5.45Mb (1165 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 K5054 Spitfire Prototype The Spitfire represents the pinnacle of inline-piston engined interceptor design, and has become (arguably) THE timeless classic that other aircraft are compared too. Its designer, R.J Mitchell, has become recognized as one of the all time greats in cutting edge aviation design. Work on K5054 started in December 1934. K5054 was named Supermarine Spitfire in March 1936. K5054 took off on its maiden flight at 16.30 on March 5th 1936 from Eastleigh Aerodrome in Hampshire. The flight lasted just eight minutes. The flight was such a revelation that on landing testpilot Summers said of K5054 "Don't touch a thing".. Tested in FS2004/FSX/FSXacceleration, windows 7/8. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Nov 22, 2014 05:05 by A.F.Scrub
9.21Mb (1739 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 FSX/FS2004 Focke Wulf Ta-154 Moskito. This german warbird was designed as fast attack bomber at the end of WWII. Finally it bacame a night fighter. This package consist of a destroyer with 2x12 R4M rockets and a night fighter with two upwards firing "Schrage Musik" guns; both with different textures. The models has a photorealistic panel, weapon- and camera configuration, including the rear seat of the radio and radar operator. This FSDS 3.5 model and the panel is made by Erwin Welker
Posted Nov 19, 2014 08:38 by Erwin Welker
10.55Mb (1252 downloads)
Curtiss Jenny painted in 'The Great Waldo Pepper' from the movie starring Robert Redford. I tweaked the engine a bit so now she does areobatics no problem. Default Microsoft model included. Textures by Mark Cranko
Posted Nov 14, 2014 00:19 by Mark Cranko
11.55Mb (889 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Spitfire MkIX Clipped The rapid pace of wartime development saw the Spitfire Mk.IX design tweaked many times during production. In order to gain a slight improvement in roll rate and about 4 mph at low level, the wing-clipping was done on those models intended (or modified) for low-level. The increase in the rate of roll made it still more competitive with the German FW 190 at low altitude. Czech and Danish version included. Tested in FS2004/FSX/FSXacceleration, windows 7/8. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Nov 12, 2014 14:35 by A.F.Scrub
15.97Mb (424 downloads)
FSX-updated YAS (=Yet Another Spitfire - project) Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vb on Floats. Three (3) liveries), nice 2D and acceptable VC with working gauges (all included), extra Shift-F panels plus British minipanel. Cockpit-door opens when engine is cut-off. Gun & cannon-effects for fun. Enjoy!
Posted Nov 12, 2014 10:56 by erik hertzberger
17.37Mb (1245 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 M6A Aichi Seiran Floatplane. This planes was to been intended for catapult launches on IJN submarine aircraft carriers like I-400. Such kinds of japanese submarines with a length of 120 m was the biggest submarines of WWII. And it is not imaginable, that those submarines was able to carry three Aichi Seiran floatplanes in their hanger. This Aichi Seiran has a VC and an animated navigator/gunner and a animated bomb. Also an ai-version is included for those who like to create an traffic with a take off from such an ai-submarine. (requires I400-Submarinepackage.zip). You can make also a catapult launch using the great tool "AiCarriers2" and my saved flight. Made with FSDS 3.5 by Erwin Welker.
Posted Nov 11, 2014 04:09 by Erwin Welker
17.52Mb (1276 downloads)
Converted CFS2 Mitsubishi A6M2 Reisen (Zero/Zeke) for FSX with four 1945 CAPTURED textures: RAF, USAF, TAIC and ATAIU-SEA, and a 1942 SHOKAKU paint. Nice 2D-panel with full working gauges (all included) and a Japanese minipanel, plus 5 extra shift-F panels. Also a nice updated VC with full working gauges. Ctrl-W make the wingtips fold, shift-C/V opens/closes the cowlflaps, shift-H lowers tailhook and L-key gives gun-effects for fun. Enjoy!
Posted Nov 6, 2014 19:30 by erik hertzberger
24.44Mb (3642 downloads)
The Vickers Viscount was the first turbojet airliner and had a great success. Here is the slendid realization from Jens B. Kristensen. I have modified the VC and 2D panel based on pictures I took last summer at Brooklands Air Museum near London. See instructions for installation and configuration in the readme.txt file. Credit: Jens B. Kristensen for the original aircraft.
Posted Nov 4, 2014 03:17 by Philippe Wallaert