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The Fiat C.R.42 was a single-seat fighter biplane which served primarily in Italy's Regia Aeronautica just before and during World War II. The aircraft was produced by the Turin firm, and also served, in smaller numbers, with the air forces of Belgium, Sweden and Hungary. With more than 1,800 built, it was the most widely produced Italian aircraft to take part in World War II. The Fiat C.R.42 was the last of the Fiat biplane fighters to see combat and represented the epitome of the type. RAF Intelligence praised its exceptional manoeuvrability, further noting that the plane was immensely strong.The Fiat C.R.42 made its combat debut with the Belgian Air Force, over Belgium on 10th May 1940. Complete aircraft, features the usual moving parts, such as all flight controls. Many different liveries (Regia Aeronautica/Belgian Air Force/Swedish Air Force/Hungarian Air Force). VC only. GMax Models and Skins by Manuele Villa & Italianwings, Flight dynamics, Handling notes and Tutorials by FSAviator, It also works (Tested) subject to some limitations within in FSX (NOT Acceleration). By Manuele Villa/MVG3D, January 2011.
Posted Jan 10, 2011 06:36 by Manuele Villa - Italianwings
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Paint scheme for the default Ford Tri-motor. Aircraft featured in the movie 'Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom' starring Harrison Ford. Repainted by R.E. Wyman. Textures only.
Posted Jan 8, 2011 23:28 by R.E. Wyman
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This is Version 2 of the Consolidated C-87 Liberator Express. A new model.mdl has been created and besides all original version 1 features such as opening cargo door, loading ramp and textures for both the USAAF and RAF it now also has working cowl flaps, wheel chocks and pilot's heads which turn in direction of the bank The panel folder contains the basic Alphasim B-24D panel with a modified panel.bmp which omits the astrodome fitted just forward of the B-24D bomber cockpit. Wing/engine views can now be seen from the cockpit side windows. The original Alphasim B-24D VC panel is also incorporated. By Jim Nelson and Jaap de Baare
Posted Jan 2, 2011 14:43 by Jaap de Baare
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FS2004-ONLY-Breda BA88 Lince-Fighter&trainer Designed as light bomber with high performances became then a heavy assualt fighter,but with combat armament, was a real failure. The first model is an assault fighter based in Libia,in 1940 and the second is a trainer based at Lonate Pozzolo in Italy, in 1936. Model,texture,panel by F.Giuli . Gauges different authors
Posted Nov 28, 2010 06:22 by FRANCESCO GIULI
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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 05:04 by Soaring Falcon