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This is an FSX Acceleration update for the unique and famous flying boat Dornier Do-X. The airplane, designed and built by the Dormier company in 1929, was the heaviest and most powerful aircraft of its time. The package features both a completely redone and enhanced VC and 2D panel with a lot more gauges added. Also, the flight and engine tuning had to be altered, as the aircraft evidently had not enough power and uplift for take-off in FSX Acceleration. In addition, smoke effect for the six engines has been added to give the aircraft a more realistic appearence in flight. Original FS2002/2004 model by Project Aeol0-Aeolus Project and earliar FSX update by Eric Buchmann, gauges developed by Horst Weingarther and Bastian Hundt and sounds by Mike Hambly. Reworked VC and 2D panel, flight tuning update and smoke effect configuration by Michael Pook.
Posted May 18, 2015 08:07 by Michael Pook
21.62Mb (1542 downloads)
The Hispano Suiza Buchon was a Spanish version of the German Messerschmitt BF 109 G-2 resulting from a cooperation between the Hispano Suiza Company and Messerschmitt. A developed version with an improved engine appeared in 1951, of which 200 units were planned but only 65 were ever built. This FSX package features a reworked and enhanced VC and 2D panel as well as smoke effect added. In addition, a flight tuning entry in the aircraft.cfg imptoves the plane's take-off considerably and a new VC light configuration enables the pilot to fly the plane at night.Original model by A. F. Scrub, new vc configuration, 2D panel improvement, VC light configuration and flight tuning by Michael Pook.
Posted May 16, 2015 08:15 by Michael Pook
12.11Mb (2333 downloads)
This is the Messerschmitt BF-110E with a new VC design and configuration for FSX as the default VC was quite poor. Both the 2D panel and VC are now equipped with all German gauges. In addition, the flight tuning has been corrected for an easier take-off of the aircraft and smoke has been added. Original model and first FSX update by the team of GroundCrewDesign, reworked and configured VC as well as smoke effect and new thumbnails by Michael Pook.
Posted May 12, 2015 07:31 by Michael Pook
59.64Mb (797 downloads)
THIS PACKAGE IS DEDICATED TO SGT JOHNNY JOHNSON the last British survivor of the Dambuster raid on the Ruhr Dams 17 May 1943. It has been a great honor for me to be involved in providing simulation video to illustrate an interview on the Sorpe Dam Raid for the new Bomber Command Centre in Lincoln to be opened in October 2015. These are two of the aircraft used for that film. Refer pdf's in Documents for details. As in previous Dambuster uploads the aircraft are fs9 Plane-Design Lancasters updated to FSX. The Paints for AJ-Q and AJ-T are by Koos van Menen of the Netherlands who also provided the droppable Upkeep, the Flak at the Hamm Railway yards and rearward firing guns for the Lancaster. The Howden and Derwent Dam walls and towers by John Young. Saved flights are provided to sim the event AND to easily locate the Derwent and Sorpe Dams. The flyable aircraft are FULL FSX versions packaged by Ross McLennan. THIS PACKAGE IS NOT SUITABLE FOR p3d.
Posted May 9, 2015 23:00 by Ross McLennan
29.95Mb (1812 downloads)
The Messerschmitt Me 262 HG3 Donnervogel (Thunderbird) was planned by Messerschmitt as an advanced successor for the Me-262 Schwalbe jet fighter towards the end of WWII, but it was never built due to the approaching end of WWII. The aircraft actually almost looked like a modern jet fighter and was to be the fastest plane ever built at the time. The package features the two original textures and a completely newly designed and reworked VC as well as a photorealistic 2D panel by Erwin Welker. In addition, new burner flame and smoke effect have been added to the aircraft. Also, the pop-up windows for radios and GPS have been re-positioned and re-sized to have a better view out of the cockpit while using them in flight. Original model by Christian Drawz and "Flusi 4 You", photorealistic 2D panel by Erwin Welker and new reworked VC and update for FSX as well as new effects by Michael Pook.
Posted May 6, 2015 05:52 by Michael Pook
6.88Mb (858 downloads)
FS2004/FSX/Acceleration Heinkel He-280B photopanel upgrade. This rare model of a German WWII jetfighter was originally made for CFS2 by JR Lucariny. My upgrade provides a converted model for FS9/FSX-use with a semi realistic photo panel with a matching static VC and a weapon effect configuration. Of course the panel can be used also in CFS2 or FS2000/2002 but I can't test the gauges. This is a complete aircraft. Model conversion and Panel by Erwin Welker.
Posted May 5, 2015 02:44 by Erwin Welker
97.09Mb (1791 downloads)
This is the second version of the freeware Fokker D.21, made by Dutcheeseblend. Complete detailed exterior and VC. Included are seven variations and two models. With respect to V1.00, the FD, liveries and model have been updated. New variations added. Equipped with TacPack. See the accompanying manual for detailed information. Version 2.00 (2-May-15)
Posted May 2, 2015 14:11 by Daan Kaasjager
28.86Mb (563 downloads)
Repaint for Manfred Jahn's C-47v2 in N3006 "Esther Mae" livery, clean and silver in color also with this paint you get exhaust effects and the A2A Shockwave light configuration for this great add-on for FSX. There are exhaust and flame effects with this package, photo of real aircraft included. "Around the World in Esther Mae" Flight plan added in this package starting at Alliance Airport Ft Worth, TX and return to Meacham Field Ft.Worth, TX. This an airport to airport VFR flight with waypoints set on average every 300nm, some shorter, some longer. The flight it will take you westward to California, then north into Canada. From there to Alaska then crossing the bearing straight to Russia and into Asia, you will fly into Indo-China and the Middle East across Africa and into Europe. Crossing the English channel into the UK and north to Iceland, Greenland, Nova Scotia, and back to the United States and down to Fort Worth some 20,000 plus miles in the flight.
Posted Apr 28, 2015 19:46 by David Robles
0.17Mb (671 downloads)
This is a fix for the Sikorsky S-38. Some simmers seem to have problems with the aircraft leaning left while standing still on water. Also, the aircraft is not controllable during take-off from land. Sorry for the inconvenience. Fix by Michael Pook.
Posted Apr 28, 2015 02:14 by Michael Pook