Been quite a while since the last update of Abel Jets’ Fleet Pack 8.0 was posted. For the last couple of months and weeks we’ve been able to repaint (and actually create) quite numerous numbers of entries into our database. Latest update on Fleet Pack 8.0 Progress database today shows that approximately 180-ish of repaints have been made. So as perhaps like what have been said, be aware that this update will be massive
To start off, here’s a B757-300WL of AbelPixel, the brand new Ultra Low-Cost Carrier airline of Abel Jets Group with its dark gray pixelated livery.
Still on AbelPixel, here is one of its B787-9s painted in the pixelated Ovovivipar Bio-Fuel special livery.
Coming onto ACES - Abel Cargo Expeditionary Service, the B747-8F, or more commonly known as the SKYTIGER within ACES.
Here is an L-1011OCF (Ovovivipar Converted Freighter) of ACES in the “We Value Time” special livery.
Still with ACES, here we got a B747-400OCF (Ovovivipar Converted Freighter) that was once operated by Abel Jets International and is now operated by Mafioso Logistics, or previously known as Global Logistics.
Moving on to the newly refreshed Abel Jets SAR, or now known as Abel Fire and Rescue (AFR). Here on the screenshot is one of AFR’s B737-900ER Air Tankers.
Now to Abel Jets MCC (Medium Cost Carrier). Seen here is one of AJ MCC’s A330-200 in the M.A.C.H. (Mandiola Aviation Clear Holdings) special livery, of which is a company within Abel Jets Group that offers wet and dry-lease services to those who are willing to kickstart their own virtual airline.
Moving to the Retros, here is an AirCMI DC-9-87 (MD-87) painted in the “A Century of Aviation” special livery to commemorate the first centennial of aviation back then in 2003.
Here we got a CMIAT (CMI Air Transport) B747-200 painted in the “The Sky is Calling” special livery.
Now we got a C208B Grand Caravan of Abel Xplore, a new division that will operate into the most remote areas where there exist no other means of transportation but by air.
Still remember Abel Jets Trainer? Now it has been rebranded into Abel Aviateur. Here seen on the screenshot is an indigenously-built (made of several parts from TF58’s C182 Skylane) Ovovivipar Industries OVR-1A Centauri light aircraft that acts as a basic trainer for Abel Aviateur.
Still with Abel Aviateur, here we got a Citation X that operates as a jet-powered trainer aircraft for Abel Aviateur.
And last but not least for today, here we got a B767-300ER of Abel Zero, a sub-division of Abel Cosmos that primarily operates for non-scheduled zero-G research and recreational flights.
Well, I think that’s all from us for now. Stay safe everyone, especially during these times. We’ll see you again in the next update of Abel Jets Fleet Pack 8.0!