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FS2004 Spirit of St Louis US/UK Flags. Texture by Francis F Silva. Default aircraft included. 2.4MB
Savoia Marchetti SM 82. Italian Air Force. First flown during 1939, the Savoia-Marchetti S.M.82 Canguro (kangaroo) was developed from the earlier S.M.75 Marsupiale (marsupial) civil transport, of which a number were put in service with the Regia Aeronautica in June 1940. Capt. I. D'Attomo & Capt. G. Quai. 3.6MB
FS2004 De Havilland Dh89a 'Dragon Rapide' Ala Littoria Textures only, 'I-DRAG' Italian 'Ala Littoria' used a De Havilland Dh89a (I-DRAG) from 1935 until 1937. Textures set only, requires the original freeware Dh89a Dragon Rapide by Dave Garwood, Dave Booker, Saverio Maurri & Brian Withers ( here ). Repaint by Manuele Villa. 1.4MB
FS2004 Junkers Ju-52, V.02 'I-BALI' & 'I-BOAN' Italian 'Ala Littoria' Textures only. used Ju-52s on Venice/Munich/Berlin route from 1935 until 1944.These two aircrafts (I-BALI & I-BOAN) were used during 1940. Two textures sets, both compatible with the original freeware Junkers Ju-52_V.2 package by O. Fischer ( NOT COMPATIBLE WITH OLDER VERSIONS !! Repaint by Manuele Villa. 4.4MB
FS2004 Fokker C.V-M/26. This aircraft made an epic flight from Copenhagen to Tokyo and back in 1926, flown by A.P. Botved (pilot) and C.J.C. Olsen (mechanic). The Fokker C.V was a very succesful series of aircraft used for reconnaisance, as a light bomber or a two-seat fighter. It could be fitted with a lot of different engines, and wings of several configurations. This aircraft (R1 of the Danish Army Air Force) was powered by a 512 h.p. Lorraine-Dietrich 12eb inline engine. It was delivered as a C.V-C with square wings that made it look like a scaled-up Fokker D.VII. For the long-distance flight it had longer, tapered wings of the C.V-E type fitted, and all military equipment was replaced with extra fuel, oil and supplies for the crew. By Jens B. Kristensen. 2.8MB
FS2004 Short S.17L Scylla v 2.0. Four-engined, British airliner of 1934. Carried 39 passengers on the London-Paris service of Imperial Airways. New revised version 2.0 model made with FSDS 3. By Jens B. Kristensen. 5.7MB
FS2004 Farman F-121 Jabiru v 2.0 The Farman F.121 was a french airliner of 1925. It had four engines of 180 h.p. each, and carried seven passengers. Danish Airlines (DDL) operated four Jabirus from 1926 onwards. Two of them were built under license at the Naval Dockyard, Copenhagen. Version 2 model, almost completely redone with FSDS 3. Detailed interior, virtual cockpit. By Jens B. Kristensen. 5.5MB
FS2004 Default DC3 Variation "DC3 We Salute You" This is the complete aircraft, the default DC3. To commemorate more then 65 years in service, the MSFS2004's DC3 has had a complete make over. Its skin has been given an brushed aluminium look, with the tips of the wings and rear of fuselage in Chrome finish.. Textures by : Christopher F. Silva Francis F. Silva. 3.4MB
FS2004 T-6G (LT-6G) Texan 'Mosquito' USAF 49-3542 Ghost. A Ghost of Flight 19? I know... yes, I know Flight 19 were not flying this particular aircraft.... and that is irrelevant here because, in my view, this T-6G (LT-6G) Texan ('Mosquito') by Cliff Presley (here) is one of the most well made aircraft in Simviation. The small photo in Simviation is deceiving at first because it does not convey, to whoever peruses the pages of Simviation for interesting aircraft, what Cliff Presley's T6G really offers in this package. His T6Gt looks great, but it sounds even better.... it sounds right, as 'right' as aircraft of this period really sounded like. It really is a beauty and for that I take my hat to Cliff Presley. Repaint by Francis Silva. 9.3MB
FS2004 P-51 Mustang 'Grim Reaper'. Original aircraft by Roger Dial (Flight One Software, Steve Small (FSD), and Mike Hambly (Blue Arrow FS). Repaint by Mark Rooks. 3.9MB