84.47Mb (3592 downloads)
Convair 580 of Mango Airlines. Model by Tom Gibson, sound pack by Cielo simulation, texture by Gustavo La Cruz
Note: requires a zip utility such as Izarc - default Windows will report as invalid
Posted May 10, 2010 04:40 by Gustavo La Cruz
0.66Mb (4070 downloads)
This is the single-engine Javelin by Next Generation Aircraft Design. Not to be confused with its sibling, the twin-Javelin. It can cruise at 255 knots while flying across the United States. It seats four, and plenty of baggage. It is one slick customer! It is one of several models I have built. More aircraft are coming soon!
Posted May 6, 2010 19:17 by David Sommerfeld
11.42Mb (1455 downloads)
This is the twin-engine Javelin by Next Generation Aircraft Design. It can cruise at 315 knots while flying across the United States. It seats four, and plenty of baggage. It is one slick customer! It is one of several models I have built. More aircraft are coming soon!
Posted May 5, 2010 16:47 by David Sommerfeld
13.35Mb (1319 downloads)
Like many other surplused out military aircraft, the Beech Expeditor saw service in the private sector after the war. This represents a C45F converted for use as a corporate aircraft in the days before business jets. Original aircraft model by F. Giuli, repaint and sound package by Don Brynelsen.
Posted May 3, 2010 12:14 by Don Brynelsen
14.87Mb (1079 downloads)
The Beech Expeditor presented here in two liveries: A Royal Canadian Air Force aircraft based on a single engine Beech trainer, and a privately owned aircraft based in Maine. Original FS2002 aircraft model by F. Giuli, repaints and sound by Don Brynelsen.
Posted May 3, 2010 12:07 by Don Brynelsen
4.58Mb (516 downloads)
FS2004/FSX C-54B Millardair C-54B C/N 10464/195 as C-GQIA, mid 1980's Millardair flew the venerable C-54 from 1972 until 1990. They were reliable, sturdy, and didn't complain about the cold! Original aircraft by Jens B. Kristensen. Requires JBK DC-4 V2.1 Repaint by Dan McManus
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Posted May 3, 2010 12:06 by Dan McManus
7.86Mb (3553 downloads)
FS2004 Scheibe SF 25 C - Esslinger Falke - Motorglider "D-KOII" Version 1b, May 2010 Sports a high resolution fully operable virtual cockpit, possibly the first ever choke simulation in FS as well as some seemingly familiar instruments with rather unusual modes of operation, plus audible switches, buttons - and side windows. Full checklist in English and German, almost identical to the real plane's. Flight characteristcs and aircraft operation closely tuned to the real bird. Usable as procedure simulator within the limits of Flight Simulator. By Wolfgang Piper, Mathias Elsaesser and Doug Dawson
Posted May 3, 2010 10:54 by Indigo Blue
13.67Mb (5031 downloads)
FS2004 PZL M-18A Dromader DDR-TMS Interflug Tis is a complete aircraft. This agriculture machine first flown in 1976, the M-18 series has been approved and exported to several countries. Designed by Jan Moravec. Repaint by Ingo Schwan.
Posted May 1, 2010 10:12 by Ingo Schwan
1.79Mb (3023 downloads)
FS2002/FS2004 AVTEK 400. The Avtek Type400 was a prototype turboprop-powered business aircraft developed in the United States in the early 1980s. It was of ususual and distinctive configuration - a low-wing monoplane with two pusher engines mounted above the wings, and a large canard mounted atop the forward fuselage. The aircraft's sleek, futuristic design earned it a guest appearance on the Airwolf TV series and movie "AVIATOR". The structure made extensive use of advanced composite materials throughout. by Kazunori Ito.
Posted May 1, 2010 07:44 by Kazunori Ito
13.41Mb (1616 downloads)
In the early 1950's Corsair Airways purchased 10 war surplus Beechcraft Expeditors for inter-island routes in the Carribean. Some of these planes also flew smuggling runs with cargos of Rum and other contraband and one was even captured by Castro's forces during the Cuban revolution. Proven reliable workhorses, the remaining 9 are still in service today. Original aircraft by F. Giuli, repaint and sound by Don Brynelsen.
Posted Apr 28, 2010 15:55 by Don Brynelsen