24.49Mb (6275 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Bf 109E German WW2 Fighter In late 1938, the Bf 109E entered production. It was the standard Luftwaffe fighter in the first years of WW2. The Bf 109 (designed by Willy Messerschmitt) and the later variants were some of the greatest fighter aircraft of the war. They are certainly the most famous of all German aircraft ever built. Three variants included. GMAX mdls by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Jan 27, 2013 11:30 by A.F.Scrub
31.86Mb (3388 downloads)
Curtiss Jenny for FSX. This is the FS2004 Curtiss jenny converted. Since the Curtiss Jenny didn't have nav lights or landing Lights, I kept it that way to be as real as possible. Although I did add better flight dynamics and smoke effects. This aircraft was the FS9 model that was converted to FSX and will no longer work in FS9 with the conversion added. David Grindele
Posted Jan 22, 2013 08:27 by David Grindele
33.83Mb (991 downloads)
FSX Hawker Seahawk update Updated Hawk.air-file, now also the gun-baydoor opens and closes if you use the Concorde nose-visor keys. More textures included as zip files.
Required files:required file
Posted Jan 18, 2013 06:08 by Erik Herztberger
18.92Mb (4807 downloads)
FSX/FSX acceleration Martin Mars waterbomber On 23 August 1938 the US Navy ordered from Martin a single prototype of the Martin 170 design for a patrol bomber of flying-boat configuration. Designated XPB2M-1, it was the world's largest flying-boat when flown for the first time on 3 July 1942.Only six more of the type were ordered at the end of WWII. These served as transports until 1956, when they were retired. In 1959, the remaining four were purchased for conversion to firebombers. Two remain flying to this day, the Philippine Mars and the second Hawaii Mars. Alphasim freeware AI mdl made flyable in FSX/FSX acceleration. Complete 2D panel and outward look but no VC. Water dropping effect added. Conversion by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Jan 15, 2013 09:58 by A.F.Scrub
24.76Mb (5006 downloads)
Ralf Kreibich's terriffic Junkers Ju-160, updated for FSX-Acceleration. All credits go to him!! I updated the panel.cfg (NO 2D-panel, only GPS, ADF and minipanel), great VC-panel. 3 Models, 5 liveries. All necessary gauges included (see original readme!!!!). Enjoy!
Posted Jan 13, 2013 04:48 by Erik Hertzberger
3.34Mb (2259 downloads)
This is a native FSX Aceleration model of a 1946 Cessna 120. Specifically it is N2098V configured as it was in 1948. The designer soloed in this plane in the summer of 1948 at the ripe old age of 16. The project is based on Paul Matt's 3 views. It has 2048x2048 DXT5.dds textures. The VC has animated flight controls and working gauges. By Paul Clawson
Posted Jan 12, 2013 18:03 by Paul Clawson
39.44Mb (5020 downloads)
Royal Navy Historic Flight's Sea Hawk All credits go to Steven Beeny for creating this great model!! She was taken to British Aerospace's Dunsfold works for a complete refurbishment which was completed in 1996. She is now resplendent in the markings she wore when servicing with 806 Squadron( Ace of Diamonds ) at the end of her front-line career aboard HMS Albion and is currently unique in being the only airworthy Sea Hawk in the World. VC included. Repaint by Stephen Browning
Posted Jan 12, 2013 06:36 by Stephen Browning
102.65Mb (4590 downloads)
Hawker SeaHawk pack, updated for FSX. All credits go to Steven Beeny for creating this great model!! This nice and agile Hawker product is, in my opinion, one of the finest carrier-jets ever produced. Fifteen liveries, seven models and a repaintable AI, updated panel with acceptable working VC (all necessary gauges included) and some extra's (radar, wind-direction etc.). Gun and smoke effects for fun. I would suggest that you look for the great freeware programmes Arrestor Cables and AI-Carriers, so you can get the best out of flying this bird. Enjoy!
Posted Jan 10, 2013 02:42 by erik hertzberger
3.89Mb (3417 downloads)
FSX/FSX Acceleration Curtiss P40K The P-40K was the heaviest of the P-40 family.It served mainly in the Pacific theater and in China. It should have been the last model of the P-40 produced, but troubles with the P-60 program left production capacity available at the Curtiss factories, so the production of P-40s was continued despite the obvious weaknesses of the model. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub
Posted Jan 6, 2013 16:03 by A.F.Scrub