Another 38 new HJG texture files have been released today ...as "part 2" of its recent "6th annoversary" web site update.
The late 1970's livery of a major Asian airline ...for both the B707-320B ADVC and B707-320C.
Upgraded textures representing both 1970's and 1980's identities of a major Denver based US carrer; And the mid 1970's colours scheme for a no longer existent Canadian tourist/charter operator ...for the early production B727-100.
And for the "Convertible" B727-100C/F/QC... the early 1970's livery of a shortlived US travel club/tourist charter airline: And the early 1970's identity of a major US supplimental carrier.
The early 1990's colour scheme of a current Arizona based US scheduled operator .... for the early production B727-200.
And for the "Advanced" B727-200... 3 variations of 1970's and 1980's liveries reprsenting a major Denver based US airline ...including the hybrid scheme applied to aircraft inhereted upon its 1987 merger with a uS budget airline; 3 variations of 1980's identity supported by European based aircraft operated by a major, but, no longer existent classic US carrier: The beige/brown/red/orange striped colours scheme of Newark based US low cost operator: And the colourful mid 1980's livery of a major Caribbean based airline.
The mid 1960's identity of a US aeropace science agency ...for the CV990-A.
And for the PAX configured DC9-10... 1965 House Colours for the first production aircraft: And the very "weathered" looking blue/white/ocher late 1990's identity of Kenya based carrier from Africa.
Two 1990's era colours schemes for 2 different Italian registered aircraft ...for the "convertible" DC9-30CF/F/RC.
And for the PAX configured DC9-30 ...3 variations of period liveries representing a major Indonesian operator and covering the 1970's/80's/and 90's. And both late 1960's and early 1970's identities for extremly rare aircraft operated by a major Korean airline.
Three variations of historic colour schemes applied to a particular aircraft flown by a major Venezuelan carrier within the past decade ...for the "convertible" DC9-30CF/F/RC.
And last but by no means least of all...
Another selection of 9 fabulous new textures for HJG's recently released MD8X models are also now available ...for MD-81, -82, -83, -87, and -90-30 aircraft... and representing a multiplice of "rare, historic/nostalgic, or otherwise similarly attractive" liveries from Canada, the Caribbean, China, Italy, Venezuela and covering the 1980's/90's/and more recent times.
"All of this and more" is available "free" ...for your FS enjoyment and only from from the following web site address...
HJG once again extends a sincere thanks to Mr Pete Daly/Simviation and the international FS community for continued kind support over the past 6 years ..."Thanks once again everyone".