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FS2004/FSX Sikorsky JRS-1 U.S. Navy VJ-1 Squadron 1-J-1 Sikorsky twin-engine amphibian built in 1937. Military version of S-43. Used by U.S. Navy and Marines for utility transport, photography, target towing. JRS-1s were based at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii in December 1941. Top speed over 190 mph. Can take off in 900 feet, in 15 seconds. Range 775 miles at cruising speed of 177 mph. FSDS3.5 model with virtual cockpit, radio operator compartment, passenger cabin, sliding side doors and aerial camera position aft. By George Diemer.
Posted Apr 9, 2010 03:57 by Uploader
9.89Mb (3339 downloads)
FS2004 Sikorsky S-43B PP-PBM Panair do Brasil Sikorsky twin-engine amphibian built in 1936. S-43B had twin vertical tails for greater stability, and an extended nose section as an attempt to cut down water spray. Two versions included: PP-PBM used by Panair do Brasil, and NC16927 for Pan Am. These were the same aircraft. NC16927 was allocated to Panair after delivery to Pan Am. Top speed over 190 mph. Range 820 miles at cruising speed of 171 mph. Carries 15 passengers. FSDS3.5 model with virtual cockpit and passenger cabin. By George Diemer. Air file mods by Randy Cain.
Posted Mar 26, 2010 04:36 by Tyler Moore
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a set of repaints for George Diemer's lovely Sikorski S-43 (below), in VJ-1 and VJ-4 markings from 1940 and '43. 17 S-43's were taken on charge by the U.S.navy as JRS-1 utility transports, undertaking transport, training and operational patrols. In fact, the only survivor of 3 JRS's at Pearl Harbour, was launched shorly after the Japanese raid to locate the attacking fleet, armed with a Marine rifleman and his trusty Springfield, arguably the most lethaly armed flyingboat ever. The JRS-1's served untill 1946. The aircraft had a few alterations compared to the civil S-43, externally; an extra small porthole at the aft end of the cabin windows; and a sliding air-opening hatch on either side of the aft hull. The hatches have been painted on to the textures. Use the Inter-Island Airways model, as this one is closest in hull window count and patern to the JRS-1's.
Posted Mar 25, 2010 00:11 by 3/7charlie
8.92Mb (2296 downloads)
FS2004 "ONLY"-C.R.D.A.-CANT Z511 Prototype,that never entered in service,of a transatlantic seaplane for 16 passengers seated in chairs that could be converted in couchettes with a luxurious arrangement, or with 48 chairs in 4 boxes with 12 chairs each. Two small kicthens, toilet and luggage room. Model, aircraft, texture and panel (Incl VC) by F. Giuli. Gauges different authors
Posted Mar 12, 2010 10:15 by FRANCESCO GIULI
5.49Mb (1975 downloads)
Textures only for the original model P-51D by Roger Dial, Steve Small & Mike Hambly. Aircraft not included. 'Old Crow' was flown by Lt. Bud Anderson of the 357th Fighter Group. There are two versions here; bare aluminum and olive drab paint scheme with white-wall tires. Repainted by R.E. Wyman.
Posted Feb 28, 2010 15:58 by R.E. Wyman
1.51Mb (1269 downloads)
Repaint of Vladimir Zhyhulskiy's Antonov An-2 (required for this textures-only file). CX-CAP is a Uruguayan based aircraft, but it actually flies in Argentina. It's owned by Billaman, a company devoted to agricultural bussiness. The plane is mainly used for skydiving.
Posted Feb 27, 2010 18:00 by Roman E. Krauss
2.54Mb (1373 downloads)
This is a Repaint and Flight Dynamics Update of the excellent "FS2002/FS2004 Grumman G-22 Gulfhawk II." by Kazunori Ito. This is a repaint of the G22 as the F3F-2 that is currently sitting in the "National Naval Aviation Museum" in Pensacola, FL. (http://www.navalaviationmuseum.org/). It's as close as I could get based on the pictures I have of the actual aircraft. You will need the "FS2002/FS2004 Grumman G-22 Gulfhawk II." by Kazunori Ito. for this to work.
Posted Feb 23, 2010 20:06 by David A. Hardy
1.85Mb (793 downloads)
Textures for JR Lucariny's P-51C with his permission. Aircraft not included, requires P-51C#259. "Shangri-La" was flown by Major Don Gentile. There are two versions; white spinner and red spinner. Repainted by R.E. Wyman.
Posted Feb 16, 2010 01:32 by R.E. Wyman
0.88Mb (745 downloads)
Textures for JR Lucariny's P-51C with his permission. Aircraft not included, requires P-51C#259. "Ding Hao!" was flown by Medal of Honor recipient Jim Howard. Repainted by R.E. Wyman.
Posted Feb 16, 2010 01:29 by R.E. Wyman