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3 repaints for A.F. Scrubs Firefly Mk.IV/Mk.V/Mk.VI, VG-BDG, 825 NAS RCN, flying with Canadian Warplane Heritage. WB 271 Flew with the Royal Navy Historic Flight from 1972 untill she was sadly lost in 2003 with her crew, Neil Rix and Lt.Cdr.Bill Murton, at Duxford. WB 518 flys on in the US as N518WB, in 817 Sqn RAN markings.
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Posted Nov 23, 2009 16:16 by Mike Barnes
2.67Mb (2102 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Fairey Firefly MkV FIX New modelfile with corrected radarpod positions,fixed ground handling with good brake and turning properties and slightly modified panel.Fits both Dutch and Canadian versions.Fix by A.F.Scrub
Posted Nov 23, 2009 04:02 by A.F.Scrub
17.41Mb (3956 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Fairey Firefly MkV warbird The Mk V is the best looking Firefly. The Firefly 5 was produced in three forms, as the NF, FR and AS, all similar externally to the 4. Some models were flown with a fuel tank instead of the radar. The FR.5 carried the radar in the starboard wing nacelle and was equipped with beam approach, IFF and communications radio. You get two variants. Sound file by RB Design. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub (see fix below)
Posted Nov 19, 2009 12:40 by A.F.Scrub
30.68Mb (12365 downloads)
WACO Taperwing Package adapted to use in FSX by Danny Garnier. Original Golden Age Simulations FS9 WACO Taperwing Package Contains 3 complete aircraft, the ATO, CTO and CTO Mailwing with multiple liveries. Designers; Golden Age Simulations; Paul Corish and Gil Halpin. Featuring ATO textures by Leon Louis and CTO Textures by Paul (aka Warbirds) Grubich. Engine designed by Steven Meyers. Beta Testers; Roger Law, Keith Monson, Leon Louis, Steve Meyers, Paul Grubich. Golden Age Simulations is deeply grateful for the contributions of those above in helping us simulate one of the most significant aircraft of the Golden Age. Superb designer so minor modifications to panel and sounds file, including the gauges and made compatible with FSX by Danny Garnier.
Posted Nov 17, 2009 15:23 by GARNIER D
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FSX Vickers Vimy Commercial ver 3 After the end of WW1, Vickers decided to build an airliner version of the Vimy bomber. The prototype Vimy Commercial flew in april 1919. A total of 44 were built, most of them for China. The most well-known example was, however, G-EASI 'City of London', flown by Instone Air Line (and later Imperial Airways) 1920-1926. Version 3 model with better flight dynamics and various other improvement. For FSX, FS2009 users should download VimyC_30.zip instead. By Jens B. Kristensen
Posted Nov 16, 2009 07:50 by Jens B. Kristensen
8.99Mb (2099 downloads)
FSX Vickers Vernon II. The Vernon was developed from the Vimy Commercial, and was the first troop-carrier transport operated by the RAF. It served from 1923 to 1927, mainly in the Middle East and India. For FSX, FS2009 users should download Vernon_10.zip instead. By Jens B. Kristensen
Posted Nov 16, 2009 07:38 by Jens B. Kristensen
24.30Mb (11701 downloads)
FS2004 / FSX (SP2 Acceleration compatible) Latécoère LATE 28 full package. 3 versions (2 land and 1 seaplane), panel, animations, etc. The Laté 28 is the emblematic aircraft of the French Aéropostale during the early thirties. Linked with illustrous names like Mermoz, St-Exupery, Guillaumet, Dabry, Gimié, Collenot, Daurat, and all these legendary pioneers ... Used on the lines between Toulouse, Casablanca, Dakar, St-Louis-du-Sénégal, Rio-de-Janeiro, Buenos-Aires, ... The seaplane version "Comte-de-la-Vaulx", included in the package, achieved the first direct commercial flight across the South Atlantic on May 12th 1930, loaded with 200 kg of mail, operated by Jean Mermoz (pilot), Jean Dabry (navigator) and Léopold Gimié (radio). The model has full moving parts and animations (control surfaces, opening doors, ladders, vintage mail bags and wooden boxes, ground staff, ...) + a custom panel + a Virtual Cockpit. Designed by Patrice Grange, Nov. 2009.
Posted Nov 8, 2009 13:22 by Patrice Grange
15.72Mb (13967 downloads)
FSX/Fs2004 Spitfire Pr XIX: The Spitfire Pr XIX was the last Spitfire to be used in operational service. It was the first of the Griffon-Engined photo reccoversions to enter large scale production. Based on the Mk XIV airframe and the 2,375hp Rolls Royce Griffon 65 or 66 engine with a Rotol 5 bladed Propeller giving it a maximum speed of 723km/h (452mph) at 6,242m (20,500ft). It was an unarmed Photo Recco machine. This is a model of Spitfire PR XIX PS888,with more authentic colors and fixed rudder movement.PPS888 was flown by No.81 Sqdrn in Singapore 1954. Sound file by RB Design. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub
Posted Oct 16, 2009 10:47 by A.F.Scrub
52.84Mb (37750 downloads)
Junkers-52/3M Package. FSX / SP2 / Acceleration/ XP Tested Model V.2 by O.Fischer. Updated for FSX by Nor-Cal Prop Club Full VC & 2D Cockpits The "Junkers-Flugzeugwerke" in Dessau developed it originally as a single engine cargo aircraft in 1930, under chief constructor Ernst Zindel (Dipl. Ing). A few months later construction began on the well known three-engined JU 52/3m, the change was triggered by several interested airlines looking for a reliable design. This version saw commercial service first in 1932. Safety and reliability were equal to todays jet planes.
Posted Oct 15, 2009 23:01 by Ted.T
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FS2004/FSX Firefly Mk7 Warbird The AS.7 variant was a no guns anti-submarine aircraft. Rockets, bombs and depht charges could be carried. The first production Griffon 59-powered Firefly AS.Mk 7 was flown in October 1951. The Firefly Mk 7 had a completely revised installation for the Rolls-Royce Griffon 59 engine. The most notable feature was the deep "beard" radiator. The long-span Mk 1 wings were reinstated and the tail unit was completely redesigned. The Firefly AS Mk7 was intended as an interim anti-submarine aircraft pending availability of the Gannet.The T.Mk7 was a trainer version. You get both models. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub
Posted Oct 4, 2009 10:05 by A.F.Scrub