12.29Mb (1754 downloads)
Ralf Kreibich's great Rohrbach Roland now for FSX Acceleration. ALL credits are for him!! The aircraft has full VC, I also put in a minipanel, but there's NO mainpanel. 2 Different textures, Lufthansa and Iberia. All necessary gauges included. Enjoy!
Posted Oct 2, 2012 07:58 by erik hertzberger
11.28Mb (633 downloads)
Extra textures for Ralf Kreibich's great Junkers W-34 wheels planes (as updated by me for FSX-Acceleration). Guinea Airlines, Canadian Pacific Airlines, Lufthansa and Swedish Air Force. Thumbnails included. Enjoy!
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Posted Oct 2, 2012 07:53 by erik hertzberger
20.28Mb (1640 downloads)
Ralf Kreibich's great Dornier Merkur now for FSX Acceleration. ALL credits are for him!! The aircrafts have full VC, I also put in a minipanel, but there's no 2d panel. 3 Different models, 5 different textures. All necessary gauges included. Enjoy!
Posted Sep 30, 2012 11:21 by erik hertzberger
14.10Mb (3093 downloads)
Hawker Typhoon Mk.I for FSX-Acceleration, with working VC. Originally an Alphasim model for CFS2, so all credits are for them. Two different models, the 1st with the old hood and the 2nd with the Mustang hood. Gun-effects for fun. Enjoy!
Posted Sep 27, 2012 11:41 by erik hertzberger
47.90Mb (2261 downloads)
Ralf Kreibich's great CFS2-Junkers W-34 & W-46 now flyable in FSX. 3 Models: wheels, floats and military, 8 different textures. Working VC, though not all instruments show, also pilots not always show up. All necessary gauges are included, no special effects. The plane is nose-heavy, especially on water, so watch your starts and landings! Enjoy!
Posted Sep 27, 2012 11:20 by erik hertzberger
9.07Mb (8324 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Me 262 Collection World War II saw the introduction of jet aircraft, and one of the most prominent jets of the conflict was the "Messerschmitt Me-262", a twin-jet fighter of advanced design. It was the first operational jetfighter to see combat. One of the strangest variants was the Me 262A-1a/U4 "Pulkzerstörer" which carried an awesome 50mm cannon. This was intended to be the ultimate bomber-killer but only a few were tested. The highspeed HG I, nicknamed "Pfeilflugel" or Flying Arrow Wing, incorporated an increase in the inboard wing chord, which was achieved by modifying the wing forward of the main spar, a tailplane swept back 40 degrees and a cockpit canopy with a lower profile...All three GMAX models by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Sep 27, 2012 07:40 by A.F.Scrub
54.27Mb (2460 downloads)
Curtiss P-36A&C/H-75A Hawk-pack for FSX-Acceleration. The models are from 2 different authors, so ALL credits are for them! Both have working VC's and a vintage minipanel. All necessary gauges included. 12 Different liveries, also from different artists. Gun-effects for fun. Hope you enjoy flying them as much as I enjoyed reworking them.
Posted Sep 21, 2012 06:32 by erik hertzberger
14.82Mb (1962 downloads)
This plane is a tribute to “Scrubby” : FSX Gloster Gladiator Mk.1 Royal Belgian Air Force, with working VC and gun-effects for fun. This version represents an aircraft of the 1st Escardrille de Chasse ("La Comète"), 1st Group, 2nd (Fighter) Regiment, Royal Belgian Air Force, based at Dies in 1939. All credits go to Thicko for his great model, to all others who helped him and to Pombee for his textures! Enjoy!
Posted Sep 21, 2012 06:14 by erik hertzberger
79.47Mb (3640 downloads)
This package includes two planes. The first is DH60X G-EBUZ, c/n 478, as it might have looked if delivered in the late summer of 1927. I found one picture of this airplane taken in December, 1927. The picture is in black and white, so the choice of colors is a guess on my part. The aircraft was stricken from the record in December, 1934. The Gipsy Moth is G-AAHI, c/n 1082, as it might have looked when delivered in 1929. This aircraft is still active today and photographs are available showing it with green fuselage and silver wings and red fuselage and white wings. I chose the green livery. I based the instrument panel on vintage rather than modern photographs and for that reason they are basic to the point of being stark. There were no electrical systems, starters, lights, radios, or gyros. Most of these conveniences were available at the time as options, but the vast majority of Moths appear to have been used in daylight visual flying conditions, so that is how I set them up. For those who insist on talking to people when they fly, I did put the default ATC popup in the 2D panel. This model was originally developed by Jim Douglass. It's conversion to FSX has been assisted by Leyland S and Anthony (ANT) who provided input and consultation in its development. It's our gift to you for 2012. Golden Age Simuations
Posted Sep 17, 2012 07:36 by uploader