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This is a Bristol F2b Fighter. It will work in both FSX and FS9. Please read the readme file for credits, and installation instructions, and for information about the Bristol F2b Fighter. Happy Flying! Original model by Frank Elton.
Posted Jul 13, 2008 12:53 by archive
5.40Mb (6819 downloads)
This is the Wright Brothers' Kitty Hawk originally made by microsoft for FS9 and now works for FSX. I have tested it myself and found no problems. Please read the Readme!!! file for installation instructions.
Posted Jul 12, 2008 18:16 by archive
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The Spirit of St. Louis (Registration: N-X-211) is a custom-built single engine, single seat monoplane flown solo by Charles Lindbergh on both the first New York to Paris non-stop transatlantic flight on 21 May and 22 May 1927, for which Lindbergh won the $25,000 Orteig Prize, as well as the first solo non-stop transatlantic flight. This is the default FS2004 Spirit of St Louis & OK for FSX.
Posted Jul 11, 2008 19:24 by archive
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The Sparrowhawk was a small light weight fighter designed to be carried internal to the large US Navy dirgibles such as the USS Macon and USS Akron and launched for defense and then retrieved on trapeze fittings. This is a native FSX SP-2 project. It is painted for service with the USS Akron. It has the usual animations, animated tail hook, bump maps, and .dds textures. The 2D panel and VC are based on a drawing. The VC has working gauges and animated flight controls. By Paul Clawson
Posted Jul 10, 2008 23:57 by archive
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This is a Repaint of Michel Migaud's F-8 Grumman Bearcat Modified for Flight Simulator X. This aircraft has completely retuned flight dynamics to perform at speeds in access of 525. To match the performance of the famous F-8 racer Rare Bear. This Bear is Very Fast and agile. Not for the beginner. Painted in a fictional racing scheme Modifications for FSX by Mark Rooks of RSDG aircraft. This is a complete aircraft Built for speed
Posted Jul 8, 2008 10:30 by John Paul