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FS2000 Sikorsky S-38 biplane amphibian. Reg #NC303N built ca. 1929, used by Northwest Airways. Sikorsky's first commercial success, 120 S-38s were built. Called "a collection of Sikorsky spare parts flying in formation." Separate float and wheeled versions included. Features moving parts and detailed radial P&W engines. Retracting gear with spoked wheels. F8 opens windows and cabin hatch. Panel uses default and public gauges. By George Diemer. 2.5MB

 

Heinkel He 177 A5 heavy bomber: for FS2000Pro You will find: rolling wheels on the ground/ moving gun-turrets/ exhaust-trails/ moving yoke in the virtual cockpit/ opening doors and hatches/ full crew when engines running/ radio-operator changing seats for take-off and landing/ full inside views/ working radiator ring/ working oil-cooler-flaps/ differentiated missile-launching and bomb-dropping equipment/ landing- and taxi-lights/ filght-characteristics almost within 1% to the original/ several reworked gauges/ but ... no GPS by Hauke Keitel. 7.7MB
CFS2/FS2000 P-51D Mustang This is a North American P-51D Mustang from WWII. Photo realistic textures have been used wherever possible.This aircraft has D-Day invasion stripes denoting its' use in the European theater. This is a highly detailed, fully animated model by Bruce Thorson/Roger Dial and features a custom sound set by Mike Hambly. Reworked textures by Gary D.Jones. 8.3MB
FS2000 Policarpov R-5. By Alexander Belov and Stepan Gritsevsky . Two-seat reconnaissance, light bomber and transport aircraft. First flown at September 19, 1928. More than 6000 R-5 of all modifications was built. R-5 become the multipurpose workhorse for aviation, and fulfilled functions as a combat aircraft, a transport and a passenger aircraftas well. Flying R-5 was not difficult, and everyone remembers it as reliable, sturdy and more unpretentious than any other type. 1MB
FS2000 adaptation of the CFS Republic P-47d Thunderbolt. A repaint of the default CFS P-47d Thunderbolt aircraft painted from a P-47 photo of an aircraft from the USAF Air Museum Photo Archives at Wright Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio. The aircraft has the marking J11 on the side and serial number 42-24964. This aircraft is from CFS and tested in FS2000. Uses P-47d Panel. All flight surfaces are moveable, transparent cockpit, retractable landing gear. Repaint by Bob Bongiovanni. 1MB
 

FS2000 - C-75 USAF Military Transport. During World War II Stratoliners were employed as military transports (C-75's), flying principally to South America and across the Atlantic. The wings were replaced with B-17G wings, engines, and tail of the B-17 bomber, but with a new streamlined, pressurized fuselage.. They were then sold to Aigle Azur in France, operating to French IndoChina. Here they became involved with the Vietnam War, worked with operators such as Air Laos and were still flying into the 1960s. Features panel, all moving parts and a true FS2000 .air file with start-up and shut-down engine sounds. Original by Tom Schaad (Excellent attention to detail) Repaint by Bob Bongiovanni. 1.4MB

FS2000 - the original CFS FW190 A-4 in Desert Camouflage adapted for FS2000. This is a repaint of the default CFS FW190a aircraft painted in Desert Camouflage textures based on the original picture. Aircraft flown by Oberleutnant Adolf Dickfeld, Staffel, II Gruppe, Jagdgeschwader 2, Kairouan, Tunisia, 1942 This file contains an extra skin with Swastika on the tail as flown on the actual aircraft. This aircraft is from CFS and tested in FS2000. Uses Fw 190a Panel. It will fly equally well in CFS and FS2000. All flight surfaces are moveable, retractable landing gear. Repaint by Bob Bongiovanni. 1.1MB

FS2000 Douglas C-124 C Globemaster II, USAF, MAC, (updated) Reg.Nr. 0-17280 Design and textures by Arik Hohmeyer, Flight dynamics by Dave McQueen, modified by Chris Grabow. With moving-parts. FS-DESIGN-WORKSHOP-BERLIN. The original aircraft operated in Berlin-Tempelhof Central Airport (Germany) at the end of the 60's. 1.3MB

CFS/CFS2/FS2000 A-36 APACHE THIS PLANE REPRESENTS THE A-36 APACHE DIVE BOMBER FLOWN BY MICHAEL RUSSO THE ONLY A-36 ACE WITH FULL MOVING PARTS GLOWING EXHAUSTS MOVING PILOTS HEAD AND MORE BY STEVE GANDY. 6.5MB

FS2000 - the original CFS P-47d Thunderbolt in Sky Blue Camouflage adapted for FS2K. This is a repaint of the default CFS P-47d Thunderbolt aircraft painted in Sky Blue Camouflage. The Aircraft color scheme was taken from an original photograph, This aircraft is from CFS and tested in FS2000. Uses P-47d Panel. It will fly equally well in CFS and FS2000. All flight surfaces are moveable, transparent cockpit, retractable landing gear. Repaint by Bob Bongiovanni. 836K