FSX/P3Dv3,v4 Bucker Bu 133 Jungmeister The Bucker Bu133 Jungmeister (young master) was an advanced trainer of the Luftwaffe in the 1930s. It was a single-engine, single-seat biplane of wood and tubular steel construction and covered in fabric. The Jungmeister design remained competitive in international aerobatic competition into the 1960s. FSX/P3D v3,v4 upgrade by A.F. Scrub.
FSX Fokker Spider. Anthony Fokker flew over the city of Haarlem on August 31st, 1911. This freeware model was made to fly it at home. By Rien Cornelissen.
FSX Curtiss F9C-2 Sparrowhawk. The Sparrowhawk was a small light weight fighter designed to be carried internal to the large US Navy dirgibles such as the USS Macon and USS Akron and launched for defense and then retrieved on trapeze fittings. This is a native FSX SP2 project. It is painted for service with the USS Akron. It has the usual animations, animated tail hook, bump maps, and .dds textures. The 2D panel and VC are based on a drawing. The VC has working gauges and animated flight controls. By Paul Clawson.
FSX Douglas O-46. The Douglas O46 was the last of a long line of Douglas Obsevation aircraft designed for the USAAC. It first entered service in 1937. This is an FSX Acceleration native model. It has the usual animations, reflective glass, working cowl flaps, some bump maps and .dds textures. The 2D panel and VC are based on panels of similar craft of the same era. The VC has working instruments and animated flight controls. By Paul Clawson.
FSX Curtiss CW-1 "Junior". A true FSX version of the "Junior" created with FSDS v3.51 and compiled with Xtomdl. It has the usual animations, landing light, and nav lights. It comes with two liveries: a factory paint job and a white livery from the last existing CW-1 in France. It has a 2D panel and a VC with moving controls. By Paul Clawson.
FSX Boeing 314 Clipper. Boeing's Clipper redone for FSX. This is an original Mike Stone airframe redone by D. L. Tarbox. Textures were changed and panel was redone also, although there is no vc. Complete aircraft included.
FSX Curtiss P-6E Hawk. Another flyable AI model that came from the Bill Lyons Golden Hawaii package, the Curtiss P6E Hawk. It uses the Waco Classic Sound and Panel. Modifications were made to make it flyable. This is the whole aircraft. What's more, Shockwave lights have been added to it. By David Burgess.
FSX Waco SRE Aristocrat. The Waco SRE dates from 1940 and was the last of the Waco cabin biplanes. It was luxurious for its time and was known as the Aristocrat. This is a native FSX Acceleration model based on the paint scheme of a SRE owned by a personal friend. It has the usual animations, .dds textures, reflective glass and a specular shine. The VC features working gauges and animated flight controls. There is a minimal 2D panel. By Paul Clawson.
FSX Laird Turner Meteor. Roscoe Turner had set many records with his Lockheed Vega, Air Express, and Wedell Williams but the Wedell was getting outclassed and in 1936 Turner contracted with Lawrence W. Brown Aircraft Company to build him a new racing aircraft. The Laird Turner Meteor was flown to victory by Col Roscoe Turner in the 1939 Thompson Trophy Race. Original model by Michel Migaud, upgraded to FSX Acceleration by A.F. Scrub.
FSX Boeing F4B-4. The Boeing F4B-4 was the last fixed gear biplane fighter in the US Navy inventory. This model is painted for Squadron VF-6 assigned to the USS Ranger CV-4. It was designed in FSDS v3.51 and compiled with Xtomdl into FSX SP2. The textures are .bmp format. It has the usual animations plus an operating tail hook. The 2D panel and VC are based on a photo and the VC has operating instruments plus animated flight controls. You can use this package to fly in a full section formation with you friends or give FSX Recorder Module v1.3 a try. Full section repaint by Andreas Fey. This package includes the original model by Paul Clawson.
FSX Buecker BU-133 Jungmeister in the paint scheme of Elisabeth Bach. The Jungmeister with its radial engine was a more powerful aerobatic biplane than the BU-131 Jungmann. Liesel Bach, the best German female aerobatic pilot between 1930 and 1970 flew that Buecker BU-133 1937 in Zurich. The original FS2004 model is from Capt. I. D'Attomo and Capt. G.Quai. This addon provides a model converted to FSX with an highly improved and enlarged VC. Panel by Michael Pook. FSX converted and repaint by Erwin Welker.
FSX Waco Classic. This is Lynn and Bill Lyons' Waco Classic for FS2004 converted to FSX. Tweaks and modifications by David Grindele.
