60.90Mb (424 downloads)
Lockheed F-94C Starfire was a all weather interceptor developed from the T-33. 2017 update of Kazunori Ito's sweet F-94C to FSX MDL X material and animations, repaints by Dave Quincy. FSX panel by Michael Roberts. Model- Kaz Ito, update to X by Y.T.
Posted Mar 27, 2017 04:23 by LLS
0.18Mb (43 downloads)
The Station opened in 1942 before closing in 1946, it hosted No. 431 Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force as part of 4 Group RAF Bomber Command which formed at the airfield on 13 November 1942 flying Vickers Wellington Mark X aircraft while at Burn. On 15 July 1943 the squadron was transferred to RAF Tholthorpe and became part of No. 6 Group RCAF. On 1 January 1944 No. 658 Squadron RAF moved to the airfield from RAF Clifton flying the Taylorcraft Auster III but left only seven days moving to RAF Doncaster but on 21 January 1944 the squadron returned, this time staying until 14 March 1944 when they moved to RAF Collyweston. The squadron was briefly joined on 31 December 1943 by 659 Squadron which moved to RAF Clifton the following day. During its use the airfield was also used by No. 10 Aircrew Holding Unit RAF. On 6 January 1944 No. 578 Squadron RAF squadron was relocated to RAF Burn from RAF Snaith. This Bomber Command squadron flew Handley Page Halifax Mk. III before disbanding on 15 April 1945 and the station was closed for flying operations in July 1945. On the night of 30 March 1944, Pilot Officer Cyril Joe Barton took off from RAF Burn in Halifax LK797 for a raid on Nuremberg, and won a posthumous Victoria Cross for valour. Shortly after flying was discontinued, the Royal Army Service Corps took over some facilities to store surplus equipment. ] Many of the buildings have been dismantled but all three runways remain intact and are used by Burn Gliding Club Ltd. Source:Wikipedia
Posted Mar 26, 2017 14:08 by Terry Boissel
13.19Mb (394 downloads)
2017 update of the Alphasim CF-105 (www.virtavia,com) in FSX native, MDL X materials and animations: Updated materials and glass, added spec maps, texture wrap applied to radome. Dragchute added on water rudder command. Missiles on dropable object conditions, flying/exploding when it hits. Sparrow II model included, matches modeled armament.Missiles only show from a saved flight with weapons loaded, saved flight included from San Nicholas out in the channel Islands west of Catalina. Overall, a much better presentation.
Posted Mar 26, 2017 10:53 by LLS
5.53Mb (232 downloads)
Will the circle runway ever actually be a "thing" well I am no aerospace engineer so I couldn't answer that. Chances are you've seen it floating around the internet and had your thoughts. Well here's your chance to actually have a go, this scenery is very basic, just a few buildings, one endless runway, no runway lighting... Yes do this during the day.
Posted Mar 26, 2017 05:15 by Mark Piccolo - Soarfly Concepts
71.56Mb (524 downloads)
FSX/P3D Airbus A380-800 China Southern package. China Southern currently (2017) operate 5 A380-800 on several international routes including Australia, Europe and the US. Includes full working VC, working wipers, with ground handling gauge and FMC. Added exits for Jetways (press Ctrl J) and better Thomas Ruth VC with updates by Chris Evans and Louis Quintero. Use FMC under Views/Instrument panel in FSX menu. Model/VC by Project Airbus/Thomas Ruth. I added the great textures by SLT. Prepared and assembled for FSX by Chris Evans.
Posted Mar 26, 2017 05:03 by chris evans
0.47Mb (314 downloads)
This is a small update for the F84F Thunderstreak VC recently posted. It replaces the pitch-black VC cockpit framing and gives it more detailed contours. Just copy the bitmap into the texture folder and overwrite.
Posted Mar 26, 2017 04:39 by Michael Pook
52.04Mb (725 downloads)
Alphasim Republic F-84F Thunderstreak, RF-84F Thunderflash Thunderpig, lead sled, hole sucking air, iron ground hog...Widely utilized by USAF and NATO, this second generation fighter-bomber was renowned for long, laborious take-off runs and landing like a washtub full of hot rocks. Once it got off the ground, it was a predictable and competent aircraft that gave excellent service until 1972 with the USAF, and 1991 with Greece. 3.428 aircraft were produced. 2017 update to FSX native, MDL X materials and animations. Drop tanks on payload visibility conditions, updated pilot figure. F-84F features a second model (set as default) with Mk-7 tactical nuclear bomb on #2 stores position.The Mk-7 is fitted for the LABS system. The weapon displays on droppable object condition, and will thus only display from a saved flight(inc) with MK-7 loaded. The Mk-7 has a folding fin which deploys when gear retracted, stows when gear extended. An updated Mk-7 LABS variant included. This has a FDE massaged to allow LABS (Low Altitude Bombing System) delivery of the store in low and high angle toss, as well as over the shoulder delivery. My thanks to the usual crew of bandito's; Scrubby and Michael for the panel work, Henk for animation work, Arno for the tools, Phil at www.virtavia.com for allowing their stuff to be butchered about, Manuele Villa, Frank Safranek, Globalhobo's-skins. Pilot by Tim 'Piglet' Conrad, Mk-7 and LABS FDE, X conversion by Y.T. F-84F/RF-84F by Alphasim.
Posted Mar 25, 2017 15:03 by LLS
17.49Mb (372 downloads)
In 1945, the German Air Ministry requested new designs for a new generation of jet fighters such as the Horten Ho 229 and Focke Wulf Ta 183. One of these designs was the Heinkel He P.1079. The initial design, known as the P.1079A, was a V-tail night fighter with wings that featured a 35 degree sweepback.The second and third designs were flying wings with a single vertical fin which replaced the V-tail of the P.1079A. The P.1079.B2 was a completely tailless flying wing. None of the three designs were ever produced, with development work ceasing at the end of World War II. This is an update of the Nightfighter, originally designed by Andreas Becker. The focus of this update lies upon the panels,now featuring mostly German gauges to give them a more authentic appearance, being that this aircraft was a German design. In adition, tha VC has been entirely reworked and now contains some more gauges. All credits go to Andreas Becker for the original model, new panel updates by Michael Pook.
Posted Mar 25, 2017 11:56 by Michael Pook