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FS98/2000
                  DLT BAe 748 Series 2B
0.09Mb (183 downloads)
FS98/2000 DLT BAe 748 Series 2B D-AHSF (1987) DLT (now known as Lufthansa Cityline) had a fleet of 6 BAe 748 from 1981 until they were replaced by new Fokker 50s in 1989. The FS98-version features moving parts, updated FDE and a documentation file. original afx by Harry Follas, painted, animated and modified by Thomas Klein. 98K
Posted Aug 24, 2009 06:42 by archive
 
FS98/FS2000
                  Douglas R5D-2 , US Navy
0.21Mb (307 downloads)
FS98/FS2000 Douglas R5D-2 , US Navy Moving Parts Version Douglas R5D-2 of VXE-6, Operation Deep Freeze. Aircraft based in Christchurch, New Zealand during the Antarctic summer. Flew supply missions to McMurdo Station during the late 1950s-60s. All-new plane by Harry Follas. Flight Model by Brian Horsey. 220K
Posted Aug 24, 2009 06:42 by archive
 
FS98/FS2000
                  - Beechcraft King Air 200 V.2(Finnish Registered)
(147 downloads)
FS98/FS2000 - Beechcraft King Air 200 V.2(Finnish Registered)The Beechcraft King Air200 (BE20) is known for its comfort, speed, reliability and safety. Includes animated landing gear, propellers and side door. Original by Chris Lampard, Animations by Lee Hall, flight dynamics by Steve Small and repaint by Kevin Michael.130K
Posted Aug 24, 2009 06:42 by archive
 
FS98/FS2000
                  - Beechcraft King Air 200 V.2 (US Registered)
(131 downloads)
FS98/FS2000 - Beechcraft King Air 200 V.2 (US Registered)The Beechcraft King Air200 (BE20) is known for its comfort, speed, reliability and safety. Includes animated landing gear, propellers and side door. Original by Chris Lampard, Animations by Lee Hall, flight dynamics by Steve Small and repaint by Kevin Michael.130K
Posted Aug 24, 2009 06:42 by archive
 
FS98/FS2000
                    Douglas DC-4 of SAS, circa 1946
0.24Mb (259 downloads)
FS98/FS2000 Douglas DC-4 of SAS, circa 1946 Moving Parts Version Scandanavian Airlines System DC-4. These aircraft were used twice weekly on a service between Stockholm and New York. All-new plane by Harry Follas. Flight Model by Brian Horsey. 242K
Posted Aug 24, 2009 06:42 by archive
 
FS98/FS2000
                  Douglas DC-4 of North American
0.28Mb (289 downloads)
FS98/FS2000 Douglas DC-4 of North American AL Moving Parts Version North American started in 1949. The company offered the first low-fare domestic service in the US, competing directly with the large carriers. Their routes ran from Oakland-Burbank (Calif) to Chicago-New York and down to Miami. All-new plane by Harry Follas. Flight Model by Brian Horsey. 288K
Posted Aug 24, 2009 06:42 by archive
 
FS98/
                  2000 Martin 202 Northwest Airlines
0.18Mb (152 downloads)
FS98/ 2000 Martin 202 Northwest Airlines Built by Tom Gibson, and Dave McQueen, Most bare metal surfaces were painted by Dave McQueen. Remainder of plane painted by Joe McNulty. Modified from the Tom Gibson/Dave McQueen Convair 340. Flight dynamics by Mike Vidal. 190K
Posted Aug 24, 2009 06:42 by archive
 
FS98/
                  2000 DOUGLAS DC-6B Cloudmaster
0.29Mb (278 downloads)
FS98/ 2000 DOUGLAS DC-6B Cloudmaster Moving Parts This plane is complete with moving landing gear, flaps, ailerons, elevators, and rudder. It also features landing lights, realistic engine start, and FS98 checklists. All-new plane by Harry Follas and Tom Gibson Metal textures and titles by Harry Follas Flight Model by Brian Horsey. 293K
Posted Aug 24, 2009 06:42 by archive
 
FS98
                  ATL Carvair. Aer Lingus A DC4
0.11Mb (362 downloads)
FS98 ATL Carvair. Aer Lingus A DC4 conversion by Aviation Traders Ltd. with rotating props, animated gear, flaps etc. Painted in Aer Lingus full colours as worn between 1964 and 1968 By David Henderson. Repainted by Gerry McLaughlin. 112K
Posted Aug 24, 2009 06:42 by archive
 
Patrick
                  Paris' Cap-232
0.13Mb (250 downloads)
Patrick Paris' Cap-232 This is the aircraft of 1998 World Aerobatic Champion Patrick Paris, who represented France in the WAC'98 where he placed first overall. He is also the official pilot of Breitling who specializes in the manufacture of scientific and industrial timing instruments, as well as wristwatches. Original AFX by Remi Moreau. Flight dynamics, Afx rework, moving parts, and paint by Jason L. Terry. 134K
Posted Aug 24, 2009 06:42 by archive