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The NAA O-47 was a 3 crew member observation plane developed in the late 1930's. It had many windows for use with the huge Fairchild camera of those days. This role quickly changed to a fast unarmed aircraft for most of WW2. Most of the O-47's were assigned to ANG units and served in many training roles. This is an FSX update of the aircraft with both a new VC and 2D panel. Original model by the late Paul Clawson and the great sound by "Elmo's FSX SoundSets", panel updates and smoke configuration by Michael Pook.
Posted Aug 3, 2017 12:50 by Michael Pook
27.79Mb (1602 downloads)
This famous aircraft was the second British jet fighter and had a brilliant carreer (more than 3,000 units) and was launched in 1943 and retired in 1979. Original model design by Robert Richardson. FD improvements, panels for wide and standard screen, gauges including GPWS callout by Philippe Wallaert. See instructions in the readme.txt file. Enjoy!
Posted Jul 30, 2017 12:48 by Philippe Wallaert
216.96Mb (2450 downloads)
FSX Default De Havilland DHC2 Beaver Float Plane with 23 liveries added. Various Repaints I've had in my collection for some time, scoured the internet for many of these. Included in the Panel is a Country Location Gauge so you'll know exactly where you are Flying over, city, country state. Also various exterior & interior views. Whole aircraft included.
Posted Jul 28, 2017 01:07 by Jetranger
28.73Mb (3055 downloads)
This old lady is a legend, launched in 1935 she was still in service at the end of the last century. This is the amphibian version designed by C Edwards. FSX adaptation, VC, panels for wide and standard screen, gauges including GPWS callout by Philippe Wallaert. ECU gauge by H Pralle. See instructions in the readme.txt file. Nice flights!
Posted Jul 26, 2017 02:11 by Philippe Wallaert
26.39Mb (1020 downloads)
The Messerschmitt development department received a directive in 1942 to begin work on a Zerstörer (destroyer, or heavy fighter). An earlier RLM directive of 1941 had tried to limit the amount of new designs coming from the major aircraft companies (to not disrupt the production lines with new aircraft), so it was decided to couple two Bf 109 fuselages together, along with a new center wing and tailplane section, to come up with the Me 109Z (Zwilling, or twin). A prototype was completed in early 1943, but it was damaged in an Allied air attack on the Messerschmitt test center, and the damage was deemed too severe for repair. The development was abandoned in 1944, and by then, the Me 262 jet fighter had taken wing. This is an update for the Me-109 Zwilling, recently converted for FSX by Eric Hertzberger. Its focus lies upon an improved and more realistic looking VC and interior, but I also added wing and vc lights, improved the FDE and added smoke effect as well as new thumbnails. Gauges are all authentic German in both the VC and 2D panel. This is the whole package for easy installation. Credits go to Daisuke Iga,Kazunari Shinada and Kawauso Hermitage for the original CF2 model and to Eric Hertzberger for his FSX conversion. All new updates by Michael Pook.
Posted Jul 22, 2017 03:21 by Michael Pook
165.93Mb (2980 downloads)
The Beechcraft AT-11 for FSX Native v1.0 Models by Milton Shupe, panel and gauges by Scott Thomas, textures by the late Damian Radice, and Sounds by Nigel Richards. Four models and ten textures included. Damian's Paint kit is available at SOH and Flightsim.
Posted Jul 19, 2017 15:12 by Milton Shupe
33.83Mb (747 downloads)
Messerschmitt Me-109Z (Zwilling/Twins), another great CFS2 plane now flyable in FSX Acceleration. 2 (proto)types (fighter & bomber version) with different textures. Nice VC with working gauges (included), many thanks to those who made them for us flightsimmers!. All credits go to the original authors (PLEASE SEE THE ORIGINAL README's !!). All I did was making it flyable in FSX (updated the mdl.file, the aircraft.cfg and the air.file), reworked the panels to make the gauges work in FSX, putting in some extra's and put in a new soundfile with great starter sounds. Gun effects for fun. Enjoy!
Posted Jul 19, 2017 14:15 by erik hertzberger