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FS2004/FSX Yakovlev 52 TW (Yak 52TW) The Yakovlev Yak-52TW aerobatic aircraft is a two-seat all-metal low-wing monoplane with cleaner retractable main wheels and exposed tail wheel. The Yak-52 had exceptionally fine handling characteristics enhanced by a relatively high power to weight ratio. It was used as a military trainer by several countries in many different versions. Production has been restarted in Rumania with this modernized, tailwheel version. Source included. GMAX model by A.F.Scrub
Posted Sep 7, 2009 07:18 by A.F.Scrub
7.44Mb (2622 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Fairey Firefly Mk1 Warbird The Firefly first flew on 22 December 1941 and was produced until the mid-1950s. Although most of the earlier operational versions remained in use with the Royal Navy, Royal Australian Navy and Royal Netherlands Navy. Firefly fighters and reconnaissance fighters went into operational service in late 1943 and were mainly used in the Pacific theatre of war against Japanese forces and targets. Reconditioned Firefly Is were also supplied to the air forces of Ethiopia and Siam during this period, while Firefly target tugs served in Sweden and Denmark. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub
Posted Sep 5, 2009 06:01 by A.F.Scrub
4.62Mb (15669 downloads)
FSX Saunders Roe SR-45 "Princess" The SR-45 first flew in 1952 and was one of the largest flying boats ever built. It was overshadowed by the upcoming land based 707 and DC-8 so only one was finished and test flown. This is a native FSX Acceleration project. It has the usual animations, specular shine, .dds textures, reverse thrust, and turbine smoke that turns on and off as a function of throttle position. The VC is based on a photo and has animated flight and engine controls. There is no 2D panel. There are two liveries, the factory paint and the proposed BOAC livery. By Paul Clawson
Posted Sep 4, 2009 16:24 by Paul Clawson
25.79Mb (16474 downloads)
FSX Convair 240 The FSX SP2 ONLY model of the Convair 240. 100% FSX compliant. Hi-resolution textures, fully functional VC adapted from the default DC-3. Realistic flight-dynamics and operations. . Full animation includes the self-storing stairway. I tried to capture the spirit of the glorious, old radials. Three liveries including vintage Continental Airlines, U.S.A.F (C-131), and fictional modern cargo contractor. Model, texturing and flight-dynamics by Brett Henderson. Pilots, Alejandro Rojas Lucena. And as always.. thanks to the Simv / FFDS crew.
Posted Aug 27, 2009 16:39 by Brett Henderson
10.74Mb (3304 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Focke-Wulf FW58-BW "Weihe" Floatplane With the creation of the new Luftwaffe, a fast, light and economical multi-purpose aircraft was necessary for the satisfactory re-training of pilots for the faster combat planes and training as gunners, bombers and radio operators, and in 1934, Focke Wulf supplied the first prototype. This model depicts a twin-engined Focke-Wulf FW58-C "Weihe" rescue floatplane, powered by 2x240 Argus 10C inverted V-8 engines. GMAX model by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Aug 22, 2009 15:17 by A.F.Scrub
1.46Mb (1439 downloads)
This is a repaint of VARIG PP-VAN for the nice new Dragon Rapide created by Dave Garwood for FSX. Textures only. Needs the original plane model file "dh89fsx.zip". This repaint by Luiz Foernges
Required files:required file
Posted Aug 21, 2009 22:18 by Luiz Foernges
18.83Mb (5609 downloads)
FSX 1932 Lockhee Vega Starliner by Rarewings.com: Designed with FSDS3.5.1 and FSDSTweak . It has full working virtual cockpit with back-lite gauges. Limited 2-D panel, custom sounds. The plane has reflective glass and metal textures. In the Mid 1930's the Menasco engine company began testing its Unitwin comprising of two 260hp C6S-4 six cylinder engines mounted close side-by-side driving a common gearbox for a single propeller. The Vega was to design an attractive small "feederline" transport around this double engine. The resulting Starliner had a mixed construction air-frame with a typical Lockheed tapered wing with split flaps, a side-door cabin a pilot and five passengers. In 1940 the project was abandoned, the Starliner was too small to appeal to the airlines, and too large for most private customers. Stop by www.rarewings.com for a single tail version of this aircraft.
Posted Aug 16, 2009 13:10 by Patrick Dyer