An increasing number of members now fly with X-Plane. Our
members Simon Conway and Robin Tannahill have designed most
of these Club liveries for the default X-Plane 11 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.
New liveries for different aircraft are always welcome.
Just contact the Webmaster by clicking
the following icon.
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 11 default version painted in CIX VFR Club livery
by Peter Dodds. A G-CIXN
version of this livery can also be
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!
Livery for X-Plane 11 by Robin Tannahill.
The Grob Tutor (ICAO Designator G1215), is a single-engined
aeroplane constructed largely of carbon fibre, designed for
elementary flight training. It is the basic trainer now
used by the RAF and the British Navy. It's most notable feature
perhaps is that it is flown from the right hand seat with a
right-hand stick and a left-hand throttle making transition
to military operational aircraft easier. The E variant has
a three bladed constant speed propellor and has a top speed
183 knots. Livery for X-Plane 11 by Robin Tannahill. The Tutor
aircraft model itself may be downloaded from the X-Plane.Org
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.
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.
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.
This modern glass cockpit 2-seater is a joy to fly, with the
large LCD Instrument and GPS displays, you are unlikely to
get lost. Download
the aircraft from X-Plane.org (Note: It is quite a large download-454Mb).
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. Download X-Plane Club Livery.