FS2004/FSX Waco CG-4 "Hadrian". This model flies equally well in both FS2004 and FSX as a stand-alone glider. It has the usual animations plus opening nose section and spoilers. It is towable in FSX. The readme contains instructions on how to change the tow plane to a C-47. By Paul Clawson.
FSX Antoinette Type VII. The Antoinette Type VII Monoplane has been considered by many to be the most beautiful aeroplane of the period. Few Antoinette Monoplanes were built, but one, owned and flown by Hubert Latham, a master of the type from England, made a number of famous flights in the U.S., including one across the Golden Gate and over the cities of San Francisco. Original model released as Public Domain by Joe Binka. Packaged for FSX by the Nor-Cal Prop Club.
FSX Howard DGA-15P. The Howard DGA-15 was first produced in 1940 and was quite luxurious for the time. About 40 were produced for the civilian market. Later production was for the Navy as a air ambulence and the Air Corps as a utility transport. This is a FSDSv3.51 project compiled with Xtomdl into FSX. It has the usual animations, nav lights and landing lights. It uses .dds textures. The 2D panel and VC are based on a early photo. The VC has working gauges and animated controls. By Paul Clawson.
FSX Native Paulistina. The CAP-4 Paulistinha was a military and civilian trainer aircraft built in Brazil during the 1930s and 1940s. It was originally developed by Empresa Aeronautica Ypiranga (EAY) as an unlicensed copy of the Taylor Cub powered by a Salmson 9Ad radial engine. It featured a high strut-braced wing, two enclosed tandem seats, and a steel-tube fuselage with fabric covering. Its tailwheel undercarriage was not retractable. Gmax model by A.F. Scrub.
FSX Vought SBU-1. The SBU-1 first entered service in 1935. It was the first scout bomber to exceed 200 mph and the first US Navy plane to use cowl flaps for better engine cooling. This is a native FSX Acceleration model. It features the usual animations plus cowl flaps. It has a specular shine and liveries for service on the US CV-2, CV-3 and CV-4 carriers. The VC is based on real photos. It has animated flight controls and back lighted gauges for night operations. By Paul Clawson.
FS2004/FSX Caudron C684 vintage sport racing aircraft. The Caudron 684 was a 1936 two-seater sport plane, constructed of wood and covered with coated fabric. Only one was built. It contibuted directly to the later C690 trainers and the light fighter series C714, CR760 and CR770. Gmax model by A.F. Scrub.
FSX Airspeed Oxford. A full Gmax aircraft with fully interactive VC. An update of the FS2004 version with many improvements to the original. Both camo and civil versions included. By Keith Hackett.
FSX Acceleration Aero A 102 Gullwing Fighter Prototype. The Aero A.102 was a Czechoslovakian gull winged fighter aircraft that flew in prototype form in 1934. Climb rate, top speed and manoeuvrability proved good but landing speed was considered to be too high and no production followed. Original FS2002 model by Milan Lisner, upgraded to FSX Acceleration (only) by A.F. Scrub.
FSX Consolidated Commodore. The Commodore first flew in 1930 and several were procured by Pan American Airways for use on the U.S. East coast to the Caribbean runs. This is a native FSX Acceleration project. It has the usual animations, .dds textures, and a muted specular shine. The VC is based on a very early PBY Catalina and has working gauges and animated flight controls. There is no 2D panel. By Paul Clawson.
FS2004/FSX Farman-Voisin No.1 special 100th anniversary of the first circular kilometer at Issy-Les-Moulineaux, the 13th January 1908. New model for FS2004 and FSX from the copy airplane stored in "Musee de l'Air" Mae Le Bourget. Model and texture by Jean-Michel Castagne.
FS2004/FSX Bloch 200. The Bloch MB. 200 was a French bomber aircraft built by Societe des Avions Marcel Bloch, designed in response to a 1932 requirement for a new day/night bomber. The MB.200 entered production in 1933, and equipped 12 French squadrons by the end of 1935. Production in France totalled over 200 aircraft. The MB200 was still used but obsolete at the beginning of WW2. Gmax model by A.F. Scrub.
FS2004/FSX Caudron C561 vintage racing aircraft. The extremely refined C.561 was the end of a famous and successful line of racers designed by Marcel Riffard and his colleagues at Avions Caudron in the 1930's. The fuselage was a totally new design providing a flush hood for the cockpit doing away with the windscreen entirely. Consideration was given to attempting to raise the World Air Speed Record with the C.561 but this idea was abandoned along with development of the 8 litre engine. Gmax model by A.F. Scrub.
