39.44Mb (3624 downloads)
Royal Navy Historic Flight's Sea Hawk All credits go to Steven Beeny for creating this great model!! She was taken to British Aerospace's Dunsfold works for a complete refurbishment which was completed in 1996. She is now resplendent in the markings she wore when servicing with 806 Squadron( Ace of Diamonds ) at the end of her front-line career aboard HMS Albion and is currently unique in being the only airworthy Sea Hawk in the World. VC included. Repaint by Stephen Browning
Posted Jan 12, 2013 06:36 by Stephen Browning
102.65Mb (3021 downloads)
Hawker SeaHawk pack, updated for FSX. All credits go to Steven Beeny for creating this great model!! This nice and agile Hawker product is, in my opinion, one of the finest carrier-jets ever produced. Fifteen liveries, seven models and a repaintable AI, updated panel with acceptable working VC (all necessary gauges included) and some extra's (radar, wind-direction etc.). Gun and smoke effects for fun. I would suggest that you look for the great freeware programmes Arrestor Cables and AI-Carriers, so you can get the best out of flying this bird. Enjoy!
Posted Jan 10, 2013 02:42 by erik hertzberger
3.89Mb (1804 downloads)
FSX/FSX Acceleration Curtiss P40K The P-40K was the heaviest of the P-40 family.It served mainly in the Pacific theater and in China. It should have been the last model of the P-40 produced, but troubles with the P-60 program left production capacity available at the Curtiss factories, so the production of P-40s was continued despite the obvious weaknesses of the model. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub
Posted Jan 6, 2013 16:03 by A.F.Scrub
2.25Mb (335 downloads)
FS9/FSX L-1049H Sabena textures. In the late 1950s, Sabena leased three L-1049H Constellations from Seaboard and Western to handle increased passenger loads for Expo 1958 in Belgium. Requires L-1049H model by Manfred Jahn. Textures by Gary Harper.
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Posted Dec 30, 2012 17:22 by Gary Harper
39.29Mb (1211 downloads)
FSX Acceleration Bristol F2B Greek Tourer RHN/RHAF complete package with twin Livery of 1925 Royal Hellenic Navy(All Silver) and 1931 Royal Hellenic Air Force (Dark Green). The superb model by Robert Bruce features detailed virtual cockpit animated pilots and sound. As usual I have included all historical info and photos in the package. The 2 liveries resemble the 81A type(Greek tourer). Textures in DDSx32 bit format(FSX only) by Hellenic Aircraft/Yiannis Katehis Tsetsas
Posted Dec 29, 2012 12:48 by YIANNIS KATEHIS TSETSAS
38.54Mb (1219 downloads)
The Heinkel He 51 was a German single-seat biplane which was produced in a number of different versions. It was initially developed as a fighter, and a seaplane variant and a ground-attack version were also developed. It was a development of the earlier He 49. Full animations, 3D gauges and Baked Textures. By Craig Richardson @ www.Classicwings.net. Many thanks to: Huub Vink (Textures), Tom Falley (Flight Model) and Mathias Pommerien for help on the 3d gauges and XML.
Posted Dec 29, 2012 09:12 by uploader
25.94Mb (2865 downloads)
Tim Conrad's superb Fieseler Fi-156C Storch, now flyable in FSX with full working VC and other extra's. 2D-panel by Erwin Welker. All credits are for them! Seven different liveries, all necessary gauges included.
Posted Dec 29, 2012 05:20 by erik hertzberger
8.46Mb (577 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Yakovlev Air-7 vintage racer The "AIR-7", was a tandem-seat air racer / courier aircraft. It was inspired by contemporary American air racers such as early Granville Brothers (Gee Bee) machines and had a fair resemblance to them as a low-wing monoplane with landing gear in streamlined trouser fairings. It was powered by a Shvetsov M-22 nine-cylinder radial engine driving a two-bladed propeller. The M-22 was a copy of the British Bristol Jupiter radial, providing 360 kW (480 HP). It was of mixed metal-wood construction and featured overwing struts, as well as bracing wires, to permit a lighter wing. The AIR-7 performed its initial flight on 19 November 1932 and quickly set a national speed record of 325 KPH (202 MPH).GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub
Posted Dec 28, 2012 12:00 by A.F.Scrub