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de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver Mk I for FS98/FS2000. Archive contains 3 models, float, wheel, wheel-ski. Since it's first flight on Aug. 16, 1947, the de Havilland Canada Beaver has become one of the most successful and long-lived designs in aviation history. With its outstanding STOL capabilities it can carry more than half a ton of payload in and out of tight spots on land, water and snow. Full pack with panel & sound. By Fred Banting. 3MB

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FS98/FS2000 Pitts S-1-11B "Texas Predator"The Texas Predator, the name given to David Mafrige's aircraft, is a spectacular combination of speed performance and vibrant colors. This MUSCLE BIPLANEŠ is a one-of-a-kind, custom factory built, highly modified Pitts S l- l IB. This bi-wing aircraft is able to fly at speeds in excess of 250 mph produce a roll rate of 420° per second and pull/push between +12G to -8G. The paint scheme of The Texas Predator contains the elements needed for both competition and airshow performances. A showy yet sleek look makes it an original. Includes FULL MOVING PARTS and transparent canopy as well as a instrument panel based on photographs. Designed by Mikko Maliniemi. 566K

FS2000 Fokker F-27 Mk.500 Federal Express This is a complete new F27 with new flight dynamics, high res 512x512 textures. The gear now retracts prototypical, the nosegear is stearable, the props looks now like the real thing and now the transparent cockpitwindows give now a clear view on the flightcrew! By Rob Bennis. 125K

Embraer EMB-120 Brasilia in Continental Express old colors for FS2000. Features transparent cockpit, moving parts and complete checklists. FDE by Chris Grall and Christine Derksen. Bill Grabowski's EMB-120 panel recommended. By Rafael Hidd, Felipe Taveira and Bob Klemm (Moving Parts). 332K

Embraer EMB-120 Brasilia in USAir Express colors for FS2000. Features transparent cockpit, moving parts and complete checklists. FDE by Chris Grall and Christine Derksen. Bill Grabowski's EMB-120 panel recommended. By Rafael Hidd, Felipe Taveira and Bob Klemm (Moving Parts). 281K
FS2000 Fokker F-27 Mk.100 Aer Lingus This is a complete new F27 with new flight dynamics, high res 512x512 textures. The gear now retracts prototypical, the nosegear is stearable, the props looks now like the real thing and now the transparent cockpitwindows give now a clear view on the flightcrew!To make the passengers happy they even have a stair so they can board the ac. By Rob Bennis. 142K

FS2000/ FS98 Piper Cheyenne II (model PA-31T-620). High Fidelity panel by Michael Tscherdantzew Jr. Turboprop engine sounds by Scott Tizzard Landing lights Moving parts. The Piper Cheyenne II is a small twin turboprop built by Piper between 1974 and 1983 with seating for up to 8 people. This model represents a Cheyenne II operated by a French carrier called 'Airways'. Call sign F-GKRR. With full moving parts, sounds and panel. Model Nikki Schumann. Panel Michael Tscherdantzew Jr. Sounds Scott Tizzard. 3MB

FS2000 "Cub Yellow" Super Cub with Panel "Cub Yellow" Super Cub includes version 3 of Aaron Pederson's Super Cub panel for FS2000 with "aged" gauges, full interior with operating cockpit doors, reshaped nose, cowl and tail surfaces, steering tailwheel, 180hp engine and tundra tires for adventures into the bush. By Bob Wening. 970K

FS2000 Douglas DC-4 of Trans World Airways, circa 1947 Moving Parts Version TWA used the type primarily on freight services. All-new plane by Harry Follas based on DC-6b by Harry Follas and Tom Gibson. Flight Model by Brian Horsey. 252K

FS2000/FS98 Black Eagle 360. The Black Eagle 360 is a great recreational/intermidiate level aerobatic aircraft. Built from a highly modified Christen Eagle II, it is very similar to the Black Eagle 540. Among the differences between the two is that the 360 uses a Lycoming AEIO-360 tuned to 220HP and cruises around 170kts. Includes moving parts, and VFR-panel based on actual pictures of the real aircraft. By Jason L. Terry. 346K