The below information is obsolete and pending replacement.
The chart below includes all of the current aircraft models on the "Approved Equipment List" for TransGear Airways events. To ensure that you will see all participants' models, consult the chart on the appropriate Event page to see what model each pilot intends to use, then check this list to ascertain download locations for that model. (NOTE: The download links are for convenience only; I make no guarantee that the locations given here are to the most current updated version.) If you find that a model on this list is outdated, or is being supported at a different website than listed, or has multiple supported versions available, or has any issues not detailed on this list -- please e-mail me so I can update this chart accordingly.
Please be aware of the compatibility between the version of aircraft you download with the version of FlightGear that you run. Otherwise, not all features may work, and flight performance may differ when using the same model on one FlightGear version versus another. Download and install models per included instructions and contact the model author or distributor for any necessary technical support.
Additionally, if there is an aircraft you would like to use which is not on this list, contact me in the FlightGear Forums or via e-mail to request that I add it. Most likely, I will do so as long as:
Please keep in mind that not all of the aircraft included below include the necessary equipment and/or gauges to follow real-world IFR navigation and procedures. Be sure to choose an aircraft model appropriately equipped for the level of procedural adherence you desire.
|Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde SST||anonymous||FlightGear Aircraft Downloads Page||Keep in mind that this aircraft is likely to be able to complete the flights in significantly less than the time allotted.|
|Beechcraft B1900D||Syd Adams||http://sydhangar.daffodil.uk.com/||Keep in mind that turboprop aircraft are unlikely to be able to complete the flights in the time allotted.|
|Boeing 737-100||Emmanuel Baranger||http://helijah.free.fr/flightgear/hangar.htm||-|
|Boeing 737-300||Baranger / Culp / Cunningham / Harrison / Schulz||FlightGear Aircraft Downloads Page||-|
|Boeing 747-400||Gijs de Rooy||http://www.flightgear.nl.tp/||-|
|Boeing 777-200ER||Syd Adams||http://sydhangar.daffodil.uk.com/||-|
|Boeing 787-800||Joshua Wilson||FlightGear Aircraft Downloads Page||As of this writing, the autopilot has not yet been updated to work with 2.0.0.|
|Bombardier CRJ-200LR||Joshua Wilson||http://transgear.treborlogic.com/CRJ-200.zip||As of this writing, the autopilot has not yet been updated to work with 2.0.0.|
|Ilyushin IL-96-400||xsaint / Peter Jedvaj||http://www.unitedfreeworld.com/||-|
|Lockheed 1049H Super Constellation||Gary Neely||http://ltts.crlt.indiana.edu/grn/flightgear/||Keep in mind that turboprop aircraft are unlikely to be able to complete the flights in the time allotted.|
|McDonnell-Douglas MD-81||Gary Neely||http://ltts.crlt.indiana.edu/grn/flightgear/||-|
|Tupolev TU-154B-2||yurik_nsk||http://yurik.flightgear.ru/||FOLLOW INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY as found in the included "readme" file; failure to do so will likely result in unusual errors and performance problems.|