Author: A. F. Scrub Date: 22 May 2013
FS2004/FSX Arado Ar 79. Back in more successful pre-war times, the Ar79 had represented the company's attempt to design a cheap and cheerful modern light aircraft that would lend itself well to common, non-utility tasks. Unusually, despite it being 1938, it was designed for the civil market only and very few were actually used in military service. Its clean lines and retractable main gear gave it a respectable performance.
Author: Erwin Welker Date: 22 May 2013
FS2004 Features For Pilotable Heavy Cruiser Prinz Eugen. It accompanied the battleship Bismarck, which has sunk the HMS Hood. This was originally a CFS2 ship from the package KREIGSMARINE.ZIP from James Smith and Bruce Baker. This add-on provides a pilotable ship with bridge, six deck views, sounds and special effects. Two views show an Arado-196 placed onto the catapult.
Author: A. F. Scrub Date: 22 May 2013
FS2004/FSX Nieuport 28C.1 WW1 fighter. The Nieuport 28C1 was developed in mid-1917 in an attempt to compete with the superior performance of the Spad VII and the recently introduced Spad XIII. It was the first fighter aircraft to serve with an American fighter unit under American command and in support of U.S. troops. It was also the first type to score an aerial victory with an American unit.
Author: Edmundo Abad Date: 22 May 2013
CFS Yakovlev Yak-3. The Yakovlev Yak-3 was a World War II Soviet fighter aircraft. Robust and easy to maintain, it was much liked by pilots and ground crew alike. It was one of the smallest and lightest major combat fighters fielded by any combatant during the war, and its high power-to-weight ratio gave it excellent performance. It proved a formidable dogfighter. This virtual model represent the Yak3 #3, of "Normandie-Niemen" squadron, summer camouflage-1943. And the Yak3 #58, of VVS, Soviet Air Force, flown by Serghiei Luganski, winter camouflage. Based on FS98, Yak9/MDL modified without nose cooler and antenna, Dennis Wasnich original. Yak panel by Bruno Duffort. All reworked to CFS, with new air file, up-scaled, damage profile, moving parts and new textures
Author: Hongming Zheng Date: 19 May 2013
FS2004 Boeing 737-700, Xiamen Airlines, B-2998. This is one of the first Xiamen Airlines B737-700 to be painted in the updated livery. This aircraft is complete with model, panel, sound and textures.
Author: A. Polash Date: 19 May 2013
FS2004/FSX Boeing 777-31H, Emirates. An accurate paint along with realistic shadow, shine and reflective effects. Featuring 32 bit highly detailed graphics with night light effects. The model includes all the usual things such as a steering nose wheel, taxi and landing lights, dynamic shine and all moving parts, including a fully animated landing gear animation. Some special things include three opening doors, with visible interior, flexing wings, wing views and trim animation for the horizontal stabilisers.
Author: Erwin Welker Date: 19 May 2013
FS2004 Features For Pilotable Battleships Bismarck And Tirpitz. This was originally a CFS2 ship from the package KREIGSMARINE.ZIP from James Smith and Bruce Baker. This add-on provides pilotable ships with bridge, six deck views, sounds and special effects. One view showes an Arado-196 placed onto the catapult. Included is a repaint for usage as Tirpitz, the texture for the Bismarck is a little modified from the original. Bitmaps and configuration.
Author: J.R. Lucariny Date: 19 May 2013
FS2004 Stinson L-5 Sentinel. Includes U-19, O-62, OY-1, OY-2, Sentinel Mk. I/II. Used for reconnaissance; delivering supplies to, and evacuating litter patients from, isolated units; rescuing Allied personnel from remote areas; laying of communications wire; transporting of personnel; and light bomber.