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                  Union Of Burma Airways Douglas DC-3 default textures.
1.77Mb (876 downloads)
FS2004 Union Of Burma Airways Douglas DC-3 default textures. Type: Douglas C-47A-30-DK. Registration: XY-ABF. Year built: 1944. Two Union of Burma C-47's collided on 22 February 1967, but both landed safely at Myitkyina (XY-ABF and XY-ACN). Burma names itself Myanmar today. But, Burma is however still named by the folk and some countries. After the renaming, Union of Burma airways became apportioned in myanma airways (domestic) and myanmar airways intl. The airline code of UB is used with domestic flights still today, with the international flights, the airline code was changed effective at the 22 April, 2002 from UB to 8M. With much love to the details has arisen the reflective textures. Please turn on reflections. Installation in Deutsch and English. By HOUSE-RP Robby Pauletto. 1.8MB
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FS2004
                    Douglas DC-3 Santair
2.98Mb (1932 downloads)
FS2004 Douglas DC-3 Santair Few people realize that Santa Monica Airport, where the venerable Douglas DC-3 first flew on 17th December 1935, was named after Santa Klaus and his wife Monica. The Man In Red was quick to spot the benefits of undertaking his yearly mission in a mode of transportation ideally suited to the task, and was one of Douglas' first customers. "Hallmark Cards and Thomas Kincade can keep their reindeer and chimneys", he declared. "I'm going with Pratt and Whitney. Fuel me up, elf". And so it is today. 70 years later, if you look up into the sky on Christmas Eve ... there's every chance you'll get hit in the eye by a plummeting box, should any of Monica's hand-sewn parachutes fail to open. Based on the default DC-3, with parachute present delivery effect adapted from the work of Pierino Primavesi. Also features Christmas lights on the cabin top. Merry Christmas to all! By Mark Beaumont. 3MB FS2004 Douglas DC-3 Santair FIX If, in the spirit of the holiday season and to delight your offspring, you downloaded Rudolph The Red-nosed DC-3 (DC3SANTA.ZIP), you may have noticed that no presents are seen to fall from the aircraft as were promised. You have, no doubt, been concerned as to whether you were good enough this year to merit any, haven't you? However, rest at ease. The lack of gifts is all down to a major stuff-up by Santa's Chief Elf, yours truly, who uploaded old working files in error rather than the finished packages. So here are sackfuls of presents to remedy things. Please apologise to your children and, once again, Merry Christmas! By Mark Beaumont. 36K
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FS2004
                  Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 German Air Force.
8.79Mb (4623 downloads)
FS2004 Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 German Air Force. The model has been created by myself and my collegue Capt. Giovanni Quai with Abacus FSDS_v2: it features the usual moving parts, such as all flight controls, spinning wheels, animated canopy, rotating pilot's head on rudder command. Capt. I. D'Attomo, Capt. G.Quai. 9MB see update below
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FS2004
                  Vultee BT-13 Valiant
1.53Mb (2602 downloads)
FS2004 Vultee BT-13 Valiant The BT-13, commonly known as the Vibrator was the USAAC basic trainer during WW2. Over 13,000 were produced. This FSDSv3 project has the usual animations, crew figures, transparent glass, Landing and Nav lights. It features both a reflective silver and the blue yellow liveries of that period. The 2D panel is based on a photo and the VC has moving throttle, joy stick and rudder pedals. By Paul Clawson. 1.5MB
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FS2004
                  Fairey III D. 'Lucitania'
1.27Mb (1328 downloads)
FS2004 Fairey III D. 'Lucitania' The aircraft used by Commanders Coutinho and Cabral to start on the first South Atlantic crossing by Portugal in June 1922. Ver. 0.1, By Edward Cook. 1.3MB
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FS2004
                  Messerschmitt ME 109 Package.
