34.18Mb (1681 downloads)
Before the First World War, airships had been used as commercial airline carriers and for reconnaissance vehicles by the Army, no one had considered using them as bombers. Designed by Count Ferdinand Von Zeppelin, the airships were built from a rigid cigar shaped metal structure of circular frames connected by longitudinal beams. This made them strong enough to be fitted with engines and to carry a useful payload. There were steering fins at the rear and gondolas suspended below for the crew and engines. More crew compartments were inside the main frame as well as spaces for cargo and bags that contained the hydrogen gas for lift.
Posted Feb 27, 2016 15:59 by Andreas Becker
6.61Mb (925 downloads)
FSX Kawasaki Ki-100-I Ko The Kawasaki Ki-100 was a fighter aircraft used by the Imperial Japanese Army in World War II. 275 Ki-100 airframes were built as Ki-61's before being modified to accept a radial engine in place of the original inline engine. The emergency measure of adapting a Ki-61-II-KAI fighter to carry a Mitsubishi radial engine resulted in one of the best interceptors used by the Army during the entire war. It combined excellent power and maneuverability and it performed better than most other IJAAF fighters. Two models. Upgrade to FSX by A.F.Scrub
Posted Feb 24, 2016 03:38 by A.F.Scrub
14.92Mb (877 downloads)
The Elcano Squadron Air Raid refers to a group of Spanish planes made in 1926 between the aerodrome of Cuatro Vientos (Madrid) and Manila, in a trip that was expected to last about 30 days. Model by Jean Marie Mermaz, texture by Juan Villamor. Works FS2004.
Posted Feb 18, 2016 11:56 by Juan Villamor
19.55Mb (1103 downloads)
Mitsubishi K3M3 'Pine', Japanese WW2 trainer, light transport and liason aircraft, originally made for CFS2 by Baldy, now updated for FSX with acceptable VC and some extra panels (all gauges included). Extra textures by UncleTgt, orig prop textures by Kelticheart. Rear-gunner effects included for fun, shift+E opens the main door and \-key gets the observer up. You have to foddle a bit with Shift+Enter/Ctrl+Enter/ShiftCtrl+Enter to work yourself around the VC to get in the proper pilot's position.
Posted Jan 24, 2016 11:19 by erik hertzberger
12.48Mb (1722 downloads)
FSX Rocket Plane Bachem Ba349 Natter with launch base scenery. At the end of WWII the Natter (kind of snake) was a German prototype for an inceptor, proposed to attack allied bombers. Unpropelled test flights was successfully performed but the only one manned rocket launch endet in a total loss of aircraft and pilot. Some Natters remained and they are displayed in different museums. With this addon you can perform a vertical rocket launch and your mission is to attack the B-17 bombers crossing the launch base. The scenery with three launch masts, three more Natters, an typical German medevial castle, ai-military vehicles (some are made by Lazarus Starkweather) and fife B-17 bombers runs with the use of ai-carriers2; no installation of a scenery is needed. Not tested in Acceleration. FSDS 3.5 Natter model and scenery made by Erwin Welker
Posted Jan 4, 2016 04:52 by Erwin Welker
6.72Mb (982 downloads)
This is the superb Submarine Spitfire model by A.F.Scrub in a historical paint of the Israel Air Force Spitfire 57 also known as Ezer Weitzman's Black Spit Textures by Mark Rooks of RDG Aircraft. Aircraft has a 2D and 3D panel. Includes Pictures and History of Spitfire 57
Posted Dec 25, 2015 19:37 by Mark Fireball Rooks
18.63Mb (1499 downloads)
Civilian Coupe Mk2. Design originated in about 1926 by Harold Boultbee, Assistant Chief Designer at Handley Page, resigning in 1928 to produce his Coupe aircraft. G-AAIL was first flown on 11 August 1929 powered by an ABC Hornet of a nominal 80 HP. Flight tests at Martlesham Heath did not fare too well, in flight handling & the forward view were criticised. Further woes were added when the undercarriage collapsed & some engine bearers broke due to vibrations from the Hornet engine.
Posted Dec 16, 2015 09:53 by Mike Lietz
8.61Mb (865 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Spitfires_MkIX South Africa The success of the Mk IX reduced the importance of the Mk VIII. Although the first production model was completed in November 1942, it took until June 1943 for the first squadron to be equipped with the model. One reason for the delay was that it had been decided to use the Mk VIII in the Mediterranean and Far East, and so the first squadron to use it was No. 145, based on Malta. By the summer of 1943 the crisis in the Mediterranean was in the past, and the Mk VIII saw most of its service during the invasion of Italy, often in a ground attack role.
Posted Dec 7, 2015 04:36 by A.F.Scrub
25.18Mb (1150 downloads)
Yokosuka E14Y1 "Glen" floatplane, another nice CFS2 model now flyable in FSX. Rudimentary VC with working gauges (included), 8 liveries and a possibility to catapult the plane from every place you like. All credits go to Baldy for his nice model, UncleTGT for his great textures, Doug Dawson/Rob Barendregt for their magnificent gauges and Erwin Welker for his gun&bomb-effects. Enjoy!
Posted Dec 2, 2015 06:51 by erik hertzberger
219.00Mb (1083 downloads)
FSX native models. The RWD-13 was a Polish three-seater sports and touring strutted high-wing monoplane of a mixed construction, designed by Stanislaw Rogalski and Jerzy Drzewiecki of the RWD team in 1934. The RWD-13S was air ambulance variant with a starboard hatch for stretchers in the fuselage,modified rear doors and removed one seat. Plane has wings folded rearwards equipped with automatic slats, 6 textures sets, fully animated VC , modifiable accessories,PDF instruction (in aircraft folder) and custom external control panel. Paint Kit available in another link. The add-on is compatible with FSX Acc and P3D v2 (should be ok in later versions). By Rob Kowalski from FlyFreeStudio.
Posted Nov 27, 2015 09:13 by Rob Kowalski