Latest Added 50 Flight Sim Downloads for FS2004 ( Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 )
Latest Added Downloads for FS2004
FS2004 British Airways Airbus A350-1000 V6 AI. This model is design for AI traffic only, base from my A350-1000 AGS V6 but without AGS and static displays. Model design and paint by Camil Valiquette (CamSim).
FS2004 USAF Boeing 737-100/T-43A Bobcat Texture files only of a T43A used by the Air Force 562d Flight Training Squadron at Randolph AFB. These textures represent T-43A SN 73-153. Textures only, requires file TINMOUSE_II_V1_25.ZIP for complete aircraft. By Michael Field.
FS2004 TinMouse II Boeing 737-200 complete base pack, v1.25. Additions include a fully functional overhead panel and most aircraft systems modeled, a suite of Gmax models including hush kit, gravel kit and cargo versions, flight dynamics, and a complete sound set. The panel incorporates direct integration of the CIVA Delco INS unit (not required, CIVA140.ZIP) and SquawkBox 3. Requires FSUIPC (freeware key integrated into the panel). By Richard Probst, Bob Scott, Terry Gaff, Gustavo Rodrigues and Christoffer Petersen. (See also TINMOUSE_II_V1_26.ZIP)
FS2002/FS2004 McDonnell Douglas MD-90-30. Features all the moving stuff, specular highlights, and accurate shaping whilst still maintaining decent frame rates. Comes with a paintkit and an SAS livery. By Erick Cantu/SGA with help from out-of-group painter Aled Hughes.
FS2004 Turkish Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8. Turkish Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 textures for the AIA Boeing 737 Max 8 model. Textures only. You must need the AI Aardvark Boeing 737 Max 8 model to use it. Designed special for FS2004. By LENAR FS2004 Works.
FS2002/FS2004 P-80B Shooting Star; FSDS v224 model. The Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star was the first operational jet fighter used by the USAAF. By J.R. Lucariny.
FS2004 Scenery for Stornoway Airport in the 1950s. This scenery back-dates Stornoway Airport in the United Kindom (ICAO code EGPO) to the 1950s. Built as a civilian facilty in the 1930s it was requisitioned for military use in the Second World War and was particularly important in the implementation of Operation Bolero, during which U.S. aircraft crossed the Atlantic so that they could undertake operations from bases in the UK. Civilian flights continued throughout, and the airfield was largely but not entirely returned to civilian use after 1945. There was expansion and an important Cold War military role in the 1980s, but that is after the period with which this scenery deals. By Kenneth Lawson.
FS2004 Conviasa Boeing 737-300, registration YV1007. High detailed texture, based on real photos. Textures only, requires Fifty North model. By Guillermo De Armas.
FS2004 Air France Airbus A340-300. This aircraft, registered F-GLZR, is currently flying for the French flag carrier Air France in their main long haul routes. High definition detailed textures only for the payware CLS Airbus A340-300 model. By Rodolfo Estrella C.
FS2004 SNCASE 5000 / 5003 Baroudeur. A French fighter bomber of the early fifties. The SNCASE (Societe Nationale de Construction Aeronautique du Sud-Est) Baroudeur made its first flight on August 1st 1953. The main particularity of this aircraft was the absence of landing gear, resulting in a significant weight saving and the ability to dispense with obligatory concrete runways. The aircraft took off using a separate carriage and had retractable skids for landing. These skids even allow the plane to take-off autonomously from snow or ice-covered strips. Two SE 5000 prototypes and three SE 5003 preproduction machines were built. Unfortunately, the Baroudeur was an unsuccessful contender in the NATO contest for a light strike aircraft in 1957, and the story stopped there. The model has full moving parts and includes a generic old fighter 2D panel compatible with FS2004 and FSX. No VC. Designed by Patrice Grange.
FS2002/FS2004 McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II (latter term type). The nose vulcan and the slot of the horizontal tail that is the feature of Type E is reproduced. Moreover, the leading edge slat of the main wing that is the feature of the production type of latter term is included. A new special panel is attached to this file. By Kazunori Ito.
FS2002/FS2004 North American F-100D Super Sabre. Developed as a follow-on to the F-86 Sabre used in the Korean Conflict, the F-100 was the world's first production airplane capable of flying faster than the speed of sound in level flight (760 mph). Of the 2294 F-100's built before production ended in 1959, 1274 were -D's, more than all the other series combined. Its features included the first autopilot designed for a supersonic jet and a low-altitude bombing system. A special panel for F100 is included in this file. By Kazunori Ito.
