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FS98/FS2000/2002 Meigs and Vancouver Fields Soaring Scenery This files adds some thermals to defaults Chicago Merril C. Meigs and Vancouver Intl. scenery. By Francisco Vargas. 5K
FS2002 AMT-200 Super XIMANGO Touring Motorglider - Designed by the world-famous French motorglider expert, Rene Fournier, the Super Ximango is the most modern and beautiful example of the class of two-place side-by-side poweredgliders with front-mounted engines. Designed in FSDS v2 by J R Lucariny. 971K
FS98/2000/2002 Miami Intl. Soaring Scenery These files adds some thermals to default Miami Intl. scenery. It is freeware. By Francisco Vargas. 70K
FS98/2000/2002 Long Island Soaring Association Thermals Scenery These files adds some thermals to default Brookhaven Calabro Airport Scenery at Shirley,Long Island,USA. This airport is home of Long Island Soaring Association. It is freeware. By Francisco Vargas. 31K
FS2002 8 repaints for the ASK21 by Wolfgang Piper WARNING: you need to have the ASK21 aviable on http://home.t-online.de/home/w.piper/ repaint By Vandenberghe Frederik. 1MB
FS2004 Texture fixes for the default Schweizr paintwork, including virtual cockpit, which can appear blurred as they come in the box, for users without the very latest vid/graphics cards. These texture fixes clears up the paintwork to what they should be. The texture fixes are self-installing. Fixed by Tony Gould. 2.1MB
FS2002 Experimental Microlight V 2.0 Loosely based on the Rans 12XL This Microlight is my vision of an aircraft that can meet the proposed Sport Pilot class. The panel bitmap was enhanced by Fabio Miguez from Leading Edge. V 2.0 includes 2 new paints. By John Cillis. 2.1MB
FS2004 Scheibe 25C-Falke. The first Scheibe Falke was built in 1963. It started with the A-Falke (25 hp) and the B-Falke (45 hp) up to today's C-Falke (80 hp). The FS models are fitted out with animated canopy, sticks, gear, wheels and a simple virtual cockpit, this version is a tail dragger. Full credit goes to Wolfgang Piper for this lovely plane. 1.5MB
FS2004 KA6E. The Ka 6 E was the successor of Ka 6 CR with a slimmer fuselage, improved wing profile and pendulum elevator. First flight was 1965. 394 pieces were built. The original of this aircraft flies in Weissenburg. All picture documents of Ka 6 E are from Thomas Häcker. Thanks for the one ! Model by Wolfgang Piper. 1.2MB
FS2004 KA8. The Ka 8 was probably with 1180 copies the most frequently built glider between 1958 and 1976. On it at that time many flight beginners gained its first experiences in the solo flight. Model by Wolfgang Piper. 1.1MB