These are repaints and original models made by me.
I have packaged them together, but each aircraft has its own .lst file.
For now, you can also download each aircraft individually.
repaint of the stock F22, the PMNV Hyper Raptor is the first bird out
of the new hanger. The Hyper Raptor is inspired by the HyperFlanker,
but this one is different in many ways and has a highly modified dat
file created from the stock file. It includes a modified version of
the stock cockpit. This plane includes a camouflage pattern on the
wings and body. The weapons were removed to make room for the
hypersonic engines, and is neither capable of attack nor of defense.
It is no stronger than the F-22 Raptor, and relies on its speed to
escape enemy fire. With the hypersonic afterburners disengaged, the
Hyper Raptor flies like the stock F-22. It was created for one reason,
and one reason only: To go fast! The maximum speed is to Mach 5, which
is plenty of speed to cross a large map in only a few minutes.
created the house as a ground object. With some extra work, it is now
capable of flying. I used the stock Apache dat file, so it flies like
a helicopter. Notice the television to the right in the "cockpit", and
that the pilot's position is sitting on a couch.
This is a P-51 Mustang pack. It was made from a heavily modified copy of the stock P-51 course model. I used the prop from the GAC Cessna 182, which is also heavily modified to the point that it is really an original work, I guess.
is a repaint of the stock P-51 Mustang. It is a camo design created by
me. It has the same .dat as the stock Mustang, only with 500 rounds of
ammo instead of 1,500 rounds. Along with the version in the
screenshot, there is a Black & Red version, just because everyone
has to make a black and red plane.
is a repaint of the US Humvee from 2ch's General Air Combat. some are
for civilian use, with the gunner removed. Others are military
vehicles. I removed the back shell and replaced it with a rear window
and bed cover, roll bars, and spare tire. I also added break lights,
and the head lights brighten up by use of the bomb bay door button
(default is the 1 key). I also added the back doors, which were
missing. I added several more versions, including a black version of
the Humvee Sport, a Family Humvee with a covered back end, and a police
version. New to the pack is a military version in a standard army camo
paint and a desert camo paint with a rotating anti-aircraft gun, and a
pair of m997 ambulances with working back doors (use vtol keys).
This is a repaint of the L-39 from GAC. I
used NCA colors because I thought they would work well for this
civilian paint job. I was inspired while I was working one some
airports for a Southern California map and I saw some of them parked at
a couple of the airports. In addition to the paint, I also added some
running lights and NatComAir logos. The idea is that they are used for
high-priced tourist flights. This is released here in the PMNV
Aircraft Pack, and also in on the NCA Hanger page. You will not need
to download it twice.
is my first original work. It is a simple model of a Star Fleet
runabout. I gave it a fictional NCC registry and name, which is
pronounced "Y S". It isn't perfect, but I started with a blank screen
and using a few details from the internet and a MicroMachines Star Trek
collection runabout to get the basic shape. The dat is a highly
modified version of the stock Harrier dat that gives it VTOL
capability. Take off vertically with full throttle but after burners
off. When you get to about 50 feet off the ground, raise the nose to
10 degrees, change to horizontal flight mode, and quickly hit the
afterburners. If you try to take off horizontally, you will most
likely have a tail strike when you try to raise the nose up. To avoid
that you can get up to speed and use the VTOL to force you up and then
back into horizontal flight mode for regular flying. The spoilers are
effective to bring you down from 1200 to 10 kts in about 1.5 miles.
This is another original work. It is a simple model of a Star Fleet shuttlecraft. It has a working back door. The dat file is the same was in the runabout.
This is a repaint of the GAC F-22 Raptor. I put some indicator lights in the cockpit. I updated it to remove the weapons.
=========================PMNV Cessna 182 Pack
package includes several repaints of the GAC Cessna 182. They include
an advertisement plane for YGL Corp., a few fictional paints including
a black and red plane, and the Cessna 182 Skyhawk attack plane with
guns and rocket launchers. The final paint is a realistic paint for a
Civil Air Patrol plane, complete with logos.
is a repaint and heavy modification of the FA/18 from GAC. The paint
is based on the United States Air Force's Thunderbirds demonstration
planes. The YF-17 was developed for use by the USAF as a light-weight
fighter jet, but was turned down when the F-16 was selected for that
role. The YF-17 was later redesigned to become the F/A-18 Hornet used
by the US Navy and Marine Corps. This is, therefore, not an Air Force
paint on a Navy plane, but an Air Force paint on what was almost an Air
Force plane. Use the thrust nozel up/down keys to turn the running
lights on and off. Use the bomb bay door key to raise and lower the
canopy. This plane uses a modified version of the GAC F-22 dat with
all weapons removed.
