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The aircraft M-326 is a single, double, cantilever low-wing monoplane with retractable main landing gear designed for basic and advanced training and air tourism. Originally the aircraft also allow training the full range of multiples of aerobatics +6 -3 g. The hull is welded from steel tubes prutovina, body covered with sheets of duralumin and canvas. Pilot seats are in tandem arrangement, main pilot's seat is located in front. Canopy is a two-piece with a solid plate and reverse odsunutelnou main parts. His framing is compared to previous versions of coaches simplified. Cabins are fully equipped training and in the original design and allow flying at night. All metal wing carries in addition to the main fuel tanks of 45 liters and the mechanical aileron flaps. The landing gear is retractable main landing gear, mounted to the fuselage prutoviny, and fixed, steerable tail wheel. The tail surfaces have a formal layout, the helm are covered with canvas. Drive aircraft is inverted, line, air-cooled six-cylinder M-137 and a maximum take-off power 180 hp (132 kW) at 2750 rev / min. It gives even the travel speed 2580 rev / min 140 hp nice. The engine spins a wooden two-blade fixed Moravan propeller, cruising or towing of 42.6411 from 42.6413. Model: Pavel Karasek site
Posted Jun 20, 2011 16:17 by archive
34.72Mb (8322 downloads)
Project Opensky 777-200 V2. Model features High resolution textures, Dynamic flexing wings, Body gear steering, Nose gear steering,etc.This scheme depicts Delta's newest 777-200ER--N867DA. Model Designer Hiroshi Igami/Yosuke Ube. Flight Dynamics Designer Warren C. Daniel/Brandon D Henry. Tested by Project Open Sky Members. Textures by Ben Jones/Yosuke Ube. Delta paint by Brandon D. Henry. Uses tyhe VC and 2d panel updated for FSX by Danny Garnier. Small fix to make VC work in all FSX systems (I think) by Chris Evans.
Posted Jun 20, 2011 08:41 by Chris Evans
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Although best known for their service with the Royal Air Force, Mosquitoes were also flew in several U.S. Army Air Force units as photographic and weather reconnaissance aircraft and as a night fighter. During the war, the USAAF acquired 40 Canadian Mossies and flew them under the American F-8 (photo reconnaissance) designation. In addition, the British turned over more than 100 Mosquitoes to the USAAF under Reverse Lend-Lease. These aircraft retained their British designations. Texture by Foxtrot Flyers.
Posted Jun 19, 2011 18:55 by John Hauck
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Reworked and additional views ( defined by camera definitions in the aircraft.cfg file ) for the beautiful Airbus A310-300 by Thomas Ruth. 13 outside views of the aircraft and a total of 6 VC views. See Read me.txt file for very easy installation procedures. Also included is a text file that contains the new camera definitions. Enjoy !
Posted Jun 19, 2011 15:32 by Marc Renaud
91.48Mb (55055 downloads)
FS2004 / FSX Concorde 2011 Version Includes: new model, textures, and flight dynamics; sound, gauges, effects, VC with navigator, passenger area, passenger's views, full animated parts, clickable gauges on VC (all in FS9, some in FSX). By Libardo Guzman.
Posted Jun 19, 2011 04:21 by libardo guzman
0.06Mb (2030 downloads)
Reworked and additional views ( defined by camera definitions in the aircraft.cfg file ) for the "Project Airbus A320 Air Canada With VC And Real sounds" package by HELLOCHEWY. 13 outside views of the aircraft and a total of 5 VC views. See Read me.txt file for very easy installation procedures. One special instructions added for this aircraft. Also included is a text file that contains the new camera definitions. Enjoy !
Posted Jun 18, 2011 17:44 by Marc Renaud
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Oran Airport Scenery, Algerian for FSX & FS 2004. During World War II La Senia Airport was first used by the French Air Force as a military airfiled, first by the Armee de l'Air, and after June 1940, by the Armistice Air Force of the Vichy Government. Today the airport serves flights locally and to Europe. The new 9,843 feet long runway 07R/25L has been operational since 12 February 2009.
Posted Jun 18, 2011 16:04 by HADDAD BOUFARIK