Hans van Spelde Flight Simulator Repaints
Welcome to my site with repaints for Microsoft Flight Simulator
With classic propliners and jets of Dutch airlines. Not only of KLM, Martinair and Transavia but also of smaller companies and no longer active
airlines.Besides a few interesting aircraft of the RNeth.AF and the RNet.N.A.S, plus a few rare birds.
Next to the repaints you will find pop-ups of the original photos which I used for repainting. If a pop-up of an 2D IFR-panel is displayed, it is included
in the download. All repaints are freeware and can be downloaded by using the button: Downloads. Please send me an email with your tips and
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To see all my repaints press the button above
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For the next updates I am working on RLS, KLM Flight Academy, KLM Cityhopper, KLM, Flymetropolis, Schreiner..
The Airbus A310 is a shortened version of the Airbus A300B. In 1983 KLM bought 10 aircraft and they were successfully used on their busiest
short and medium-haul routes. The last one was withdrawn from the fleet in July 1997. Martinair bought two A310’s in 1984, which remained in
service until November 1995. They were mainly used on holiday flights to the Mediterranean area. Transavia has not bought an A310 itself. From
April 1998 to February 1999, the LX-TXA registered in Luxembourg was leased from the French carrier Air Charter due to capacity problems.
In 1969 the Rijksluchtvaartschool(Dutch Government Flight Training School) purchased 3 HFB-320 Hansa Jets to replace the Morana Saulniers.
This was not a really happy purchase as the Hansa Jets were quite noisy, thursty and expensive to maintain. In 1973 7 Cessna 500 Citations
were purchased which produced much less noise and were much more economical to operate, allowing the Hansa Jets to be sold. The Citations
remained in service until 1991.
In 1988 the Cessna Skymasters of the Rijkspolitie(Police) were replaced by two Pilatus Britten-Norman BN.2T Turbine Islanders. In 2003 they
were withdrawn from service and sold and replaced by three Bölkow BO-105 helicopters.