5.34Mb (1583 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Bristol Blenheim Mk I The Bristol Blenheim was the first modern 2 engine metal skinned bomber of the RAF. By the outbreak of World War II few Blenheim Mk Is remained in service with home-based bomber squadrons, having been superseded in the bombing role by the Blenheim Mk IV. But their usefulness was by no means ended, many continuing to serve as conversion trainers and, initially, as crew trainers in OTUs. Original model by Thicko,upgrade to FSX/FS2004 by A.F.Scrub
Posted Sep 27, 2014 04:55 by A.F.Scrub
6.95Mb (1289 downloads)
Fs2004/FSX Morane Saulnier D-3802 The Swiss continued development of the MS.412 when French involvement stopped following the June 1940 Armistice. The D.3802 was based on the MS.540, with a Sauer YS-2 (1250 hp) engine. The prototype flew in the autumn of 1944. After being retired from operational use as a fighter, the type remained in service as a trainer and target tug until 1959. Tested in FSX Acceleration, FSX and FS2004, Windows 7 and 8. GMAX model by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Sep 20, 2014 02:59 by A.F.Scrub
8.70Mb (479 downloads)
This is a panel update of my earliar update of the Critical Mass. I enhanced the VC and cleaned it up so now there aren't double gauges anymore. I also modified the 2D panel, which now enables the pilot to look out of the 2D cockpit by zooming out. This is the whole aircraft. Original model by A.F. Scrub, new panel configuration by Michael Pook.
Posted Sep 13, 2014 04:54 by Michael Pook
21.68Mb (2556 downloads)
FSX / FS2004 Yak-7 winter paint, Stalingrad, 1942. Complete package, 3 versions, with full moving parts, animations, custom panel and a full virtual cockpit. The Soviet Yakovlev Yak-7 was developed from the earlier Yak-1 fighter, initially as a trainer but quickly converted back into a fighter. Substantially the Yak-7 was a two seat Yak-1 and, even when used as a fighter, the rear cockpit has often been retained as it could be used to carry technical personnel during moves or to rescue shot-down pilots. Surprisingly, the Yak-7 has often been considered as a better fighter than the original Yak-1. The one presented here wears the classical white winter paint used during the battle of Stalingrad at the end of 1942. This original package contains 3 versions: clean version with one pilot, clean with pilot and instructor (trainer), or armed with Soviet rockets. Includes full moving parts and animations (control surfaces, gear, flaps, opening canopies, landing light, ...), an original custom 2D panel and a full animated VC. Designed by Patrice Grange, September 2014.
Posted Sep 8, 2014 04:32 by Patrice Grange
5.39Mb (1333 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Blohm & Voss Ha-139 V1 & V2 floatplane from 1937. This upgrade of my very first 3D-model comes with a dynamic VC with animated yokes and throttles. Also the seats for the navigator, engineer and radio operator are represented. The Ha139 was one of the biggest float planes ever built. It was a German catapult launched mail-carrier plane, equipped with four Diesel Engines. Only three planes was buildt: V1 "Nordwind", V2 "Nordmeer" and V3"Nordstern". The planes was used to shorten the time for transatlantic cross overs. Therefore they was carried on a tender vessel and when within proper range (max. 5000 km) they was catapulted for take offs. This upgrade provides not only a VC but also seven additional look around offset views for FS2004 and four cockpit cameras (addditional to the seven aircraft cameras) for FSX and two paints for "Nordwind" and "Nordmeer". A very special animation is included: A supply boat is approaching and stopping at the float. This is a whole airplane, made by Erwin Welker
Posted Sep 7, 2014 01:17 by Erwin Welker
1.60Mb (112 downloads)
Simulator: FS2004 and FSX Aircraft: Curtiss Jenny JN4D Texture Set Manufacturer Default FS2004 Micosoft aircraft Livery: Bluegrass - Bluegrass VA Airlines Created by: Ford Tri-Motor Project Team Web address: http://www.ford-tri-motor.net Representing: A Virtual Airline known as Bluegrass Airlines which is a little different than most VA's due to the fact that they don't put a lot of restrictions on their pilots. http://www.bluegrassairlines.com/ This is one of the more than 50 NEW Curtiss Jenny texture sets now available for free at the Ford-Tri-Motor Project site. Accessable via the "Other Aircraft" button on the web site. http://www.ford-tri-motor.net The site also has a copy of the open source Microsoft Default aircraft + a 3 texture pack for Both FS2004 and FSX Also 2 different Paint Kits available for those that want to experiment with their own repaints. And of course many other FREE repaints for your entertainment.
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Posted Sep 2, 2014 05:48 by Garry J. Smith and Edward C. Moore
5.51Mb (1030 downloads)
This is the Heinkel He-280, originally designed by Pedro Paulo Rezende (JRLucariny Airplanes) for FS2002 with a new static VC. The package also features smoke effect. VC and smoke configuration by Michael Pook.
Posted Aug 31, 2014 09:18 by Michael Pook
14.11Mb (1229 downloads)
The He-178 was the world's very first jet aircraft, whose maiden flight took place on August 27, 1939, just before the outbreak of WWII. It was a very small aircraft but reached a top speed of well over 400 mph, more than any fighter at the time. However, it never made it to mass production and never went to service, because the Ministry of German Aviation didn't consider it a useful weapon as it was too small and didn't have enough range. So after some test flights the project was abandoned. The package, originally designed for FS2002 by the team of geocities/ thedrachensnest, features a completely re-designed VC and 2D panel as well as FSX compatible smoke effects. It includes two models, a prototype and a fictional (what if?) repaint. Credits go the team mentioned above for the original model. Repaints, VC and 2D panel as well as smoke effect configuration by Michael Pook.
Posted Aug 29, 2014 10:13 by Michael Pook
36.88Mb (2808 downloads)
Although requested as an update this is the FULL FREEFLIGHT AIRCRAFT capable of accurately dropping bombs from 8000 feet with a probable impact error of less than 60 feet. Essentually it is identical to the original upload of my Plane Design MkX Canadian Lancaster on tour in the UK 2014 except for the addition of a bombsight for aiming the Chris Sykes 1000 lb bombs. This packages does not replace the original upload. It however, allows the simmer to release a full Lancaster bomb load of 14 x 1000 pound bombs or just 1. An illustrated pdf explains the use of the bombsight first developed back in CFS1 in 2004 to sink the Tirpitz. Package is by Ross McLennan. WIDE VIEW ASPECT ONLY, not suitable for P3D.
Posted Aug 26, 2014 05:26 by Ross McLennan