16.42Mb (4898 downloads)
FSX/FSXacceleration Martin B-26 Marauder The Martin B-26 Marauder was a World War II twin-engine medium bomber built by the Glenn L. Martin Company. First used in the Pacific Theater in early 1942, it was also used in the Mediterranean Theater and in Western Europe. After entering service with the U.S. Army, the aircraft received the reputation of a "Widowmaker" due to the early models' high rate of accidents during takeoff and landings.This is an upgrade of David Eckerts Marauder. Tested and flown in FSX/FSX Acceleration and Windows7. Converted by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Apr 10, 2013 04:21 by A.F.Scrub
5.57Mb (405 downloads)
Pennsylvania Central Airlines textures for the FSX default DC-3 aircraft by Microsoft/Aces and modified James Eden and Jon Murchison. These textures require AWESUM4SUM.zip modification to the default FSX DC-3 Textures by Gary Harper.
Posted Apr 9, 2013 23:10 by Gary Harper
2.08Mb (2674 downloads)
The HP-42 represented the epitome of elegant air line travel on British Imperial Airways just before WW2. Eight were constructed; four used on the Western European routes and four assigned to the Eastern Asia-African routes. This is a native FSX Acceleration project. It has the usual animations and has DXT5.DDS textures. The VC and interior are based on photos. The VC has animated flight controls and working gauges. By Paul Clawson
Posted Apr 6, 2013 14:21 by Paul Clawson
0.95Mb (177 downloads)
This is a config file that will add soft green lighting to an otherwise unlit night cockpit for the Dornier bomber models M, P, Z2 and 10 from "Thicko" and A.F. Scrub. Cfg file only. Freeware mod.
Posted Apr 2, 2013 20:53 by Rick Herring
9.03Mb (1843 downloads)
Typical C47 Skytrain, this issue of the 81st Squadron, 463rd Group troop transport, was based at Membury, Britain, between March 1944 and February 1945; although he participated in the airborne assault south of France, from the Italian base of Voltone, during July and August 1944. The "Buzz Buggy" square mission indicates his participation in Normandy, southern France, Nijmegen and Bastogne, in missions parachuting and glider towing. This is a repaint of Manfred Jahn's & team Douglas C-47 Texture by JALopezR
Posted Mar 26, 2013 14:43 by JALopezR
6.83Mb (5956 downloads)
FSX acceleration B24 Liberator The Consolidated B-24 Liberator was an American heavy bomber, designed by Consolidated Aircraft of San Diego, California.The B-24 was used in World War II by several Allied air forces and navies, and by every branch of the American armed forces during the war, attaining a distinguished war record with its operations in the Western European, Pacific, Mediterranean, and China-Burma-India Theaters. Upgrade by A.F.Scrub, two variants included B24J and PBY4. (tested in FSXacceleration,FSX,FS2004,windows7. In FSX normal you lose glass and some other textures...).
Posted Mar 26, 2013 11:04 by A.F.Scrub
4.85Mb (580 downloads)
United Airlines textures for the FSX default DC-3 aircraft by Microsoft/Aces and modified James Eden and Jon Murchison. These textures require AWESUM4SUM.zip modification to the default FSX DC-3 Textures by Gary Harper.
Posted Mar 25, 2013 10:49 by Gary Harper
80.93Mb (718 downloads)
Wide View Aspect flying (WVA) is a resident option in FSX. It is not by default activated. The aircraft are displayed differently in WVA and it is necessary, in this project, to provide files to place overlay windows and the bomb sight in the correct positions to maintain accuracy of an attack on the dam walls. You must have Part 1 installed and if you already fly WVA or wish to, then this updated MUST be applied. For simplicity this update will replace all Plane-Design flyable Lancasters in PART 1. The Project Ai's are not affected by the change to WVA. An illustrated Pdf Manual provides background and installation instuctions. With the permission of the Chief Designer at Plane-Design - Ed Walters this package has been prepared by Ross McLennan. File name DB70_WVA_Update1.zip
Posted Mar 20, 2013 21:14 by Ross McLennan
96.53Mb (3189 downloads)
With the permission of the Chief Designer at Plane-Design (Ed Walters) allowing the use of his FS9 payware DB Lancasters updated for FSX, we present this 1st upload of our 70th Anniversary Celebration on the day RAF Bomber Command crews began assembling at Scampton, 21 March 1943. All Lancaster paints except for AJG are by Koos van Menen of The Netherlands. The Howden and Derwent Dam Reservoir walls and towers are by John Young positioned for both default and VFR scenery options. Specific RAF Scampton and RAF Spilsby airfield overlays are provided. Prop and aircraft textures in dds format by Ross McLennan. Keith Clifford's FS98 airfile modified to suit the Plane Design model and reflect Merlin 28 Engines is again used. For this project, nine Plane-Design flyable payware Dambuster Lancasters (4 in this upload) have been tuned to perform as Ai's. Segmented saved flights cover the seven week training period leading up to the raid. The simmer, provided his/her system will play FSX Ai's, can fly in formation with the Ai's out of Scampton and can return with them, land and taxi to active H parking. An alternative aircraft option is available for those simmers that only fly in the VC. PDF Manuals describe the use of the Operational ready aircraft and provide the history of the Raid as presented in this package. The final part of this Celerbration covering THE RAID on the Moehne and Eder Dams will be uploaded on 1 May 2013. To fly in FSX WIDE VIEW ASPECT you will need to DOWNLOAD THE SEPARATE UPDATE PACKAGE for this Part so as to CONVERT THE FLYABLE AIRCRAFT FOR PURPOSE (file name DB70_WVA_Update1.zip). The flyable aircraft are full FSX versions packaged by Ross McLennan and Koos van Menen.
Posted Mar 20, 2013 20:55 by Ross McLennan