FS2002/FS2004 McDonnell F-101B/C/RF-101C VooDoo. The F-101 "Voodoo" was designed by McDonnell Aircraft Corporation as an all weather fighter interceptor for the USAF. The prototype first flew on March 27, 1957, and was fitted with the MG-13 fire control system with automatic search and track mode. Intended originally as a long-range escort fighter for the Strategic Air Command. It was no longer needed in this role when the B-36 bomber was replaced by the B-52. Accordingly, the F-101A was adapted for multi-purpose interceptor/fighter-bomber duties and subsequently was delivered to the Tactical Air Command. The all missile armament was carried internally, and included the Falcon air-to-air missile and Genie nuclear warhead missile. It was an F-101B that flew the USAF's first supersonic radar intercept on June 9, 1958. This aircraft is made by FSDS V2. Full moving parts such as opening of the canopy and drag chutes etc. are contained. The panel and the gauges are not included in this file. by Kazunori Ito.
FS2004 easyJet New Colors Airbus A319. This is a repaint of the payware Feelthere/Wilco Airbus A319 in easyJet new livery. Textures only. Pack contains new flight deck illumination (blue LED lights) as well. By Andrzej Glowacki.
FS2004 Onur Air Airbus A321-200 "Trigema". The iFDG Airbus A321-200 in the livery of Onur Air. Included are default panel and sound. Paint by Dirk Kiefer.
FS2004 Scenery--Albany International Airport - 2019 Edition, New York (NY), USA. This version was intended to add some "life" to the much dated version originally created by the MACH-1 Group - now 10 years old. New textures are applied to concourses including parking garages, individual airline buildings, and much more. In addition, the night environment is much more "alive" as it relates to the fore mentioned buildings. By Michael Lehkamp.
FS2004 Air Koryo Tu-154B-2 - P-552. Project Tupolev Tu-154B-2 in Air Koryo in new colors livery. Textures is Full HD format. Repaint by Sergey Gleba.
FS2004 North-South Airlines de Havilland DH 114 Heron c/n 14043. Delivered new to Dragon Airways in June 1955 as G-ANCI. Leased to Dan-Air London in March 1957. Leased to Cambrian Airways in February 1958. Leased to North-South Airlines in March 1959. Leased to Mercury Airlines in March 1962. Leased to South Coast Airways in February 1965. Leased to Aviator Israel (Executive Air Transport) in March 1966 as 4X-ARL. Leased to Belgian International Air Service (BIAS) in August 1967 as OO-BIA. To Channel Airways in November 1968 as G-ANCI. Broken up at Southend in 1972. By Andre Reimers.
FS2004 Boeing 737-800. The model features very detailed moving parts and highly reflecting metallic skin. Three liveries are provided with this package: a fictional 'AirOne' livery (AirOne airline does not operate the 737-800), a Lufthansa livery and a Ryanair livery. The panel background has been taken from the B737-800 supplied with the new FSX, with minor modifications and all gauges changed to be compatible with FS2004. Included in this model there is also a very simple virtual cockpit, with working essential gauges and animated flight controls. By Italo D'Attomo and Giovanni Quai.
FS2002/FS2004 BAe Harrier GR.7. The Harrier GR7 is a single seat, multi-role combat aircraft that is capable of operating in extreme environments and from a wide selection of locations, including deployed air bases and aircraft carriers. The unique feature about the Harrier is its ability to vector its Pegasus engine thrust. This vectored thrust enables it to operate from short landing surfaces and to take off and land vertically. This model was made for reproduction of a lot of movable parts and making of shape to stick to even detail. The panel is not included in this file. By Kazunori Ito.
FS2002/FS2004 Onur Air McDonnell Douglas MD-88, registration TC-ONN, "ECE". By Arno Aksu. Model by SGA.
FS2004 Scenery--Tiemcen Airport, Algeria - DAON. The FS2004 default airport is outdated with inaccurate ramps and taxiways. This version has improvements and more details. By Stuart John Gilbert II.
FS2002/FS2004 Waco Classic Biplane. This modern fully equipped aircraft is produced by the Waco Classic aircraft Corporation and can be seen around the world giving lucky passengers their first ride in an open cockpit biplane! This package includes six variants of the aircraft, four wheeled and two on floats. From Custom Classics (Lynn and Bill Lyons).
FS2002/FS2004 California Express Beech 1900D. A repaint of Mike Stone's Raytheon/Beechcraft 1900D in California Express natural metal finish. Paint by Peter McKay.
FS2002/FS2004 California Express Virtual Airlines Embraer EMB-120. Aircraft by Nick Botamer and Sam Chin. California Express livery by Peter McKay.
FS2002/FS2004 Dewoitine 520 French warbird. Five liveries available, representing French warbirds during period between 1939 and 1945. Model and textures by Jean-Marie Mermaz.
