Hawker Sea Fury RN VR903 textures only.
This file includes the textures for the Sea Fury in the colours
of VR903, which is currently preserved at the Royal Navy Historic
Flight, in 802 NAS colours. Requires the Sea Fury by David Hanvey
and Paul Barry (here).
By UKlim. 1.4MB
Hawker Hurricane Package.
This is without doubt, the largest and most comprehensive freeware
Hawker Hurricane pack available for FS2004, a Century of Flight.
No less than 12 separate models record this fighter's illustrious
history from the Prototype through to the Tank-busting "Hurri-Bombers"
of the later war years. There are Douglas Bader's and Pete Brother's
Mk1 Hurricanes from the Battle of Britain. Examples of the Sea-Hurricane
in Mk1 and MkII form. The last Hurricane ever made and a very
rare hybrid produced by the Yugoslavian Air Force, to trial
a German Daimler-Benz D601A motor in comparison tests with the
Messerschmitt Me109. Canadian versions are represented, including
a one-off, ski-equipped example. Also included in this pack
is a complete scenery of RAF Hawkinge airfield as it was in
the 1940s. Produced by Gary Burns, this evocative package contains
Spitfires and Hurricanes which perform taxying and takeoff routines.
It's a great place to base your Hurricanes and they certainly
look at home. Each model comes with a basic virtual cockpit
which is functional in all the major controls.There's also a
2D panel included. The texture art comes from John Terrel, one
of the best in the business and a special paint-kit is provided
for those who'd like to try their hand at some alternative texture
schemes. By AeroplaneHeaven.com.
Messershmitt Bf109E Package.
Joining the Hurricane as an “adversary” partner
is the Messershmitt Bf109E. Taken from our old Battle of Britain
Tribute pack, the “Emil” is a delight to fly, once
mastered and is a nimble, exciting performer. The model is an
early generation and therefore does not have a functional VC
but enough detail is there to give you a good ‘feel’
for the little fighter. We have modeled in correct leading edge
flaps, full exterior animations and even a representation of
Adolf Galland the Luftwaffe ace can be found in the cockpit.
2004 Republic P-47D FAD (Fuerza Aerea Dominicana)
. Began operations into the F.A.D in 1942. Original by Denis
& Daniel Da Silva. . Texture by Robert Serrata. 10.1MB
Textures cradle in the logo of escudadron of hunting of F.A.D
Fuerza Aerea Dominicana, Air force Dominican Republic 1940.
/ FSX de Havilland D.H.9.
Designed to be the successor to the DH-4, with higher speed
and greater load-carrying capability. Although it was structurally
only a modest revision of the earlier model, higher performance
was anticipated from use of the 300HP Siddeley-Puma engine.
Development troubles with the Puma engine produced performance
that was inferior to the earlier DH-4. Yet the DH-9 was constructed
in large numbers (over 3,000 airframes) with the intent that
it form the backbone of the Independent Force, the RAF strategic
bombing group. Model, Panel & Texters By Chris Herring.
Blohm & Voss BV-138 flying boats.
The unusual configuration of the three engined flying boat BV
138 showed a short hull, high mounted wings and two tail unit
beams (giving the plane the nick-name "Flying clog").
Some BV 138 A's were used as transporters for the norwegian
campaign in 1940, but late in June 1941 the BV 138 B's saw their
service in the role they were constructed for, as sea-reconnaissance
planes. From then on they patroled the North-sea and the Arctic-sea
and shadowed the well known North-Cape convoys. The version
BV 138 MS was equipped with a mine-sweeping gear and the BV
138 C-1 which was equipped with Radar saw service in anti U-boat
attacks. Two kind of models (Type A and Type C with Radar) are
included. by Kazunori Ito. 4.5MB
RE 2005 Sagittario.
The keen bombing of the 'Officine Reggiane' by the allied superior
forces, suddenly stopped the production of this fascinating
plane. Only 38 were built (eight for Luftwaffe...the German
pilots loved it). This model features highly reflective metallic
skin and full animations. The panel background has been created
entirely from scratch, based on photographic material found
on the net and some photos shot by the authors. Most of the
gauges have been created by the authors; some are default gauges.
Included in this model is a very simple virtual cockpit, with
working essential flight instruments and animated flight controls.
By Giovanni Quai and Italo D'Attomo. 1.5MB
Curtiss S2C-5 'Helldiver' Italian Air Force Textures only.
The Curtiss SB2C replaced the Douglas SBD in Nov of 1943, not
well received by most Naval Dive Bomber pilots who didn't think
it was a fitting replacement for the sturdy reliable and well-liked
SBD. It was called the "Son of a Bitch 2nd Class ",
"The Beast" and the "Big Assed Bird". All
the Italian 'Helldivers' (C-5) were renamed S2 instead SB2 due
to the armistice conditions that forbidden Italy to have bombers,
for this reason all their bomb-bay were sealed before the delivery.
Textures only for two S2C-5 'Helldivers' of the 86th Gruppo
Antisom (Antisubmarine Warfare) of the Aeronautica Militare
Italiana (Italian Air Force), Grottaglie Airport (TA), Italy,
1954/55 and one of the Italian Navy (M.M.I. Marina Militare
Italiana) during the crews initial training at NAAS Cabaniss
Field, Corpus Christi TX, 1951. These textures require the new
and beautiful FREEWARE FS9 Curtiss SB2C-4 HELLDIVER by Wolfang
'Wolfi' Faber downloadable at http://www.sim-outhouse.com.
Repaint by Manuele Villa. 8MB
Messerschmitt Me410 Hornisse.This
was a Luftwaffe heavy fighter and Schnellbomber of World War
II developed from the badly flawed Me 210.Essentially a straightforward
development of that type, the 210 had garnered such a bad reputation-after
many minor changes, including a subtle but important change
to the wing's planform-that it was renamed the Me 410 to avoid
disdain.By Kazunori Ito. 2.9MB