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FS2000 The Cannibal Queen, a modified 1942 Stearman biplane which author Stephen Coonts flew around the US during the summer of 1991. This plane is immortalized in the great book, "The Cannibal Queen, An Aerial Odyssey Across America" by Pocket Books. This VFR aircraft features fully animated virtual cockpit, virtual instruments, sound files and maps to recreate this epic VFR aviation adventure. Bill Lyons. 1.2MB

FS2000 1936 Ryan STA This FSDS design has animated control surfaces, prop, flaps and has a bare metal finish. A panel is included which uses Chuck Dome's moving hand throttle. By Paul Clawson. 278K

FS2000 North American P-51D-15-NA Mustang, 44-14888 "Glamorous Glen III", flown by Captain Charles "Chuck" Yeager, 363rd Fighter Squadron, 357th Fighter Group, November 1944. Includes moving parts and night time textures for the virtual cockpit. Flight model contains a true FS2000 .air file. Engine starts and shut downs work. Sliding canopy activates when gear retracts. Detailed cockpit can be viewed from spot plane view. Pilot's head turns left and right with rudder movement. This is a fully functional demo model and will be part of a forthcoming commercial release by Blue Arrow. FS2000 sound set is a FlightSim.Com FS2000 Gold Seal Approved sound set. Panel included is a freeware non-commercial release. Visual model by Roger Dial (Blue Arrow FS). Sound by Mike Hambly (Blue Arrow FS). Flight model by Bruce Thorson. 9.2MB


FS2000 D.H. Mosquito fighter bomber. Fs 2000 WWII Mosquito fighter bomber aircraft. The aircraft and panel features new high quality FS 2000 engine sounds, individual start-up/shut-down with backfire, new stall and gear warning sound etc. Very readable instruments, mini autopilot,default GPS and radio stack and an exellent pilots view.The sound pack is suitable for other twin piston engine aircrafts.FS 2000 default gauges required. The Flight Model is a true FS2000 airfile. Aircraft designed by Shigeru Tanaka, panel and FS 2000 sound-set by Jorgen Unschuld. 2.6MB

BT-13 Valiant. The "Valiant" was the basic trainer most widely used by the USAAF during WW II. It represented the second of the three stages of pilot training--primary, basic and advanced. Compared with the primary trainers in use at the time, it was considerably more complex. The BT-13 not only had a more powerful engine, it was also faster and heavier. In addition, it required the student pilot to use two-way radio communications with the ground, operate landing flaps and a two-position variable pitch propeller. Features include completely animated model with 11 textures, 16 sided fuselage, 3D intake, several texture transparencies, virtual cockpit, accurate sound set addapted from the corsair sound set by Aaron R. Swindle. 3D model and AIR file by Captain Slug. 116K

FS2000 Curtiss June Bug. Curtiss Arodrome number 3 or "June Bug" as it was christened, first flew in 1908 and between 21 June and 31 August of that year, succeeded in making more than 30 take-offs, mainly in the hands of Glenn Curtiss and McCurdy. Curtiss was awarded the Scientific American Journal's prize for the first officially recognised flight of over 1km on 4th July 1908 in this aircraft. The flight took 1 minute 42.5 seconds. By Wilbur/Moriarty Pegasus Aviation Design. 346K

Supermarine Spitfire Mk VB of the 334th FS, 4th FG , 8th Air Force USAF, operating out of Debden in late 1942/early 1943. USAF Spitfires were used on bomber escort missions as well as fighter sweeps with the RAF over France.PEGASUS AVIATION DESIGN Designer: Wilbur/Moriarty/Keith Clifford. 3.6MB

Republic P-43 Lancer - FS2000 only. Built by Republic, the P-43 was a modification of the P-35 and a precursor to the P-47. Model features full moving parts. Model and panel by David Eckert. Flight dynamics by Bob Boudoin and Bruce Thorson. WWII gauges by R.L. Clark. 1.6MB

FS2000Pro Beechcraft G-17S Staggerwing This FSDS model has transparent windows, full moving parts, and a panel. By Paul Clawson. 227K