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LES C23 Sundowner Livery N23FE
janis22 posted a file in General Aviation
General Aviation - LES C23 Sundowner Livery N23FELES C23 Sundowner Livery N23FE View File LES C23 Sundowner Livery N23FE Enjoy Submitter janis22 Submitted 12/28/2020 Category General Aviation Livery For https://www.x-aviation.com/catalog/product_info.php/beechcraft-sundowner-c23-p-166?osCsid=8shvg7aur7u9qkngh51rqe50k0 X-Plane Version(s) X-Plane 11
General Aviation - C23 PaintkitC23 Paintkit View File Paintkit for the LES C23. Includes metallic and non-metallic normal maps for PBR. Submitter Goran_M Submitted 07/09/2020 Category General Aviation Livery For https://www.x-aviation.com X-Plane Version(s) X-Plane 11
Beechcraft Duke flying in HimalayaBeechcraft Duke flying in Himalaya (Aircraft by RWDesigns)
Beechcraft 1900D First FlightFirst Flight with Beechcraft 1900D (by Carenado)
The XP10 stock KingAir C90B
pryoski posted a topic in Aircraft DevelopmentThe KingAir C90B is one of those planes with which I have an irrational love for / affinity with. I feel the same way about the MU-2. I'll admit that I'm a bit slow of the mark, but I was experimenting with the C90B in PlaneMaker yesterday and there in plain site (no pun intended) was Tom Kyler's name as it's creator (I've placed this post here rather than on the X-Scenery forum because the plane is a stock aircraft for XP10). No wonder I sez to myself! This plane flies beautifully and taxi-ing is a joy when you've worked out the best console settings for throttle, prop rpm and mix ... it's a dream because it's one of Tom Kyler's creations. However, in it's current state of development I'd consider it not finished. Tom, do you know if this aircraft will evolve along with XP10 into the hi-fidelity model that is it's true "unleashed" nature?
Carenado Beechcraft A36 Bonanza is here!!
steven winslow posted a topic in General DiscussionCarenado's next X-Plane model is available now!! This Beechcraft A36 is awesome! She's got an Aspen EFD1000 and dual GNS430's. I've flown her a couple of hours now and I think she ranks right up there with the Skymaster and the Caravan. The EFD1000 implementation is a welcome addition!