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FS2004 Levasseur Pl8 v2.00 of "Nungesser and Coli" Aircraft & Adventure Package.(Updated) : Nungesser and Coli, 8th May, 1927 at 5:17 am, pilot Charle Nungesser and navigator Francois Coli took off on board the Levasseur PL8 at Le Bourguet, Paris, - destination New-York. ! The aircraft was never seen again ! Now is the chance to relive this historic flight. by Ronald "Woodylepic". 6.6 MB

FS2004 P51-D Mustangs Reno Racers "Red Tail Devil" Textures only. P51-D Mustangs Reno Racers Package (required here) original read me file included. This is a historically accurate repaint of the P 51 Mustang flown by Colonel Benjamin O Davis Jr. Commander of the 477th bombardment air group, which consisted of 2 bomber squadrons and the 99th and 100th fighter squadrons Better known as the Tuskegee Airmen or as the Germanís called them The Red Tail Devils Enclosed is the Texture File and a historical picture of the Colonelís plane. Repaint by Mark Rooks. 1.6MB
FS2004/FS2002 St Georg v1.0 Package. St Georg was built 1927. in a small factory of Svetozar Vlajkovic and Sons in Belgrade. The plane took off for the first time on 14.May 1927 ( piloted by Vladimir Strizevski ). The same year plane participated in the internetational Air Fair in Prag where the old Anzani engine was replaced by Walter. St George was the first officialy licenced civil plane in Yugoslavia ( X-SABC ). Installer for both FS2002 and ACOF. Donationware by Zoran Sivcev, Luka Midic and Goran Savic. 4.6MB
FS2004 P51-D Mustangs Reno Racers "Grim Reaper" Textures only "The Grim Reaper" to add to the P51-D Mustangs Reno Racers Package (required here) original read me file included. This is a historically accurate repaint of the P 51 Mustang flown by Lt. Robert E Black of the 338 Fighter Squadron 55th fighter group. The 338th Fighter Squadron was first activated in 1942 and distinguished itself flying P-38 and P-51 aircraft throughout the European theater of operations during W.W.II.. Included are some historical photos and history of the squadron . Textures only by Mark Rook. 1.8MB
FS2004/2002 - Fiat CMASA RS 14 The RS14 was one of the outstanding float seaplane of the Second World war. It was of exceptionally clean design.The proptotype was first flown in the 1938. This version of the model shows two different painting schemes carried by two examples of the plane. One was operated by 170^ Squadriglia , while the other by 287^ squadriglia of Regia Aeronautica. The model, made with FSDS v2.24 features full moving parts and a detailed virtual cockpit with many moving parts and operating gauges. Panel and model by Massimo Taccoli. Flight Dynamics files by Brian Horsey Textures made by Gerardo and Massimo Taccoli. 3.7MB

FS2004 Messerschmitt M20a Odenwald. Once operated by Lufthansa. Includes Panel & sounds. R. Kreibich. 7MB

FS2004 Stearman Kaydet and Eagle Field Scenery Package. This is a *mostly* new model for FS2004. Model includes 6 new texture choices and models: U.S. Navy N2S-2, Navy N2S-3, PT-13A Pre WWII USAAC, PT-13D USAF, RCAF and civilian colors. Also includes additional scenery of Eagle Field - fictitious field near old Stearman Factory in Wichita, KS. Model, panel and gauges by David Eckert, FDE by Dennis Seeley and scenery by Mark Smith. 17.3MB

FS2004 Short S.30 Empire Transatlantic Long-range version. Imperial Airways and B.O.A.C. liveries included. This long-range version of the Empire flying boat was used by Imperial Airways and later B.O.A.C. from 1938 and through World War Two. This is a complete package. By Jens B. Kristensen. 3.7MB
FS2004 Short Empire Alaska Coastal Airways Blue Textures only. This is a fictitious repaint of Jens B. Kristensen's Empire (above) in Alaska Coastal Airways colors. It is compatible with all three versions of the Chris Coarse. 706K
FS2004 Curtiss-Wright T-32 Condor The original version of the T-32 Condor biplane airliner of 1933, with fixed-pitch propellers. The Condor was an excellent design, but it appeared at the same time as the Boeing 247 and the Douglas DC-2, so it was quickly outmoded. The model has a custom 2D-panel and a working virtual cockpit. By Jens B. Kristensen. 5.1MB