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FS2004 North American AT-6A Portuguese Military Aeronautic Textures only, (circa 1950) In 1947 the Portuguese Military Aeronautic received the first's AT6-A that operated at the B.A.1 Sintra, when the Portuguese Air Force was created in 1952 all the aircraft were transferred to it. Requires T6 by Cliff Presley and Denis da Silva (here). Repaint by José Leandro. 4.7MB
FS2004/FSX Antonov An-2 S5-CAL/HA-MKK "Fat Angie" Textures only for Vladimir Zhyhulskiy's An-2 (AN-2T.ZIP here)."Fat Angie" was in operation with the aviation club Solt and used for education and training of parachutists at Bovec airstrip in the beautiful Slovenian valley of the river Soca. By Roman E. Krauss. 1.3MB
FS2004 Miles M20/2 A prototype 'Utility' fighter, Designed for rapid production .First flight 15/09/1940. Ver.0.1, By Edward Cook. 8.3MB
FS2004/FSX Antonov An-2 9A-DIZ Textures only for Vladimir Zhyhulskiy's An-2 (here). Operated by Air Tractor, a Croatian company based at Osijek-Cepin (LDOC), which usually specialises in aerial cropdusting with its An-2 fleet. 9A-DIZ is sometimes used for this purpose, but often enough it's either a cargo aircraft or used for parachute jumps. By Roman E. Krauss. 898K
FS2004 Antonov An-2 9A-BFT Textures only for Vladimir Zhyhulskiy's An-2 (here). Operated by Delic Air out of Medulin (LDPM). It is mostly used for panorama and parachute flights. By Roman E. Krauss. 837K
FS2004 JU52 Pilot and Passenger Project: Fly the FS2004 v6 Junkers JU52 JU-Air aircraft HB-HOT from the Junkers JU52 Factory, Managing Director Pierino Primavesi, as either the 2D, 3D Pilot or as a passenger in the rear seat of the cabin. Thank you Mr Primavesi for your very liberal approach allowing others to change and modify the factory product provided the outcome remains freeware. To save upload space only one aircraft is provided with the necessary facilities to achieve the same outcomes in FS2004 as in the Retro-Restore Project for FS2002. For FS2004 the passenger seating option is only applicable to the JU-Air Aircraft originally issued in Version 6.1B. Two panel designs are provided plus the option to fly with the passenger version using the original panel by Mr Primavesi. The original panel has been modified to incorporate the functions required for passenger flying. Fly to a FS2004 flight plan for time and fuel consumtion, day or night. Instructions, documentation, and concept flights provided. Freeware Package by Ross McLennan. 10MB
FS2004/FSX DC-6B Continental/Air Micronesia Airlines textures for Greg Pepper/Tom Gipson DC-6B (required here). These textures depict N90961 about 1970. Textures by Gary Harper. 2.6MB
FS2004/FSX L-1649 Starliner Alaska Airlines "Golden Nugget" textures for Manfred Jahn's L-1649 Starliner Constellation (above). These textures depict N7316C about 1968. Textures by Gary Harper. 1MB
FS2004 Dambuster 65th Anniversary 2008 Package: To celebrate the 65th Anniversary (17 May 2008) of the Dambuster raid on the Rhur dams in 1943 and my visit to the Eder Dam in September 2007 together with actually sitting in the cockpit of the "Just Jane" Mk VII Lancaster at East Kirkby (UK) in October 2007 I have consolidated the previous Release 3 update from FS2002 to FS2004 into Release 4 for FS2004 with revised panels and new flights. The aircraft are again based on the original FS98/CFS1 aircraft of January 2000 by Keith Clifford ( but with simulated Merlin 28 engines. Aircraft AJG & AJN are not completely compatible with FS2004, but you can safely instal them with their non compliant components NOT switched off. The panel update uses Roger Lowery's RAF662 B1 Lancaster panel bitmap with center post and adopts horizontal RPM gauges rather than the CFS1 "cluster" and widescreen view of previous issues. The original Lancaster files are included for designer acknowlegement. Gauges are as previously uploaded with Release 3. Flights from Scampton EGXP use John Young's Scampton scenery and end at Paderborn EDLP just north of the Eder Dam. Consolidated version packaged by Ross McLennan. FILE NAME: 6MB
FS2004/2002 Martin SP-5B Marlin. This was a twin engined piston powered flying boat entering service in 1951 and serving into late 1960s in service with the United States Navy for naval patrol. It also served in the U.S. Coast Guard and with the French Navy. 285 were produced overall. The Marlin was designed as a gull-winged aircraft to lift the engines and propellers high above the spray. By Kazunori Ito. 2.4MB

FS2004 Lockheed L-1649A Starliner Prototype, v1.1. The Starliner was the last of the long-range piston-engine airliners. Designed to fly Los Angeles-London or Paris-Tokyo in around 20 hours non-stop, it established numerous long-distance records, many of them still current today. Providing accommodation for twenty-six first-class and forty-five tourist-class passengers, the Starliner entered service with TWA in May 1957. Other operators were Air France and Lufthansa. C/n 1001, registration N1649 (later N60968) first flew on 10 October 1956 and continued to serve with Lockheed Aircraft Corporation until 1970. The core Starliner team consists of Manfred Jahn (model), Hansjoerg Naegele (panel), Roland Berger (flight tests, dynamics, exhaust effects), and C.J. Kaeser (research). Effects by Milton Shupe (engine), Hansjoerg Naegele (fueldump), Wayne Tudor (exhaust flames). Original panel by Jan Visser. 6.7MB


FS2004 AN-2T Upgrade Package. Upgrade versions An-2 2007 year. Change are made basically for VC (are taken into account all remarks of users for VC), is collected together all additions for the winter variant of plane, add textures(2 winter text. and 8 summer text. (including textures by Roman E. Krauss). This version is designed for FS2004 only. Detailed description models is enclosed in An2_manual.doc. Autors: V.Zhyhulskiy (model, VC, panel, gauges, textures), Roman E. Krauss (textures). 20.7MB