Quantcast

Home | Search | Forums | Help | Upgrade to Premier Membership

Upload a file
Forums
Utilities
Downloads
Search
Help
Real Aviation
Site map
Design
Become a member
Links
Contact Us
Using This Site
  Vintage Page 34
FS2004 Sikorsky VS-44 Avalon Air Transport Sikorsky's last fixed-wing airplane, operated by Avalon Air Transport (later Catalina Airlines) 1957-67 on taxi runs between Long Beach, CA and Catalina Island. Made over 8,000 trips in 10 years, sometimes 12 in a day. Passenger capacity increased from 32 to 47 by removing galley and sleeper berths, and decreasing fuel load. Flight deck greatly modified in order to reduce crew required from 5 to 2. FSDS2 model with virtual cockpit, passenger compartment. Improved flight dynamics. Some instruments and interior details based on photos taken at New England Air Museum. Custom XML gauges plus defaults from DC-3. Animated cowl flaps and hatches. A flying boat, not an amphibian. No landing gear, but beaching gear provided. Can be taxied in and out of water. By George Diemer. 5.8MB
FS2004 SAAF DC3 Textures. This is a repaint of the default Douglas DC3 in the colours of the South African Air Force. Repaint by Rassie Erasmus. 1.8MB
FS2004 Boeing 221A Monomail The 221A Monomail was a major advance in aircraft design, being one of the first all metal, stressed skin monoplanes built. Despite it's advances the 221A'a layout harked back to the biplane era, with the cabin forward, and open cockpit aft. Lack of a constant speed propeller prevented the Monomail's true success, as better twins were introduced by the time C-S props appeared. Only one 221A saw brief service between Chicago-Cheyenne. This FS9 model has full ani's, with opening doors/hatches, bare metal finish, VC, and some custom gauges. Tim 'Piglet' Conrad. 4.9MB
FS2004 Boulton Paul Type P.75 Overstrand. The last biplane medium bomber to enter RAF service. The first RAF use of a power gun turret. Fitted with an autopilot and heating for all crew positions. Aircraft of No. 101 Sqdn. based at Bicester C.1936 Ver. 01, By Edward Cook. 2.4MB
FS2004 Me108 Taifun Textures only. . The paint scheme is based on the Me108 with the regestration D-IOIO. Requires the Me-108 by Guenter Kraemer.here. Includes aircraft and panel textures. By Steffen Moessner. 1.5MB
FS2004 Gloster G.41A "Trent" Meteor. Twenty Gloster G.41A Meteor F.Mk 1 fighters comprised the first production batch, these being powered by W.28/23C Wellands and incorporating minor airframe improvements, including a clear-view canopy. After a first flight on 12 January 1944 the first Meteor Mk 1 was delivered to the United States. Model & textures by J R Lucariny. 1MB
FS2002/FS2004 Fokker G-1 Mercury This aircraft is the one developed for hunting in the Netherlands. It was used as a light bomber afterwards. Two kinds of paint example(Netherland and Germany) are included. by Kazunori Ito. 2.7MB
FS2004 Yakovlev 52 "Red11" Textures only. This is a repaint of the YAK-52 in the scheme of Red-1, flown by Llindsay Sinclair of the "russian roolets" an Australian aerobatic team flying this a/c type. Iwill endure to have the rest of the team soon. Lindsay(redstaraviation.com.au) is the major importer of this aircraft type in Australia and is the leader of the roolets. Ihave modified the flight dynamics with the aid of Lindsay. Repaint by Mick Sinclair. Requires John Carter's original aircraft here. 1.1MB
FS2004/2002/CFS2 GMAX Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IX "MK805" Aeronautica Militare Italiana, 8 Gruppo, 5 Stormo, Orio al Serio, 1948. . These textures are authorised repaints of Paul Rebuffat's CFS2/FS2002 GMAX Spitfire MKVII model. Texture repaint and other repaints associated with this repaint by Murray Bremner are published with permission from Julian Adams. 5.1MB
FS2004 Yakovlev 52 "Yak Attack" Textures only. This is a repaint of the yak-52 in the scheme of Red3, including nose art. its flown by Jim Wickham of the "Russian Roolettes" an Australian aerobatic team flying this a/c type.i will have the rest of the team for you soon. Lindsay(redstaraviation.com.au) is the major importer of this aircraft type in Australia and is the leader of the Roolettes. Repaint by Mick Sinclair. Requires John Carter's original aircraft here. 885K