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CFS1 Junkers Ju-R-42
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CFS1 Junkers Ju-R-42 Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile The Chilean Army Air Corps, (later Chilean Air force) operated six Junkers R-42 between the years 1926 to 1938, mainly in bomber duties, transport, training, reconnaissance and liaison. On january 1930, the Junkers R-42 registration # J-6, equipped with floats and leaded by Air-commodore Arturo Merino Benitez with Cap. Alfredo Fuentes as co-pilot, reached the city of Punta Arenas (Magallanes Straits), in the first flight from the heartland until the Chilean most southern city, opening the route Santiago-Punta Arenas. The last Junkers R-42 was scrapped in 1938, being replaced in bomber duties by the new german Junkers Ju-86k. Note: The Chilean Air Force was created in 1930. Before, the military planes are operated by Chilean Army Air Corps, with different badges to the current. This virtual model have the old markings with colored roundels instead of national coat. Original model creators: Ernst Zindel & Alexander Belov. Damage profile for CFS1 and repaint with chilean markings: Edmundo Abad.
Posted Jan 10, 2010 20:08 by Edmundo Abad
 
CFS1 Junkers Ju-F13
0.65Mb (237 downloads)
CFS1 Junkers Ju-F13 Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile The Chilean Army Air Corps, (later Chilean Air force) operated one F-13 and one A-20, single engined, Junkers planes, between the years 1924 to 1926, mainly in bomber duties, transport, training, reconnaissance and liaison. The Junkers F-13, was a first passenger plane in crossing the Andes mountain chain in 1925 (with four passenger), but few months after crashed in Antofagasta region, during a training raid to the desert north region, resulting destroyed but without casualties. Note: The Chilean Air Force was created in 1930. Before, the military planes are operated by Chilean Army Air Corps, with different badges to the current. This virtual model have the old markings with colored roundels instead of national coat. Original model creators: Wolfram Beckert (flight model) & Jalmari Pipo (panel). Damage profile for CFS1 and repaint with chilean markings: Edmundo Abad.
Posted Jan 10, 2010 20:07 by Edmundo Abad
 
CFS1 Junkers Ju-86k FACH
1.05Mb (169 downloads)
CFS1 Junkers Ju-86k Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile The Chilean Air force operated the Junkers Ju-86k between the years 1938 to 1943, mainly in bomber duties, transport, reconnaissance and liaison. This plane replaced to the old and obsolete Junkers R-42 bomber, in service since 1926. The beginning of the World War II in Europe, renders difficult the arrival of spare parts from Germany, and due to the refuse of USA to providing american engines for "german planes", the Ju-86k was scrapped in 1943, being replaced in bomber duties by the AT-6 Texan and B-25 Mitchell. Original model creators: Bertil Nilsson & Mike Colclough. Damage profile for CFS1, new panel and repaint with chilean markings: Edmundo Abad.
Posted Jan 10, 2010 20:05 by Edmundo Abad
 
Bristol M.1-c "Dagoberto Godoy"
Bristol M.1-c "Dagoberto Godoy"
0.24Mb (196 downloads)
CFS1 Bristol M.1-c The Chilean Army Air Corps, (later Chilean Air force) operated six Bristol M.1-c since 1917, mainly in fighter duties, fighter training, reconnaissance and liaison. This planes was sent to Chile in part of payment by two battleships that were being built for Chile in Great Britain, and confiscated in 1914 for the Royal Navy before be ended, due to the beginning of the hostilities against Germany. On December 12, 1918, one of these planes, piloted by the lieutenant Dagoberto Godoy, made the route from Santiago to Mendoza, Argentina, on the first flight through the Andes Chain on his highest section (Aconcagua region). A replica of the Bristol M.1-c # C4987 similar to that lieutenant Godoy's plane, is preserved in the aeronautical museum at Cerrillos, on flight conditions.. Flight model creator: Steven Grant. Repaint with chilean markings: Edmundo Abad.
Posted Jan 7, 2010 19:20 by Edmundo Abad
 
Royal Aircraft Factory Se5A "Scout" FACH
Royal Aircraft Factory Se5A "Scout" FACH
0.28Mb (211 downloads)
CFS1 Royal Aircraft Factory Se5A "Scout" Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile The Chilean Army Air Corps, (later Chilean Air Force) operated the R.A.F. Se5A between the years 1919 to 1926, mainly in ighter duties, fighter training, reconnaissance and liaison. In Chile, this plane was known as "Scout". A replica of the SE5A #66 own named "Maule", is yet preserved in the aeronautical museum at Cerrillos. Flight model creators: Andrew W. Hall & Stephan Scholz. 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 Jan 5, 2010 19:17 by Edmundo Abad
 
