6.80Mb (1169 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Spitfire Tr.IX The Grace Spitfire ML407 was originally built at Castle Bromwich in early 1944 as a single seat fighter and served in the front line of battle throughout the last twelve months of World War II with six different allied Squadrons of the RAF's 2nd Tactical Air Force. ML407 flew a total of 176 operational combat sorties amassing an impressive total 319 combat hours. Complete model, airfile, effects and textures by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Sep 8, 2016 04:39 by A.F.Scrub
54.10Mb (989 downloads)
This aircraft was the only one who flew in Spain with Spanish tuition. Its owner was Rodolfo Bay Wright, commander of Iberia and founder of Spantax. The life of this aircraft was short but intense, Bay made several flights with this plane to Villa Cisneros in order to transport lobster Peninsula, was released in the aircraft without dual controls. Model and textures by Dave Garwood & Derek Palmer. Merlin Sounds by Gary Jones. 2d panel. No VC.
Posted Sep 2, 2016 11:48 by Juan Villamor
84.12Mb (1140 downloads)
BF 110. The Messerschmitt Bf 110, often called Me 110, was a twin-engine heavy fighter and fighter-bomber developed in Nazi Germany in the 1930s and used by the Luftwaffe and others during World War II.
Posted Aug 26, 2016 18:30 by Rodolfo Valery
37.78Mb (1431 downloads)
The Noorduyn Norseman was built from 1935 until 1959. It has been used all over the world in both civil and military roles. After WW2, most Norseman were used primarily as bush planes on both wheels and floats, most of them being used in Canada. This is primarily a cockpit and interior update of this great model developed by Brian Gladden for FS2002 and updated for FSX by A.F.Scrub. The package features five beautiful liveries, an entirely new VC, based upon the default DeHavilland Beaver panels and a modified interior. It also now includes smoke effect and co-pilot as well as cabin views, which let you enjoy the entire cabin. In addition, it features the recently posted great authentic sound by John Sylvester. Thanks to Brian Gladden for the original model, to A.F.Scrub for the FSX adaptation and to John Sylvester for the sound and one of the repaints. New VC and modified Beaver 2D panel as well as smoke, camera configuration and interior enhancement by Michael Pook.
Posted Aug 25, 2016 05:28 by Michael Pook
12.26Mb (150 downloads)
A repaint of the Basler BT-67 base pack by Manfred Jahn in "Want to Play?" livery. The Basler would be the ideal aircraft for Black Ops or those deep night runs with its STOL capabilities and its large payload capacity.
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Posted Aug 22, 2016 09:32 by David Robles