Approach
    All Engine Circling Approach
    One Engine Circling Approach
    Landing Without Direct Elevator Control
    All Engine Operative Go Around/Missed Approach
    One Engine Operative Go Around/Missed Approach

    Steep Turns
    Emergency Descent

    Approach To Stalls:
    Approach To Stall - Cruise Configuration
    Approach To Stall - Takeoff Configuration
    Approach To Stall - Landing Configuration



  21. J32 FSM Performance

    Jetstream 32 FSM Performance
    Per the request from several members, attached is a copy of the Jetstream 32 regional airline performance chapter published from the Flight Standards Manual.
    J32 Flight Standards Manual Performance - Chapter 15
    Note: Performance data provided for training purposes only and should not be used for real world flight operations
    Takeoff Performance:
    Precomputed Takeoff Data
    Automatic Performance Reserve (APR)
    Reduced Power Takeoffs

    Enroute Performance:
    Single Engine Operations
    Precomputed Enroute Performance Data
    Cruise Power Settings
    Long Range Cruise Power Settings

    Landing Performance:
    Precomputed Landing Data
    Land and Hold Short Operations



  22. 4821 nm across the Sea (XP 10 Travel Guide #1)

    Each issue of the monthly X-Plane 10 Travel Guide presents a tour you can fly in X-Plane, incl. screenshots, download links, recommended aircraft and maps.
    This issue's topic is 4821 nm across the Sea. Falalop - Tahiti in X-Plane 10.
    It presents a tour starting in Micronesia and ending in French Polynesia. Have fun.
    Note: This download is a .pdf file! It does not contain any scenery or aircraft!



  23. DesignXPlaneObjects Manual

    This manual is intended for newbies and summarizes my learning experience to develop aircraft models for X-Plane
    The manual covers the following items:

    1. Getting and processing the Blueprints
    2. Preparing the master images to be used in the Texture Map
    3. Notes on developing an aircraft model using Plane-Maker
    4. Using AC3D to develop the aircraft X-Plane objects
    5. Using the AC3D texture Coordinator
    6. Animations
    7. Tuning the AC3D model to the Plane Maker model
    8. Exporting the AC3D files as X-Plane objects
    9. 3D cockpits basic design You may use this manual and included attachments freely and without any type of restriction



  24. Paintkit with layered PSD files for the McPhatstudios ATR 72-500

    Layered Paintkit for McPhatstudios ATR72-500 by Leen de Jager
    By Leen "Flybike" de Jager.( based on edited and composed blanks made from the original McPhattextures )
    This paintkit includes a set of "neutral-normal-files".
    Make sure to place these normal-files in the objects -folder of your livery.
    These normal-files have an edited normal and /or specular layer.
    Their individual file-weight is much lower than the original ones , approx 7Mb instead of 16Mb
    Using these normals prevents the default normal-files from making the default texture
    visible on your paint when sunlight is striking the texture .
    These customised normals (V2) replace the set I made and published earlier.
    This paintkit is free ( for non-commercial use ONLY).
    When publishing a repaint based on this paintkit, credits :
    Paint made using ATR paintkit by Leen "Flybike" de Jager
    Unzip LDJ-Paint-kit to a temp folder.
    Have fun
    Leen "Flybike" de Jager



  25. iGoDispatch JRollon CRJ-200

    Flight planning tool for JRollon CRJ-200. It calculates weights, fuel, reference speeds, balance, pitch trim, and many other values that you need for your flight.
    It is Windows only for the time being. It should be available on other platforms later.
    Have a safe flight!
    Please vote if you liked the application.