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KNIL Vickers Viking
7.45Mb (3964 downloads)
KNIL Vickers Viking for FSX/Acceleration by Brain Farrington and Leyland Spurr. This complete aircraft is a repaint and re-working, for FSX, of Ted Cook's Vickers Viking (originally made for FS9), and represents an aircraft of the Royal Dutch East Indies Air Force, used for reconnaissance and patrol work in the South Pacific.
Posted Nov 21, 2008 05:25 by Brain Farrington
 
FS2002/FS2004/FSX Fairchild FC-2W2 Floatplane
5.26Mb (2835 downloads)
Part 3 of the Early Fairchild Series. Original gmax model by James Hefner, with some parts and textures from the Microsoft FS2004 SDK. Flight dynamics, effects, and panel design by Jim Douglass, using Microsoft gauges. Requires Fairchild FC-2W2.zip be installed for guages, sound and effects. Install by Hunter D Ames.
Posted Nov 18, 2008 01:05 by James Hefner
 
FS2002/FS2004/FSX FC-2W2 Byrd
8.38Mb (2051 downloads)
Admiral Byrd's Fairchild "Stars and Stripes" on wheels and skis; part 2 of the Early Fairchild Series. Original gmax model by James Hefner, with some parts and textures from the Microsoft FS2004 SDK. Flight dynamics, effects, and panel design by Jim Douglass, using Microsoft gauges. Requires Fairchild FC-2W2.zip be installed for gauges, sound and effects. Install by Hunter D Ames.
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Posted Nov 14, 2008 21:30 by James Hefner
 
FS2002/FS2004/FSX Fairchild FC-2W2 Landplane
8.61Mb (5433 downloads)
Part 1 of the Early Fairchild Series. Original gmax model by James Hefner, with some parts and textures from the Microsoft FS2004 SDK. Flight dynamics, effects, and panel design by Jim Douglass, using Microsoft gauges. Sound by Aaron R. Swindle of Skysong Soundworks. Install by Hunter D Ames.
Posted Nov 13, 2008 23:43 by James Hefner
 
FSX /FS2004 Handley Page HP81 Hermes
FSX /FS2004 Handley Page HP81 Hermes
11.66Mb (4744 downloads)
FSX and FS2004 Handley Page HP81 Hermes. The HP81 Hermes was a British airliner from 1948, used by BOAC for its African routes in the early 1950s, and then by various charter companies for the next 10 years. Five variants are included here: BOAC (early and late), Airwork, Air Safaris and Skyways. Version 1.0. By Jens B. Kristensen.
Posted Nov 10, 2008 03:26 by Jens B. Kristensen
 
FSX Bristol Fighter F.2B Mk.1 (Pt 4)
17.22Mb (2822 downloads)
FSX Bristol Fighter F.2B Mk.1; optional add-ons for use with base file F2BX1PT1.ZIP. Aircraft included in this file are two examples of the Bristol Fighter Mk.1 with four blade propellor. Aircraft depicted include D8084 and B1112. By Robert Bruce.
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Posted Nov 8, 2008 03:47 by archive
 
FSX Bristol Fighter F.2B Mk.1 (Pt 2)
19.63Mb (4889 downloads)
FSX Bristol Fighter F.2B Mk.1; optional add-ons for use with base file F2BX1PT1.ZIP. Aircraft included in this file are four examples of the Bristol Fighter Mk.1 with long diagonal exhausts and two blade propellor. Aircraft depicted include E2601, F4306, E2529 and F4337. By Robert Bruce.
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Posted Nov 8, 2008 03:22 by archive
 
Gloster Gamecock
Gloster Gamecock
3.83Mb (2113 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Gloster Gamecock fighter The Gamecock was an improved Grebe single-seat fighter to Specification 37/23 and intended to be powered by the 425hp Jupiter VI nine-cylinder radial engine. It was of wooden construction with fabric skinning and retained the then standard armament of two synchronised 7.7mm Vickers guns, The prototype was delivered to Martlesham Heath on 20 February 1925. The last Gamecock Is were withdrawn from first-line RAF service mid-1931. Complete model by A.F.Scrub
Posted Nov 5, 2008 15:13 by A.F.Scrub
 
XP47J Fix
0.95Mb (2144 downloads)
Fix for Republic XP47J experimental fighter: Fix for the XP47J model not appearing. Replace the model.47j file with this new one. Sorry for the trouble. A.F.Scrub
Posted Oct 26, 2008 13:47 by A.F.Scrub
 
FS2004/FSX XP47J
FS2004/FSX XP47J
14.46Mb (4112 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Republic XP47J experimental fighter: The fastest version of the Thunderbolt was the XP-47J, which was proposed in November 1942 as a lighter-weight version of the Thunderbolt designed to explore the outer limits of the design's basic performance envelope. The XP-47J flew for the first time on November 26, 1943. On August 4, 1944, it attained a speed of 504 mph in level fight, becoming the first propeller-driven fighter to exceed 500 mph. A.F.Scrub
Posted Oct 25, 2008 15:26 by A.F.Scrub