This is a repaint pack of the Beechcraft Bonanza from 2ch GAC. There are three versions:
is a set of GAC repaints that I made, originally intended for the
LIL'CRaMP project, but I decided not to include them. They are all
planes or helicopters that have been fitted with generic pontoon
floats. This pack includes a Bell 206B-3, Beechcraft Baron 58, MD500D,
Cessna 182S, and AN-2 Colt, with matching paint jobs.
is a set of paints made from the stock 737 and GAC F-16, Bell 412, and
Jet Ranger. I was inspired by old stories of black, unmarked
helicopters and aircraft being seen around cattle mutilations and UFO
sighting. The Janet 737 was an obvious addition to the pack as it
services the Dreamland facility at Groom Lake. The lights turn on and
off using the "1" key, and can move using the turret controls.
This pack includes several real and fictional paints of the A380 from the Real Pack.
These are three modified Bell 206 JetRangers from GAC. The tail and engine were removed and replaced with jets. The skids were replaced with retractable gear. Two versions are armed, the third is a civilian craft.
is an original model of a fictional aircraft, the Executive Hauler Mark
I (XHM). It has variable geometry wings. It is GAC-level as far as
details, except for the moving elevators. The gear and .dat file were
heavily modified from GAC sources.
This is a pack of fictional craft that I created from scratch. Both of these craft have VTOL capability and are capable of speeds up to Mach 2.
XFS2 includes my Loose Balloon, which flies like a helicopter and was made to resemble the one that flew around Colorado; and my XFS-302 fighter craft, which uses the same .dat file as the original XFS and was inspired by the F-302 from the Stargate series.
This is a pack created for the 31337th Flying Idiots, a fictional squad for the most elite of idiots. Included are the F-15E Strike Eagle, Huey,and XFRA-206 from GAC, BAE Hawk from the stock set, and XHM (an original PMNV model).
This is a highly-modified repaint of the GAC C-130H. The B-130 Hercubomber is a fictional aircraft based on the C-130. A bomb bay and downward-facing, electronically-fired gun have been added, as well as anti-aircraft guns for defense, hardpoints for missiles and rockets, and cannons for shooting at ground targets. The C-130 turboprop engines have been replaced with different jet engines. It comes in two paints. One is a traditional paint, the other is a digital camo pattern. There is also a digital camo version of the C-130H without added guns or modified engines.
This blimp is an original model that I made. Engines work with VTOL, and the max speed is about 45 kts (realistic). The easiest way to turn is to use rudder controls.
Inspired by the gray blocks that replace planes in servers when they are not installed on the client's computer, along with a particular individual's reference to "concrete blocks", I created this. It is a close-to-scale model of a plane made out of cinderblocks. The .dat file comes from my PMNV Hyper Raptor, but has been further modified to make it easier to slow from hyper speed and get it stopped when landing. It has improved spoilers and reverse thrust.
By request, I made a second cinderblock aircraft, the Cincerblock FA16, which is based on the stock F-16 .dat. It includes a full masonry arsenal.
This is modeled after an old, British police box. It flies like a helicopter. It does not fly through outer space or time and is not bigger on the inside.
Based on the 2ch GAC civilian 747, this aircraft has been modified to have six engines with vertical takeoff and landing capabilities.
This is a set of repaints of the stock YS-11. I left the .dat file as it was for each plane. The model itself has been heavily modified. Most of these paints are low-detailed versions of real-world YS-11s. The exceptions are a white version and one painted in the colors of the USAF Thunderbirds.
This is a repaint/redat of my USS Whyess runabout. It is painted in the colors of the 31337th FI Virtual Squad. The new dat makes it much more maneuverable, as well as gives it rockets. What's interesting is a special type of camouflage that works by pressing the "bomb bay door" button in YS that uses holograms and force fields to make it look like an advanced F-51 mustang. Also change to the second cockpit view to activate the P-51 holographic cockpit simulator. Use thrust vectoring to take off or land vertically. Applying the spoilers brings it to a sudden, complete stop. The Mustang model came from my modifications to the stock P-51.
This is a pack of repaints of Taskforce 58's CH-149. Included are: AW101 Turkmenistan Airlines; US101 (based on pictures of proposed Marine One variants); EH101 Merlin ALG (based on pictures of an Algerian variant); and EH101 Merlin WG (based on a picture). Some changes I've made were the removal of the lift winch and built-in decals, the addition of rotating lights, and other small changes. If you want to repaint these, please be sure to cite Taskforce 58.
This is the Focke Wulf 200 Condor, which was used as a civilian airliner. The FW 200 was also modified by the Germans for use as a bomber and troop transport aircraft during World War II. This pack includes a fictional green paint, a Danish Airlines "Dania" and "Jutlandia", Lufthansa "Saarland" and "Brandenburg", and Syndicato "Abaitara". The paints were based on various drawings and pictures of real Condors. Two models, the Saarland and Brandenburg, have the emblems of the National Socialists on the tails set to appear only if you press the "Bomb Bay Door" buttons. This aircraft was adapted from an original model made by Skyline, and for that reason you should read the special permissions section in the readme file.