CFS1 De Havilland D.H.9 FACH
0.23Mb (174 downloads)
CFS1 De Havilland D.H.9 Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile The Chilean Army Air Corps, (later Chilean Air force) operated the D.H.9 between the years 1919 to 1926, mainly in bomber duties, bomber training, reconnaissance and liaison. On september 1922, two D.H.9 own named "Talca" and "Ferroviario", participated in the first south-american long range cruise, Santiago-Rio de Janeiro, leaded by Cap. Diego Aracena Aguilar. Flight model creators: Andrew W. Hall (original) & Sergio Kaiser (peruvian version). Panel by: Michel Polski. 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 Jan 5, 2010 19:14 by Edmundo Abad
 
CFS/FS98 Chilean Air Force Vultee BT-13 Valiant
CFS/FS98 Chilean Air Force Vultee BT-13 Valiant
0.45Mb (190 downloads)
CFS/FS98 Chilean Air Force Vultee BT-13 Valiant. The Chilean Air force operated the Vultee BT-13 Valiant between the years 40s-50s, mainly in basic training and liaison. Homebased at Escuela de Aviación Capitán Avalos, El Bosque airbase, Santiago. 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 Jan 5, 2010 19:09 by Edmundo Abad
 
Ford 5-AT Trimotor LAN CHILE
0.87Mb (301 downloads)
FS98/CFS Ford 5-AT Trimotor LAN-CHILE Air Lines. The Chilean National Air Lines LAN operated the Ford TriMotor between 1930 to 1939. This three-engined an all-metal construction liner with capacity for 12 passengers, was destined to flight the routes Santiago-Arica and Santiago-Puerto Montt. Original by: Roger von Ahrens, Jr., Steve Small and Sergio Kaiser (peruvian version). Panel by: Jorge Alsina Sounds By: Trev Morson Chilean textures and DP: Edmundo Abad Dec. 2009 Also special thanks to Juan Concha & Roberto Ibarra, former FACH officers, by the great provided information for the development of this virtual model.
Posted Jan 4, 2010 19:57 by Edmundo Abad
 
FS98/CFS1 Curtiss Condor LAN CHILE
2.10Mb (153 downloads)
FS98/CFS Curtiss T-32 Condor II LAN-CHILE Air Lines. The Chilean National Air Lines LAN operated the Curtiss T-32 Condor II between 1935 to 1940. This twin-engined biplane with capacity for 15 passengers, was destined to flight the north routes Santiago-Vallenar and Santiago-Arica-Tacna (with connection until Lima by Peruvian line Faucett). Aircraft model have animated landing gears and propellers. Aircraft Designers: Matt Standish (original) & Sergio Kaiser (peruvian version). Panel Designer: J.L.Stubbs. Chilean textures, sound and DP: Edmundo Abad Dec. 2009 Also special thanks to Juan Concha & Roberto Ibarra, former FACH officers, by the great provided information for the development of this virtual model.
Posted Jan 4, 2010 19:52 by Edmundo Abad
 
Cant Z-1007 Alcione
1.75Mb (320 downloads)
The Cant Z.1007 was developed from the Cant Z.506 seaplane, an aircraft that had stablished many world records in the late 1930s. It was a land-based version and incorporated many improvements, especially on the powerplant. Filippo Zapatta, an italian engineer specialized in naval construction, designed the Z.506 and Z.1007 in a totally wooden structure. The Z.1007 saw action during the later stages of the Battle of Britain, Italian invasion of Greece, bombing campaign over Malta and in the campaigns in North Africa and on the Eastern Front. Created by: Bertil Nilsson, August 2001. Adapted to CFS1 with damage profile and repainted in two textures of Regia Aeronautica as: -Cant Z.1007 bis Alcione, #230-4, Corpo Aereo Italiano in Belgio, 1940. -Cant Z.1007 bis Alcione, #240-5, 16º Stormo Bombardamento Terrestre, Rodi-Egeo 1941. This virtual model is up-scaled to obtain a better view in Combat Flight Simulator.
Posted Dec 24, 2009 13:30 by Edmundo Abad