Author: Xudeva Irribarra Date: 15 Jun 2013
FS2004/FSX Airbus A-330-243, Corsair. The A330-200 painted with Corsair International brand new livery. This is a repaint of a real aircraft registered as F-HBIL. Airbus A330-200 model and effects included.
Author: A. F. Scrub Date: 20 Aug 2012
FS2004/FSX Goodyear F2G-1 & F2G-2 Super Corsair. The Super Corsair was based around the powerful Pratt and Whitney R-4360 Wasp Major engine, which was capable of providing 3000 hp, a big increase on the 2000 hp engine used in the original Corsair. In addition, an all-round vision bubble-type canopy was installed. The new aircraft was technically a great success. It could reach a speed of over 450 mph, fast enough to intercept the Japanese kamikaze aircraft at a safer distance from the carriers. Both the F2G-1 and F2G-2 models are included.
Author: A. F. Scrub Date: 14 Jan 2009
FS2004/FSX Corsair F4U-1. Big, tough, and fast, the gull-winged Corsair was a formidable fighter against any opposition. It was the first navy fighter to exceed 400 mph in level flight. The Corsair's signature gull wing prevented its immense propeller from chewing up the deck while keeping the landing gear struts short enough not to buckle in rough carrier landings.
Author: Paul Clawson Date: 21 May 2007
FS2004 Vought SBU-1. The SBU-1 was one of many Vought aircraft to be named "Corsair". It was one of the last fixed gear scout bombers to used by the Navy. This FSDSv3 project has the usual animations, sliding canopy, operating tail hook, landing and nav lights. The 2D panel and VC are based on a photo. The VC has operating gauges and animated flight controls. The paint job is for the 1st section leader of VS-3 assigned to the USS Saratoga. The 2D panel has the catapult and arrestor gauge from rcbco-20.zip installed for carrier ops, rcbco-20.zip is not included.
Author: Chris Herring Date: 08 Jan 2007
FS2004 Chance Vought X04U-1 Corsair Floatplane. Only one X04U-1 was built for the NAVY and first flew in 1931. It was Vought's first airplane with a monocoque fuselage and fabric covered metal wing structure. It could be mounted on wheels or floats. It crashed during flight test prior to Navy acceptance. Its intended purpose was as a scouting and observation aircraft. It never made it into production but the seaplane version was planed.
Author: R. Brissac Date: 16 Jan 2006
FS2004 Junkers Ju-87B-2 Stuka. This aircraft was made to fly under CFS2, and has been converted to fly under Flight Simulator 2004. The cfg file has been modified and the panel used is the Vough Corsair F4U-1D. If you have that plane, all gauges will work correctly. If don't, you can try another panel. All others files are the original ones.
Author: Mick Morrissey Date: 16 Oct 2005
FS2002/FS2004/CFS2 Grumman FF-1, FF-2, SF-1, Mega-Pack for Golden Wings. This package contains CFS-2 Grumman FF-1, which works perfectly in FS9, and 20 repaints depicting it as the FF-1, FF-2 and SF-1. The paints depict all the section leaders of the U.S. Navy's VF-5B and VS-3B, the only fleet squadrons to operate the FF-1 and SF-1, and a selection of Naval Air Reserve aircraft. Since part of the tail is untextured, repainting all the liveries except those of VF-5 required re-coloring the model files, so eight versions of the model file are included. Two are colored for use with Emilio Moskowich's Spanish Civil War and Jim Jacobson's RCAF repaints, which are not included in this set. There is a modified panel with a bitmap that better depicts the FF's enclosed cockpit and has somewhat larger instruments. Sounds are aliased to the FS9 Lockheed Vega, and alternate sound.cfg files are provided for FS2002 Cessna 182 and CFS-2 Vought F4U Corsair. The original flight dynamics files are included to make this a complete package.