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FS2004/2002 Horten HO XVIII A. In 1944 the RLM issued a requirement for an aircraft with a range of 11000 km (6835 miles) and a bomb load of 4000 kg (8818 lbs). This bomber was to be able to fly from Germany to New York City and back without refueling. Five of Germany's top aircraft companies had submitted designs, but none of them met the range requirements for this Amerika Bomber. Their proposals were redesigned and resubmitted at the second competition, but nothing had changed. J R Lucariny. 800K
FS2004 RAF Typhoon Red Arrow Textures only. Requires DSB Typhoon here. Dave Charlton. 526K

FS2002/FS2004 Convair F-102 Delta Dagger The F-102 was the world's first supersonic all-weather jet interceptor and the USAF's first operational delta-wing aircraft. Its primary mission was to intercept and destroy enemy aircraft. This model is a thing corresponding to FS2004. And, moving parts in the canopy, the drag chute, and the missile silo, etc. are contained. by Kazunori Ito. 1.9MB

Update for the F102 by Kazunori Ito. I have added a better afterburner from an f14 by Dino Cattaneo. I have also re-done the panel bitmap to be able to have better forward visibility. I have also added a pitch-trim gauge and a gauge to control the new afterburner. I have also changed the aircraft.cfg file and the F-102.air file so the plane is easier to slow down and land. You can now touch down at somewhere between 150 and 170 knots. Approach at 170 to 190 knots. For take off and landing set the trim between 70 and 81. After extracting the files to a folder of your choice, and before installing these changes make sure you rename or back up your original files! Some of you may like the way Ito messes up the way most of his models fly. The effects go in the main FS9 effects folder, the folder 'rcb-gauges' goes in the main FS9 gauges folder. The panel folder, aircraft.cfg file and the F-102.air file need to be copied to the aircraft folder of the plane. As always no need to overwrite what is already there. Bob Chicilo. 277K

FS2004 RAF 39 sqn Canberra Mk9 Textures only. these textures depict the RAF Canberra of 39 Sqn, RAF Marham. AIRCRAFT BY Kazunori Ito. here Dave Charlton. 785K
FS2004 Tornado F Mk. 3 "36-24 ITALIAN" - Textures only. Requires the full DSB Tornado here Dave Charlton. 2.1MB
FS2004 Tornado IDS - "Italian 6-51" Textures only. . Requires the full DSB Tornado here Dave Charlton. 2.1MB
FS2002 / FS2004 Jaguar T2 in Red/White/Blue "Rasberry Ripple" Textures only. This is a repaint of the Jaguar here required, not included) By Adam Preece. Repaint by Andrew Nott of Anglo-Virtual Aviation UK. 628K

FS2004 - RAAF Canberra Bomber - Final Version This release has a fully active, animated pilots virtual cockpit on the Armed, Clean and Fuel models, there is also a fully active, animated navigators virtual cockpit on the NavEx model. This enables you to simulate a flight training exercise as the navigator from the back seat. Take offs and landings can be done from the 2D pilots cockpit. By Bill Holker. 8.9MB

FS2002 / FS2004 EE Lightning XG337 Textures only. This was one of 20 pre-production aircraft, and is now preserved at RAF Cosford. Shown as it was 'in use' and as it is now 'preserved'. This is a repaint of the Lightning (here) required) by By Kazunori Ito. Repaint by Andrew Nott of Anglo-Virtual Aviation UK. 2.1MB
FS2004 RAF Tornado F-2 Textures only. Requires the full DSB Tornado here Dave Charlton. 1.8MB