13.47Mb (395 downloads)
FSX/P3Dv3/v4/v5 Spitfire Mk VbTrop The basic Mk V was a Mk I with the Merlin 45 series engine. After take off from WASP, BR 123 had to turn back to the carrier while the rest of the Spitfires got airborne. This was the first landing of a Spitfire on a carrier deck, which was quite a feat without an arrester hook. In 2005 a flight to Malta was organised in a restored Spit BM597. Historical and restored, native FSX/P3D GMAX models by A.F.Scrub
Posted Feb 19, 2021 11:14 by A.F.Scrub
17.61Mb (1099 downloads)
Designed to Air Ministry Specification 2/44 the Brabazon was, at the time of it's construction, one of the largest aircraft ever built, being sized roughly between the much later Airbus A300 and Boeing 767 airliners. Despite its vast size, the Brabazon was designed to carry a total of only 100 passengers, each one being allocated their own spacious area about the size of the entire interior of a small car. Designed to pre-war airline standards, the 8 Centarus-powered Brabazon was probably at the practical limit for a piston prop-liner, and was deemed un-economic in the post-war climate, with no orders forthcoming. Often considered a failure, the Type 167 more than met it's design specs, was a pleasant, well mannered machine that pioneered fully powered flight controls, gust alleviation systems, electric engine controls, high-pressure hydraulics and advanced construction techniques. 60% of the program cost went into capital improvements at Filton and elsewhere that served the British industry well in the jet-age. The final verdict must be that the aircraft was a completely successful prototype showing what to do, and what not to do. FSX native update of the JBK Brabazon, which features a full interior, a very nice front office you could park a Rolls-Royce in, tight modelling, smooth flight model, a great autopilot and slippery frame rates. A few extra are skins provided. Model by Jens B. Kristensen, with a huge B-Z for allowing me to pillage his superb library.
Posted Feb 18, 2021 11:37 by Col. Hooligan Blimp
9.01Mb (681 downloads)
This is an update for the FSX/P3D native Junkers Ju 52/3M (O.Ficsher) that includes a pair of Ju-Air (Rimowa) repaints by Peter Lorimer and a model fix by SOH user vonstroheim that eliminates prop disk shadows in FSX.
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Posted Jan 23, 2021 02:15 by InDeepSchit
61.93Mb (1187 downloads)
FSX native version of the freeware Junkers Ju 52/3M by O.Fischer. Tested in P3Dv4.5 but should work in v5 and FSX. Included alongside the base civilian textures are a pair of Luftwaffe repaints by Hanaw Hax. Model conversion by Bulbbulb2. Oversight and cfg editing by InDeepSchit.
Posted Jan 20, 2021 02:05 by InDeepSchit & Bulbbulb2
21.56Mb (789 downloads)
FSX/P3Dv3,v4,v5 P-51H Mustang ANG The ultimate version of the Mustang was the P-51H, which was the fastest Mustang variant to see service and one of the fastest (if not the fastest) piston-engined fighters to enter production during the Second World War. However, it was destined never to see any combat, having entered service too late to participate in the final action against Japan. FSX/P3D mdls by A.F.Scrub
Posted Jan 17, 2021 06:17 by A.F.Scrub
15.33Mb (787 downloads)
The Yak-11 design was based in large part on the successful Yak-3 fighter, and became the Soviet Air Force's most widely used trainer aircraft. From 1953, an additional 707 were licence-built by Let in Czechoslovakia under the name C-11 (LET C-11 in some documentation). Both Yak-11 and C-11 were used in all Warsaw Pact countries and were exported to eighteen countries. With it's fighter pedigree and trainer ease of operation, the MOOSE has become a popular warbird and race aircraft. 2021 FSX native update of Pavel Karásek's 2011 FS9 MOOSE. Great frames, super model, fine front and rear VC and a flight model that allows for a full aerobatic card, including spins and the dread lomcevak. Paints by Pavel, Jozef Košík, and Y.T.
Posted Jan 7, 2021 02:06 by Lorenzo Zoil
29.70Mb (683 downloads)
FSX Sikorsky VS-44 Flying Boat. Model of VS-44 NC-41881 "Excambian" restored at New England Air Museum. Model created in 3ds Max for FSX. A flying boat, not an amphibian. Can be flown from land unrealistically using beaching gear. VC includes complete model, with multiple camera views. VS-44 was built in 1942 for American Export Airlines. Contracted for trans-Atlantic service by US Navy and Army through 1944. Returned to civilian service 1945. Two liveries: 1942 Navy camouflage and 1945 AEA civilian colors, as displayed at Museum. By George Diemer.
Posted Jan 1, 2021 11:19 by George Diemer