Type: Douglas DC-8-33

Program: FS2004 and FSX

Model: Historic Jetliners Group

Operator: KLM

Download: Only repaint


The PH-DCA was the first jetliner of the KLM and the very first jetliner in the Dutch Register. It came into service in March 1960. From 1960 till half 1985 KLM have had 34 DC-8's in its fleet: 7 versions 33, 16 versions 50 and 11 versions 63. The plane was bought in November 1967 from KLM. The planes were Used on the medium and longdistance routes. The PH-DCA was sold in April 1972 to BIAS, Belgium.


Type: Douglas DC-8-50

Program: FS2004 and FSX, pack with 2 repaints

Model: Historic Jetliners Group

Operator: Martinair Holland

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The PH-MAU was one of the five DC-8's which Martinair had in its fleet. The plane was bought in November 1968 from Overseas National Airways. Used mainly for worldwide adhoc charters and holidayflights to the Mediteranean. Half the 70's it has been painted in the new Martinair livery. After 10 years service it was sold to Aviaco Spain.

Type: Douglas DC-8-33

Program: FS2004 and FSX

Model: Historic Jetliners Group

Operator: Martinair Holland

Download: Only repaint


The PH-DCD was the first jetliner and one of the five DC-8's which Martinair had in its fleet. The plane was bought in November 1967 from KLM. Used mainly for worldwide adhoc charters and holidayflights to the Mediteranean. In October 1973 it was sold to African Safari Airways.


Type: Douglas DC-8-55F

Program: FS2004 and FSX, pack with 3 repaints

Model: Historic Jetliners Group

Operator: KLM

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KLM have had 16 DC-8 series 50. This series was in fact a DC-8-33 with the new P&W JT3D-3 turbofans. These new engines were more economical wich resulted in an increase of 15% of the range and a considerable noise-reduction. The PH-DCU is a DC-8-55CF(Convertible Freighter) suitable for freight and/or passanger services. The PH-DCU came into service in Febraury 1966 and sold in July 1983 to United Air Leasing, USA. During this period it have had three different liveries.

Type: Douglas DC-9-33RC

Program: FS2004 and FSX, pack with 2 repaints

Model: Eric Cantu

Operator: Martinair Holland

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The PH-MAO was one of the four DC-9's in the fleet of Martinair. Bought in February 1969. Used mainly for holidayflights to the Mediteranian. Half the 70's it has been painted in the new Martinair livery. It was exchanged  for the bigger DC-9-82 to Douglas in March 1983.


Type: Douglas DC-8-63

Program: FS2004 and FSX, pack with 3 repaints

Model: Historic Jetliners Group

Operator: KLM

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KLM have had 11 DC-8 series 63. This series combined the length increase of 11.18 mtr with respect to the DC-8-50 with the aerodynamic improvements of the DC-8-62.

It had a capacity of 251 passengiers and a range of 8,190 km. These new engines were more economical which resulted in an increase of 15% of the range and a considerable noise-reduction. The PH-DEA came into service in September 1967 and sold in November 1983 to Capitol Airways, USA. During this period it have had three different liveries.


Type: McDonnell Douglas MD-82

Program: FS2004 and FSX

Model: Eric Cantu

Operator: Martinair Holland

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The PH-MBZ was one of the three MD-82's in the fleet of Martinair. Bought in February 1983 to replace the four DC-9-33RC's and sold in 1992. Used mainly for holidayflights to the Mediteranean.



Type: McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

Program: FS2004 and FSX, pack with 6 repaints

Model: Eric Cantu (Historic Jetliners Group)

Operator: KLM,Martinair Holland

Download: Only repaint


The McDonnell Douglas DC-10 made its maiden flight on August 29, 1970. It was designed as an wide body airbus for mainly domestic flights in the USA with a typical seating for 270 in two classes or a maximum seating for 380. Later models, such as the DC-10-30 and DC-10-40 had intercontinental ranges. In March 1974, a Turkish Airlines DC-10 crashed due to a design flaw in the cargo doors. In 1979 an American Airlines DC-10 lost an engine during takeoff and crashed. All DC-10’s in the USA were grounded until it was determined that the engine breakdown had been caused by improper maintenance. The aircraft had a widespread public apprehension and a poor fuel economy reputation.

When all design flaws were rectified and fleet hours increased its safety record became comparable to similar era passenger jets. Production stopped in 1989. 386 aircraft were sold plus 60 of the military version KC-10.


KLM has had 13 DC-10-30s in service from December 1972 to 1995. Some were leased to VIASA, PAL and Garuda or sold after a short time. Of the 14, KLM itself has had 5 in long-term service. The PH-DTB was sold to Northwest Airlines in 1995 and became N229NW. The DC-10 was replaced by the MD-11. The N237NW was owned by Northwest Airlines, which cooperated with KLM within Skyteam. One side of the aircraft had the Northwest livery while the other side had the livery of KLM.


Martinair had a total of 9 DC10-30s in service from November 1973 to September 1995. The PH-MBT was leased to Garuda from 1979 to 1992 and sold to the Royal Netherlands Air Force in 1995 to be converted into the KDC-10. The DC-10’s of Martinair were replaced by the MD-11.


I have bundled the repaints of the DC-10s of KLM and Martinair and the KDC-10 of the Royal Netherlands Air Force in one package which you can find in the downloads under the name: McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 and KDC-10 Dutch pack, repaints only

Type: McDonnell Douglas KDC-10

Program: FS2004 eandFSX, pack with 6 repaints

Model: Eric Cantu (Historic Jetliners Group)

Operator: Royal Netherlands Air Force

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The Royal Netherlands Air Force bought 2 DC-10s from Martinair in 1995. They were converted in the USA into the KDC-10, suitable for both tank and transport aircraft and modernized again in 2010. The aircraft were sold to the USA in 2021.  To replace the KDC-10’s the Netherlands, together with its NATO partners Germany, Belgium, Norway and the Czech Republic, bought nine Airbus A330 MRTT (Multi Role Tanker Transport), five of which are stationed at Eindhoven Air Base.


I have bundled the repaints of the DC-10s of KLM and Martinair and the KDC-10 of the Royal Netherlands Air Force in one package which you can find in the downloads under the name: McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 and KDC-10 Dutch pack , repaints only


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