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FSX/FS2004 Spitfire Mk XIV clipped bubbletop
24.82Mb (1327 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Spitfire Mk XIV clipped bubbletop: The Mk XIV was the most important of the Griffon powered Spitfires, and the only one to see significant wartime service. It used the two-speed two-stage supercharged Griffon 61 or 65, giving 2,050 hp. It had a significantly improved performance at speed and higher altitudes when compared to the earlier Merlin powered Spitfires . Model by A.F.Scrub
Posted Apr 18, 2021 05:37 by A.F.Scrub
FSX Blohm & Voss Ha-139 V1 & V2 Mail-Carrier Floatplane_final upgrade
36.84Mb (635 downloads)
FSX/Acceleration Blohm & Voss Ha-139 V1 & V2 floatplanes from 1937. This is the second and final upgrade of my very first 3D-model I've buildt in 2014. The new models are completly reworked and has now glossy barematal textures (no glossy in P3d!) and a very detailed VC with an interior which is regarding to old photographs as realisticly as possible. 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 were buildt: V1 "Nordwind", V2 "Nordmeer" and V3"Nordstern". The planes were used to shorten the time for transatlantic cross overs. Therefore they were carried on a tender vessel and when within proper range (max. 5000 km) they were catapulted for take offs. A very special animation is included: A supply boat is approaching and stopping at the float. Eleven FSX camera views let you watch the animations or let visit you the working areas for the crew. FSDS model and 2D panel by Erwin Welker
Posted Apr 10, 2021 01:15 by Erwin Welker
Potez 56 for FSX
27.48Mb (786 downloads)
Potez 56 for FSX Designed by Louis Coroller as a transport aircraft, the Potez 560 prototype made its first flight on June 18, 1934. Built largely of wood, the aircraft was a low-floating plane with a wing profile similar to that of the Potez 53 racing plane, and a single-wing vertical tail. It had excellent aerodynamic contours. A small production run of 16 aircraft was built for various airlines. Denis Fouchard
Posted Mar 25, 2021 12:42 by uploader
Bernard 207T for FSX
6.30Mb (338 downloads)
Bernard 207T for FSX Description = Aircraft built by the firm Bernard during the year 1933. The interior is on the model of the Delahaye Delage cars. The pilots Rene Marchesseau, Thuilliez and Decombe undertook a journey from the dark continent to Madagascar and the Cape with 400 liters of gasoline and this plane bears the name of the seaside resort of Berck sur mer. The 30.000 km journey stopped halfway between Niamey and the lake Chad for damaged propeller. Denis Fouchard
Posted Mar 25, 2021 12:39 by uploader
Latecoere 28.3H for FSX
15.72Mb (311 downloads)
Latecoere 28.3H for FSX In the 1920s, airliners were produced by many French firms. The most prolific was probably the SIDAL company, owned by Pierre-Georges Latecoere. The Late-3 (flown by the Ligne France Espagne Maroc airline) was the first to go on line. It was a small single-engine biplane, type D.H.4. In 1922 a single-engine 6-seat Late 8 Limousine was introduced. It was used in France and Spain, but it was not a success. Because of it, Latecoeur was even put on trial. The next was the Late 16. It was produced in a small series. This and subsequent passenger aircraft Latecoer - twin-engine Late 15 (6 passengers, 1925), single-engine Late 17 and Late 26 (1926), were high-flying trailing planes. The Late 26 was built in large series. Denis Fouchard
Posted Mar 25, 2021 12:39 by uploader
Latecoere 300 for FSX
13.69Mb (400 downloads)
Latecoere 300 for FSX The Late 300 series of seaplanes is not as well known to aviation enthusiasts as their 290-298 series counterparts. And that's not surprising. The 300 series was hardly ever produced individually, nor was it used as extensively. Nevertheless, the Late 300 was well worth a look. Denis Fouchard
Posted Mar 25, 2021 12:38 by uploader
Potez 62 for FSX
10.05Mb (331 downloads)
Potez 62 for FSX The prototype Potez 62 civil airliner, based on the military Potez 54, made its maiden flight on 28 January 1935. It retained the strut-braced high-set wing of the Potez 54, which was married to a redesigned fuselage of excellent aerodynamic form. Pilot and co-pilot were seated side-by-side in a control cabin with, to their rear, two cabins accommodating up to 16 passengers. The Potez 621, flown later in 1935, introduced 537kW Hispano-Suiza 12Xrs Vee engines and 2 sweepback on the wings. Production totalled 23, four of the 14 machines built as Potez 62s later being converted to Potez 621 standard, and in 1937 nine Potez 62s were re-engined with 671kW Gnome-Rhone 14N16/17 radials. Denis Fouchard
Posted Mar 25, 2021 12:34 by uploader
Wibault 283T for FSX
16.08Mb (376 downloads)
Wibault 283T for FSX The prototype Penhoet Wibault 280-T first flew at Villacoublay in November 1930 with the development backed by funds from the Penhoët shipyards of St Nazaire. It was an all-metal low-wing cantilever monoplane powered by three 300 hp (224 kW) Hispano-Wright 9Qa radial engines although these were soon replaced by three Gnome-Rhône 7Kb and the aircraft was redesignated the Wibault 281-T. A second aircraft was built to the 281 standard but then it was converted to a Wibault 282-T with three 350 hp (261 kW) Gnome-Rhône 7Kd engines and room for 12 passengers, seven further aircraft were built as 282s. Some of the 282s were operated by Air Union on the Paris-London Voile d'Or ("Golden Clipper") service in 1933. In 1934 Air France took delivery of the first of ten Wibault 283-Ts which had an increased fuel capacity and modified tail. Some of the 282s were converted to 283 standard. Some of the commercial aircraft were later taken over as military transports. Denis Fouchard
Posted Mar 25, 2021 12:25 by uploader
Potez 620 for FSX
9.26Mb (269 downloads)
Potez 620 for FSX It retained the Potez 54's high-positioned sub-wing, which was attached to a redesigned fuselage with an excellent aerodynamic shape. The commander and co-pilot were seated side by side, with two compartments behind them accommodating up to 16 passengers. The serial plane with a Gnome-Rhône 14Kirs engine of 820 hp was designated Potez 620. Denis Fouchard
Posted Mar 25, 2021 12:24 by uploader
FSX Latecoere 28.1H 941 "Ouragan"
7.27Mb (533 downloads)
FSX Latecoere 28.1H 941 "Ouragan". Single-engine transport plane. 16 examples built for Aeropostale which used them on the Toulouse-Casablanca route. High wing monoplane. Wooden and metal wing, metal fuselage, canvas on the back. The Latecoere 28 was a successful French long-haul mail plane and passenger airliner of the 1930s. It was the main-stay of Air France's predecessor, Aeropostale in its efforts to establish intercontinental air mail services and support French colonialism and French cultural influence between the wars. By Denis Fouchard.
Posted Mar 21, 2021 05:57 by uploader