A Boeing Never Built for MSFS

Hiroshi Igama, a modeler for the SkySpirit2010 group, is a seriously talented modeler.  In his spare time, he cuts the 767-200 fuselage 66 inches and releases a plane that Boeing never built.  A plane being referred to as the 767-100 is now available for download.

The Boeing 767-100 by SkySpirit2010

BUT, since this was a side project, the 767-100 is represented in visual model only.  In fact, the package available for download uses the -200 FDE, so the contact points and fuel burn are not of the -100 model.

Even still, I must say that this “little guy” will grow on you.  Quite possibly the handsome brother to the Airbus A310, the Boeing 767-100 will likely make a magnificent BBJ-variant for those “haves” in the world.

Turning southwest in the late evening sun

So, if you are up for a sense of adventure in FS9/FS2004, take this Boeing baby out for a flight and enjoy a model that Boeing never built.

SkySpirit2010’s Christmas Present

The gang over at SkySpirit2010 gave flight simulator enthusiasts a really awesome Christmas present (or Holiday present depending on your system of beliefs!).  The Boeing 767-400ER is a very long, unique aircraft and is brilliantly modeled for us by SkySpirit2010.

SkySpirit2010's Boeing 767-400ER with blended winglets

They also released a few additional liveries for the -300 series, including a stunning British Airways livery.

I’ll save you the details and just say go get it.  I will post some screenshots when I get back to my computer (I am at the in-laws, ;-|).

To get the 767-400ER, search “skyspirit2010″ on either avsim.com or flightsim.com or visit the SkySpirit2010 team on Facebook.