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CFS1
            Albatros D.II.
0.57Mb (691 downloads)
CFS1 Albatros D.II. The Albatros D.II was a modified version of the Albatros D.I. Pilots complained that the D.I offered poor visibility from the cockpit. To solve this problem, the D.IIs upper wing was brought closer to the fuselage. Mounted to the fuselage in front of the pilot, the D.IIs twin, synchronous machine guns set the standard for other German and Allied fighters. By the end of 1916, increased production of the Albatros gave Germany numerical superiority in the air war. Original model Moriarty repainted, dp, panel, custom guages and scaled up by Miguel Angel Duarte Lobo. 588K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:32 by archive
 
CFS1
            St. Exupery's F-5 Lightning
0.68Mb (1064 downloads)
CFS1 St. Exupery's F-5 Lightning This is a re-paint of a most excellent P-38j Lightning, made to resemble the Lockheed F-5 flown by author and aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupery when he dissapeared on a recon flight over southern France. "St. Ex" was arguably the most universally well-liked and respected Frenchman of the 20th century. He left behind a legacy of literary achievement, pioneering aviation and invention, and inspiration for later generations of aviators world wide. Original design and moving parts: Patrick Didier, dp file and flight model by bruno duffort. New textures by Sandy Nicholson. 694K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:32 by archive
 
CFS1
            Spad VII.
0.50Mb (327 downloads)
CFS1 Spad VII. The SPAD VII went into service with French fighter squadrons in the fall of 1916. In an era of smaller, more delicate fighters, the SPAD was designed to rely on power, speed and brute strength for combat effectiveness. Two escadrilles alone accounted for 200 enemy aircraft shot down over a period of six months, a record unequaled by any other comparable unit in World War I. The aircraft was designed by Louis Bechereau; the engine by Marc Birkigt, a Swiss automotive engineer. Birkigt's Hispano-Suiza engine produced 150 hp, and was liquid-cooled with a V-8 configuration. Along with the aircraft's strength, other favorable characteristics were a good rate of climb and a service ceiling of 18,000 feet. British and American units soon obtained this prized fighter for their own air forces, ensuring not only its effectiveness, but its place in history as one of the great fighters of all time. Of the hundreds of SPAD VIIs produced, only a few remain. Original model A.W Hall, texture, DP profile and panel by Miguel Angel Duarte Lobo, 511K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:32 by archive
 
CFS1/CFS2/FS2000
            P-51D 83rd Squadron (CFS Virtual Squadron)
3.41Mb (752 downloads)
CFS1/CFS2/FS2000 P-51D 83rd Squadron (CFS Virtual Squadron) This is a repaint of a P-51D for the 83rd squadron on the Combat Flight Simulator Game Zone.It includes the checker nose denoting its station at the 83rd wing of the 78th fighter squadron, of the 8th Air Force stationed at Duxford. Installation: Place P-51D Squadron 83 folder into your Combat Flight Simulator Aircraft Folder Original Model By: Alain L'Homme Panel: Chris Arrington Repaint of Textures by: Don McAtee. 3.6MB
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:32 by archive
 
CFS
            RFC Sopwith Pup.
0.59Mb (469 downloads)
CFS RFC Sopwith Pup. The Sopwith Pup quickly became a favorite with pilots of the Royal Naval Air Service. It was superior to the Fokker D.III and more than a match for any of the new Halberstadt and Albatros scouts. Although underpowered, pilots liked the plane because it was maneuverable and fast. It could climb and hold its altitude better than any other fighter. Original model Andrew Hall, texture, DP profile by Miguel Angel Duarte Lobo. 608K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:32 by archive
 
CFS1
            Spad XIII
0.49Mb (625 downloads)
CFS1 Spad XIII Equipped with twin machine guns and a larger engine, the SPAD XIII was based upon the airframe of the smaller SPAD VII. Built in large numbers, it was fast and powerful but difficult to fly. Original model Fred Wohosky, texture, DP profile and panel by Miguel Angel Duarte Lobo,499KB The SPAD XIII was flown by many of the famous aces including Georges Guynemer and Eddie Rickenbacker. Guynemer's last victory was also the first scored by a SPAD XIII. With 18 victories, Irish ace William Cochran-Patrick scored more victories with the SPAD VII and SPAD XIII than any other ace. By Miguel Angel Duarte Lobo. 500K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:32 by archive
 
CFS1
            Hawker Tempest Mk V series II Textures only
0.09Mb (227 downloads)
CFS1 Hawker Tempest Mk V series II Textures only. This is a repaint of P. H. F. Burnage's excellent Hawker Tempest Mk V series II available from Page 5 of the CFS1 aircraft files (here). All that are included in this download are the texture files for an aircraft of 56 squadron Royal Air Force, No EJ743 (US+H) based at Volkel during December 1944 flown by Flight Sergeant Mac Kennaugh. 88K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:32 by archive
 
CFS1
            73 Squadron Night Fighter Hurricane
0.22Mb (232 downloads)
CFS1 73 Squadron Night Fighter Hurricane - Take a flight back to WW2 RAF, with this 73 Squadron Night Fighter. Includes Hurricane panel, sound and model, repainted by _11_Scarface (Mike Long). 223K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:32 by archive
 
CFS1
            Fokker Eindecker EIII.
0.39Mb (685 downloads)
CFS1 Fokker Eindecker EIII. The Eindecker was underpowered and slow but could out turn most of its opponents. Allied aviators who faced it called themselves "Fokker Fodder". The Eindecker ruled the skies until the Nieuports and SPADs were developed. Original Model by Andrew W. Hall. By Miguel Angel Duarte Lobo. 402K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:32 by archive
 
FS98/CFS
            Corsair KD345
2.31Mb (3369 downloads)
FS98/CFS Corsair KD345 Aircraft by Alain L'Homme Panel re-colored by Carl Huxted Sounds by Aaron R. Swindle Damage Profile by Osmar Calixto Jr Modified Air file by Danny Busch. 2.6.MBK
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:32 by archive