44.75Mb (4592 downloads)
This upgrade brings the following improvements to the Projet Noratlas Base Pack : - Optionnal reflection display on the canopy - Pilot's wiper on landing spot position or up - Astrodome texturing - Wipers texturing - Codes rewriting to prevent the "flood" in wired flight (by Laurent Jardillier) - manual update The Projet Noratlas Base Pack must be installed before lauching the Projet Noratlas Upgrade 1
Posted Feb 17, 2013 08:42 by Jean-Francois Martin & Gilbert Millas
1.07Mb (439 downloads)
Textures for the original FS9 SNJ created by John Detrick/Au-Mav, and updated to FSX Accel by Erik Hertzberger in Feb 2013. All credit goes to these men! firstname.lastname@example.org This paint scheme is based on the USMC SNJ operated by John Collver on the US airshow circuit, otherwise known as the War Dog. Textures only. Requires FSX Accel SNJ-5C
Posted Feb 15, 2013 23:09 by Jay Holman
67.43Mb (5353 downloads)
The Sopwith Camel was a British First World War single-seat biplane fighter introduced on the Western Front in 1917. Manufactured by Sopwith Aviation Company, it had a short-coupled fuselage, heavy, powerful rotary engine, and concentrated fire from twin synchronized machine guns. Full animations, 3D gauges and baked textures, firing machine gun effects with sounds and engine smoke. By Craig Richardson & Matt Ivey. Many thanks to: Matt Ivey for the external model, Pam Brooker & Paul Frimston for there wonderful work on the flight model.
Posted Feb 13, 2013 04:58 by uploader
11.43Mb (1233 downloads)
Francesco Giuli's very nice CFS2 Kawasaki Ki-64 "Rob" prototype, now updated for FSX Acceleration. All credits are for him! I've updated the mdl., the panel (nice VC with working gauges, all included), put in a great sound file and made a better air.-file. I also included a mini panel with Japanese instruments. Gun-effects for fun. Enjoy! Update by Erik Hertzberger.
Posted Feb 6, 2013 01:47 by Erik Hertzberger
4.35Mb (1350 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Nakajima Ki 27 Japanese WW2 Fighter When in mid-1935 Nakajima developped a single-seat monoplane fighter, the Nakajima Ki-27, it was by far the most manoeuvrable of the competition. Following further testing in late 1937, it was ordered into production as the Army Type 97 Fighter Model A (Nakajima Ki-27a). The type saw extensive action in the early war years.GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Feb 5, 2013 11:40 by A.F.Scrub
25.53Mb (4297 downloads)
North American SNJ-5C, the Navy version of the AT-6 with working tailhook, updated for FSX Acceleration. Nice VC with working gauges (included). All credits go to the original authors. 2 sound maps, one that originally came with the model and one more realistic. Enjoy!Update by Erik Hertzberger
Posted Feb 3, 2013 07:24 by Erik Hertzberger
24.49Mb (6331 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 (3431 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 (1001 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.
Posted Jan 18, 2013 06:08 by Erik Herztberger
18.92Mb (4848 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