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FS98 Bristol Buckmaster T1 with moving parts PEGASUS AVIATION DESIGN Design: Moriarty Panel: Dave Haskell Sounds: Mike Hambly/Blue Arrow. 3.4MB
FS98 BRISTOL BRABAZON I TYPE 167 (Mixture/Pitch) This FS98 plane, brabprop.zip, has full-AA props, gear, flaps, control surfaces, landing lights AND MIXTURE/PITCH CONTROL OF PROPS (alas, it has no reverse thrust; for the latter, brabrev.zip has identical graphics but no prop controls). Sounds courtesy of Mike Hambly. 1.2MB

 

FS98 Panel Bristol Brabazon Version1 This single example is said to be the largest landplane ever constructed in the United Kingdom.First flown Sept.1949.It was grounded by propeller mounting fatigue after only 400 hrs. Construction of a second aircraft was well under way,but never finished.They were both scrapped in Oct.1953.This panel is equipped with operational prop pitch and mixture controls. Recommended aircraft (brabprop.zip) by Dennis Simanaitis.Drawn in 800x600 resolution and 3-D tested.By J.L.Stubbs. 1.2MB

FS98 Finnish Air Force Bristol Blenheim MK.1 MK.1 was operated by Finnish Air Force during The 1940 Winter War and the 1941-44 Continuation War. The type was nicknamed 'Pelti Heikki' (Tin Henry) and the later version remained in service until 1957. Original by Herve Devred. Moving parts by Marcelo Cánovas. Repaint by Ville Tuomi. 138K

FS98 Avro Lancaster GR 3 203 Sqn RAF An aircraft for FS98 by Keith Clifford/Pegasus Aviation Design This aircraft, RE312, flew postwar with 203 Sqn, RAF Coastal Command from RAF St Eval, England. Lancasters served with Coastal Command until replaced by the Avro Shackleton. Features include animated propellers, flaps and landing gear. A checklist is also provided. 72K

 

 

FS98 Avro Lancaster 10 SR 107 RU RCAF An aircraft for FS98 by Keith Clifford/Pegasus Aviation Design This aircraft, FM213, was produced in 1945 and later served in the postwar RCAF. It flew with 405 Sqn on MR duties before being assigned to 107 Rescue Unit. This aircraft still flies (as KB726) with the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum. It is one of two Lancasters still flying today. Features include animated propellers, flaps and landing gear. A checklist is also provided. 138K

FS98/FS2000/CFS Messerschmitt Me 262 A-1a for Microsoft FlightSim 98 Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator and Microsoft Flight Simulator 2000 by Bernd Drefahl Gauges by Stefan Geissler 1.4MB
FS98 Hall Springfield Bulldog air racer. The Bulldog racer was designed by John Hall after he left the Granvilles of GeeBee fame. It raced only once, in the 1932 Cleveland race and finished 6th because of engine problems. This model has prop animation and is an easy flyer but retains some of the habits of the real racer. By Paul Grubich. 82K

FS 98 DORNIER DO-X Flying Boat. The FS98 DOX 12 engine Flying Boat was built in a few versions only.This model is from 1929. The panel features 6x2 throttles levers and moving yoke. Will fly in FS 2000 also.Original aircraft by Wolfram Beckert,original sounds by Aaron R. Swindle,repainting and panel by Jorgen Unschuld. 1.9MB

FS98 Hall Springfield Bulldog air racer. The Bulldog racer was designed by John Hall after he left the Granvilles of GeeBee fame. It raced only once, in the 1932 Cleveland race and finished 6th because of engine problems. This model has prop animation and is an easy flyer but retains some of the habits of the real racer. By Paul Grubich. 80K