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de Havilland DH80a Out of Africa Pack. This pack contains the Milton Shupe DH80 aircraft (with consent) and 35 liveries/repaints which cover the many regions of the vast continent of Africa during the 1930/40's era. The DH80 was extensively used throughout the region with some aircraft serving several different organisations and/or individuals. The Milton Shupe DH80 aircraft is an outstanding rendition of this historical aircraft and the liveries within the Pack highlight the dynamic range of liveries she wore in both a fictional and historical sense. The liveries in this pack are just a small fraction of the many other liveries created for this aircraft which are available at the Ford Tri-Motor Project site - http://www.ford-tri-motor.net. Everything is available for Free and for your FS2004 flying pleasure.
Posted May 14, 2013 18:08 by Garry J. Smith
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FS2004 Miles M.1 Satyr. Built for Miles' personal use in exhibition flying. It was his last biplane design. First flight was in August 1932. It crashed on takeoff in Aug 1989. It was sold on to The Hospitals Air Pagent. It was written off in September 1936. v1 By Edward Cook.
Posted May 1, 2013 23:12 by uploader
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FS2004-Caproni Ca 309 GHIBLI Twin-engine multi-role, entered in service in 1937 for reconnaissance and liaison, served with the Regia Aeronautica in the colonies in North Africa until january 1943.Monoplane with twin-engine low-wing with a mixed structure. The fixed gear mounted under the front legs of the two gondolas in-line engines Alfa Romeo 115-II.Model,texture,vccockpit and panel by F.Giuli.Gauges by other authors
Posted Mar 18, 2013 13:46 by FRANCESCO GIULI
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Westland Lysander. With its distinctive high-aspect ratio, high-mounted wing, the Lysander, or "Lizzie", was one of the most capable liaison planes of WWII. The type was fitted with a very powerful engine for its size, and had a unique, high-lift wing of long span which was equipped with automatic leading edge slats and trailing edge flaps. The large wing, powerful engine, and light weight allowed takeoff and landing distances of 300 feet for a normal load, with a stalling speed of just 56 mph. These saw service in a variety of roles, from general liaison to clandestine "spy drops" to target towing and air-sea rescue. In the Mk.IIIA, a large external belly tank of 180 gallons provided exceptional range for dropping off and picking up covert operatives well beyond enemy lines. First flown in 1936, a total of 1,652 of the type were built before production ended.
Posted Feb 19, 2013 09:34 by uploader
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FS2004 Martin Mars Waterbomber On 23 August 1938 the US Navy ordered from Martin a single prototype of the Martin 170 design for a patrol bomber of flying-boat configuration. Designated XPB2M-1, it was the world's largest flying-boat when flown for the first time on 3 July 1942.Only six more of the type were ordered at the end of WWII. These served as transports until 1956, when they were retired. In 1959, the remaining four were purchased for conversion to firebombers. Two remain flying to this day, the Philippine Mars and the second Hawaii Mars.Alphasim freeware AI mdl made flyable in FS2004.Complete 2D panel and outward look but no VC. Water dropping effect added. Conversion by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Jan 17, 2013 05:13 by A.F.Scrub
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FS2004/2002/CFS2 Bloch MB131C The Bloch 131 was developed from the Bloch 130.01 Guynemer prototype. It flew in July 1934 and was completely redesigned,with a glazed nose and tall single fin and rudder, and powered by two 708kW Gnome-Rhone 14N radial engines. A retractable undercarriage was fitted. Armament comprised 7.5mm machine-guns in nose, dorsal turret and ventral positions. One hundred and thirty-nine production Bloch 131 were built for the Armee de l'Air in the RB4 category as four-crew machines intended for bombing and reconnaissance. The first six aircraft were delivered by June 1938, the rest by September 1939. Most went to Reconnaissance Groupes, suffering heavy losses at the beginning of the 'Phoney War' period. From October 1939 the type was used only for occasional night missions and for training. The max bomb load in various combinations was 800kg. Following France's capitulation, the Vichy regime used surviving Bloch 131s for target-towing. This is Alain Breton old mdl reworked by A.F.Scrub for CFS2/FS8/FS9 flightsims.
Posted Dec 22, 2012 11:41 by A.F.Scrub