AW139 repaint - Armed Forces of Malta, Border Control and SAR

AW139 repaint - Armed Forces of Malta, Border Control and SAR

NOTES

  • The model is the one with the double winch. In real Malta AW139 have the single winch. But the nose and the search light are the correct.
  • It's a version with minimal weathering effects and effects of exhaust smoke. The heli's of AFM are really clean...
  •  I tried to add some details and accents (outside: lines, markings, panels; inside: lifejackets, helmets; etc) after studying several pictures.
  • The colours were a bit of a guess because I couldn't retrieve the Federal Standard or RAL numbers for the colour. Hopefully it comes near the real thing :)
  • I'm not sure about the rightarm uniform patch but AFM did sent the one that I applied. Thanks for that!
  • For a demonstration clip of te B200 and the AW139 duo see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQAuAQoWPjY

File information

File name AW139_SAR_MALTA AFM.zip
File size 22.7 MB
Downloads 32
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Egbert Jans

About Egbert Jans

Egbert grew up in an area in the North of The Netherlands where on an daily basis military planes flew at 250 feet over the rooftops: F-104, NF-5, British Jaguars, A-10, Alpha Jet, F-4, F-15, German Transall, F-16 and other. Plastic modelling, making slides and pictures at airbases became a passion as well as aerospace in general. He wanted to become a pilot, but later on in life became a full-time pastor. The love for aerospace never dimmed and flightsimming started with fs9 and later on fsx and p3dv4. He especially likes bush-flying and heli flying - also because of the geographical knowlegde and curiosity. For fs9/fsx he made repaints for the Carenado C206 of the Mission Aviation Fellowship and JAARS, using these also with simflying for charity purposes and offcourse making others enthousiast for the awesome experience of flying!

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