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Looking back on some of my Cds that i saved files on, I came acrossThis fileCan we anchor this to the top of the forums so that it would help" Reinstallers of Fly! IIThank you Steve for your work on this+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++There is one small problem ,When I click on the links to download the page say`s FORBIDDENPilotsim7828+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++List Of Models For FlyII By Steve BrownHere is a list of Models which can be used by developers of scenery for FlyII. Also this is great for those who download scenery and need a quick link to the needed files for each scenery. The most popular have been listed first. Please feel free to print out this list and add to it as more models are released.TerraModels Scenery Development System - V. 2.2File Description:TerraModels For Fly II is a complete scenery development system (3D Models) for the Fly II simulator. It will create custom sized and textured models, and position them off a background image (map,diagram). The types of custom objects that can be created include: Office buildings, terminal buildings, maintenance buildings, cargo buildings, hangars, control towers, storage tanks, airport signs, parking lots, forests, housing subdivisions, and fences. Entire airports can be accurately modeled in minutes instead of days. Filename: tm22.zip License: Check within download Added: 14th May 2002 Downloads: 1467 Author: Allen Kriesman Size: 12817kbfiles which are parts of this package:TerraModels Scenery Development System - V. 2.2 (Download #15586) TerraModels Texture Packs - Version 2.1 (Download #13177) FS importer V 1.03File Description:This converter package takes ADD-ON MSFS sceneries and generates similar ones for Fly!II. A WINDOWS dialog application is provided. It can generate static 3D models (buildings, parked aircraft, vehicles, fences, taxi signs etc.), taxiways and can update Fly!II databases. The conversion process is automatic and produces ready-to-fly results. A dynamic loader is provided which can also maintain frame rates (FPS). It now includes a UI and dynamically active runways. FSI can convert ADD-ON sceneries even if you do not have MSFS at all. See the README.TXT for more details.Filename: fsimp103.zip License: Freeware Added: 6th February 2003 Downloads: 386 Author: Padraic Morgan Size: 668kbhttp://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=26372Dave Arrowsmith's NYC_vDA.podThis pod is used quite a lot for scenery as it adds cities and ports into FlyII.http://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=9369Biber's AllModels File Description:Probably the most comprehensive collection of freeware static models. Includes 230 static models ; aircraft, vehicles, ships, people and many other models which a typical scenery requires. Features night lighting for airliners, improved textures, reduced polygon count and high-poly to low-poly switching ability to improve frame rates. Recommended for all fly2 scenery developers.Filename: biberall.zip License: Check within download Added: 29th March 2002 Downloads: 1908 Author: Biber Salsa Size: 7509kb http://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=14206CarsFile Description:This file contains 6 cars for Fly!II. It consists of custom made 3D models with textures based on digital photographs. Now with the missing Cars.mlf file. This version replaces my last version.Filename: carsfflyv1u.zip License: Check within download Added: 17th April 2002 Downloads: 463 Author: Harald Kraft Size: 169kbhttp://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=14664Dynamic Vehicle ModelsFile Description:The files included in this add-on provide a working sample and instructions on how to generate dynamic/moving vehicles around an airport. Included as well are a few dynamic vehicle models that can be used to populate any airport.Filename: dynmodels.zip License: Freeware Added: 23rd October 2002 Downloads: 298 Author: Virgilio T. de Freitas Size: 811kb http://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=21626Aircraft Tow Vehicle Static ModelFile Description:Freeware. This is an Aircraft Tow Vehicle static model for Fly! II. Please view the README before installing. Enjoy!Filename: aircraft_tow_vehicle.zip License: Check within download Added: 14th July 2001 Downloads: 1041 Author: Vin Scimone Size: 37kbhttp://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=10111Lighthouse.zipFile Description:Freeware. This is a Lighthouse object, complete with night textures, for use in FLY! II. Please view the README before installingFilename: lighthouse.zip License: Check within download Added: 12th July 2001 Downloads: 824 Author: Vin Scimone Size: 154kbhttp://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=10088Buildings with Helipads and Night LightsFile Description:Here are two buildings (approx. 100 ft x 100 ft x 36 ft) with helipads to land on. Lots of floodlights on the buildings during the night, even coloured ones. One more billboard, this time with the airport car rental companies. Just to add some flavour to the generic scenery.Filename: fly2 nr04 objects.zip License: Check within download Added: 23rd June 2001 Downloads: 536 Author: Capt eFis Size: 289kbhttp://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=9812Towbar Static ModelFile Description:Another addition to a growing airport model collection: a towbar for Fly! II.Filename: towbar.zip License: Check within download Added: 16th July 2001 Downloads: 483 Author: Vin Scimone Size: 21kbhttp://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=10171Ground Power Unit Static ModelFile Description:Another addition to a growing airport model collection: a Ground Power Unit (GPU) for Fly! II. Filename: gpu.zip License: Check within download Added: 16th July 2001 Downloads: 738 Author: Vin Scimone Size: 64kbhttp://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=10166Rolls Royce Silver Cloud Static ModelFile Description:This is a static model of a Rolls Royce Silver Cloud for Fly!II. Please read the README before installing. This is a higher polygon model, and may slow down Fly!II on some systems. Filename: rolls.zip License: Check within download Added: 23rd August 2001 Downloads: 298 Author: Vin Scimone Size: 113kbhttp://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=10804Cairo V1.0File Description:Welcome to Cairo and the Pyramids of Egypt for Fly 2. This scenery add-on includes several photoreal hi-rise buildings as well as generic Egypian style housing appartments. The Pyramid area include the 3 major pyramids with their Queen and satelite pyramids as well as the excavation site.Filename: cairo.zip License: Check within download Added: 7th February 2002 Downloads: 919 Author: Daniel Vickers Size: 1013kbhttp://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=13181Old Pickup Truck Model File Description:This is a static model of a pickup truck.Filename: old_pickup.zip License: Check within download Added: 6th February 2002 Downloads: 215 Author: Vin Scimone Size: 72kbhttp://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=13171Gliders V2File Description:This File contains the following Aircrafts - Glaser Dirk DG800 Glider - Diamond Aircraft Dimona Motorglider - Diamond Aircraft Dimona TC Motorglider - Diamond Aircraft Katana VLA (Very Light Aircraft) - 5 different Trailers (New) - an Airport sign (New) Filename: glidersv2.zip License: Freeware Added: 29th July 2002 Downloads: 307 Author: Harald Kraft Size: 283kbhttp://ftp.avsim.com/library/sendfile.php?DLID=17747Bazilika, Esztergom, HungaryFile Description:The Bazilika is the biggest, the most famous and beautiful cathedral is Hungary. Filename: ba.zip License: Check within download Added: 28th April 2002 Downloads: 142 Author: G

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The Wiki site is going to be down for the next couple of weeks. We're heading out west for a vacation, and given the troubles that there have been keeping everything up and running at the best of times, the server will definitely be shut down while we're out of town. I'll re-post when it's up and running again.Chris WallaceOttawa, Canada

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Hmmm I wonder what could be wrong with the wiki site

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