FS2002/FS2004 Associated Virtual Airlines Boeing 717-200. Aircraft by Sam Chin/Nathan Tenney, paint by Peter McKay.
FS2004 Deutsche Luftwaffe de Havilland DH 114 Heron. Ordered new by the Deutsche Luftwaffe and delivered as CA+001 on 21 May 1957. Reportedly used as the personal aircraft of Chancellor Conrad Adenauer for internal flights. To Shackleton Aviation Ltd on 4 March 1963 as G-ASFI. To Transportes Aereos de Guinea Portuguesa on 15 September 1964 as CR-GAT. To Connellan Airways Ltd on 21 July 1970 as VH-CLW. Converted to Heron 2E/A1 standard by having Lycoming engines installed in March 1972. Withdrawn from service and placed in storage at Alice Springs in 1976. To Premiair / Kendell Airlines on 16 February 1977. Leased to Executive Air Services for evaluation purposes from February to May 1980. To Air Tungaru on 30 May 1981 as T3-ATA. To Sunflower Airlines on 1 December 1984 as DQ-FDY and named 'Belo Vula' (White Heron). Damaged at Nadi Airport on 21 August 1988, but repaired and returned to service. To Heron Airlines in July 1995, but not operated by Heron Airlines. Donated to the Australian Aviation Museum, Bankstown in May 1999. Derelict at Bankstown. By Andre Reimers.
FS2004/FSX Thales Airborne Systems Douglas DC-9-20. Thank you for downloading this AIG version of the Douglas DC9-20, operated by Thales Airborne Systems. In the package you will find this AIG DC-9-20, operated by Thales Airborne Systems in 32 bit textures. Added few pictures allowing first glance in the view section of this file. This is a complete and perfectly flyable aircraft with panel and sounds, using the defaults of the B737-400. This shiny AIG Douglas DC-9-20 features extra bright navigation lights and realistic engine exhaust smoke. The tell-tail lights illuminate the vertical stabilizer. Many camera views have been added too. Smart looking engines complete the exterior highlights. AIG flight plans have been added also. By AIG group / Andrew Carroll / The DFW group / Stellweg Airlines.
FS2004 AirOne Airbus A320-214. Air One has received the first one of 30 A320's. Model by FSX. Repaint by Franco Baratti.
FS2004 Onur Air Boeing 737-800. Textures for the payware PMDG B737-800 with winglets. By Thomas Irlam.
FS2004 Onur Air Airbus A321. Onur Air TC-OAI texture for Payware Overland Airbus A321 model. By Syamsani Shamsuri.
FS2004 Onur Air Boeing 777-300ER. This repaint contains a B777 for Onur Air. This aircraft is painted as a non-fleet aircraft. Doesn't exist in Onur Air fleet in real. The zip file also contains realistic sounds (by Devyn J. Silverstein) and virtual panel. Model by Project Open Sky. By Kagan Atci.
FS2004 Onur Air Airbus A320-200 Fleet. Onur Air A320-200, Airsimmer model with IAE engines. This file contains both TC-OBD and TC-OBE. Repaint by Hinrich Kaestner.
FS2004 StoneAir Stingray concept jet. An imaginary supersonic transport with a top cruising speed of mach 4.69 which appears to be as fast as FS2004 will allow. Optimum altitude is 70,000 feet. By Mike Stone.
FS2004 Dornier 328 Jet. The 328Jet is faster, can fly higher, and is quieter than the Dornier 328 turboprop on which it is based. It has proven successful and more modern variants are planned. By Mike Stone.
FS2004 Lockheed L-1011-500 Tristar update. Lockheed's entry into the wide body jumbo jet market. This magnificant aircraft was well received by airlines and passengers alike. The three engine Tristar was well known for its quiet, comfortable ride. By Mike Stone.
FS2004 Scenery--Pittsburgh Int'l Airport - 2019 Edition, Pennsylvania (PA), USA. This is a re-worked version from the original Mach1 Series. This version, while still quite accurate, was intended to add some "life" to the much dated version - 10 years old. New textures are applied to concourses including parking garages, individual airline buildings, and much more. In addition, the night environment is much more "alive" as it relates to the fore mentioned buildings. By Michael Lehkamp.
FS2004 KLM St Maarten Shorts 360. A KLM-St Maarten repaint of the Shorts 360. Original model by Mike Stone. KLM-St Maarten is a virtual airline based at Princess Juliana International Airport. By Andre Levesque.
FS2004 BUDG-JET Airlines Boeing 727-200 Advanced. Uses default 737 panel and sounds. Aircraft by Mike Stone, BUDG-JET paint by Peter McKay.
FS2004 British Airways Boeing 747-400. BVAir British Airways Boeing 747-400 with Installer. Aircraft made by BVAir. By Sam Littlewood.