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Originally intended as a competitor to the highly successful Douglas DC-3, which was the pre-eminent airliner of the time, the Curtiss CW20 was designed to operate on routes of up to 1000km (540nm), which at the time accounted for 90% of the US domestic airline system. This is a Curtiss C-46 in TransAir colours in an early painting. TransAir was one of the early charter airlines in Sweden. Mike Stone made this aircraft , repainted by Ronny Olofsson. Thank you Garry J Smith for your lovely metal texture
Posted Sep 10, 2018 09:48 by Ronald Falzon
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The Curtiss C-46 Commando is a transport aircraft derived from the Curtiss CW-20 pressurised high-altitude airliner design. It was used as a military transport during World War II by the U.S.Army Air Forces and also the U.S.Navy/Marine Corps, which used the designation R5C. This aircraft continued in U.S.A.F. service in a secondary role until 1968. The C-46 continues in operation as a rugged cargo transport for Arctic and remote locations with its service life extended into the 21st century. If you search using "c46", you will find additional models and textures, including a special set created by Garry J. Smith.
Posted Sep 7, 2018 02:15 by Ronald Falzon
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Gran Colombia de Aviacion textures for the Dreamwings Fokker 50
Posted Sep 6, 2018 16:32 by Sebas
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Here is Mike Stone's FS2004 Catalina PBY-5A. The Consolidated PBY Catalina, also known as the "Canso" in Canadian service, is an American flying boat, and later an amphibious aircraft of the 1930s and 1940s produced by Consolidated Aircraft. It was one of the most widely used seaplanes of World War II. Catalinas served with every branch of the United States Armed Forces and in the air forces and navies of many other nations. In 2014, nearly 80 years after its first flight, the aircraft continues to fly as a waterbomber (or airtanker) in aerial firefighting operations all over the world. If you do a search at Simviation, using "catalina", you will discover several new textures for this aircraft.
Posted Sep 5, 2018 06:11 by Ronald Falzon
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Here is Mike Stone's Canadair CL-44. The default airline livery of the model here, depicts "Tradewinds". The first modern aircraft designed specifically for the commercial freightmarket, the CL-44 was an adaption of the Bristol Britannia. If you do a search at Simviation, using "CL-44", you will discover two new textures for this aircraft. Mike Stone created a CL-44 model for FS2002 and another for FS2004. The model you are about to download is the FS2004 Canadair CL-44 by Mike Stone.
Posted Aug 29, 2018 15:01 by Ronald Falzon
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Garry Smith Archive Files: Fairchild SA-227AT Merlin3 Originally developed by Swearingen as a fast, twin turbo-prop executive transport, the Merlin was later acquired by Fairchild. Self installing executable file. Developed by Mike Stone and painted by Garry Smith.
Posted Jul 31, 2018 22:40 by Ronald Falzon
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This is a repaint of the F-27 in Sudflug colors. This was the only F-27 that Sudflug operated. It was with them from 1966 to 1967. The freeware CalClassic F-27 by Tom Gibson and Bernward Bockheim is needed for this repaint. The textures are 32bit BMP. It was tested on FSX-SE, but should work on FSX/FS2004/P3Dv1-3.
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Posted Jul 25, 2018 21:17 by Ted Giana
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Sudflug International operated 3 DH 114 Heron Srs 2s from 1955 to 1963. This is a repaint of the DH 114 Heron Srs 2 in their colors. The freeware DH 114 Heron Srs 2 by the Classic British Flight Sim group - CBFS is needed for this repaint. The textures are 32bit BMP. It was tested on FSX-SE, but should work on FSX/FS2004/P3Dv1-3.
Posted Jul 25, 2018 21:14 by Ted Giana
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Textures for the Calclassic Douglas DC-6B in Sudwestflug colors. The freeware Cal Classic DC-6B by Greg Pepper and Tom Gibson is needed for this repaint. The German charter operator Südwestflug was founded in 1964 as a sort of feeder company for the company Contracta GmbH & Co KG. This company was active in the holiday home industry which built and sold their houses in Spain. To promote the homes to potential clients, they purchased the first of ultimately three DC-6B airliners in September 1965. Deficiencies found in the maintenance of the machines led to the start of a ban, and a negative image of the airline. The German newspapers wrote at that time of the "Wild Westflug", which was quite damaging. In order to avert an impending bankruptcy, they decided to make a far-reaching change in their image and changed their name to Germanair on 28 October 1968. They operated 3 DC-6Bs under their tenure. Th
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Posted Jul 20, 2018 01:09 by Ted Giana