• HJG Web Site Update - 2019 Anniversary/Birthday Bash


    HJG (Historic Jetliners Group) has today released its second web site update for the 2019 year, as part of the group's 19th anniversary celebrations.

    This is a large release composed of some 80+ new textures for its classic ARJ/BAe 146, B707, B737, DC-8, DC-9, DC-10, L-1011, and MD-80/90 flight line, at this time representing airline/operator liveries from the Bahamas, Belgium, Brazil, the Dominican Republic, France, Indonesia, Ireland, Japan, Korea, New Caledonia, Puerto Rico, Russia, Scandinavia/Norway, the Ukraine, the United Kingdom, the United States, and former Yugoslavia, covering the 1970's, 80's, 90's era and more recent times and among which three interesting but "fictional subjects" are also included in the form of a DC-9-10A resplendent in the colorful identity of a popular USA television crime investigation series of the 1980's; a "what if" DC-10-10 concept in the classic mid 1970's era livery of a major but no longer existent US international airline, and the colorful mid 1980's identity of another no longer existent major US international airline for the L-1011-1 and which was actually mooted but eventually not taken up.


    This anniversary celebration release is also composed of further updated B737-300, B737-300QC/SF, B737-400, B737-400 COMBI, B737-400QC/SF, and B737-500 aircraft base packs with additional "new release" 3D models and FDE revisions, along with "new release" B737-300WL and -500WL specific aircraft base packs, 3D models, and customized FDE as well.

    For further information concerning these latest HJG offerings please refer to today's following-linked forum announcement:


    HJG is located at the following web site address:


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