KLM DC7C and DC7F.
KLM was an important user of the DC-7C, operating a fleet of
15 during 1957-65. The DC-7F freighter conversions served until
1969. Repaints by Jens B Kristensen of original model by Greg
Pepper and Tom Gibson, flight dynamics by FS Aviator, model,
and panel by Tom Gibson. 12.5MB
GA Curtis C-46 Commando Reworked files contain: -Original
crew restored. -Original main landing gear restored and reworked
based on many pictures. -PANEL.CFG was rewritten: New forard
view into cockpit will show runway while taxing using -ZOOM
(-50 or less). -VIRTUAL VIEWS around exterior from different
windows as passenger location, to enjoy wings, flaps, etc: apply
zoom also, if you want to have a complete view. (original file
here) Libardo Guzman. 1.8MB
Seafang FR 32:
The Seafang was the navalized version of Supermarine’s
Spiteful, the wings were hydraulically folding upwards and a
tailhook was fitted. Seafang was the end of the Spitfire/Seafire
line, it has been aptly described as, “A Spitfire too
far.”This particular aircraft, Seafang FR 32, VB895, was
flown by noted test pilot Mike Lithgow in May 1947 during deck
landing trials on HMS Illustrious. Model for 2002/2004/FSX with
new airfile, Dp, effects and textures by A.F.Scrub. 9.4MB
Beriev BE-12 Russian Navy.
BE-12P Russian NAVY. Maritime reconnaissance, electronic warfare,
anti-submarine and SAR amphibian flying boat. Adapted for FSX
from the Vlad Zhyhulskiy original. No VC. 13.5MB
Northrop XB-35 Flying Wing.
The XB-35 was the first Northrop flying wing bomber design.
And,XB-35 was produced as a candidate of 10~10 bombers
(The amount equipped with 10,000 bombs and 10,000 bomber with
the cruising range of mile) who had been planned for the European
front of World War II. However, it was not selected because
of vibration problem of Contra-Rotating Propeller and loads
of bomb that are fewer than that of expectation etc. Modified
from Kazunori Ito's FS2004 Model. 15.5MB
Horten Ho-229v3 r2.
The Horten Ho-229 was a World War II prototype flying wing fighter/bomber.
Designed by Reimar and Walter Horten and powered by two Jumo
004B turbojets it was built to carry a 1,000 kg load for 1,000
km at 1,000 km/h. This is an updated version with 6 skins and
visual model from Kazunori Ito’s FS 2004 Ho229ab version
and flight model from Jay McDaniel/Scott Gentile CFS3 ho_229v5
version. It has been adapted to FSX with a new instrument panel
and gauges based on original Ho-229 photographs (no VC). Integration
and gauges by Fred Highland. Version r2 is the compute aircraft
with impoved cockpit graphics and more realistic aero modelling.
Caproni Stipa Package.
Yes this aircraft was built back in the 1930’s and did
fly. A replica is in existence in Queensland Australia. Here
I need to thank Lynette Zuccoli from Seqair who kindly took
the trouble to send me art work for the model and whose article
first alerted my interest in the A/C. Model and Paint by Bill
Holker. Gauges and Airfile are stock FS standards. 6.5MB
This model was specialy made for FSX but it flies perfectly
in Fs8/9 too. The Seafire Mk.17 was powered by a 1850hp Rolls
Royce Griffon VI engine giving it a maximum speed of 383 mph
at 13,500 ft. It was armed with two Hispano 20mm cannons, four
0.303 in Browning MGs and up to eight rockets or 500 lb of bombs
mounted beneath the fuselage and wings. This late production
Seafire variant had a distinctive look, and impressive performance.
This model was flown on board the HMS Illustrious during September
1949. Too late for wartime service, it served till 1954 with
the Naval Reserve Units. Complete upgrade with new model,airfile,
Dp, effects and textures by A.F.Scrub. 7.4MB