12.94Mb (91 downloads)
FSX Pilotable Battleship USS South Carolina BB-26. This pre dreadnought battleship was the leader ship of the South Carolina class. She was commisioned in 1910 and patroled mostly in the caribean Atlantic and played her role in WW1 at Kuba and Panama. She was armed with 8 x 12 inch and 22 x 3 inch guns. The vessel became decomissioned in 1921 and screped in 1924. Now you can explore this World war I warship by toggling through twenty seven cameras showing hundreds of realisticly details including a virtual nav-bridge. Effects are seperatly configured for port and starboard. The Ai-vessel is converted from Sketchup to native FSX by Klaus Novak and belongs to his WWII US Navy fleet at SOH. Configurations and files for pilotable vessel by Erwin Welker
Posted Feb 24, 2021 01:24 by Erwin Welker
6.61Mb (144 downloads)
FSX/Accel//P3d Package Allen-M.-Sumner Class Destroyers USS Borie, USS Sumner and ARA Bouchard (Argentine). This class had a number of fifty eight vessels which were commisioned from 1943 until 1975. The three ai-ships showes a modernized configuration regarding the 60th and comes f.i. with heli deck, Exocet launchers or mine sweeping equipment. This pilotable versions has a 2D panel but also a simple virtual navigation bridge. The files for pilotable vessels with the camera views and 2D panel bridge is made by Erwin Welker. The original ai-Models are made by Henrik Nielsen and belongs to his classic ai-fleet traffic package "FSX/P3D Global Classic AI Ship Traffic V1".
Posted Feb 13, 2021 03:42 by Erwin Welker
19.05Mb (193 downloads)
FSX/Accel/P3d Package SS Canberra. This vessel with its ultra modern design was during her maiden voyage the most powerful passenger ship, equipped with steam turbines and electrical transmission. She served as ocean liner between Great Britain and Australia from 1961 - 72. After a modernisation she served as cruiseship from 1974-1997. During the Falkland War (1982) Canberra was used as troop vessel. The package comes with all this three different models. This pilotable versions has a 2D panel and a realisticly virtual navigation bridge. Twenty six cameras allows you to explore the huge passenger ship. The files for pilotable vessels with the camera views and the virtual navigation bridge is made by Erwin Welker. The original ai-Models are made by Henrik Nielsen and belongs to his classic ai-fleet traffic package "FSX/P3D Global Classic AI Ship Traffic V1".
Posted Feb 12, 2021 03:51 by Erwin Welker
8.83Mb (176 downloads)
FSX/Acceleration/FS2004 Porsche 911 Targa 4s, type 991 from 2014-18. This is the model with convertable rooftop which is realisticly and detailed animated. The model is easy to repaint because most of the parts are in uni color as glossy alpha channel. The gauges and effects are made by J.P. Carosine. The FSDS 3.5 model with VC is made by Erwin Welker.
Posted Feb 9, 2021 02:23 by Erwin Welker
9.37Mb (130 downloads)
FSX/Acceleration WWII battleship of the Japanes Imperial Navy as pilotable and ai-version. Mount Kongo was launched in 1912 and served as battlecruiser until 1929. She then got an recconstruction to a battleship, equipped with a catapult and carrying 3 floatplanes. In 1935 Kongo got again a modernisation to a fast battleship reaching more than 30 knots, eqipped with less casemat guns but many more AA-guns. Kongo fought in the Pacific war from 1942 until November 1944, when she was sunk by the submarine USS Sealion. The pilotable version has a very detailed virtual navigation bridge plus a 2D panel. Twenty six camera views let you explore all decks and the virtual bridge. The gauges are made by Pierre-Jean Carosin. The ai-version is proposed to be used with the great tool "ai-carriers2". FSDS 3.5 models and 2D panel by Erwin Welker
Posted Jan 18, 2021 04:54 by Erwin Welker
20.90Mb (126 downloads)
FSX/Accel Pilotable Battlecruiser HMS Hood. Laid down in 1916, commissioned in 1920, she remained the largest and most powerful warship in the world for twenty years and was the pride of the Royal Navy. Together with the modern battleship Prince of Wales she was sent in May 1941 to intercept Germany's new battleship Bismarck and the heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen. In the battle of Denmark Strait Hood got an deadly hit, exploded and sank within few minutes and lost her whole crew except three men. This addon contains two pilotable verions; one in the common Navy grey and the other in fictional camo regarding the RN camo style of 1942/43. Now you can explore this huge warship by toggling through thirty one cameras showing hundreds of realisticly details including a virtual nav-bridge. Effects are seperatly configured for port and starboard. The Ai-vessel is converted from Sketchup to native FSX by Klaus Novak and belongs to his WWII Royal Navy fleet at SOH. Repaint in camo, 2D-panel, configurations and files for pilotable vessel by Erwin Welker
Posted Jan 3, 2021 05:23 by Erwin Welker
0.18Mb (134 downloads)
This is a Scenery for Nida Airport and Nida pier. Nida Airport is a small regional airport, opened in 1967, located in Nida, in the western part of Lithuania, near the Baltic Sea and Klaipeda. Containing major buildings near pier, border to Russia, light towers etc..