FSX 1917 Zepplin Staaken R.VI. This aircraft was mainly used for night bombing raids on London. The plane had enclosed crew cabins and the engines could be worked on during flight. Original FS2004 model by Stuart Green. Packaged for FSX by the Nor-Cal Prop Club.
FSX/P3D v4 Curtiss JN-4D. Mass production of aircraft in the United States began with the Curtiss JN "Jenny" series (over 6000 built). This JN-4D model aircraft is produced from source files included with the FS9 SDK. The source files were modified to provide FSX/P3Dv4 compliant exterior and interior models while retaining compatability with existing repaint skins such as those available on the Ford Tri-motor Project website, by Dave Carroll.
FS2004/FSX Polikarpov I-152. The I152 represented an extensive modification of the earlier I-15. The distinctive "gull" shape of the upper wing was replaced with a more traditional "straight" wing. The nine cylinder M25 radial engine of 775 horsepower was enclosed in a long chord cowling. The cantilever single strut undercarriage was retained, and some machines were fitted with wheel spats. Gmax model by A.F. Scrub.
FS2004/FSX/P3D Arrow Active Mk II. This is the second improved version of an aircraft designed in 1931. Constructed of steel, aluminium and fabric it competed in the UK Kings Cup air races. Refurbished in 1958 and fitted with a Gipsy Major engine, it has now been returned to its original Gipsy III engine and it resides at Breighton with The Real Aircraft Company. Designed to be used in FS2004 it will portover to FSX with only an engine start problem. It can also be used in P3D, although mods are needed to change the prop texture on the rear face. By Keith Paine.
Microsoft Flight Simulator (FS2020) 10/10/2019 Development UpdateDelivering the deliverables we said would be delivered during the delivery of updates. We are pleased to announce that the first episode of our Feature Discovery Series has been released! Recently presented at the Global Preview Event, Episode 1 (World) is an in-depth look at the world we're...
Microsoft Flight Simulator (FS2020) Global Preview EventRedmond Washington – Today, we have reached another critical milestone in our development. On September 19th and 20th, Microsoft hosted a small number of press and community representatives at the Rainier Flight Service in Renton Washington to attend the Global Preview Event for the next evolution of...
VATSIM Announces Cross The Pond airports eventVATSIM have listed the airports for their annual Cross the Pond event. The Vote is in and the selected airports for Cross the Pond Eastbound are KBOS, KJFK, KMCO, KMIA, KORD, CYYZ, EHAM, EKCH, EIDW, EGLL, EDDM, and EPWA! Slots for the first Cross the Pond on Audio for VATSIM will be opening soon...
Lionheart Provides Update for Zenith CH701I have released 2 updates this morning for the Zenith CH701. This rectifies 3 issues: Door sounds installed Flap sounds installed Missing Zenith hanger from 'Mexico Memorial Airport' KMYJ Happy STOL flights! Source
Drubware Announces FS Cabin Crew For Prepar3D v4At drubware we would like to announce that the FSX version of our module "FS Cabin Crew" that adds the voices of the cabin crew talking to the passengers during the flight is now fully compatible with Prepar3D v4. New users can install it directly to Prepar3D and the ones that already had the FSX...
September 26th, 2019 – Flight Simulator 2020 (FS2020) Development UpdateThe team is incredibly excited to officially kickoff our Feature Discovery Series with a preview of Episode 1 (World), posted in the Insider Area. In this series we will be covering the core features in attempt to answer many of the most discussed topics throughout the community. We’re also...
Fly The Maddog X 1.5b486 Open BetaHello Captains! I'm glad to inform you that a new Open Beta build (1.5b486) is ready for download! We have fixed all reported issues with previous 1.5b476 Open Beta and updated all documents (see changelog below), we strongly recommend that you read them as they contain important information! If you want to...
X-Plane Gateway Showcase: Paro VQPRThe X-Plane airport gateway collection continues to expand and every so often Laminar Research likes to show off a particularly nice addition. Paro International (VQPR) is getting a Gateway scenery upgrade. This airport is above 7,000 feet elevation and only operates under VMC and during daylight...
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 (FS2020) September 20th Development UpdateWe’re going to keep this update brief, get right to the important info. Here is the current schedule for the upcoming Tech Alpha: Tech Alpha Timeline October 10: Release testing complete. Lock final delivery schedule. October 17: Build release preparation. October 24: Release window opens. Coming next...
Runway 26 Simulations Previews MHTG ToncontinHere are some early previews of what I've been working on in the past 3-4 days. Known as one of the most dangerous airports in the world, MHTG-Toncontin Airport, for X-Plane. Source
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