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Club Aircraft for X-Plane

Aircraft in Club livery for X-Plane 9, 10 and 11

An increasing number of members now fly with X-Plane. Our member Simon Conway has designed these Club liveries for the default X-Plane General Aviation fleet plus other common General Aviation types. Adding these Club liveried aircraft to your X-Plane fleet is straightforward. Simon has written a set of Instructions to help if necessary.


Piper PA38 Tomahawk

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Piper PA38 Tomahawk

Registration: G-CIXA

The Piper Tomahawk, sometimes given a less flattering nickname, was designed as an ab initio trainer with more testing handling characteristics than its common rival the Cessna 152. This is not a default X-Plane aircraft, but may be downloaded from this site.
CIX VFR Club livery by Simon Conway.

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Cessna C172

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Cessna C172SP

Registration: G-CIXD

Known as the safest aeroplane in the world, the Cessna 172 has been in production with few pauses since 1956. This is the X-Plane 10 default version painted in CIX VFR Club livery by Peter Dodds.

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Beechcraft B58 Baron

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Beechcraft Baron BE58

Registration: G-CIXE

The Beechraft Baron is a powerful and luxurious light twin-engined aircraft ideal for serious touring, with ease of handling, good load carrying capacity and long range its most useful characteristics. Real world price around a million dollars; X-Plane price free!
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Lancair Columbia 400

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Lancair Columbia 400

Registration: G-CIXH

The turbocharged Lancair Columbia 400, (ICAO Designator COL4), is a high performance single-engined aeroplane which has reached speeds of more than 250 knots, making it not only the sleekest, but the fastest, certified piston-powered aircraft available, anywhere. This is the X-Plane 10 version painted in CIX VFR Club livery by Simon Conway.
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Stinson L-5

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Stinson L-5

Registration: G-CIXL

The Stinson L-5 is often affectionately known as the "Flying Jeep". The L-5 series was manufactured between December 1942 and September 1945, during which time 3,590 of the unarmed two-seaters were built for the US armed forces, the second most widely used light observation aircraft of the war behind the Piper L-4 Cub. This is the X-Plane 10 default version painted in CIX VFR Club livery by Simon Conway.
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Beechcraft C90B Kingair

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Beechcraft Kingair C90B

Registration: G-CIXM

The Beechcraft King Air, first developed in the 1960s, offers an unparalleled combination of short and rough field capabilities, load carrying capacity and reasonable speed. It is the most successful turboprop in history. So it is naturally included in X-Plane's default hangar. This is the default aircraft painted in CIX VFR Club livery by Simon Conway.
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Cessna C172

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Cessna C172SP

Registration: G-CIXN

Known as the safest aeroplane in the world, the Cessna 172 has been in production with few pauses since 1956. This is the X-Plane 10 default version painted in an alternative CIX VFR Club livery by Simon Conway.

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De Havilland DHC6 Twin Otter

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De Havilland DHC6 Twin Otter

Registration: G-CIXO

The Twin Otter is a Canadian built 19-seat Short Takeoff and Landing (STOL) aircraft first manufactured in 1964 and still in production. Its STOL abilities and high rate of climb have made it a successful cargo, regional passenger carrying and Medevac aircraft and for skydiving.
Download the aircraft from X-Plane.org.
CIX VFR Club livery by Simon Conway.
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Piaggio P.180 Avanti

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Piaggio P.180 Avanti

Registration: G-CIXR

The Avanti is a stylish Italian executive twin turboprop aircraft with its engines mounted in pusher configuration. It seats nine passengers in a pressurized cabin, and may be flown by one or two pilots. It has a range of 1,500nm and a service ceiling of 41,000ft.
Download an improved version of the default aircraft from X-Plane.org.
CIX VFR Club livery by Simon Conway.
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Bell B206 Jetranger G-CIXX

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Bell B206 Jetranger

Registration: G-CIXX

The ubiquitous Bell Jetranger is a general purpose rotary wing aircraft which can be seen on most airfields, in private ownership and in public service roles.
CIX VFR Club livery by Simon Conway.
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Beechcraft B35V Bonanza

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Beechcraft Bonanza

Registration: G-CIXZ

This unique aircraft, with its V-tail has the unfortunate burden of having one of the worst accident records of any light aircraft. If the flight envelope was exceeded, the tail was likely to break up. The X-Plane 10 version doesn't suffer this defect!
Download the aircraft from X-Plane.org.
CIX VFR Club livery by Simon Conway.
Download the CIX VFR Club livery.