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This folder contains a repaint for the A2A (Shockwave) P-40 Tomahawk, representing one of the earliest production models of the P-40, that was used as a test aircraft by the USAAF Materiel Division on Wright Field, Ohio. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the repaint kit by Martin Catney.
Posted Jul 26, 2009 02:38 by Jan Kees Blom
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This folder contains a repaint for the A2A (Shockwave) P-40 Tomahawk, representing P-40C 41-13442, one of the very few unpainted early P-40's. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the repaint kit by Martin Catney.
Posted Jul 26, 2009 02:25 by Jan Kees Blom
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This folder contains a repaint for the A2A (Shockwave) P-40 Tomahawk, representing P-40-CU 39-184, one of the first batch of P-40's built, which served with an advanced training unit at Luke Field, Arizona. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the repaint kit by Martin Catney.
Posted Jul 26, 2009 02:15 by Jan Kees Blom
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This folder contains a repaint for the A2A (Shockwave) P-40 Tomahawk, representing 39-160, one of the earliest production models of the P-40, and one of the very few that were delivered unpainted. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the repaint kit by Martin Catney.
Posted Jul 26, 2009 02:03 by Jan Kees Blom
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Demo : The Airbus A380 is a doubledecker, four-engined airliner manufactured by Airbus S.A.S. It first flew on April 27, 2005 from Toulouse, France. Commercial flights should begin in 2006 after 15 months of testing. During much of ist development, the aircraft was known as the Airbus A3XX. The A380 is now the largest passenger airliner, topping the Boeing 747, which was the largest for 35 years. However, the Antonov An-225 retains the record of being the world's largest commercial aircraft. The media has termed the A380 a "superjumbo", with some comparing it to Howard Hughes's Spruce Goose. The first A380 prototype was unveiled during a ceremony in Toulouse, France, on January 18, 2005. Its manufacturer's serial number is 001, and is registered as F-WWOW. The new Airbus will initially be sold in two versions: the A380-800, carrying 555 passengers in a three-class configuration or up to 800 passengers in a single-class economy configuration. Expected range for the -800 model is 8,000 nautical miles (14,800 km). The second model, the A380-800F dedicated freighter, will carry 150 tons of cargo 5,600 miles (10,400 km). Airbus made the cockpit layout, procedures and handling characteristics similar to those of other Airbus aircraft to reduce crew training costs. Likewise, the A380 features a glass cockpit and side-stick flight controller. Panel, GAUGES, model, sound and textures by www.afs-design.de - Author: A.Meyer. Demo version with banners on model and vc.
Posted Jul 23, 2009 17:26 by Andreas Meyer
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This upgrade to the Alphasim F-111 adds a Weapons System Operator Panel with default and old avionics packages, Working TERRAIN FOLLOWING RADAR scope shows accurate ground mapping ahead of aircraft in 5, 10 or 15 mile ranges, THREAT WARNING DISPLAY shows airborne AI aircraft in 20 or 40 mile ranges, Ground Attack RADAR displays airports and AI aircraft on default panel and airports as ground targets in ranges of 5,10,30,80 and 200 miles on old avionics panel, Shockwave Lights ready, Updated afterburner effects, INS (old avionics panel) displays working digital readout of latitude, longitude, and altitude, TFR and TWR gauges automatically change brightness between day and night to match lighting conditions.New Autopilot and Lighting control panels. Features custom gauges created by Dietmar Loleit for this project. You must have the Alphasim F-111 aircraft package. Panel by Steve Hess
Posted Jul 19, 2009 08:33 by Steve Hess
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This folder contains a repaint for the Aerosoft PBY Catalina for FSX, representing Y-45 of the Royal Dutch Naval Air Force (MLD). On 21 february 1942, Y-45 rescued 27 people from a life boat of the SS "Sloet van Beele". The rescued sailors told that was another life boat containing 80 people, so after dropping off its first load, the Y-45, flown by Mans Dorre, took off again. After searching for hours, the life boat was found, containing 79 sailors. All were stowed on board the PBY, and returned to safety, although some of them later died of exhaustion. In all, 230 people were saved that day, from the "Sloet van Beele" and the destryer "van Nes". The Y-45 later escaped to Australia, where it served for most of the war, after which it was scrapped. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the repaint kit by Aerosoft.
Posted Jul 7, 2009 04:22 by Jan Kees Blom