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FS2004/2002 North American P-82B Twin Mustang P-82 was standard long-range, high-altitude escort fighter for the U.S. Air Force. And This was the climactic development of a long series of the famous World War II P-51 Mustang series. The P-82B was one of the hottest piston-engined fighters of the war. These P-82Bs were basically similar to the XP-82, but differed in having provisions for underwing racks capable of carrying four 1000-pound bombs, two 2000-pound bombs, or 25 5-inch rockets. A central pod carrying eight additional 0.50-inch machine guns could also be fitted. By Kazunori Ito.
FS2004 North American F-82G Twin Mustang. This was standard long-range, high-altitude escort fighter for the U.S. Air Force. And This was the climactic development of a long series of the famous World War II P-51 Mustang series. F-82G was made from F-82C that remodeled P-82B as a night fighter was assumed to be a prototype. The feature is to equip with radar at nighttime at the front side of a central wing . Moreover, it had an all-weather performance. Small fix version model of P-82B ( is also included. By Kazunori Ito. 2.2MB
FS2004. Hawker Hart. A day bomber replacement for the DH 9A. Aircraft of No. 601 ( County of London ) Squadron, Royal Auxillary Air Force. Based at RAF Northolt, C. 1943. The airframe serial is spurious Working notes cleaned out of files. Ver. 02, By Edward Cook. 6.8MB
FS2004. Hawker Hind A replacement for the Hart day bomber Aircraft of No. 15 Squadron. C. 1935. Ver. 01, By Edward Cook. 7.2MB
FS2004. Hawker Demon A fighter derivative of the Hart, to replace the Bulldog. Aircraft of No. 29 Squadron. Based at RAF Duxford in early 1935. Files cleaned of working notes. Ver. 02, By Edward Cook. 8.2MB
FS2004. Hawker Audax. An Army Co-Operation derivative of the Hart. Aircraft of No. 16 Squadron. Based at RAF Old Sarum in Wiltshire. Files cleaned of Working notes Ver. 02, By Edward Cook. 6.8MB
FS 2004 B-24 Consolidated Liberator Polish, register number GR-S, KG890. belong to the 1586 Polish Squadron (Special Duty Operations), based in Campo Casale, Italy 1944.New pack including new panel. Original by Alphasim. Repaint and Panel by Major (R) Guillermo Posadas AAF. 15.5MB
FS2004 DC-3 Taxi easy steering Mod. This is a small and simple change to taxi comfortably with good steerig. Just read the instructions and change the red number. (Backup the original file). 1K

CFS2,FS2000/FS2002/Fs2004 Spitful: The Supermarine Spiteful was a direct development of the Spitfire using a new laminar flow wing which was hoped to offer better high speed performance.Spiteful RB518, was modified to Mark 16 configuration and fitted with a Griffon 101 engine . During a test in 1947 this aircraft attained 494 m.p.h. at 27,500ft. This was the greatest speed recorded by a British piston-engined aircraft in level flight, and has never been exceeded since.Model for CFS2/FS2000/2002/2004 with new airfile, Dp, effects and textures by A.F.Scrub. 6.1MB
FS2004 Avro York Base Package. Used variously as a long-range freighter and/or passenger airliner, the York was designed around the wings, engines, undercarriage, and tail assembly of the Lancaster bomber, adding a box-shaped fuselage and a center fin. Gmax exterior model and textures by Manfred Jahn, FDE by Paul Edwards, panel by Phil Perrott (Alphasim), Paul Edwards, and Lars Fors. Textures represent MW207 of 246 Squadron RAF, BOAC G-AGNP ("Manchester"), and Skyways G-AHEY. Users can choose to fly these in any of six load and engine configurations. 5.3MB
FS2004 Boeing 314 Clipper "Bangor Clipper" Textures only. Repaint textures for Mike Stone's Clipper model. They represent the "Bangor Clipper" a restored Boeing 314 in the collection of a Maine air museum. These are the textures only and require Mr Stone's model (here) to have been installed. Repaint by Don Brynelsen. 193K