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Porco Rosso's SAVOIA S-21 From the 1992 animated movie Porco Rosso. Based on the SIAI S.21, an Italian racing flying boat built by SIAI for the 1921 Schneider Trophy race. In the animated film 'Porco Rosso', the main protagonist's plane is referred to as Savoia S.21. However, it does not resemble the real S.21.
Posted Feb 2, 2020 09:35 by Gary D Shetter III
9.45Mb (409 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Phonix D.I WW1 fighter. The Phönix D. I biplane was intended as a replacement for the Hansa-Brandenburg D. I. Although it was produced in smaller numbers (120 D. I, 45 D. II, and 48 D. IIa fighters) than the Aviatik D. I and did not begin entering service until October 1917, the Phönix D-series fighters are generally considered the best fighters designed and produced in Austria-Hungary. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Jan 28, 2020 16:28 by A.F.Scrub
47.25Mb (1486 downloads)
FSX Native PT-17 Stearman. This is Dave Eckert's beautiful PT17 Stearman converted to FSX native (with permission) for FSX, P3D, and P3Dv4. Includes the Eagle Field scenery upgraded to FSX standard. By Dave Eckert / Ed Akridge.
Posted Jan 14, 2020 02:15 by uploader
7.92Mb (243 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Gotha WD-11 float biplane. The WD-11 was large twin-engined reconnaissance and torpedo-bomber seaplane, It was powered by two 6-cyl 172 hp Mercedes D.III engines, and had a max. speed of 120 kph (75 mph). It could carry a 1598 lb Whitehead torpedo, and saw service in the North Sea and Baltic. 12 units were built. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Jan 12, 2020 08:06 by A.F.Scrub
220.22Mb (615 downloads)
The first Douglas DC-3 planes that flew to Iberia had been military transports of the C-47A version. The first DC-3 that were used in Spain were three devices that were lost and landed by mistake in the Protectorate of Morocco. For two decades this plane would be the most important part of the air transport system in Spain, both civil and military. All the planes that arrived at the airlines were C-47 military, with the floor reinforced The internal configuration of the DC-3 was 21 seats, although the strong existing demand then forced the installation of folding seats, which increased the capacity to 25 seats, although sometimes it reached up to 28, which was the maximum capacity . The file contains two real models, with liveries used between 1953-1963 and 1963-1966. Based on the Manfred Jahn and team DC3/C47
Posted Jan 6, 2020 05:01 by JALopezR
10.13Mb (313 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Gotha WD-14 Wasserdoppeldecker reconnaissance and torpedo bomber, 1916 Large twin-engined torpedo bomber seaplane, built by Gothaer Waggonfabrik A.G. in 1916, powered by two 6-cyl 230 hp Benz Bz IV engines. Max. speed was 80 mph, and it could cary a 1598 lb Whitehead torpedo. It saw service in the North Sea and Baltic, and was later used for long distance marine reconnaissance and as minelayer. 69 units were built. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub
Posted Jan 1, 2020 10:06 by A.F.Scrub
188.79Mb (549 downloads)
In March 1947, the Spanish Air Force bought the first two C-47s from Iberia. Between October 1961 and March 1963 they were purchased directly in the USA. another 30 planes The withdrawal of the C-47 aircraft began in 1977 and the last aircraft dropped in January 1980. Based on the Manfred Jahn and team DC3/C47
Posted Dec 27, 2019 10:24 by JALopezR
45.86Mb (552 downloads)
FSX/FS2004/Acceleration/P3dV3 German prewar biplane Arado-95. That floatplane was supposed as coastal patrol, reconnaissance and light attack fighter. The first prototype, an all-metal biplane, was powered by a BMW 132 radial engine, flew in 1936. The prototype of the Ar-195 with wheels instead of floats was proposed for carrier operations on the never completed German aircraft Carrier Graf Zeppelin. FSDS 3.5 model by Erwin Welker
Posted Dec 27, 2019 03:53 by Erwin Welker
19.28Mb (554 downloads)
The Supermarine Sea Otter was a British designed anphibian biplane intended to replace the once venerable Supermarine Walrus in the Royal Air Force reconnaissance and search and rescue missions. It had the distinctions of being the last biplane flying boat to achieve front line service in Great Britain’s armed force. The package features an entirely resorked VC and 2D panel with all new gauges. Credits go to A.F. Scrub for the original model and to Hans van Spelde for the Dutch repaint. Panel updates and new gauge configuration by Michael Pook. The model may work in FS2004 and P3D (v.3). This is the whole aircraft.
Posted Dec 26, 2019 09:18 by Michael Pook