7.48Mb (7139 downloads)
FS2004 Messerschmitt ME 109 Package. This is a full package (aircraft and panel) and it is for FS 2004, but it should work also in fs2002, except the GPS, to be displayed at 1024x768 resolution or more. We also provided two textures, one with 'svastika' and one no 'svastika'. The German Messerschmitt based his design on the experiance he had gained with the Bf 108. It was an excellent lightweight plane, which was superior to the modern fighter planes used by some nations at that time. So Messerschmitt optimized the fuselage, reduced the weight and fitted this design with the most powerful engine available at that time. A small amount of these machines was also flown by the Repubblica Sociale Italiana "ANR" towards the end of WW2.Created by Capt. I. D'Attomo & Giovanni Quai with Abacus FSDS_v2. 7.6MB
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FS2004
                  Fairey III D. MkII. A FAA
1.27Mb (1567 downloads)
FS2004 Fairey III D. MkII. A FAA. Spotter/Reconniassance aircraft. Typical colour scheme, circa. 1924. Extensive rebuild to reflect more data. Ver. 0_3, By Edward Cook. 1.2MB
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FS2004
                  Fairey III D. MkII. A FAA
1.24Mb (2409 downloads)
FS2004 Fairey III D. MkII. A FAA. Spotter/Reconniassance aircraft. Typical colour scheme, circa. 1924. Fitted with wheeled undercart. Extensive rebuild to reflect more data. Ver. 0_1, By Edward Cook. 1.3MB
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FS2004
                  The Hellenic Spitfires Package.
19.60Mb (14389 downloads)
FS2004 The Hellenic Spitfires Package. This package includes all the Hellenic Spitfires expect the Spitfire pr Mk.XI witch appeared in one unit and pr Mk.XIII in three units. You can fly the spitfire mk.Vb/c, Spitfire mk.IXe LF/HF and Spitfire Mk.XVIe LF. Greece in 9/23/1938 ordered 12 Spitfires and 12 Anson. During the June of 1939 it was signed the order of 24 Spitfires which cost 9335 pounds each. When Hitler attacked to Poland, England used all the aircrafts that were under construction and of course the Greek were some of them. On 10/12/1943, the 336th Olympus Squadron received the first Spitfire and followed the 335th Tiger Squadron. The Spitfire mk.Vb/c replaced the Hurricane mk.IIb/c. When the two greek Squadrons were at North Africa, their Spitfires wore the , but when they moved to Italy, their Spitfires change to . The formal receival of them from Greece took place at Araxos AB LGRX on 11-14-1944. The war hadnít finished yet and Hellas wasnít free, so the Spitfires were used in battles for Milosí and CreteĎs freedom. In the end of 1945, RHAF, now HAF, stoped being depended on RAF and the mk.Vb/c were given to Greece on 4/25/1946. In January of 1947 were delivered the Spitfires mk.IXe LF and HF (Low Flying and High Flying). The mk.Vb/c now were used in the new pilotsí training and a new Squadron was created because of the large number of the mk.IX. The name of the new Squadron was 337th Phantom Squadron . On the February of 1949, were delivered the new Spitfires mk.XVIe LF. At the end of their careers, the mk.IX and mk.XVI were used as advanced training aircrafts. Features: 4 models, 6 variations, realistic sounds, panel with mirror view, Virtual Cockpit VC, opening canopy, full moving parts, historical detailes, etc. By Thanasis Delizisis, Panagiotis Delizisis, Ken Harrison (Merlin66), Des Braban. 20MB See expansion pack here
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CFS2,
                  FS2002/2004 Westland Whirlwind Mk.I
9.29Mb (3588 downloads)
CFS2, FS2002/2004 Westland Whirlwind Mk.I The Whirlwind was a small single seat, twin engined fighter, powered by a pair of Rolls Royce Peregrine 885 hp engines. It was one of the first fighters to be armed with four 20mm cannon. The Whirlwind was a fine, fast fighter that could combat single-engined fighters with success.It could carry up to 1000 lbs of bombs on two underwing racks. Original model by JR Lucariny. New Airfile, Dp, textures, effects, adapted to CFS2, FS2002/2004 by A.F. Scrub. 9.5MB
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