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    Having to rebuild my FSX after rebuilding my system and don't want to pay for payware aircraft again. Overland is giving me a hard time about giving me my registration key that I no longer have. so what are you folks using for your Airbus and Boeing models? I used POSKY models a while back but wasn't overly impressed with the flight models, but that was some time ago. Any suggestions welcomed. Thanks

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    For Airbus I would recommend you the ones from Thomas Ruth. Those have an incredible virtual cockpit and are very nice for freeware...

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    yes I saw those and think I'll try them. what about the Boeings? POSKY seems to have to corner on that freeware market. Maybe I'll give those a go and hope their flight models improved over years past.

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    As I don't fly often Boeings, I don't have them for fsx. Maybe you could find some nice models in the library here?

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    Thanks for the tip
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honus View Post
    ...what about the Boeings? POSKY seems to have to corner on that freeware market. Maybe I'll give those a go and hope their flight models improved over years past.
    Unless you are already used to kit bashing FSX planes, and VC merges, look for already completed POSKY planes in the library.
    I'm mostly into military, old and new, but I love my Thomas Ruth offerings from here. I also fly the FSND MD-83(simviation) often.
    If you like older jetliners, and don't require a VC, the Historic Jetliners Group(hosted @ simviation) has some great freebies too...Don
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    Project airbus you can put the default a321 vc and posky models are great also vc
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