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This is an update of my update of the FS 9 Alphasim P-47D Thunderbolt. I have taken some of the tendancy to bounce on landing out of the main wheels; so it is a bit easier to land the aircraft without bouncing after touch down. You need my original update for this to work.
Posted May 16, 2010 18:19 by Bob Chicilo
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Pioneer operated a fleet of nine Martin 202's purchased from Northwest in the early 1950s. Operating on government subsidy, Pioneer was forced to return to DC-3s. Strong competition forced Pioneer to merge with Continental in 1955.
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Posted May 12, 2010 21:02 by Gary Harper
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FS2002/FS2004 Heinkel He-111Z Zwilling. This was the most unusual variant of the aircraft ever developed. It was built to tow the massive Me 321 Gigant glider, which weighted in at 75,000lbs when full. Heinkelfs solution to this problem was to take two He 111H-6s, place them side by side and then connect them with a new central wing section. A fifth engine was placed at the centre of the new central wing, producing a five engined aircraft with two full fuselages, with the seven man crew split between the two sides. Two kind of paint examples(Green camouflage and Sand paint for desert) are included. Single fuselage H6-Type model is also included in this package. by Kazunori Ito.
Posted May 11, 2010 14:55 by Kazunori Ito
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ALPHA_P-47D_Thunderbolt_FS9.zip. The Republic P-47 Thunderbolt, also known as the "Jug," was the biggest, heaviest, and most expensive fighter aircraft in history to be powered by a single reciprocating engine. It was one of the main United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) fighters of World War II, and served with other Allied air forces. Doing some Spring cleaning at Alphasim. Removing a few titles from the catalog to make them available as freeware releases. Here is our P-47D Thunderbolt Set for CFS2. 3 models, 7 textures, 2 panels. Includes panel and gauges.
Posted May 7, 2010 06:28 by Alphasim
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ALPHA_Swordfish_FS02_FS9.zip. The Fairey Swordfish was a torpedo bomber built by the Fairey Aviation Company and used by the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy during the Second World War. Affectionately known as the "Stringbag" by its crews. Doing some Spring cleaning at Alphasim. Removing a few titles from the catalog to make them available as freeware releases. Here is our Fairey Swordfish Set for CFS2. 3 models, 3 textures. Includes panel and gauges.
Posted May 7, 2010 06:24 by Alphasim
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ALPHA_PBM_Mariner_FS9.zip. The Martin PBM Mariner was a patrol bomber flying boat of World War II and the early Cold War period. It was designed to complement the PBY Catalina in service. 1,366 were built, with the first example flying on February 18, 1939 and the type entering service in September 1940. Doing some Spring cleaning at Alphasim. Removing a few titles from the catalog to make them available as freeware releases. Here is our Martin PBM Mariner for FS2004. 3 models, 5 textures. Includes panel and gauges.
Posted May 7, 2010 06:15 by Alphasim
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ALPHA_SE5a_FS9.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 06:03 by Alphasim
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FS2002/FS2004 Vickers Armstrongs Type 432. The Vickers Type 432 was a British design for a cannon-armed fighter capable of engaging high altitude bombers during the Second World War for use by the RAF, developed by the British Vickers group. By Kazunori Ito.
Posted Apr 26, 2010 06:30 by Kazunori Ito