Now that Project Opensky‘s CRJ-700 model has been out for a while now, some of their gifted repainters are starting to distribute their talented work. Released on avsim recently are repaints by Joe DeGregorio, Ron Waite, and Kyle Schurb that take the model to the next level.
Delta Connection, operated by ASA, by Joe DeGregorio features two variations of the livery. A more standard livery based on N716EV and the 25th Anniversary Soaring and Silver livery on N738EV (pictured). Both liveries are available in 32-bit and DXT3 formats so that users can choose the performance level they need. The download is a full package with sounds, FDE, and model. (filename: asa_cr7s.zip)
A little closer to home, is Ron Waite’s Delta Connection operated by SkyWest Airlines livery. Represented is N608SK in typical Delta Connection colors with a few added features, like additional reflections on the fuselage and wings. The fan blades are also semi-transparent. Any you look at it, this is one sweet livery. (filename: skywestcr7n608sk2004dci.zip)
One of my favorite liveries for the CRJ-700 is Horizon Air. Included in the original CRJ release were Horizon’s college billboard liveries. However, there is nothing more elegant and classic than the current Horizon livery. It is beautifully detailed here by Kyle Schurb. (filename: qxcr7.zip)
Happy Regional Flying!