1.91Mb (2679 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Naval Aircraft Factory N3N floatplane trainer Following successful tests this neat little biplane trainer was built in both landplane and seaplane versions. The N3N was used extensively in U.S. Navy primary flying training schools throughout WWII, with the majority becoming surplus immediately when the war ended. The last N3N seaplanes, where retired in 1961. They were the final biplanes to be used in U.S. military service.Textures by Mick Morrissey, GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Mar 8, 2010 14:26 by A.F.Scrub
4.24Mb (953 downloads)
FSX/FS9 Willair International textures for L-1649A Constellation. Model by Manfred Jahn. Textures by Gary Harper. These textures depict Willair in 1968.
Posted Mar 6, 2010 23:04 by Gary Harper
3.90Mb (600 downloads)
FSX-FS9 texture only for L. Guzman's Curtiss C-46 Commando Flying Tigers in the fictional livery of Orville Brede Southport-Fleming Aero. Blue striped with white top on a bare metal fuselage similar to a DC-3 based in 1970's at KSGS in Minnesota, where Mr. Brede operated his flight service and school. Repaint by Tom Tiedman
Posted Mar 6, 2010 06:34 by Tom Tiedman
21.36Mb (1362 downloads)
FS2004/FSX XC-69 / L-049 Constellation Prototype. The XC-69 is the Constellation that started it all. Originally designated as the "Excalibur", the Constellation had a legendary beginning and star studded designers. Depicted here in three liveries, rollout day colors, flight test colors, and USAAF delivery colors. This aircraft would later be transformed into the first L-1049 and finally the first WV-2. Original Aircraft by Team 749 (Manfred Jahn, Roland Berger, Volker Boehme, Luis Pallas, Bill Tyne, and Stefan Werner), requires CalClassic / Team 749 L749 package, will work with or withou updated mdl files. Repaint by Dan McManus
Posted Feb 25, 2010 22:29 by Dan McManus
13.01Mb (2325 downloads)
This package covers a number of Seahawks in the 1944-1949 period, representing aeroplanes aboard the Battleships USS Missouri and Iowa, the Battle-Cruiser USS Guam, Cruiser USS Vicksburg, and air stations Alameda and Whidby Island. Also indulging the Authors penchant for 'Whatifs?', 2 British Pacific Fleet Aeroplanes, a Home Fleet Aeroplane, a Korean war RCN machine, and a Nuclear test support machine. For AF Scrubs SC-1 Seahawk
Posted Feb 24, 2010 02:42 by 3/7charlie
70.97Mb (19469 downloads)
FSX De Havilland DH82a Tiger Moth V1.1 Ants Airplanes presents an FSX SP2 Tiger Moth biplane for your enjoyment. This aircraft is based on a modern restored Australian built Tiger Moth and includes 8 paints. Paintkit available (read docs) Inclds Gipsy Major sounds by Don Putnam. Model, gauges etc by Anthony Lynch
Posted Feb 22, 2010 07:15 by Matt Hill
2.99Mb (2384 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Curtiss SC-1 Seahawk The Curtiss Seahawk (SC-1) was an American single-seater shipborne aircraft first flown in 1944, entering service in late 1944. It was the last plane designed to be catapulted from a battleship or heavy cruiser and was primarily used for scout duties and in some instances fire control for the large gun batteries. After WW2 it's mission was taken over by helicopters and other carrierborn aircraft. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub
Posted Feb 18, 2010 12:34 by A.F.Scrub
6.18Mb (5523 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Yak 3-M-82 warbird. The yak-3 and its derivates had a very long service life and many were used after the end of WW2. In an attempt to increase performance while avoiding the overheating problems of the VK-107 and VK-108 liquid cooled engine variants, the single "Yak-3M-82" was built,fitted with the Shvetsov M-82 two-row fourteen cylinder radial engine, used on the La-5 fighter, and first flown in May 1945. Performance was very good and the aircraft was extremely agile, but with jet fighters coming on line, there was no push to develop the concept further, and the project was abandoned in October 1945. The prototype reached 682 km/h (424 mph) at 6,000 m (19,685 ft) and contributed directly to the Yak-11. GMAX model by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Feb 12, 2010 10:41 by A.F.Scrub