Jul 27

Corsair International Summer 2013

Corsair International Boeing 747-422

Corsair International are the second largest French airline after Air France. They are a subsidiary of the TUI group operating from Paris Orly to destinations in the French overseas territories, Africa and Canada using a fleet of Boeing 747 and Airbus A330 aircraft.  I recommend the repaints by Stephan Faessler, corsair_international_b747-422_f-gtui.zip for the Boeing 747-400 PW model by AI Aardvark, corsair_international_a330-343x_f-hsky.zip for the Airbus A330-300 model by The Fruit Stand and corsair_international_a330-243_f-hcat.zip for the Airbus A330-200 model by The Fruit Stand.

Download the plans here – AVSIM or FlightSim.com

Jun 16

Happy Fathers Day!

Just a quick post to say Happy Fathers Day to all the Dads out there like me. Hope you all have a great day!

Jun 12

Something New

Newfoundland

Something totally new for you all today. I’ll let the image do the talking and you do the guessing what it is.

Jun 01

AI Monthly May 2013

Well yet another month goes by quickly before our eyes and the team behind AI Monthly have given us the latest issue to catch up with all that goes on within our community. Read it here – AI Monthly May 2013 – and leave any comments for the guys below.

Past Issues

May 27

Xstrata Nickel Summer 2013

Xstrata Nickel Boeing 737-2R8 Adv. (C)

Xstrata Nickel took over Falconbridge Ltd. in 2010 and with it they took over the operation of transporting mining workers from Montreal, Quebec, Rouyn-Noranda and Toronto to their operations in Kattiniq and Kuujjuaq. These plans are based upon tracking data from Flightaware.com and are as close to real life as possible. I recommend the repaint by Garry Lewis (FS9 or FSX) for the Boeing 737-200 Adv. model by FAIB.

Download the plans here – AVSIM or FlightSim.Com

May 25

Malindo Air Summer 2013

Malindo Air Boeing 737-9GP(ER)

Malindo Air are a new subsidiary of Lion Air operating a pair of Boeing 737-900ER’s to destinations across Malaysia from Kuala Lumpur with plans for expansion. I recommend the repaints by Mariano Bonaccorso, faib_b739w_mxd_9m-lnf.zip and faib_b739w_mxd.zip for the Boeing 737-900 Winglet model by FAIB.

Download the plans here – AVSIM or FlightSim.Com

May 25

Under Attack

Just to let everyone know that my  host is currently experiencing a massive brute force attack against all WordPress blogs they are hosting so if the sites offline for a short while don’t be alarmed, it will be back.

May 19

EG&G Flight Operations Summer 2013

EG&G Flight Operations Boeing 737-66N

EG&G Flight Operations or as they are more commonly known “Janet” are a small “black” airline that ferry workers to the Tonopah Test Range and Area 51 from their base at Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport and from Air Force Plant 42 located at Palmdale Regional Airport aboard their fleet of six Boeing 737-66N aircraft. EG&G Flight Operations also operate a small fleet of Beech 200C and 1900C aircraft however these are outside the scope of this flightplan due to the inability to accurately track these aircraft. I recommend the repaint by Juergen Baumbusch (FS9 or FSX) for the Boeing 737-600 model by FAIB.

Download the plans here – AVSIM or FlightSim.Com

May 12

Monfort Aviation Boeing 727-227

Monfort Aviation Boeing 727-227

Monfort Aviation’s Boeing 727-227 N17773 operates primarily carrying various sports teams to their matches across the Eastern half of the United States and Canada. You will need the Boeing 727-200 model by AI Aardvark.

Download the paint here – AVSIM or FlightSim.Com

Download the Summer 2012 plans here – AVSIM or FlightSim.Com

Download the Summer 2013 plans here – Currently unavailable as she is temporarily grounded at Chicago O’Hare.

May 10

FlightSim.Com

FlightSim.ComWell all of this seasons files have now been uploaded to FlightSim.Com as well as AVSIM, once they’re online download links will appear for each airline. Over the next few days you should also start to see all of my files from the last couple of years appear on both sites, something which I know there is demand for ever since this site went offline at the end of last year. Keep your eyes peeled and who knows what awaits around the corner!

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