esci Flightsim Publications
Just some stuff esci Flightsim Publications has developed over the years. These items will give you an idea of the care and attention to detail that esci puts into all our products . Enjoy!
Wide Screen Desktops of various Military Aircraft from around the world.
- Canadian Air Force C-130, Twin Otter (ski)
- Swiss Air Force FA-18D, EC-135 Eurocopter
- Spanish Air Force C90 Kingair
- Norwegian Air Force F-16
- Hellenic Air Force F-16
- RAF GR7 Harrier, GR9 Harrier
- USAF A-10
- USMC OV-10
- USCG HC-130
Military Aviation Desktops
Repaint of the FSX default Bell JetRanger. Transport Swiss Air Force Staff personnel to their Alpine airbases, high in the Swiss Alps.
Swiss Air Force (fictional)
Repaint of the FSX default Airbus A321, shown here making a gentle takeoff from Payerne AB (LSMP); getting this "big boy" into some of the Swiss Alps mountain airfields is a challenge.
ENSB FSX - ORBX Scenery Compatible
This is the X-Plane version developed by Martin Alapnes. Compatible with PC; should also work on Mac or Linux systems. For installation, files from X-Plane.org and opensceneryx.com are required. See the README file for details.
This is the version for use with the standard FSX scenery. It has been updated a bit to reflect some of the changes to ENSB since the original scenery was developed in 2010. This is a single application installer.
This is the version for use ORBX’s FTX EU Norway scenery. It is used both when FTX Central has Europe turned on, and when Europe is turned off. Please see the README file for additional information as to where this scenery must appear in the FSX Scenery list. It has been updated a bit to reflect some of the changes to ENSB since the original scenery was developed in 2010. This is a single application installer.
A321 Airborne Command Post
Are You Ready to be a Hero?
North Sea SAR: a mission for FSX
Welcome to the Scandinavian Helicopter Rescue Service! Your mission is to brave North Sea weather, find a stricken cruise liner and rescue an injured passenger. Can you find the ship, get the victim to the hospital and get home before the weather closes in?
This mission takes full advantage of the SimVar app by Jim Keir (included), a small add on greatly expands what can be done in a mission. In this mission it will give you a virtual copilot…and more!
(uses default FSX B206 - Scandinavian Helicopter Rescue livery)