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FS2004 Dornier 24K Flying Boat. A recon Aviolanda flyingboat build for the Dutch MLD by Dornier. Updated version for FS9 only. By Wim Regeer. 1.6MB
FS2004 Avianca (Aerovias Nacionales de Colombia) Douglas DC-3/C-47 registration HK-111 Textures only for thr default DC3. One of the numerous DC-3-C-47 operated by AVIANCA in the different routes nationals covering the whole territory of Colombia years 50īs /60īs. ,Texture for default fs2004 by Julio Muņoz Ramírez . The Base bare metal textures are made by Mark Beaumont. 2.2MB
FS2004 - Royal Air Force DHC-1 Chipmunk Skins - Textures only. 32 bit skins for Rick Pipers excellent freeware DHC-1 Chipmunk - chipmunkfs9.zip available here. Comments and feedback welcome Eric Joiner. 1.6MB
FS2004/2002 Westland Wyvern S4. This airplane is a long distance ship airplane developed according to specification N.11/44 that Royal navy demanded in 1944. This was the last fixed-wing aircraft at the westland company, and It was the first ship airplane in the world equipped with the turboprop engine. However, the go into commission period was short due to the mistake of the design and the slump of the engine. Total production number / 127. by Kazunori Ito. 1.3MB

FS2004 Southern Cross Fokker FVII/3m The 'Southern Cross' made the first crossing of the Pacific Ocean by an aircraft, flown by Charles Kingsford-Smith and a crew of three. They took off from Oakland, California on May 31, 1928, and arrived at Brisbane, Australia on June 19. The Southern Cross was, at the time, even more famous than Charles Lindberg's 'Spirit of St. Louis'. The Southern Cross is preserved today at Brisbane Airport. This package includes the aircraft model and ready-made flights you can use to recreate the 1928 experience. By Jens B. Kristensen. 5.4MB
FS2004 Pan American Fokker F.VIIb/3m. Pan Am had five Fokker FVII trimotors, and flew them connecting Key West (Florida) with Havana and Miami. The Fokker FVII trimotor was of the most succesful airliners of 1925-1935. By Jens B. Kristensen. 3.1MB
FS2004/2002 de Havilland DH82a Biplane. This classic British trainer made its first flight on October 26, 1931. It is one of a number of models of light aircraft named for moths in recognition of designer Geoffrey de Havilland's interest in moths and butterflies. It became popular with air forces throughout the United Kingdom as well as the civilian aviation market. This package includes several wheeled and float versions with world wide sceneries to fly them in. From Custom Classics. 8.5MB
FS2004 Spitfire MK V. The Spitfire was Britainīs most famous fighter of World War II. Noted pricipally for its role in the Battle of Britain, the Spitfire was developed during the late 30īs and saw its finest hour after 1940 in almost every theater of command. Original model by J. Lucariny.This is a fictional repaint by William "Coyote" Salvador. 1.6MB
Heinkel He280V3. German turbojet fighter. Nine prototypes were produced from 1941 but never saw operation in war. Model & textures by J R Lucariny. 1MB
FS2004/2002 Arado Ar E.555/1 Luft'46 Art Aircraft Series No.7. This aircraft is a bomber of the Flying Wing type researched from the concept of bomber that is more high-speed than the fighter. It was an aircraft that was able to fly the cruising range of 5000 km at the speed of about 800 km/h by installing the bomb of 4000 kg. Development was advanced aiming at practical use. However, development was suddenly discontinued by the instruction in only eight months. On December 28, 1944, Arado was ordered to cease all work on the E.555 series, probably due to the worsening war situation, and the need to concentrate aircraft development and production on fighters. By Kazunori Ito. 2.2MB