24.72Mb (863 downloads)
The Northrop BT-1 first flew in 1936 and was assigned to both the USS Yorktown and the USS Enterprise. This model is painted for the Executive Officer of Squadron VB-6 assigned to the USS Enterprise. This package by Paul Clawson features a re-worked VC with more gauges added as well as a new 2D panel. It also includes new smoke effect. Original model by Paul Clawson, new VC configuration and design, new 2D panel and smoke configuration by Michael Pook. This is the whole aircraft.
Posted Jan 20, 2015 05:30 by Michael Pook
25.26Mb (1355 downloads)
Armstrong Whitworth AW-41 Albemarle, another nice CFS2-model now updated for FSX Acceleration. 2 Models (bomber and transporter). Acceptable 2D- & VC-panel configured by Michael Pook with working gauges (all included) and some extra panels (bombsight, turret) and gun-effects for fun. I also put in an extra aircraft.cfg so you can use it as a glider-tug. Enjoy!
Posted Jan 19, 2015 15:25 by erik hertzberger
52.05Mb (1406 downloads)
This is the Douglas Skyshark made by Paul Clawson. The package features an entirely re-worked and enhanced VC with some more gauges added, a new 2D panel as well as new smoke effect. Credits go to Paul Clawson for both the original model and his FSX update. New VC configuration, new 2D panel and smoke effect by Michael Pook
Posted Jan 15, 2015 07:07 by Michael Pook
61.22Mb (1029 downloads)
Blackburn B-26 Botha, a nice CFS2-model now updated for FSX Acceleration. 2 Models (bomber and trainer) and 9 liveries. Acceptable 2D- & VC-panel with working gauges (all included) and some extra's (bombsights), gun-effects for fun. Full credits are for the original designer(s) and repainter, so please read the credits for the original readme's. All I did was putting things together and making it flyable for FSX (also reworked the air.file and the aircraft.cfg). Enjoy!
Posted Jan 8, 2015 16:25 by erik hertzberger
15.70Mb (4285 downloads)
The Douglas DC4 was a quad engines airliner based on the C54 military transport massively used during WWII. The package contains several liveries (Sabena Qantas, SAS, etc). Original model by Jens B. Kristensen. New VC, panels and gauges by Philippe Wallaert. See instructions for installation and configuration in the readme.txt file. Credit Jens B. Kristensen for the original and spendid aircraft.
Posted Dec 23, 2014 10:19 by Philippe Wallaert
16.94Mb (2367 downloads)
The Saunders Roe Princess was one of the most largest flying boats ever built. Its maiden flight took place in 1952. The package features a completely re-modelled vc , which now enables the pilot to view all the engine gauges. Those gauges were originally located in the rear cabin at the flight engineer's seat in the real aircraft. That's why this panel actually is not quite authentic. The package also features a new 2D panel (the original package didn't have one)as well as new smoke effect. Original model by Paul Clawson, new vc configuration, 2D panel and smoke effect by Michael Pook.
Posted Dec 22, 2014 10:32 by Michael Pook
31.21Mb (2876 downloads)
Guenther Kraemers great FS9 Messerschmitt Me-108 Taifun updated for FSX. I put in 4 different panels with full working VC's, extra Shift+panels and all the liveries I could find (11). Enjoy! (Now includes missing gauges. Apologies)
Posted Dec 22, 2014 03:32 by erik hertzberger
85.34Mb (1822 downloads)
This is the FSX native Fokker D.21 fighter, created by Dutcheeseblend. It comes in two variations: an early (1938) and a late (1940) model, painted in the Dutch LVA registration 213. Version 1.00
Posted Dec 18, 2014 22:58 by Daan Kaasjager
4.20Mb (680 downloads)
FSX Acceleration Aero A 102 Gullwing Fighter Prototype. The Aero A.102 was a Czechoslovakian gull winged fighter aircraft that flew in prototype form in 1934. Climb rate, top speed and manoeuvrability proved good but landing speed was considered to be too high and no production followed. Original FS2002 mdl by Milan Lisner, upgraded to FSX Acceleration (only) by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Dec 17, 2014 15:02 by A.F.Scrub
9.46Mb (3509 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Messerschmitt BF109G10 The Messerschmitt Bf 109 G-10 'Gustav' was the most numerous German fighter in service with the Luftwaffe during the last years of WW2. By early Spring 1944, the Bf.109G-10 variant had replaced the Bf.109G-6 in mass-production, being powered by the DB 605D engine with an improved supercharger. Without external pylons, the G-10 was the fastest Bf-109G variant, with a top speeds of 550 km/h at sea level and 680 km/h at 7,400 m. Four mdls, clean or with guns/rocket launchers. Tested in FS2004/FSX/FSXacceleration, windows 7/8. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Dec 16, 2014 13:33 by A.F.Scrub