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  1. Version 1.0.0


    A detailed representation of TC-JNC, Turkish Airlines' A330-200 retrojet painted in its vintage color scheme. Saw the airframe with my own eyes in Istanbul Atatürk Airport (IST ISL/LTBA) back in 2016. The A330-203 (MSN 742) was first delivered to Turkish in 2006, named "Bursa" until it was repainted to the current retro scheme in 2015, therefore renamed "Kushimoto" in the process. It is recommended to use this livery with Carda Jowol's GE CF6-80E1 mod for the JD330, which can be downloaded here: Installation is simple, simply drag and drop the "Turkish Airlines Retro TC-JNC" folder into your JD330 liveries folder.
  2. Version 1.1


    "Mutiara SIS Al-Jufrie Airport (Indonesian: Bandar Udara Mutiara SIS Al-Jufrie) (IATA: PLW, ICAO: WAFF), formerly Masovu Airport, is an airport near Palu, the capital city of the province of Central Sulawesi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. As the largest airport in Central Sulawesi, Mutiara SIS Al-Jufrie Airport serves as the main port of entry to the city of Palu as well as the surrounding area. The name airport can be separated into two part, "Mutiara" and "SIS Al-Jufrie". "Mutiara" means pearl in Indonesian, while "SIS Al-Jufrie" is an abbreviation of Sayyid Idrus bin Salim Al-Jufri, an Arab-Indonesian religious figure and an Indonesian National Hero from Central Sulawesi. He was a propagator of Islam in Central Sulawesi until his death in Palu in 1969. SIS Aljufri is also a religious figure and founder of the religious organization Alkhairaat that grew and developed rapidly in eastern Indonesia." - Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutiara_SIS_Al-Jufrie_Airport) This had been originally a Gateway airport I did back in 2018 to honor the victims of the 2018 Sulawesi earthquake & tsunami. It was made with the combination of configurations before and after the earthquake happened. I actually upgraded the airport over time myself with Autogate and subsequently SAM jetways, but I haven't got the chance to share it to any X-Plane downloading platform. I intended to just upload the last upgrade I did to the airport with SAM jetways and all, but in all of a sudden I figure out this should be a chance for me to try and make custom runways with @pyreegue's ALES Developer Library. Turns out it's pretty much an interesting process to deal with and I have more flexibility in the design of the airport itself with it. So I guess it's time for me to revamp the airport with custom runways and update the airport's layout to the latest standards. One interesting note to find is that the runway has been moved at least 200 meters towards the side of Runway 15. It's probably due to the runway's proximity to the Petobo Soil Liquefaction event area, which was regarded as one of the biggest soil liquefaction events in history, as the site itself was located about 600 meters from the old end of Runway 33. And the fact that the earthquake in 2018 also produced cracks up to 500 meters in length on the runway itself. LIBRARIES NEEDED FOR THIS SCENERY ALES Developer Library: https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/53427-ales-developer-library/ MisterX Library: https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/28167-misterx-library-and-static-aircraft-extension/ SAM Library (Make sure to download BOTH the Base Package AND the Seasons libraries!): https://forum.thresholdx.net/files/file/122-scenery-animation-manager-suite/
  3. Version 1.1


    This has been originally uploaded by an org forum user back in 2018. It was a direct FS2XPlane conversion of 31ND Aviation & AA_Angga Scenery's Adisutjipto Intl scenery for FS2004 & FSX. Either due to the fact the account associated with the original upload got suspended, or that it got taken down due to copyright reasons, the file has been unavailable to download from 2019 or some sorts. I managed to download the scenery before it was taken down. For the times I used the scenery, there has been several major issues I have with the original conversion: - The scenery is way too out of proportions, with the layout not corresponding both with the satellite imagery AND real-world airport specifications, - No night lighting on the buildings due to the fact that the original scenery not having them to begin with, and - Misplaced buildings due to the first point. This scenery package is a major revamp of the original FS2XPlane conversion. The revamp addressed most if not all of the issues that I mentioned above. This new scenery now features: - Fully reworked runway, pavement and taxiway layout to correspond the real data of the airport, mostly accurate according both to the satellite imagery and charts provided by Jeppesen. - Repositioned building objects corresponding with available satellite imagery. - Night lighting added to most building objects. - Additional night lighting added in the form of streetlights and apron floodlights for both military and civilian aprons. - Improved AI taxi routes to correspond with the latest 2020 operation of the airport according to the Jeppesen chart. - Removed several unnecessary objects from the original conversion. - The addition of windsocks and taxiway signs corresponding to the real-world operation of the airport. - SAM Marshallers on each gate on the civilian apron. - Additional eye-candy features such as new flag posts, the MiG-15 in front of the Akademi Angkatan Udara main building south of the airport (and a MiG-21 to represent a missile next to it since I haven't found a model for that particular missile in XP), catwalk connecting both the A & B terminals, abandoned Batavia Air 737-300 (represented by an FAIB XpressAir 733) on the end of taxiway NP, and much more. Credit goes to the original author of the scenery for FS9/FSX itself, which are 31ND Aviation (Fajar Dirgan) and AA_Angga Scenery (Angga Ade Sahfitra), for the base 3D modelling of the objects and the original layout. Their contacts can be listed down below: 31ND Aviation[Fajar Dirgan] Facebook : Fajar Dirgan Blogger : Fajardirgan.blogspot.com Instagram : Fajarrr31 AA_Angga Scenery[Angga Ade Sahfitra] Facebook : Angga Ade Sahfitra Blogger : - Instagram : Anggaadesahfitra For legal reasons, I've personally contacted one of the original authors of the scenery in order to upload this here with his approval. Full credits can be seen in the "Readme.txt" file provided with the package, although it's all in Indonesian. Also credits to whoever it is from the org forums who uploaded the initial FS2XP conversion that prompted me to revamp this scenery from the first place. Installation: Simply drop the "WAHH FD 31" folder in your Custom Scenery folder. LIBRARIES NEEDED FOR THIS SCENERY
  4. Version 3.0