Posted Dec 21, 2020 07:03 by Kalyan Mukherjee
0.27Mb (437 downloads)
This package contains modified autogen files and a modified effects.cfg file that will give you a much needed boost to your frame rate. It will also provide those of you with slower machines the ability to display volumetric effects that would normally slow down or even crash your game. It has almost no noticeable visual impact on your sim other than improved performance. It really works! Please read the included readme for installation instructions, and remember to make a backup of the original files! Please visit my Facebook Page @TruNorthSim to comment or request support. This package replaces my original JackRiordan's FPS Fix and updates the README file.
Posted Dec 13, 2020 12:30 by TruNorthSim
18.04Mb (365 downloads)
FSX/Acceleration Pilotable ocean liner RMS Queen Mary plus ai-model. This vessel was definitly the queen of the Atlantic. She sailed from 1936 until 1967 between Southampton, Cherbourg and New York, won the Blue Riband (for record crossings) in 1936 and kept it until 1952 (except 1937 were won the Normandie). During WWII she served as troopship. She has a length of 311 m/1019 feet, a beam of 36 m/118 feet Since 1967 and reached with her four eingines of 200.000 Shp/150.000 Kw up to 33 knots. With a crew of 1100 men she carried up to 2,139 passengers. Since 1967 the Queen Mary is mored at Long Beach/California and serves as museum, restaurant and hotel ship. The pilotable version has a extremly detailed virtual historical navigation bridge plus a photoreal 2D panel. Thirty camera views let you explore all decks and the virtual bridge. The gauges are made by Pierre-Jean Carosin. The ai-model is proposed for the great tool Ai-carriers2. FSDS 3.5 models and 2D panel by Erwin Welker
Posted Nov 17, 2020 01:10 by Erwin Welker
47.40Mb (320 downloads)
FSX/Accel WWII Aircraft Carrier USS Hornet. The vessel was one of the Yorktown-class and went in service October 1942. With a length of 252 m and a with of 33 m, a speed of 32.5 knots and 2900 men crew it was a quite big and modern aircraft carrier at the Pacific war. Very famous became the Hornet due to the Doolittle Raid in April 1942 against Japan. Sixteen B-25 Mitchell bombers were carried on the decks and all made successfully take offs from the deck without any catapult. In June 1942 Hornet fought in the Battle of Midway. In October 1942 the huge ship went lost in a battle against the japanese Navy. After attacked by bombs and a big fire, Kami Kaze attacks and finally torpedo shots the Hornet sank. Now you can explore this warship in camo textures by toggling through thirty one cameras showing hundreds of realisticly details. A 2D panel, ship effects and the original grey textures from the ai-version are included. The Ai-vessel is converted from Sketchup to native FSX by Klaus Novak and belongs to his WWII US Navy fleet at SOH. Repaint in camo, 2D-panel, configurations and files for pilotable vessel by Erwin Welker
Posted Oct 29, 2020 04:45 by Erwin Welker