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CFS Aircraft Nakajima J1N1 GEKKO 2nd Upgrade. for Combat Flight Simulator 1. New version with accurate colors, moving propellers, flaps and landing gear. Original J1N1 / FS98 aircraft, converted to CFS1 with new panel, damage profile and repainted textures. Nakajima J1N1 GEKKO series was code-named "Irving" by the Allies. The first prototype of this Night Fighter flew in May 1941. On wartime, 479 J1N1 GEKKO were produced. Original design: 'flyman' Yusaku Honma. Panel: I used the panel of BF110 made by Jody 'Psiico' O'Brien/1999(included). Repainted textures, moving parts, damage profile and air file: Edmundo Abad. © Edmundo Abad, March 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted Mar 16, 2010 18:05 by Edmundo Abad
0.28Mb (265 downloads)
FS98/CFS DH60G Gipsy Moth - Lan Chile This tandem seat biplane was the first plane of Lan Chile, with capacity for one passenger and one post bag. FS5 designed by Stefan Doebereiner, Joe Ng, Mike Vidal. Converted to FS98/CFS with chilean markings: Edmundo Abad, 2010.
Posted Mar 5, 2010 06:00 by Edmundo Abad
1.24Mb (415 downloads)
FS98/CFS Sikorsky S-43. Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile. The Sikorsky S-43 was a twin engine amphibious aircraft manufactured in United States during the 1930s by the American firm Sikorsky Aircraft, used by Chilean Air Force since 1936 to 1938. The landing gear is operated by the spoiler key ("ç" key on latin keyboard). FS98 Aircraft Designers: : Wilbur & PEGASUS AVIATION DESIGN. Chilean textures and DP for CFS: Edmundo Abad Feb. 2010.
Posted Mar 1, 2010 06:31 by Edmundo Abad
3.39Mb (365 downloads)
FS98/CFS Dornier Wal. Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile. The Dornier Do J (later designated Do 16 by the Reich Air Ministry) was a twin-engine German flying boat of the 1920s designed by Dornier Flugzeugwerke, was better known as Wal ("whale"). In July of 1925, a flock of chilean Dornier Wal, leaded by captain Herbert Youlton, performed the first air expedition between Puerto Montt and Puerto Eden, in order to continue the studies to establish an air route to the Magallanes Straits. Original FS5 Aircraft Designer: Mauricio Rozo. CFS chilean version with moving propellers, damage profile and accurate colors on non textured parts: Edmundo Abad Feb. 2010.
Posted Mar 1, 2010 06:19 by Edmundo Abad
1.14Mb (192 downloads)
CFS1 Junkers Ju-R-42 Upgrade. Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile Now with animated propellers and accurate colors on non textured parts. Original model creators: Ernst Zindel & Alexander Belov. Damage profile for CFS1 and repaint with chilean markings: Edmundo Abad.
Posted Feb 26, 2010 06:07 by Edmundo Abad
1.08Mb (247 downloads)
CFS1 Junkers Ju-86k Upgrade. Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile Now with accurate colors on non textured parts. Original model creators: Bertil Nilsson & Mike Colclough. Damage profile for CFS1, new panel and repaint with chilean markings: Edmundo Abad.
Posted Feb 26, 2010 05:58 by Edmundo Abad
0.16Mb (149 downloads)
FS98/CFS Focke Wulf Fw 44C Stieglitz Upgrade. Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile. Now with accurate colors on non textured parts. The Focke Wulf Fw 44C was a a 1930s two-seat basic trainer, known as the Stieglitz ("Goldfinch"), used by German Luftwaffe and Chilean Air Force in chilean service from 1938 to 1941. Kurt Tank, Focke-Wulf´s designer, developed it to an excellent aerobatic plane. FS98 Aircraft Designers: : H G Schnell & Norman Turner. Chilean textures and DP for CFS: Edmundo Abad Jan. 2010.
Posted Feb 26, 2010 05:54 by Edmundo Abad
2.10Mb (201 downloads)
FS98/CFS Curtiss T-32 Condor II Upgrade LAN-CHILE Air Lines. Now with accurate colors on non textured parts. Aircraft Designers: Matt Standish (original) & Sergio Kaiser (peruvian version). Panel Designer: J.L.Stubbs. Chilean textures, sound and DP: Edmundo Abad Dec. 2009
Posted Feb 26, 2010 05:49 by Edmundo Abad
0.48Mb (203 downloads)
CFS/FS98 Chilean Air Force Vultee BT-13 Valiant Upgrade. Now with accurate colors on non textured parts. Original model by: Captain Slug. Fairchild PT-26 Cornell panel by: Keith Clifford Damage profile for CFS1 and repaint with chilean markings: Edmundo Abad. Also special thanks to Juan Concha & Roberto Ibarra, former FACH officers, by the great provided information for the development of this virtual model.
Posted Feb 26, 2010 05:47 by Edmundo Abad