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This is a repaint of the default FSX DC-3 in a specially commissioned livery for the 2010 DC-3 World Rally, organised by the team at DC-3 Airways VA. Visit www.dc3airways.com for information about this exciting event commencing on October 2, 2010. Thereafter, you can keep this lovely lady as a souvenir of how well you flew! This livery is also available for FS2004 as wr10_fs9.zip and for the MAAM-SIM FS2004/FS2002 Passenger DC-3 as wr10_maam.zip. By Mark Beaumont, VP Fleet, DC-3 Airways.
Posted Sep 4, 2010 09:29 by Mark Beaumont
4.49Mb (3098 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Macchi 205 Veltro. Three liveries are provided: one model reproduces the aircraft displayed at Vigna di Valle hystoric museum, with the co-belligerant Italian Air Force livery, a second one with the livery of Regia Aeronautica (Italian Royal Air Force ca. year 1943) and a third one with the livery of 'Aeronautica Nazionale Repubblicana' operated in the last part of World War II with the 'Repubblica Sociale Italiana' Air Force. The package features very accurate visual model and VC, highly reflective metallic skin and full animations. The panel background has been created entirely from scratch, based on photographic material found on the net and some photos from an official operating manual. Most of the gauges have been created by the author, a few are default gauges. Included in this model there is also a Virtual Cockpit, with working essential flight instruments and animated flight controls , plus camera views (FSX only). Capt. I.
Posted Sep 2, 2010 05:25 by D'Attomo
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The aircraft are simply revisions of my FS2004 Passenger In The Cabin Project but are only provided in standard VC mode for FSX. Original aircraft model from THE JUNKERS JU52 FACTORY Managing Director: Pierino Primavesi. Bush Unlimited Flying textures by Heather Sherman. Original 1936 Lufthansa D-AQUI textures by Pierino Primavesi. Because these FSX versions are based on my FS2004 PIC project, they have full autopilot control including speed but being floats, not amphibians, have no VOR1 or Nav hold facility. The aircraft can also be setup to drop Heather Sherman's parafoils. It is recommended you fly in Alaska or elsewhere from defined water runways. FSX updated version September 2010. Packaged and supported by Ross McLennan. File: JU52_FLOAT_FSX.zip
Posted Aug 30, 2010 23:39 by Ross McLennan
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This aircraft is simply a revision of my FS2004 Passenger In The Cabin Project but is provided in standard VC mode for FSX with the option to convert to PICR operation. Original aircraft from the Junkers JU52 Factory Managing Director: Pierino Primavesi. Aircraft was "First Round The World". In FSX some period gauges used previously did not work so there have been replacements fitted. An inspection of photographs of the real aircraft seemed to indicated the altitude and VSI gauges are imperial in the modern aircraft update. The aircraft has also flown around the world again in IWC paint. The FSX version is tuned to climb and fly safely at 12500 feet and because it is based on a PIC version, has full autopilot control including speed and Nav hold. The aircraft can also be setup to drop Swiss Paratroopers or Parafoils. The FS2004 sim version on which this FSX project is based used the model Ju-Air JU52 HB-HOT and textures version 6 by Pierino Primavesi. FS2002 PIC Concept by Ross McLennan, July 2007, consolidated update for FS2004 October 2009. FSX version of the aircraft September 2010. Packaged and supported by Ross McLennan. File: JU52_IWC_FSX.zip
Posted Aug 30, 2010 07:15 by Ross McLennan
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FS2004/FSX Junkers Ju-87 Stuka. A remake of a previously uploaded Stuka (by Italo D'Attomo). This is now a new full package (aircraft and panel). The Stuka (Sturzkampfflugzeug) was a two-seat, pilot and rear gunner, German ground-attack aircraft with inverted gull wings. The Stuka was used during the Blitzkrieg and with its fame behind was exported to Bulgaria, Hungary, Rumania and (159 airplanes) in Italy, where it was dubbed "Picchiatello", a pun meaning at the same time "diver" and "knocked in his head". It served from Norway (sometimes with skis instead of wheels) to Libya (hot weather version B-2/Trop). This model features highly reflective metallic skin and full animations. Three textures are provided, one Italian and two German. The panel is the same made by Italo D'Attomo with a few minor changes. Included also is a virtual cockpit, with working essential flight instruments and animated flight controls, plus camera views (FSX only). By Capt. G. Quai.
Posted Aug 26, 2010 02:41 by Capt. G. Quai
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Bonanza Airlines textures for the FSX default DC-3 aircraft by Microsoft/Aces and modified James Eden and Jon Murchison. These textures require AWESUM4SUM.zip modification to the default FSX DC-3 Textures by Gary Harper.
Posted Aug 23, 2010 21:30 by Gary Harper
5.47Mb (1659 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Curtiss P-36 Dutch: The Curtiss P-36 Hawk, was an American designed and built fighter aircraft of the 1930s and 40s. It was one of the first of a new generation of combat aircraft, a sleek monoplane design making extensive use of metal in its construction and powered by a powerful radial engine. Obsolete at the onset of World War II and best known as the predecessor of the Curtiss P-40. This is a Dutch version powered by the Cyclone engine. Corrected aircraft.cfg to avoid the model jumping on loading (also works with Finnish version). GMAX model by A.F.Scrub
Posted Aug 23, 2010 10:26 by A.F.Scrub
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Delta Airlines 1959 textures for the FS2002, FS9, and FSX DC-7. This livery was painted on Delta DC-8s in 1959 but is purely fictional on the DC-7. Aircraft by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson available at Calclassic.com. Textures by Gary Harper.
Posted Aug 19, 2010 00:13 by Gary Harper
2.33Mb (857 downloads)
Western Airlines textures for the FSX default DC-3 aircraft by Microsoft/Aces and modified by James Eden and Jon Murchison. These textures require AWESUM4SUM.zip modification to the default FSX DC-3 Textures by Gary Harper.
Posted Aug 10, 2010 21:25 by Gary Harper