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FS2004 Varig Curtiss C-46 Commando. Curtiss-Wright Corporation, began design studies for a new transport in 1935. Project was named Model CW-20 and intended to compete with the DC-3. The design was finalized in 1936 and when compared to the DC-3, it had 40 percent more passenger capacity, was to be pressurized giving it the ability to fly above the weather, had an area beneath the cabin floor to carry baggage or cargo, a novel feature at the time, more powerful engines and a greater fuel capacity. VARIG, used this aircraft, the C-46A-CU and the "Super" C-46C for a long period of time. Two Varig textures included. Luiz Foernges 6.9MB

FS2004 Boeing 377 Stratocruiser. This is an update of the Boeing 377 Stratocruiser by Mike Stone. I have put in all the wheels, adjusted the scrape points, aliased the sound to the DC-3 instead of the Corsair, added a panel from Mike's Connie, and updated the flight dynamics. Whole aircraft included. Bob Chicilo. 702K

Update 2 : This is a second update of the Boeing 377 Stratocruiser by Mike Stone. It will now fly level at cruise and not float too much when landing. Bob Chicilo. 58K

FS2004 Bell P39 Q Airacobra. Italian cobelligerant Air Force description=The P-39 was one of the first planes to use a tri-cycle landing gear configuration, which eventually would be standard on all fighters. Another feature that didn't catch on was the car-like door to exit the cockpit instead of a sliding canopy. Most notable was the mid-fuselage placement of the engine. This made way for the Colt M4 37mm cannon protruding out of the nose. The powerplant was the Allison V-1710, equipped with the B-5 turbo-supercharger and rated at 1,150 hp. FSDS3 model created by Italo D'Attomo and Giovanni Quai. 6.9MB
FS2004 Vasp Curtiss C-46 Commando Textures only. Vasp Textures by Luiz Foernges. Model and Panel by JR Lucariny.(required above). 467K
FS2004 Lóide Aéreo Curtiss C-46 Commando Textures only. Lóide Aéreo Textures by Luiz Foernges. Model and Panel by JR Lucariny.(required above). 520K
FS2004 Junkers Ju-52, 'I-BALI' Italian 'Ala Littoria' Textures only. used Ju-52s on Venice/Munich/Berlin route from 1935 until 1944.This aircraft was used by 'Ala Littoria' during 1940. Textures set only, requires the original freeware Junkers Ju-52 package by O. Fischer ( Repaint by Manuele Villa. 1.4MB
CFS2,FS2000/FS2002/Fs2004 Seafire Mk 47 new: The final version Mk.47 was powered by a 2,375hp Rolls Royce Griffon 85 engine giving it a maximum speed of 723km/h (452mph) at 6,242m (20,500ft). It was armed with four Hispano 20mm cannons and up to eight 27kg rockets or 675kg bombs mounted beneath the fuselage and wings. This final Seafire variant had a distinctive look, and impressive performance. It flew in operations in Korea. Completely new 3D mdl by William Dickens. Updated for CFS2/FS2000/2002/2004 with new airfile, Dp, effects and textures by A.F.Scrub. 8.7MB
FS2004-Laird Turner Meteor Winner of Thompson Trophy Race (the pilot was Col. Roscoe Turner) in 1939. Gmax model, 2D panel, textures, Customised gauges by Oldliner52/Michel Migaud, flight dynamics Bee Gee/JP Bourgeois, Check-list and ref Benoit Dubé. Standard gauges Lockheed Vega. With VC (virtual cockpit). 1.8MB
FS2004 Buecker Bu-131 'Jungmann' Italian Air Force Textures only. Many captured Buecker Bu-131s 'Jungmann' (ex-Jugoslavian Air Force), were used as basic trainers during 1941/43 by Royal Italian Air Force's (Regia Aeronautica). Textures set only, requires the original freeware Buecker Bu-131 'Jungmann' package by O. Fischer ( Repaint by Manuele Villa. 2MB
FS2004 Douglas SBD-3 "Dauntless" This airplane was instrumental in winning the Battle of Midway. This FSDSv3 project has a Midway and a Pre-War livery. It features the usual animations, perforated flaps and dive brake, plus folding wings and an operating tailhook. It is set up for carrier takeoffs and landings ( required). The 2D panel is by Steve Downing and the VC has animated controls. By Paul Clawson. 2.5MB