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FS2002, Lockheed T33 A "Shooting Star" Here is a t33 example textured to represent an aircraft of Royal Dutch Air Force "Whisky Four" acrobatic team. The 3D model made with FSDS, features full moving parts, airbrake , recessed wheel wells, nose wheel steering and pilots in a virtual cockpit. File contains also a dedicated panel. Visual Model by Massimo Taccoli. Textures by Gerardo Taccoli Original Air file and panel by Bruce Thorson. Original bitmap panel by Phil Perrot. 1.5MB
FS2002 Patrouille de France 9 plane formation Flyable Fouga Magister formation. Designed by Kari Virtanen. 812K
FS2002 Midnight Hawks display team Flyable formation of 4 BAe Hawk Mk.51 Works in FS2000 without lights and smoke effects. This FSDS design includes full moving parts, transparent canopy with glass reflections and an instrument panel. Original model designed by Mikko Maliniemi. Modifications for display team package by Kari Virtanen. 3.8MB
F-16 Panel Modification. This is an Add-On to the F16 "Boys from Syracuse" (previous page) originated by Paolo Trabucco. This Add-on adds an "Osama bin Laden wanted" poster to the F16-C cockpit. You need the original F16-C files from Simviation to use with this add-on. Expect more from us - the Add-On Creators. 747K.
Lockheed U2 S Senior Span/ASARS variant. Optimised for FS2002. Full animation of flaps ailerons rudder and elevator, landing gear, spoilers and airbrakes, rolling wheels, full lighting (including the double fueslage top beacon lighting of the Senior Span variant) taking advantage of FS2002, Pilot and Instructor in full pressure suits. Pogos vanish independantly of the undercarriage before take off but do not support the aircraft in ground operation (this is due to myself wanting a realistic landing without the Pogos providing support as per real life), however the undercarriage track has been widened so that taxiing is possible. Completely new aircraft model by David Bushell. 251K
Lockheed U2 S . Optimised for FS2002. This example: Tail number 096 Operated by: 9th Strategic Reconnaisance Wing Air Combat Command Based at Beale AFB California and designed by the legendary Kelly Johnson of the Skunkworks as a high altitude surveilance platform the U2 has patrolled the skies of the world for over 40 years. Completely new aircraft model by David Bushell. 235K
Lockheed U2 ST Trainer variant. Optimised for FS2002 - This example: Tail number 064 Operated by: 9th Strategic Reconnaisance Wing Air Combat Command Based at Beale AFB California, this is one of a few training versions built of the enlarged TR1/U2. Designed by the legendary Kelly Johnson of the Skunkworks as a high altitude surveilance platform the U2 has patrolled the skies of the world for over 40 years. Completely new aircraft model by David Bushell. 265K
FS2002, Lockheed T33 A "Shooting Star" Royal Dutch Air Force. This model is a reproduction of the famous american aircraft trainer. Here is an example textured to represent an aircraft of Royal Dutch Air Force. The M-40,serial 55-4962, was delivered to the Dutch Air Force on 4 march 1957 and crashed on 20 february 1967, at that time serving with TVO (Transit Flight Training) at Woensdrecht AFB in the Netherlands. The 3D model made with FSDS, features full moving parts, airbrake , recessed wheel wells, nose wheel steering and pilots in a virtual cockpit. File contains also a dedicated panel. Visual Model by Massimo Taccoli. Textures by Gerardo Taccoli Original Air file and panel by Bruce Thorson. Original bitmap panel by Phil Perrot. 1.9MB

FS2002 DASSAULT MIRAGE IIIEZ SAAF The SAAF (South African Air Force) used the Mirage IIIEZ from the early 1960's to the mid-1980's before all were upgraded to Cheetah E's. This aircraft is depicted as No. 813 of 3 Squadron. Aircraft has deployable drag chute, moving spoilers, elevons, rudder and landing gear which compresses. Mirage IIIC Panel included. Aircraft by Jason Ashworth. Panel by Renaud Dudon. 2.6MB

FS2002 McDonnell Douglas F-15C. An FSDS aircraft with moving parts, a transparent cockpit, a custom HUD panel and a virtual HUD panel. By Chuck Dome. 720K