7.73Mb (7851 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Spitfire FR XIVE The Mk XIV was the most important of the Griffon powered Spitfires, and the only one to see significant wartime service. It used the two-speed two-stage supercharged Griffon 61 or 65, giving 2,050 hp and a significantly improved performance at higher altitudes when compared to the earlier Merlin engined versions. After WW2, Mk XIV were flown by many countries into the early fifties. This model depicts a Spit FR XIVE at the fighter school Coxyde BAF. GMAX model by A.F Scrub. Models FSX.Sp1 and FS9 tested under XP and Vista. Spit21 Vista upgraded mdl file included.
Posted May 4, 2009 05:21 by A.F.Scrub
5.92Mb (4353 downloads)
FS2004 / FSX (SP2 / Acceleration compatible) Loire Nieuport LN-411, complete package. The Loire-Nieuport LN-411 was a French dive bomber operated by the "Aeronautique Navale" (= the French Navy) in 1940. This airplane, known as the "French Stuka", had a significant - but unknown ! - role in a couple of battles against the German invasion in 1940. The model has full moving parts and animations (control surfaces, gear, flaps, opening canopy, steering wheel, cockpit animations, ...), an original custom 2D panel and a full animated VC. Designed by Patrice Grange. April 2009.
Posted May 1, 2009 12:33 by Patrice Grange
1.65Mb (3066 downloads)
Re_2005 Sagittario Single-seat fighter-bomber. This model features highly reflective metallic skin and full animations. The panel background has been created entirely from scratch, based on photographic material found on the net. Most of the gauges have been created by the authors, some are default gauges. Included in this model there is also a simple Virtual Cockpit, with working essential flight instruments and animated flight controls. Number built: 38 Not one remains today. Capt. I. D'Attomo Capt. G.Quai
Posted Apr 29, 2009 05:22 by I. D'Attomo
14.00Mb (29532 downloads)
Messerschmitt ME109-E Package for FSX. This is the beautiful Me109 released as freeware by Aeroplane Heaven for FS2004 and now updated for use in FSX. Panel reconfigured to it make compatible using FSX XML gauges. Modified for FSX by Danny Garnier.
Posted Apr 26, 2009 07:42 by GARNIER D
50.43Mb (23105 downloads)
Hawker Hurricane Mk 1 Package for FSX. This is the classic Aeroplane Heaven Hurricane Mk 1 Package released as freeware for FS2004. A few small tweeks to allow it to work OK in FSX. Now you can use this wonderful creation in your FSX without the problem. Comes in Hurricane Mk 1 and Sea Hurricane Mk 1 versions. Full 2d and VC panels. Danny Garnier
Posted Apr 23, 2009 08:58 by GARNIER D
0.80Mb (2096 downloads)
FSX Douglas O-46 The Douglas O-46 was the last of a long line of Douglas Obsevation aircraft designed for the USAAC. It first entered service in 1937. This is a FSX - Acceleration native model. It has the usual animations, reflective glass, working cowl flaps, some bump maps and .dds textures.The 2D panel and VC are based on panels of similar craft of the same era. The VC has working instruments and animated flight controls. By Paul Clawson
Posted Apr 20, 2009 03:11 by Paul Clawson
23.33Mb (4697 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Felixstowe F2A The Felixstowe F2A flying boat was developed from the Curtiss H12 ‘Large America’, using basically the same wing and tail unit, but a completely new fuselage designed by Lieutenant Commander John Porte of the Seaplane Experimental Station at Felixstowe in England. It was for patrol work, mainly over the North Sea, in 1917-18. The F2A continued in service after WW1 until replaced with Supermarine Southamptons. Two variants and three colour schemes included. By Jens B. Kristensen.
Posted Apr 8, 2009 11:28 by Jens B. Kristensen.
16.78Mb (10874 downloads)
FSX Bristol Britannia. This is version 1.0 of an all-new model of the Bristol Britannia. The package contains several variants: Britannia 310 of BOAC, Canadian Pacific, Cubana and British Eagle. Britannia C.1 of the RAF Britannia 102 of BOAC, BKS and Britannia Airways For FSX only. Includes VC. By Jens B. Kristensen.
Posted Apr 8, 2009 11:08 by Jens B. Kristensen.
17.83Mb (11733 downloads)
The Dornier Do X was the largest, heaviest and most powerful flying boat in the world when it was produced by the Dornier company of Germany in 1929. The aircraft was conceived by Dr. Claudius Dornier and took seven years to design and another two years to build. In the design process, a one-to-one wooden mock-up, the first in aviation history, was built. This is the G-max Dornier DO-X base package. Includes 2D panel, 3D panel, sounds and polished aluminium textures (without paint scheme). Inspired in the real aircraft. By Project Eolo - Aeolus Project and Adapted for FSX by Eric Buchmann. 17.8MB
Posted Apr 7, 2009 19:53 by Eric Buchmann
3.93Mb (5152 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Breda Zappata BZ308. Includes details on installing into FSX and FS2004. Called the Italian Constellation, the B.Z.308 was a large low-wing monoplane of all-metal construction, the fuselage had an oval cross-section. It had a large tailplane with endplate fins and rudders, retractable landing gear. Powered by four Bristol Centaurus radial engines driving five-bladded propellers, it was designed for a flightcrew of five, and 55 passengers in two cabins, a high-density model was planned with seats for 80. Although flight testing went well, financial problems and the realisation that competition from American-built airliners would take a major share of the post-war airliner market, along with the pressures to close down the Aeronautical section of the Breda, led to the project being abandoned. Breda stopped producing airplanes subsequently.Two liveries are provided, one for Italian Air Force and one for Factory paint. This model features reflective metallic skin and full animations. The panel background has been created modifying the default DC3 panel, and it is not intended to reproduce the real panel, due to lack of documentation about it. Some gauges are default gauges and some have been created by the authors. Included in this model there is also a simple Virtual Cockpit, with working essential flight instruments and animated flight controls. Capt. I. D'Attomo Capt. G.Quai
Posted Apr 7, 2009 12:22 by I. D'Attomo