8.66Mb (2253 downloads)
The EF-132 was one of the last aircraft project developments undertaken by Junkers in early 1945. Construction work had begun, but when an order was given to stop all work the project was cancelled. The package features FSX compatible gauges, a new basic VC and added smoke effects. Original model by Kazunori Ito, updated for FSX by Michael Pook and Erwin Welker.
Posted Dec 29, 2013 14:37 by Michael Pook
13.15Mb (2385 downloads)
The Me-262 HG3 was designed for the German Luftwaffe towards the end of WWII, but was never built, because the end of the war put an end to the German aircraft industry. The modern looking plane was expected to fly at a top speed of 1ooo km/h. The package features FSX compatible gauges, a new basic VC and smoke effects. Original model by Kazunori Ito, updated for FSX by Michael Pook.
Posted Dec 29, 2013 08:51 by Michael Pook
9.10Mb (3556 downloads)
The Mig-17F was a refined version of the famous Mig-15 of the Korean War in the 1950s. The package features FSX compatible gauges, a new basic VC and smoke effects. Original model by Kazunori Ito, updated for FSX by Michael Pook.
Posted Dec 29, 2013 08:22 by Michael Pook
10.98Mb (1306 downloads)
FSX Acceleration Handley Page Halton. A number of C Mk VIII Halifaxes were converted for civilian service after WW2. Twelve were employed by BOAC as cargo aircraft, as Handley Page HP 70 Haltons. The Halton had a short civilian career, starting late in 1946 and ending in May 1948. Forty-one privately owned Halifax cargo planes were used in the Berlin airlift, carrying 54,000 tons of supplies to the city. Alphasim freeware upgraded to FSXacceleration. In FSXnormal,you lose some textures. Mods by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Dec 27, 2013 02:41 by A.F.Scrub
51.14Mb (570 downloads)
FSX textures only "Around The World" Pack, three texture paints for FSX Douglas C-47 Skytrain V2. included personalized virtual cockpit paint. Repaint by Hani Michal.
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Posted Dec 26, 2013 19:16 by Hani Michal
15.07Mb (2476 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Spitfire Mk XVI LF: The Mk XVI was a late production Spitfire with an American-built Packard Merlin 266, license-built version of the Rolls-Royce Merlin 66. The difference in service tooling between the British and American engines necessitated the introduction of the new mark. This is the clipped wing version.Tested in FS2004/FSX/FSX Acceleration. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Dec 24, 2013 05:18 by A.F.Scrub
9.27Mb (1377 downloads)
This aircraft was designed for the German Luftwaffe towards the end of WWII. However, the end of the war put an end to further development of this amazing plane. The package features FSX compatible gauges and a new basic VC. Original model by Kazunori Ito, updated for FSX by Michael Pook and Erwin Welker, who designed a great repaint included in this package and who added new cameras as well as weapon effects. It actually looked like a modern postwar jet bomber
Posted Dec 23, 2013 12:42 by Michael Pook
6.54Mb (1375 downloads)
The XP-67 made its first test flight in 1944 but its performance proved to be far from satisfactory. When the prototype was extremely damaged by fire, the program was abandoned. The package features FSX compatible gauges and a new basic VC. Original model by Kazunori Ito, updated for FSX by Michael Pook.
Posted Dec 23, 2013 07:20 by Michael Pook
17.51Mb (2496 downloads)
This odd looking warbird was designed as a high speed bomber and ground attack fighter- bomber for the German Luftwaffe in 1942. However, it was never built and very likely would not have been very succsessful in the job due to its nose-heavyness despite a presumed top speed of 820 km/h. The package features Fsx compatible gauges, a new basic VC, new smoke effects and corrected contact points. Original model by Kazunori Ito, updated for FSX by Michael Pook.
Posted Dec 19, 2013 06:30 by Michael Pook
13.83Mb (2025 downloads)
FSX Acceleration Vickers Wellington WW2 bomber. The Wellington, which served Bomber Command so well in the early years of World War II, is remembered by the RAF and the people of Britain as the 'Wimpey'.It was of the geodetic construction. Wings, fuselage and tail unit were fabric-covered.Early deployment on daylight raids showed that these and other British bomber aircraft were extremely vulnerable to fighter attack. The type was withdrawn from daylight operations. As a night bomber, however, the Wellington proved an invaluable weapon during the early years of Bomber Command's offensive against Germany. Alpha freeware, 3 versions upgraded to FSX acceleration (In FSX normal you lose glass textures) by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Dec 19, 2013 05:47 by A.F.Scrub