    NOTE: All orthophotos in the preview images are generated using Ortho4XP using Bing Maps as the source. You can get Ortho4XP here. Also there's no static aircraft in this scenery excluding one in the northwestern ramp, GMF AeroAsia hangars, and western hangars. Otherwise all aircraft depicted on the gates in the screenshots are from Just Flight's Traffic Global XP. So well, I don't really do sceneries much but this is pretty much one of my first takes on it. In this scenery, I took @ysfsim's WIII scenery upgrade (with their permission of course) for the default Laminar scenery, and upgraded it again to meet current standards, at least to AIRAC 1908 standards, which was recent enough to include the new runway and most if not all new taxiway layouts that can be seen in both Google and Bing maps imagery, and the more recent charts as well. This scenery adds more features to the existing scenery which can be listed down below: LIBRARIES NEEDED FOR THE SCENERY: INSTALLATION: Simply drag and drop WIII Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta Intl to your Custom Sceneries folder. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- To-do list: - Use Navigraph Charts subscription to update the airport layout again to the most recent standards. - Complete the taxiway edge lines for the entire airport (I tell you, it's quite of a pain to deal with). - Addition of custom models of Terminals 1 & 2, Cargo Terminal, GMF AeroAsia hangar, Tower, and much more from @Bluffy Designs-BDs conversion of Budi Santoso's WIII for FS2004/FSX. - and many more...
  5. Version 1.1


    These repaints feature PK-GFQ (Boeing 737-81D MSN39416, delivered Aug 2011) and PK-GFK (Boeing 737-86N MSN37887, delivered Nov 2010), which both aircraft recently became the basis for the 1st and 2nd place winners, respectively, of the #FlyYourDesignWithGA mask livery competition. Garuda Indonesia recently held a design competition called Fly Your Design Through The Sky (with its accompanying hashtag #FlyYourDesignWithGA), spanning the entire month of October to promote wearing masks among Indonesian people during the COVID-19 pandemic. The competition's winning designs are featured in their fleet livery as follows: 1st and 2nd places on two of their Boeing 737-800s, 3rd on one of their Airbus A330-300s, and lastly 4th on one of their Boeing 777-300ERs. PK-GFQ became the basis for the 1st livery design winner, designed by Jailani Sidik, a young Indonesian graphic designer/illustrator. With the title of Indonesia Pride, the design itself is a colorful representation of Indonesia's natural diversity as well as its culture, which are all important assets of Indonesian national tourism. PK-GFK, which became the basis of the 2nd livery design winner, sports a Batik Parang pattern on its mask, designed by the 19-year old Helena Callista. The presence of Batik Parang in this design is not only to conserve one of Indonesian heritage, but with the pattern's meaning of perseverance. This in turn inspired its title, Terbang Tinggi dan Tetap Terlindungi (Fly High and Stay Protected). The reproduction of the mask livery on the Zibo paintkit took many hours (and days) to complete, but all credit still goes to the original artists themselves, which their social media is listed down below (Instagram): #1: https://www.instagram.com/jaisidiq/ #2: https://www.instagram.com/deine.ele/ Credits for Amin Septiyadi for the base Garuda livery which I use as the basis of these mask liveries. Installation is simple, simply drop the respective livery folders inside your Zibo liveries folder.
  6. Batik Air PK-LBG https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/56167-ultimate-737-900er-batik-air-pk-lbg/
  7. easyJet G-EZKE: https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/52074-easyjet-g-ezke-boeing-737-700-ultimate/
  8. The Ultimate 737-700 has been released now. Is there any plans to include this into SAM? Thank you.
  9. Lion Air Dreamliner PK-LFG: https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/51636-lion-air-dreamliner-boeing-737-900er-ultimate/
  10. Hey there, I am actually wondering if you can add a simple unit model for the HUD. The HUD itself is great but it doesn't really add to the immersion without the HUD unit shown here:
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