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FS2004
                  DC-3 Air Dynamics Modification (default aircraft, 3-tank)
0.60Mb (1441 downloads)
FS2004 DC-3 Air Dynamics Modification (default aircraft, 3-tank) This package offers a modified aircraft.cfg file for default DC-3. Support documentation explains what changes have been made to make the 'plane fly more closely to the published specifications for the real DC-3, vintage 1939. Supplied with backup file for easy installation. By Mark Beaumont and Dave Bitzer. . 613K File name: DC3_BB3.ZIP
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FS2004
                  DC-3 ACOF-BB Centennial Aircraft, IFR Panel, 4-Tank Full Package
6.55Mb (1610 downloads)
FS2004 DC-3 ACOF-BB Centennial Aircraft, IFR Panel, 4-Tank Full Package This package offers a modified aircraft.cfg file for the Beaumont and Bitzer 4-tank ship in a new, standalone package. It includes the latest edition of Mark Beaumont's 'IFR' panel and incorporates Beaumont and Bitzer's 4-tank "no ALL tanks" and automixture modifications. Support documentation explains what changes have been made to make the plane fly more closely to the published specifications for the real DC-3, vintage 1939. Supplied with "Century of Flight" Centennial markings on a bare metal livery in restored condition, this aircraft will appear in a fresh aircraft folder to which you can add other texture sets in the usual way. Aliases default DC-3 sound. By Mark Beaumont and Dave Bitzer. . 6.7MB File name: DC3_BB4.ZIP
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FS2004
                  Japanese Army Mitsubishi A5M4 "Claude".
2.35Mb (2612 downloads)
FS2004 Japanese Army Mitsubishi A5M4 "Claude". The Claude was the world's first monoplane carrier fighter. It was a cantilever design with fixed landing gear and an open cockpit. The A5M performed well in wars against China and the USSR and was still the numerically most important Imperial Japanese Navy fighter in 1941. A total of 1094 were built. This is a conversion of the CFS2 A5M4 Claude at avhistory.org to FS2004. Original model by Dave Eckert and Jerry Beckwith. Textures by Jerry Beckwith and Finn Neuik. Gmax model improvements, dynamic virtual cockpit, animation, and FS2004 conversion by Mike Huang. 2.4MB
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FS2004
                  Messerschmitt ME262A & ME262B_U1 Package
12.62Mb (8110 downloads)
FS2004 Messerschmitt ME262A & ME262B_U1 Package. General: You are about to install the ME262 package which has the nostalgic style of the old machine but the comfort (qua gauges) of a modern jet plane. These ME262's have the Airspeed indicator from the Boeing 737 and the altimeter and the heading indicator from the Cessna 208. They also have an autopilot capability. I changed the contact-points so the birds make contact with the ground and taxi the way they should. The sound-file is also improved so the Swallows sound like they must have sounded in the ancient times (i suggest you turn on your sound systems to maximum, unless you have old traumatised neighbours (in that case use headphones)). These aircraft, originally designed for CFS2, are now completely modified to operate fully in FS9. Flight Model By: Jerry Beckwith. Presented by R. Spaan. 12.9MB
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FS2004
                  Default DC3 Texture: Navy R4-D "Sub Killer"
0.61Mb (1392 downloads)
FS2004 Default DC3 Texture: Navy R4-D "Sub Killer" Used by the US Navy 1950-1970 before replacing it with the P3-A Orion Repaint By Robert "Hawk" . 629K
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FS2004
                  Pan American DOUGLAS DC-4
1.35Mb (3288 downloads)
FS2004 Pan American DOUGLAS DC-4 Registration N88944, Clipper Berlin. From 1945 to 1963 Pan American had 88 C-54/DC-4's in use. From 1948 to the beginning of the sixties Pan American used circa 13 C-54/DC-4's also to Berlin-Tempelhof Central Airport. N88944 was in use by Pan Am from 1947 to 1954 and was the first DC-4 of Pan Am named "Clipper Berlin". For several months it was operated by Pan Am from Berlin-Tempelhof Central Airport on the routes to Western Germany. With FS Design Studio 2.20 complete reworked and improved model. Features full animated moving-parts with rolling wheels, suspension, steerable nose gear... FDE reworked for FS2004 by Guenter Kirschstein. Livery paint by Dale DeLuca. Base design & textures by Arik Hohmeyer, complete design rework by Chris Grabow (FS-Design Berlin). 1.4MB
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FS2004
                  Hawker Sea Fury T Mk20 A&AEE
7.85Mb (5832 downloads)
FS2004 Hawker Sea Fury T Mk20 A&AEE. Includes a new model. VZ345 was sold to the DLB (Germany) in 1957. Initially registered as D-FATA and later as D-CATA, she operated as a trainer and target-tug until 1974. She was presented to the RAF as VZ345 as a goodwill gesture resulting from the MRCA/Tornado programme. Given to the Aeroplane &Armament Experimental Establishment, she had an accident at Boscombe Downe in 1985. More recently, following transfer to the RN, she had been used as a source of spares to keep VR930 airworthy. Aircraft has many moving parts and lights and contrail effects. 2D cockpit and virtual cockpit are also included. By David Hanvey and Paul Barry. Airfile by Jerry Beckwith. 8MB
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FS2004
                  F4U-1A Vought Corsair- Naval Reserve Livery.
5.63Mb (1828 downloads)
FS2004 F4U-1A Vought Corsair- Naval Reserve Livery. Original FS2002 default Corsair adapted for FS2004 & repainted by Robert Hawk. 5.7MB
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FS2004
                  Default DC3 4 Textures Pack:
2.48Mb (1304 downloads)
FS2004 Default DC3 4 Textures Pack: Here are 4 repaints in: Air France, L'Envolée AirInter, Aéronavale (thanks to Cokin) and DakotaNorway color schemes. They have been made with Mark Beaumont's base textures(very very usefull !!). Read carefully the readme.txt for installation. 2.5MB
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FS2002/FS2004
                  Martin PBM-5 "Mariner"
0.78Mb (3171 downloads)
FS2002/FS2004 Martin PBM-5 "Mariner" This FSDSv2 model is painted in the U S Coast Guard livery of the late 1950's and early 1960's. It features moving parts, transparent windows, Nav and Landing lights and a specular color shine. A WW2 type panel is included. By Paul Clawson. 803K
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