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FS2004 Hawker Nimrod Mk 2. Aircraft of No. 801 Squadron, NAS. Based on HMS. Furious, C. 1935. Force feedback improved thanks to Bill Mackay. Ver.0.2, By Edward Cook. 6.5MB

FS2004 Savoia Marchetti SM.74 Ala Littoria, (V.01) Built during 1934 by the Societa Idrovolanti Alta Italia "Savoia”, the SM.74 had accommodation for twenty-four passengers in one large cabin. It had wooden wings and welded steel tube fuselage covered with aluminium and painted canvas. Fitted with four 780 h.p. Alfa Romeo AR.126 RC engines. Its loaded weight was 31.000 lbs and the cruising speed 190 m.p.h.. The SM.74 was the first four-engined Italian airliner. Only three planes were built (I-URBE, I-ROMA, I-ALPE), and they served from 1936 with Ala Littoria; distinguished by comfort and luxury, these planes were fast, safe and sturdy. The SM.74s were used on the Rome-Paris route until 1938 and on the Rome-Tripoli route until 1940. After June 1940 the Royal Italian Air Force (Regia Aeronautica) incorporated all the civil aircrafts. The SM.74, carrying more than 5,000 kg of material, revealed itself as the best Italian (operative) cargo. Complete aircraft. 3 Different Hi-Res GMax models (3 different versions), features the usual moving parts, such as all flight controls, props pitch and navlights. Three different liveries (2 Ala Littoria + 1 Regia Aeronautica); 2D panel only (NO VC). Created by Manuele Villa , November 2007. Installation instructions included. 13.3MB
FS2004 P51D Mustang 'Dancing Devil' . Original by Roger Dial. Repaint by Chris Krawczyk. 6.8MB
FS2002/FS2004 Westland Whirlwind Mk.I. The British Whirlwind was a diminutive, twin-engine heavy fighter from the Westland Aircraft company. The Whirlwind was one of the fastest aircraft in the air when it flew in the late 1930s, and much more heavily armed than anything flying. Protracted development problems with its Rolls-Royce Peregrine engines delayed the entire project and only a relatively small number were built. During the Second World War only two RAF squadrons would be equipped with the Whirlwind, and despite successful use as a fighter-bomber, its service life was short. by Kazunori Ito. 4.6MB
FS2004 Fokker FVIIa SCADTA Avianca. Repaint: Jorge Andrés Calderón C. Model: Jens B. Kristensen. 3.5MB
FS2004/FSX Douglas DC-6 Delta C&S Textures only for the DC-6 Model by Jens Kristensen (here). Textures by Gary Harper. 3.6MB
FS2002/FS2004 Junkers Ju-388/L1. This aircraft was a development of the Ju 188, which based on the well-known Ju88.
Wings and tail wing were taken from the Ju 188 without modification, the landing gear originated from the Ju 88. In contrast to the Ju 188, the Ju 388 was equipped with a pressurised cabin and was designed as a high-altitude aircraft. In order to maximize the aircraft's velocity, the aircraft was hardly armed. At its tail, there was a remote control gun turret with two MG 131. While wing de-icing was done with hot air from the engines, there was a separate, fuel driven Karcher heater to de-ice the elevators. By Kazunori Ito. 3.3MB
FS2004 Westland Whirlwind Airfiles MOD Pack. This is an Airfiles MOD pack for the Westland Whirlwind by Kazunori Ito (above). This airfile package is designed from scratch specifically for the Whirlwind fighter bomber. This airfile set is tuned to the proper airspeeds, stall speed, flight characteristics, and uses regular asperated engines instead of jet turboprops. By William Ortis, Lionheart Creations Ltd. 9K
FS2004 Westland Whirlwind Panel MOD. : This is a panel modification pack that outfits the instrumentation of the Westland Whirlwind to have British gauges. These are borrowed from the Spitfire Mk1, the DeHavilland Comet, and uses the P-38 engine management gauges as well. For the Westland Whirlwind MkI by Kazunori Ito (above). This MOD pack by William Ortis, Lionheart Creations Ltd. 1.4MB
Westland Whirlwind RAF Cammo Textures only. This is a repaint of the Westland Whirlwind by Kazunori Ito (required above). This was another popular cammo used by the RAF for this sleek fighter. By William Ortis, Lionheart Creations Ltd. 689K