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FS2004 Hawker Horsley. V2. A two seat day bomber. Aircraft of No. 504 (County of Nottingham) Squadron RAuxAF. Based at Hucknall in 1928. Crew rescaledto 5 ft. 11 ins. Ver. 0.2, By Edward Cook. 6.8MB
CFS2/FS2002/FS2004 Martin Mariner PMB-3 US Navy. The Navy was happy enough with their PBM-1s to order 379 improved "Model 162Bs" or "PBM-3s" in the fall of 1940, with the ultimate quantity being about twice that number. The government helped finance construction of a new Martin plant at Middle River, Maryland, to build the machines. By Jim Jacobson. 4.1MB

FS2004 F4U-1A Corsair. This is basically the default FS2002 aircraft with the addition of a pop-up GPS and use of the DC-3 sound files. Updates by Chuck Dome. Public Domain. 2.1MB

FS2004 Exhaust effect for Chuck Dome's Corsair Update. These files will add a pretty cool exhaust flame effect to Chuck Dome's FS2004 version of FS2002's Corsair. When the engine manifold pressure reaches 45inhg, the flames will start automatically. By Joe Latarski. 178K

FS2004 Blackburn Type B-20. A Prototype twin-engined Flying Boat with retracting floats. Based at Dumbarton in early 1940. Ver. 01, By Edward Cook . 9.2MB
FS2004 Armstrong Whitworth AW38. Whitley V. A twin engined night bomber for the RAF. Aircraft of No. 10 OTU. Based at Abingdon in 1942. Recast using FSDS3 and textures remapped. Ver. 2.0, By Edward Cook. 5MB
CFS2/FS2002/FS2004 Martin Mariner X PBM-1 Blue Grey The XPBM-1 prototype first flew on 18 February 1939. It used three-bladed propellers and was initially unarmed, fitted only with dummy turrets. Flight tests showed that the prototype suffered from tail flutter, leading to the redesign of the tail assembly. The flat horizontal tailplane was changed to a distinctive dihedral configuration whose angle matched that of the gull wings. The tailfins remained perpendicular to the horizontal tailplane, giving them an inward cant. The prototype remained in use for armament tests during the war under the designation of "XPBM-1A". By Jim Jacobson. 4.5MB
FS2004 DH.89A Dragon Rapide BEA Keyline G-AGLP Textures only. Early days of BEA represented by this ex RAS DH.89A Dragon Rapide aircraft in the "Keyline" livery of the newly formed corporation. Requires the fs9_dh89 model by Dave Garwood (here) : Repaint Garry Russell. 2.2MB
FS2004 Caproni Pensuti 2. Prototype GA aircraft. Designed to do what a bicycle does for the man on the road. Emilio Caproni died attempting to save a life and did not see it fly. Circa. 1918 Rockers animated Ver. 02, By Edward Cook. 2.3MB
CFS2/FS2002/FS2004 Martin Mariner PBM-3C. The "PBM-3C", with initial rollout in late 1942 and a total of 274 built. It featured greater crew armor protection, twin gun front and dorsal turrets, an improved tail turret that retained a single gun, and the ASV radar and dome, though it appears that not all PBM-3Cs had the radar. Apparently many PBM-3Cs were fitted with an underwing searchlight in the field. By Jim Jacobson. 6.6MB
FS2004 Polikarpov Po-2 (U-2) Update. This is an update for FS 9 of the Polikarpov Po-2 (U-2) by V.Zhyhulskiy (required here). I have updated the flight dynamics. Bob Chicilo. 44K