Celebrating six years of service to the FS community, HJG (Historic Jetliners Group) have pleasure announcing its first web site update for the 2012 year, featuring a flightline of new and upgraded textures and sound packs for both FS2004 and FSX.
New and upgraded textures for the FS France Team/Project Mach 2 Concorde include...
A "split identity" AF/BA liveried development/test aircraft of 1975; the "Montreal Olympic Games 1976" branded AF color scheme of another development/test aircraft; and the 1978 introduced AF identity first applied to yet another development/test aircraft ...each representing pre-production French Concorde 02 aircraft.
And representing both British and French pre-production 100 aircraft... the "plain but historic" 1974 BAC test/development aircraft livery; separate AF and BA color schemes applied to another development/test aircraft during the mid 1970's; and the development/test aircraft recently preserved in an Aerospatiale/BAe/AF identity at Airbus Insustrie, Toulouse, France.
A selection of six separate "historic" AF liveries covering the 1970's, 80's, and 90's ...featuring both original and final variations ...among which the "1996 Pepsi Cola" and "1998 FIFA Rugby World Cup" promotions are both represented, along with a lesser known "US registered" joint AF/BN operated aircraft of 1979 ...each for production version French Concorde 101.
And for production version British Concorde 102 ...a selection of nine separate "historic" aircraft supporting both BA and SQ color schemes throughout the 1970's, 80's, and 90's ...among which a rare 1983 hybrid variation is represented, along with two joint BA/SQ operated aircraft from the late 1970's, as well as two lesser known joint BA/BN operated aircraft faturing both "US and dual US/UK registered" versions from 1979 ...and which concludes these new and upgraded HJG released textures for the FS France Team/Project Mach 2 Concorde.
New HJG released textures for Vistaliners B727's include...
The mid 1970's orange/blue identity of a major but no longer existent US/Florida based airline ...for the early production B727-100.
And for the Advanced B727-200... the "attractive and colourful" mid 1980's livery of a prominent Caribbean based operator ...and which concludes this latest selection of new HJG released textures for Vistaliners B727 models.
New textures for the HJG DC-9's include ...both the late 1960's and early 1970's introduced color schemes of a major US/Texas based carrier; The late 1960's identity of a major but no longer existent Venezuelan airline ...among which a "split identity" reflecting this carriers alliance with a major European operator is also represented; The colorful early 1980's livery of a now defunct US/Chicago based carrier; The blue/gold/white mid 1980's color scheme of a major and recently disbanded Colombian domestic airline; The "attractive" mid 1980's identity of a US/Kentucky based operator; The late 1980's livery of an aircraft operated by the shuttle division of a major Houston based US international carrier; And the color scheme supported by a well weathered aircraft flown by an African/Kenya based airline during the late 1990's ...each for HJG's own DC-9-10 models.
And for HJG's own DC-9-30 models... a selection of 8 "colorful and historic" identities representing various operators from Venezuela covering the 1970's, 80's, and 90's ...among which a rare 1981 hybrid leased from a Caribbean/West Indies based carrier is also reprsented; And the "attractive" early 1970's introduced red/white/blue livery of a major but no longer existent US/Texas based airline ...and which concludes this latest selection of new texture releases for the HJG DC-9's.
But...that's not the lot either!
A fabulous selection of some 60 new textures for the recently released HJG MD80 models are also now available ...for MD-81, -82, -83, -87, and -88 aircraft versions ...and covering some "rare, historic/nostalgic, and otherwise attractive" color schemes representing a multiplice of operators from the Caribbean, Denmark, Finland, Mexico, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, USA, and Venezuela throughout the 1980's and 90's until more recent times.
And still there's more!
New HJG released textures for the ALLIED FLIGHT GROUP CARAVELLE's include... a selection of 7 green/black/white period identities representing SE-210-3, -6N, and -6R aircraft operated by a prominent Dutch carrier during the 1970's ...among which a "very rare" lease to a major West African/Ivory Coast based airline is also featured.
And last...but...by no means least of all!
A new AEROMUSICA soundpack representing IAE V2500 turbofan engines for the HJG MD90 simulation has also been released.
"ALL THIS" and "A WHOLE LOT MORE" are available "RIGHT NOW" for your "FREE" FS enjoyment ...and only from the following HJG web site address...
HJG extends a very sincere thanks to Mr Pete DALY/SIMVIATION for his kind and continued support over the past 6 years. HJG is also grateful for the encouragement/support provided by the international FS community throughout this period also ...THANK YOU EVERYONE!