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FSX/P3D v3,v4,v5 Seafire MkXV
28.01Mb (202 downloads)
FSX/P3D v3,v4,v5 Seafire MkXV The Supermarine Seafire, was a naval development of the Spitfire, and was the first modern carrier based fighter used by the Royal Navy. The most important change in the Seafire Mk XV was the Griffon engine and the reinforced main undercarriage which used longer oleos and a lower rebound ratio. This went some way towards taming the deck behaviour , reduced the propensity of the propeller tips "pecking" the deck during an arrested landing and the softer oleos stopped the aircraft from occasionally bouncing over the arrestor wires and into the crash barrier. Two P3D and FSX native models by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Dec 3, 2022 12:31 by A.F.Scrub
 
FSX/P3D YAK-1b  WHITE LILLY OF STALINGRAD
7.14Mb (168 downloads)
A Repaint of a YAK-1 to represent the plane flown by the "White Lily of Stalingrad" Lydia Litvyak. By age 21, Lilia had completed 268 missions and recorded 15 solo kills, including four German aces, with 22 assists - records which still stand to this day.
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Posted Nov 24, 2022 15:34 by Peter J Forster
 
FSX/P3D v3,v4,v5 Seafire MkXVII
23.81Mb (265 downloads)
FSX/P3D v3,v4,v5 Seafire MkXVII The Supermarine Seafire, was a naval development of the Spitfire, and was the first modern carrier based fighter fielded by the Royal Navy. The Seafire F Mk XVII was a modified Mk XV; the most important changes were the teardrop canopy, reinforced main undercarriage which used longer oleos and a lower rebound ratio. This went some way towards taming the deck behaviour of the Mk XV, reduced the propensity of the propeller tips "pecking" the deck during an arrested landing and the softer oleos stopped the aircraft from occasionally bouncing over the arrestor wires and into the crash barrier. This is a new model by A.F.Scrub. It is native P3D and FSX.
Posted Nov 21, 2022 12:35 by A.F.Scrub
 
FS2004/FSX Westland Welkin F.1 DX290
FS2004/FSX Westland Welkin F.1 DX290
29.77Mb (406 downloads)
The Westland Welkin was a twin engine heavy fighter built as a response to the threat of high altitude Nazi bombing raids. Ultimately the threat never materialized and only 77 Welkins were ever completed. DX290 is pictured as it appeared at Yeovil in 1944 with Medium Sea Grey upper surfaces and PRU blue under surfaces with no roundels under the wings. Two aircraft in this scheme served with the Fighter Interception Unit at RAF Wittering in 1944, but none actually entered operational service. Painted on to J.R. Lucariny's Westland Welkin, this depicts DX290 as it came off the production line. Unfortunately, I cannot remove the bombs.
Posted Nov 13, 2022 10:51 by turbodak
 
FSX Ford Tri-motor Classic Repaint
19.75Mb (278 downloads)
Ford Tri-motor repainted in the classic style of Henry Ford's original aircraft. Includes a model updated for flight in FSX. Repainted by R.E. Wyman.
Posted Nov 11, 2022 15:54 by R.E. Wyman
 
FSX/P3D  Spitfire HF Mk 7
FSX/P3D  Spitfire HF Mk 7
9.36Mb (279 downloads)
FSX/P3Dv3,v4,v5 Spitfire HF Mk7. Like the Mk VI, the Mk VII was a high altitude pressurised variant, this time powered by the Merlin 64 (F. Mk. VII) or 71 (H.F. Mk. VII) series engine with two-stage, two-speed superchargers. Extended, "pointed" wingtips were fitted to the Type C wings, increasing the wingspan to 40 ft 2 in (12.2 m). Because the threat from high altitude bombers never materialised many Mk VIIs later reverted to the normal, rounded wingtip. Native mdl by A.F.Scrub
Posted Oct 24, 2022 04:30 by A.F.Scrub
 
Small update for K2585
0.34Mb (54 downloads)
Small update for K2585
Posted Oct 10, 2022 08:53 by Dave T
 
Ant's Tiger Moth Pro Xl 716  Textures
52.74Mb (60 downloads)
Latest version of XL-716 Livery for Ant's Tiger Moth Pro FSX.
Posted Oct 3, 2022 10:47 by Dave T
 
Beechcraft UC-45B SATA CS-TAA
39.22Mb (373 downloads)
Beechcraft UC-45B, SATA - Sociedade Açoreana de Transportes Aéreos, Lda. 1947. The Airline is now known as SATA Air Açores and was the first in Portugal to register a civil, commercial aircraft, CS-TAA, baptized Açor (Azor) and after only two months of service, on the 5th of August 1947, the aircraft was lost at sea, while flying from S.Miguel to Santa Maria (there were no survivors). No color photographs exist, but with special thanks to SATA's oldest worker recollection, Mr. Gualter Cordeiro (retired at the time, but now deceased), it was possible to recreate what was once forgotten. Gold paint did not exist at the time, so dark yellow was used to paint the logos’ wings. Flight Dynamics by Jerry Beckwith's Workbook and Shupe FD Build 10; Paint by Tiberio Almeida.
Posted Sep 18, 2022 11:39 by Tiberio Almeida
 
40.06Mb (157 downloads)
The Miles Hawk Major was a 1930s British two-seat light monoplane, developed by Miles Aircraft from the Miles Hawk in order to take advantage of the new inverted de Havilland Gipsy Major engine. When fitted with the longer Gipsy Six in place of the forward crew member, it was known as the Miles Hawk Speed Six.A racing version was developed with a 200 hp de Havilland Gipsy Six engine. To make room for the longer, six-cylinder engine the front cockpit was removed, making it a single-seater, and the rear cockpit was repositioned to retain balance. The type became known as the Miles Hawk Speed Six. Only three were built, each tailored to the buyer's requirements, but they has a significant impact on the Golden Age of British air racing This repaint is based on the livery of the Arrows A3 driven by Riccardo Patrese in the 1981 Formula1 World Championship.
Posted Aug 19, 2022 13:21 by JALopezR
 
 
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