This pack is made up of repaints of the stock Piper Archer. It includes eight paints, starting with a blank with the stock decals removed and polygons greatly reduced. The cockpit has been improved to include operating yokes, four seats, and a fire extinguisher. The list of paints includes the Blank; Red and White (RW); White and Blue (WB); Yellow and White (YW); Green, Black, and White (GBW); Orange, Black, and White (OBW); White and Orange (WO); and one painted Red, White, and Blue similar to the planes used by the Civil Air Patrol (CAP).
This is a rebuild of the stock Mitsubishi MU-2 Peacock, a civilian aircraft from Japan. The body has gone through reshaping of many areas. The wings, horizontal and vertical stabilizer, landing gear, and lights have been replaced. It now has moving flaps, rudder, and elevator. Windows have been added to the sides and they are transparent enough to see through to the interior, which has seating for six including the pilot. This pack includes a blank model for repainting, a paint based on a picture of a real MU-2, and one based on the Japanese MU-2S used for search and rescue.
This is a rebuild of the stock T400, renamed as the Hawker 400, a civilian jet aircraft. Almost every part of it is new, only part of the body remains unmodified from the stock aircraft.
These aircraft were modified from an original model made by Daniel. I cleaned up the original .dnm file, then cut out moving parts. The cargo pod can be made to appear by pressing the bomb door button. This pack includes seven paints: 1. White; 2. RW - Red and white; 3. WG - White and green; 4. WB - White and blue; 5. WYB - White, yellow, and black; 6. Amphibian WYB - White, yellow, and black; 7. Amphibian RBW - Red, black, and white
This Piper Cub was modified for use as a crop duster. There is a 30 gallon tank of pesticide where the back seat would normally be, and sprayer bars have been attached to the wings. This aircraft was modified from the J-C3-65 from General Air Combat. It has a basic cabin, transparent windows, and working ailerons, rudder, and elevator.
This is a pack of 10 paints of the Cirrus SR22, a four-seat aircraft. These planes were modified from models made by Daniel. The model was modified by Patrick cutting out moving parts and new cabin.
This is a modification and paint from the 2ch GAC An-2. It has moving parts and an improved prop, and is painted white to make it easy to paint.
This is an original model I made based on the AT-500 crop duster that was buzzing my house one day. This is not a high-detail or high-quality model. It is my first serious attempt at making a model from scratch. The .dat was based off the stock P-51 file, with realistic numbers for power, speeds, and wing area.
This is the Airbus A300. It is a combination of the stock A300 wings and stabilizers wtih Owl's fuselage. The engines have been improved. Windows light up with the bomb bay door button. There are two paints included here: A blank model and a Lufthansa model.
These are repaints/modifications of Owl's A320 with the stabilizers from the stock A320 and ailerons added by me. Windows light up with the bomb bay door button. There are five paints: Blank, Lufthansa, Swiss, and two EasyJet variants.
This Learjet 23 was modified from Owl's Learjet 35. It has moving parts, lights, and new engines. Four paints are included in this pack: Blank, Lufthansa, Stellar, and a fictional red on white.
These aircraft were modified from an original model made by Daniel. I cleaned up the original .dnm file, then cut out moving parts. This pack includes four paints:
Seneca II - 1. Blank - Made for future repaints. 2. N34GNY - Made to fill a request from Gunny based on a model plane, the N-number is fictional. 3. N4365X - Based on a real-world Seneca II and a paint of the original model made by Daniel. 4. OAA - Based on a real-world Seneca II operated by Oxford Aviation Academy and a paint of the original model made by Daniel. 5. WR - White and red fictional paint. 6. WB - White and black fictional paint.
Seneca III - 1. Blank - Made for future repaints. 2. NJAC3 - A variant of the N34GNY paint scheme, the N-number is fictional.
Seneca IV - 1. Blank - Made for future repaints. 2. N3GNY4 - A variant of the N34GNY paint scheme, the N-number is fictional.
Seneca V - 1. Blank - Made for future repaints. 2. N75MC - A variant of the N34GNY paint scheme, the N-number is fictional.
This is an improvement and repaint pack of the GAC Saab 340B. It has an improved fuselage, new wings, new landing gear, new props, moving parts, new cockpit, and moving parts. It has also been modified to make the Saab 340A, which has weaker engines, a smaller payload, and slightly different lighting on the tail. Also included is an S100 Argus AEW&C, the military variant of the Saab 340.
This is a special paint of Owl's 757-200 made specifically for Barracuz.
This is a blank version of the E3 Sentry from the 2ch GAC pack. It has been converted to a KC-135R and upgraded with improved engines, a basic cockpit, transparent cockpit windows, lights, and panel lines for control surfaces.
This is a pack of ambulances made from scratch. One is a generic ambulance and two are based on ambulances from video games.