8.43Mb (18083 downloads)
FS2004 - BOEING B-777 photoreal Panel with TCAS and full interior views and wingviews. This upload comes with 2 panel-Versions. Version 1 is a panel with full interior views and 2 animated wingviews for the wingview-model of Project Openksy B777 V2 and can be used for any other B-777 without wingviews. Version 2 is the alternative 2D-panel for the VC-model of Project Opensky B777 V2 and can be used for this model only. By Horst Paetzold
Posted Oct 25, 2008 04:40 by Horst Paetzold
21.94Mb (15049 downloads)
FS2004 De Havilland DHC-5 Buffalo, Canadian Forces. This powerful twin turbo-prop has amazing STOL performance and is used as both a transport and a search and rescue aircraft. The rear loading ramp opens to air drop position and ground loading/unloading position. Full package for FS9, panel, VC and custom sounds. Full model animations including animated flight crew. Flying tips and html check/ref lists included. By Jean-Pierre Brisard and Bob May - Premier Aircraft Design.
Posted Oct 24, 2008 11:09 by firstname.lastname@example.org
6.52Mb (18289 downloads)
FS2002/FS2004 MiG-25 Foxbat. Alpha Simulations is releasing some of their classic titles as freeware. Developed to counter the Lockheed A-12, the MiG-25 Foxbat is capable of 1864 mph at optimum altitude. The first prototype first flew in 1964 and series production commenced in 1969. The type is still in service in several of the once Soviet-aligned states.
Posted Oct 24, 2008 05:07 by Alphasim
13.29Mb (10425 downloads)
FS2004 Tupolev Tu-16 Badger. Alphasim is releasing some of their classic titles as freeware. Three panel styles with gauges are included. Five models and three textures. The aircraft that ultimately evolved into the Tu-16 'Badger' was based upon the Soviet Tu-4, an unlicensed counterfeit of the American B-29 Superfortress. The fuselage and essential systems from the Tu-4 'Bull' were mated to a swept wing and twin jet engines, resulting in the Type 88 prototype. This aircraft first took to the air on April 27, 1952. It fell far short of expectations but was rushed into production anyway. Its performance was eclipsed by the B-47 Stratojet, the USAF counterpart of the time, but the Tu-16 ultimately proved to be a durable airframe and was produced through the 1990's, the final versions being license-built in China.
Posted Oct 24, 2008 05:02 by Alphasim