Author: Alf Werner Date: 31 Oct 2003
FS2002/FS2004 US Army Cessna O-1E L-19 "Bird Dog". US Army Cessna O-1E L-19 "Bird Dog" of the Berlin Brigade, registration 01546. Was used in Berlin-Tempelhof from 1965 to 1975. This FS model has much as possible moving parts like flaps, ailerons, rudder, elevator,tail wheel which steer linked to the rudder and main gear rolling wheels. Original model by Massimo Taccoli, repainted by Alf Werner.
Author: Mark Beaumont & Ian Richardson Date: 31 Oct 2003
FS2004 Douglas DC-3, DC-3 Airways Bare Metal Versions. These are official repaints for the virtual airline 'DC-3 Airways' and are intended primarily for use by 'DC-3 Airways' pilots. Visit 'DC-3 Airways' at www.dc3airways.com to learn more. This 1940's scheme is designed to be typical of the simple, yet stylish liveries that adorned the bare metal fuselages of pre and post WW-II civilian aircraft. This download includes two versions; a civilian-built DC-3 with Wright Cyclone engines and a C-47 conversion in cargo configuration powered by Pratt & Whitneys. Based on Jan Visser's legendary DC-3 model for FS2000, updated for FS2002, both models include transparent cabin windows, nightlighting and a 3D interior. The passenger aircraft has a folding stair door and appropriate cabin; the cargo version has double doors and DC-3 Airways cargo both inside and outside the aircraft at rest. Includes FS2002 lights fix by Paul Pridmore. Default panel and sound. Repaints by Mark Beaumont.
Author: Mark Beaumont & Ian Richardson Date: 31 Oct 2003
FS2004 Douglas DC-3, DC-3 Airways classic and 1940's liveries. Based on the default DC-3, these fictional works represent two official repaints for the virtual airline 'DC-3 Airways'. They are intended primarily for use by 'DC-3 Airways' pilots. Visit 'DC-3 Airways' at www.dc3airways.com to learn more. The classic livery continues the great tradition of the legendary FS2002 N1776 by Jan Visser, with certain refinements; offering a timeless livery that would look as appropriate on a 1950's DC-3 as it would today. This aircraft is named "The Charles Wood" in honor of the founder of 'DC-3 Airways'. The 1940's livery is designed to be typical of the simple, yet stylish liveries that adorned the bare metal fuselages of pre and post WW-II civilian aircraft, and is modelled on a civilian-built DC-3, with folding stair door. Includes revised, 'cleaned-up' main panel bitmap by Andy Hatcher. Aircraft repaints by Mark Beaumont and Ian Richardson.
Author: Tom Stovall Date: 31 Oct 2003
FS2004 Lockheed Martin F-16 South Carolina ANG. USAF Lockheed Martin F-16 South Carolina Air National Guard repaint of original aircraft by Kirk Olsson. The plane is a representation of the actual tail number 79-291 aircraft of the SC ANG, textures only. Original aircraft USVIPER.zip is required.
Author: Tony Johns Date: 31 Oct 2003
FS2004 Frontier Airlines 737-300, registration N310FL "Bald Eagle". Frontier still flies several 737-300s although they are transitioning to Airbus aircraft. TEXTURES ONLY, requires the FFX/SGA 737-300 model for FS2002/2004 by Erick Cantu. Repaint by Tony Johns.
Author: Werner Schott Date: 31 Oct 2003
FS2004 Manual/Checklist - De Havilland DHC-6 Twin Otter. Manual/Checklist - De Havilland DHC-6 Twin Otter. In PDF-format as a booklet. From "cold" - Pre Start - Startup - Before Taxi - Taxi - Before Takeoff - Takeoff - Climb Out - Cruise - Descent - Approach - Landing - Taxi To Ramp - Shutdown - Securing Aircraft - to "cold". Based on the "De Havilland DHC-6 Twin Otter" aircraft and panel by Project GlobeTwotter Udo Lemmob, Barry Blaisdell, Samy Fay and Bob May. FS2002 version had more than 5000 downloads. Freeware by Werner Schott, Switzerland.
Author: Alex Christoff Date: 31 Oct 2003
FS2004 King Air Panel. King Air all-glass panel modification for FS9 by Alex Christoff. This is my simplified interpretation of the Collins Glass panel modification of the King Air panel, recently featured in the November edition of FLYING magazine. This panel utilizes all default gauges,and includes all of the necessary simicons and the wonderful RNWY INFO gauge by Ernie Alston for autpmatically selecting and tuning an ILS frequency into you NAV1 radio while flying, and without pausing the sim or losing sight of the instrument panel.
Author: Hauger Fredo Date: 31 Oct 2003
FS2002/FS2004 Vieux-Ferette LF6822. This package contain the Vieux-Ferette ULM airfield. A small but very great ULM field located in Alsace, Northeast from France. Included Hangars, Club House, static ULMs and much more... Very great start point to fly in VFR and discover the region with your favorite ULM.
Author: Massimo Taccoli & Garardo Taccoli Date: 31 Oct 2003
FS2002/FS2004 Vulcanair formerly Partenavia P68-C. The model shows the highly succesful Italian light twin. This is the new FSDS v2 model have all moving parts, rolling wheels , gear suspension and reflective textures. This model is expressely made to be used with the new panel developed by Arne Bartels and Jean-Pierre Langer. files P68_panel_2k2.zip e P68_panel_2k4.zip. Original model by Massimo Taccoli, textures by Massimo and Gerardo Taccoli.
Author: Michael Pearson Date: 31 Oct 2003
FS2004 Tupolev Tu-204-120, Eastline Airlines. Tupolev Tu-204-120 with Rolls-Royce RB211 engines, in Eastline Airlines livery; painted in 32-bit textures. Per Eastline's flightplans, they have at least one of these aircraft in service. Aircraft model and base textures by Robert Versluys; thank you Robert, I have been waiting for this one for awhile.
Author: A. I. Date: 31 Oct 2003
FS2002/FS2004 Sikorsky S-61N, Brunei Shell. One of Brunei Shell's Sikorsky S-61N helicopter used to ferry workers to offshore platforms, such as Champion-7 and Fairley-4 offshore platforms, in the South China Sea. Aircraft reg. V8-BSP, operating out of Anduki airfield located in Seria, Brunei. Originals by D. Hardcastle. Repaint by A. I.
Author: Udo Entenmann Date: 31 Oct 2003
FS2002 Spasatel Rescue Ekranoplan. Russian Lun Class Ekranoplan "Spasatel", in yellow Air-Sea-Rescue colour scheme with space for 500 people, 70 beds and 6 large rescue rafts. Construction was 95% completed in 1989, at present awaiting financing. 400 tons MTOW, cruising at 243-270 Kts, 12-25 ft above the waves, with a range of over 1600 miles! Simple Custom panel included. Realistic FD and virtual model with animated parts by Stephan Scholz. Textures by Udo Entenmann.