180.82Mb (9670 downloads)
FSX/FSX-SE/P3D Douglas C-47R Skytrain V3.12 Beta This is the next version following Manfred's popular Douglas C-47 Skytrain V2, now featuring a 'Vintage Virtual Cockpit' (VVC), a genuine P&W R-1830 Twin Wasp soundsuite developed by Ted 'Tufun' Wolfgang as well as a fully fledged cockpit-soundsuite, crew communication and audible checklist developed by Daniel Gauthier. Also the flight dynamics have been updated by Alexander as well as some perfections done on the external model by Manfred. Repaints available for the V2 model will still work with this new V3 model although with some restrictions. Look for a new, V3 dedicated C-47 Paintkit by Gordon 'gman5250' Madison ( MJJV C-47 Paintkit.zip ) and further information about using existing C-47 V2 repaints in the C-47 V3 release thread at the Sim-Outhouse FSX forum ( http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/forumdisplay.php?44-FSX-General-Discussion ). This file now includes the parachute textures missing from the original upload.
Posted Jul 23, 2016 03:52 by uploader
59.27Mb (2593 downloads)
P3D (up to v3) and FSXA Beechcraft D-18 4 livery package. USMC JRB-2, JRB-1 USMC First Marine Division, SNB-5 Fleet Marine Force Pacific, 67296 Based in Quonset Point, RI. Model by Milton Shupe, Scott Thomas and Andre Folkers. Added the textures by John Detrick and Jim Boynton. Please zip preview for larger images. Packaged by Chris Evans
Posted Jun 25, 2016 07:01 by chris evans
7.25Mb (1411 downloads)
A classic FS model by Tim Conrad, in FSX native format. Despite it's FS8/9 origins, Tim's modelling is superb, the mesh has great bones, looks and performs superbly. Includes cockpit modification by Michael Pook. No more port-over blues.
Posted May 14, 2016 04:11 by LLS
59.90Mb (3057 downloads)
P3D (up to v4) and FSXA T-6 Texan pack 3. Set of 5 North American T-6 Texan's based on the following real aircraft - AT-6 Texan 'Beetle Bum' (Korean), F-AZRB 'Then & Now', 'N43826' (restored and flying) and 'N92778' (restored and flying). Please note that Fuel selector and magneto switch must be set in order to start engine. 3D model by David Eckert and Warwick Carter. Pilot 3D model by Michael Flahault. Added the superb textures by John Terrell. (details included). Please zip preview for larger images. Aircraft information included. Packaged by Chris Evans
Posted Apr 7, 2016 13:44 by chris evans
65.35Mb (4178 downloads)
P3D (up to v4) and FSXA T-6G Texan pack 2. Set of 14 T-6 Texan's based on the following squadrons - AT-6 Texan "Patches" (Korean war), BFTS Terrell Field (British), Factory Fresh (USAF and Russian) and Luke Army Air Field, the biggest air training school in WW2 US. Please note that Fuel selector and magneto switch must be set in order to start engine. 3D model by David Eckert and Warwick Carter. Pilot 3D model by Michael Flahault. Added the superb textures by John Terrell. (details included). Please zip preview for larger images. more information included. Packaged by Chris Evans
Posted Mar 27, 2016 07:59 by chris evans
53.58Mb (2904 downloads)
P3D (up to v4) and FSXA T-6 G Texan pack 1. North American AT-6 Texan with the following liveries included: "C-GBQB", "G-BTXI", "N45CK", "N518WW". Please note that Fuel selector and magneto switch must be set in order to start engine. 3D model by David Eckert and Warwick Carter. Pilot 3D model by Michael Flahault. Added the superb textures by John Terell. (details included). Please read the original readme document. Zip preview for larger images. Packaged by Chris Evans
Posted Mar 24, 2016 12:31 by chris evans
11.23Mb (6573 downloads)
FSX/P3D Short Empire flying boat ver 3.0. These famous aircraft formed the backbone of the Imperial Airways, it's sucessor BOAC. and its partners Qantas Empire Airways and TEAL from the mid 1930s and through World War Two. Three variants in six color schemes included. Version 3 model it the native FSX format, with more accurate cockpit. An FS2004 version is available separately. By Jens B. Kristensen
Posted Mar 22, 2011 03:49 by Jens B. Kristensen
29.91Mb (5468 downloads)
Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 Package for FSX. The Royal Aircraft Factory's S.E.5.a went tooth and nail with the Sopwith Camel for the accolade of being the finest British fighting aeroplane of World War I. Designed by a team which included the legendary H. P. Folland, the first prototype was unveiled in December, 1916. The craft utilised a 150-HP Hispano-Suiza engine with a large, automotive-style radiator and truncated exhaust manifolds. The S.E.5.a was widely regarded as a tough opponent by the enemy and as a good friend in the air by its pilots. It was robust, fast, and very easy to fly. The aircraft remains extremely popular among early aviation history buffs and WWI aficionados, and replicas abound, in both full- and smaller-scale versions. Excellent reproductions of the plane can be seen in the films "The Aviator" and "Flyboys", but the best place to see the S.E.5.a in action is in the restored version of Howard Hughes' "Hell's Angels". Ex payware from Alphasim
Posted Nov 22, 2010 05:09 by Soaring Falcon
29.98Mb (5467 downloads)
ALPHA_SE5a_FSX.zip. The Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 was a British biplane fighter aircraft of the First World War. Although the first examples reached the Western Front before the Sopwith Camel and it had a much better overall performance, problems with its Hispano-Suiza engine meant that there was a chronic shortage of S.E.5s until well into 1918 and fewer squadrons were equipped with the type than with the Sopwith fighter. Doing some Spring cleaning at Alphasim. Removing a few titles from the catalog to make them available as freeware releases. Here is our Royal Aircraft Factory SE.5a for FS9. 1 model, 4 textures. Includes panel and gauges.
Posted May 7, 2010 06:59 by Alphasim
16.78Mb (10932 downloads)
FSX Bristol Britannia. This is version 1.0 of an all-new model of the Bristol Britannia. The package contains several variants: Britannia 310 of BOAC, Canadian Pacific, Cubana and British Eagle. Britannia C.1 of the RAF Britannia 102 of BOAC, BKS and Britannia Airways For FSX only. Includes VC. By Jens B. Kristensen.
Posted Apr 8, 2009 11:08 by Jens B. Kristensen.