Flight Simulator Downloads and add-onsWelcome to the Fly Away Simulation downloads section. Here you will find our library of freeware add-ons and mods for all of the major flight simulation packages. We feature Microsoft Flight Simulator X, Flight Simulator 2004 and have just started featuring X-Plane. Also included here will be files for Microsoft Flight, once the software has been released to the public.
Adding additional aircraft or scenery to your flight sim is a great way to expand your experience and play for longer. Freeware Aircraft & HelicoptersAll of the add-ons here are freeware, you don't even have to register to download, however a membership comes with many benefits including downloading files at full speed so that you don't have to wait -.
The most popular add-ons are aircraft; there are literally thousands of repaints and models available. There are even repaint kits, where a user may download a blank repaint pack and create their own custom aircraft with a livery of their choice and design. Scenery ExpansionsScenery expansions are also becoming increasingly popular and users will be able to find them here too; from global mesh scenery to missing airports. You may browse our categories below, or use the search function of our library. Each flight sim expansion has a description and image to preview the add-on in the sim.
Full Coverage for FSX, FS2004 & X-PlaneThe Fly Away Simulation library is quite possibly the only complete all-in-one library online for FSX, FS2004 & X-Plane. Files are added daily, and the library is continually growing. With the release of Lockheed Martin's Prepar3D package, you will also find that pretty much all of the FSX downloads work with it too. Installation HelpThere are tutorials on our information pages with guides on how to install the addons,. A Boeing 747 landing at the famous St Maarten airport.
Screenshot from Microsoft Flight Simulator X.Microsoft Flight Simulator X, or as it's known within the community as FSX, is the latest released version of their flight simulator package for Windows computers. This has become the standard in PC simulation, with an estimated 75% of the market using this package.
The package is designed for a whole range of PC simulation uses, including fun flights for complete novices to IFR and navigation practice for trainee real-life pilots.The add-ons we cover for FSX include aircraft, scenery and many utility files that enhance your simulation experience and enable you to play for longer with a wider range of scenarios. FSX downloads are our main attraction here at Fly Away Simulation.
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This was usually the simulator used in commercial simulators and to train pilots for real-world scenarios because it was more customizable in these situations. When Microsoft announced the closure of the ACES studio (the team that developed Microsoft's Flight Simulator), the community were more open to change and adopted the use of other simulation packages on the market. X-Plane has always been there, but only at the back of the minds of MSFS users.When Microsoft announced the closure, users of MSFS started looking elsewhere for a more advanced or 'next-generation' simulator package. X-Plane 9 was the first choice and many users gave it a try. Fortunately for Microsoft users, Microsoft announced the development of 'Microsoft Flight', the flight simulator package they would be releasing after Microsoft Flight Simulator X.With the recent release of X-Plane 11, we have begun focusing our efforts on providing add-ons for this platform. X-Plane 11 is the future of flight simulators and many ex FSX users are adopting this platform as their next-generation flight simulator. This category is growing daily so stay tuned.
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Screenshot from Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004, showing AC500 flying over New HampshireMicrosoft Flight Simulator 2004 or as it's know, FS2004 was released in 2003 and was the next generation of PC flight sim packages after the release of FS2002. Flight Simulator 2004 set the benchmark for PC flight simulators, and the environment engine was overhauled after the previous release. Many aspects of the simulator were changed; from weather settings and generation to the new included auto-gen scenery features (computer generated trees and other objects).The world environment was a serious upgrade from FS2002 and FS2004 shortly became the most popular flight simulator of all time. Even after the release of FSX, many avid flight simmers and users still think of FS2004 as the 'ultimate' simulator and prefer it over later versions, claiming that the package is more stable and tried and tested. Categories. ( 1621).
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Razgr1z912 wrote:I've installed FS04 (finally lol) and i want to know what addons you guys have installed to make it look beautifulBeautiful? Just looking at the splash screen is beautifulNow here is a list of freeware (and now I'm thinking you probably want payware) which gives you some indication what's popular:I like the ISD Project - Rome Fiumicino LIRF 2005 and the ISDproject LIMC2005 Milano Malpensa, the Airport Environment Upgrade 7 is a must. Further down you find the Boston Logan V2.1, the Project Canarias 2006 Part 1/3 is an absolute beauty.Most items on the list are either a/c, AI packages or the occasional soundset you probably won't need any advice there.Flightsim.com have a similar list - I find those a good starting point.Okay, now tell us that you were actually inquiring about payware.
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Let me play devil's advocate here.WHy do you fly in flight simulator?To look good on the ground, or to experience a virtual idea of what it is like to fly these aircraft?That having been said. A lot of it is trial and error. Download planes, check them out, no one says that you cannot have something that looks great AND flies great. Gotta learn to work the system.EXAMPLE- I have a really awesome looking Airbus 319. Modeled after the real life steeler air. But the cockpit looked like crap, and it flew like crap. What did I do, download a different panel, something more realistic, and tweaked the cfg file a little.
Now I have a dream bird. POSKY (project open sky) makes great models that fly well. But their cockpits look like crap or are the default cockpits. Payware such as Captain Sim, Skydecks, PMDG all make great stuff. Dota 2 maphack without survey.
But that does not mean you cannot download a free POSKY plane and get a wicked panel for it. Just search around man, it's all there for the taking!!!Any of us here can tell you download this download that. But does it FEEL right to you????
Does it meet what YOU are looking for. Only you know.Spend a day on AVSIM. Download a bunch of planes.
Then go to simviation and download panels for them. Make it work. You will get a better plane out of it.