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FSX and FS2004 Lockheed 9 Orion Package. The Lockheed Orion was a small, fast commercial transport of wooden construction. A total of 36 Orions of all models were built between 1931 and 1934. Orions were used to set a number of records, and took part in several air races. Included here are four versions in six paint jobs: Varney Speed Lanes, Northwest, American, Swissair, Lineas Aereas Occidentales and Air Express. Varney Speed Lanes was a forerunner of today's Continental Airlines. By Jens B. Kristensen. 20MB
FSX and FS2004 Boeing 247. The Boeing 247 was a trendsetter in the early 1930’s. It was the first airliner to have an all-metal, stressed-skin, low-drag airframe and a retractable landing gear. Even when the bigger and better DC-2 and DC-3 arrived, the 247’s continued to give excellent service over the next 20 years. Flight dynamics by FSAviator. Version 2.0 with more variants, including Roscoe Turners 1934 England-Australia racer. By Jens B. Kristensen. 14MB
FSX C-47 Dakota Woodland Camo. This is a Repaint of the Default DC-3 for Flight Simulator X in its Military Troop Transport version ..The C-47 Dakota .. Textures are created in Hi definition Woodland Camo Circa WW2 .. Textures By Mark "Fireball "Rooks of RDG. 6.1MB

FSX De Havilland Dh89a Dragon Rapide Package. FSX version of my Dragon Rapide, fully working VC with smooth gauges, 16 paint schemes included. Complete aircraft, no other files needed. Includes custom panel and FX. By Dave Garwood & CBFS design team. 35MB
FSX / FS2004 Southern Cross Fokker FVII/3m. The 'Southern Cross' made the first crossing of the Pacific Ocean by an aircraft, flown by Charles Kingsford-Smith and a crew of three. They took off from Oakland, California on May 31, 1928, and arrived at Brisbane, Australia on June 19. The Southern Cross was, at the time, even more famous than Charles Lindberg's 'Spirit of St. Louis'. The Southern Cross is preserved today at Brisbane Airport. This package includes the aircraft model and ready-made flights you can use to recreate the 1928 experience. Improved version 2 model, modified to work with FSX as well as FS2004. By Jens B. Kristensen. 12.4MB
FSX/FS2004/2/CFS2 WW 1 Pfalz D XII. The Pfalz D.XII was the successor to the Pfalz D.IIIa series fighter and entered service late in the summer of 1918. It was a sturdy and well designed fighter that nearly rivaled the famed Fokker D.VII in performance. It could outclimb, outdive and outspeed the Fokker D.VII, but it was less agile. Two different models for 2002/2004/FSX/CFS2 by A.F.Scrub.6.4MB
FSX P-51 Racing Colors. Origianl FS2004 model Roger Dial. Repaint by Chris Krawczyk. No VC. 6.6MB
FSX/FS2004 AW.15 Atalanta. Four-engined, British airliner of 1932. Eight Atalantas were built, and they served on the African and Indian routes of Imperial Airways. Much-improved version 3 model, works with FSX as well as FS2004. By Jens B. Kristensen. 14.4MB
FSX/FS2004 Boeing PW-9 early fighter biplane. This plane is meant for FSX but is perfectly flyable in FS2004. The PW-9 was much inspired by the Fokker D-VII. The fuselage was of welded steel tubing construction put together by arc-welding (a Boeing-developed technique). The aircraft was a single-bay biplane with tapered wings . The lower wing was shorter and narrower than the upper wing. The wings were of traditional wooden frame construction with fabric covering. During 1926, the production PW-9s were shipped to US bases in Hawaii and the Philippines. GMAX source included. Complete model by A.F.Scrub. 6.5MB
FSX Fokker Dr1 Triplane"The Red Baron". On April 21, 1918 at 10:45 am, Manfred von Richthofen ("The Red Baron") was killed by a single .303 calibre bullet through the heart. This is a representation of the Fokker Dr1 triplane he flew that day, the last in the triology of triplanes, and thus, was born a legend. Panel by Frank Elton. 6.7MB