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FS2004 B-24D Liberator. This is an update of the B-24D Liberator from CFS2. I have added nav lights and updated the flight dynamics. The sound is aliased to the Ford Trimotor and the panel is aliased to the b747_400. Panel available from the GMax Liberator here. This will be the last of the CFS2 updates as the Devestator model won't work in FS2004, and there is a DC3 as part of FS2004. Bob Chicilo. 1.6MB
FS2004 Boeing 314 Clipper. The mighty Clipper was more of a flying hotel than a airliner. Carrying passengers on long overseas flights, it carried them in style and luxury, with suites, sleepers and a kitchen with its own chef. By Mike Stone. 569K

FS2004 Vickers Vimy Commercial. After the end of WW1, Vickers decided to build an airliner version of the Vimy bomber. The prototype Vimy Commercial flew in april 1919. A total of 44 were built, most of them for China. The most well-known example was, however, G-EASI 'City of London', flown by Instone Air Line (and later Imperial Airways) 1920-1926. By Jens B. Kristensen. 7.8MB
FS2004 Fairey III D. A FAA Spotter/Reconniassance aircraft. Typical colour scheme, circe 1924. Ver. 01, By Edward Cook. 2.9MB
FS2004 Douglas DC-3 World Rally 2005 Textures only. This is a repaint of the default DC-3 in a specially commissioned livery for the 2005 DC-3 World Rally, organised by the team at DC-3 Airways VA. Visit www.dc3airways.com for information about this exciting event in October 2005. Thereafter, you can keep this lovely lady as a souvenir of how well you flew! This livery is also available for the MAAM-SIM FS2004/FS2002 Passenger DC-3 as wr5_maam.zip. By Mark Beaumont, VP Fleet, DC-3 Airways.

FS2004 Cessna AW 1930 Executive. This is the newest version of Cessna AW and is a variant of the past two models. This model of Cessna 'Model A' features a new 2D panel with better visibility, modified instrumentation, black panel edition, radio aerial, steerable tail wheel, new interior colors, a new white version, and a cool tent that pops up on one wing, complete with a blanket and picnic set. Now there's no excuse to take that trip around in your new Cessna AW Executive and camp out under the stars, (or wing that is). Modeled in Gmax. By William Ortis, Lionheart Creations Ltd. 18MB

CFS2, FS2000, FS2002 and FS2004 Nieuport 17. As flown by René Dorme 1917. The Nieuport 17 was One of the most successful WW1 biplane fighters. The highly manoeuvrable "Superbébé" was a larger, improved version of the Nieuport 11. The Nieuport 17 easily outclimbed and outperformed many early German Fighters.This model had a 120Hp rotary engine and a cowling mounted gun. The CFS2 version has Leprieur_rocket added and engine exhaust. René Dorme got 23 victories while flying this plane with unit N3. New improved model with engine and guns effects. New texture, Air and Dp file by A.F.Scrub. 2.7MB

Fix for Nieuport 17: RDorme animations under FS2004 If you accidently said yes to certain unsupported features on first choosing the Nieuport, you lost all animations ….This is the solution for the problem. by A.F.Scrub. 416K

FS2004 NA LT-6G Texan Austrian Airforce Package. This specific aircraft 4C-TE can be seen in the exhibition "50 Jahre Luftstreit- kraefte" at Zeltweg AFB, Austria. T-6 Visual model and moving parts by Warwick Carter, Panel by Johan "VIPER" Lemmers, fotorealistic textures by Roman E. Krauss. 8.9MB
FS2004/2002 P-51D Mustang Swedish Package. P-51D history: set of 5 Variations of Swedish P-51's Repaints By Mikael.Karlsson. Aircraft design Roger Dial (Flight One Software, Steve Small (FSD), and Mike Hambly (Blue Arrow FS). 5.4MB
FS2004/2002 Gotha Go244. Glider Go242 for the invasion will obtain the authorization of a German Air Ministry because it had the load capacity three times transportation glider DFS230 that German army was using till then and start the mass production type development. And, the airframe to which this machine also had had power was developed as well as other gliders for the invasion. Because obtaining a large amount of Gnome Rhone 14M engines after France surrenders just became possible, this was installed and Go244 that had a fixed undercarriage was developed. All these gliders with power were redecorating from powerless type Go242B. by Kazunori Ito. 2.6MB