Author: George Csillag Date: 21 Jun 2013
FS2004 Zlin 526 F Trener, HA-SAW. An aerobatic training plane from the former Czechoslovakia. The unlimited aerobatics version, built for the US FAR 23 rules with M137A engine in 1969. Designed by Tibor Kokai. The HA-SAW privately owned was in Budapest. Reworked pack, repaint, added sounds and FD mods.
Author: Paul Craig Date: 21 Jun 2013
FS2004/FSX Embraer ERJ-135ER, Eastern Airways. Complete package for FS2004 and FSX of the Project Open Sky Embraer ERJ-135 in Eastern Airways livery, registration G-CGMB, CN 145189. Complete with POSKY ERJ VC for both FS2004 and FSX.
Author: Xudeva Irribarra Date: 21 Jun 2013
FS2004 Boeing 747-244B, South African Airways. The B747-200 painted with SAA's first livery. This is a repaint of a real aircraft registered as ZS-SAO with the 70's vintage livery. Boeing 747-200 V4 model and effects included.
Author: Camil Valiquette Date: 18 Jun 2013
FS2004 Boeing 787-9, Korean Air, V2. Version 2 includes aircraft design improvements plus updated animations. This CamSim version 2 also includes three aircraft with different Animated Ground Servicing, AGS.
Author: AeroSimulaciones Date: 18 Jun 2013
FS2004/FSX Boeing 747-400, Air France. The B747-400 wearing the French airline Air France colors. AF is the French flag carrier head quartered in Tremblay-en-France, and is a founding member of the SkyTeam global airline alliance. They serve 35 destinations in France and 156 destinations in 91 countries. Model ncluded.
Author: Xudeva Irribarra Date: 18 Jun 2013
FS2004/FSX Airbus A-320-214, Air Malta. New repaint for the Airbus A320-200, this time displaying Air Malta's brand new livery. Repaint of a real aircraft registered as 9H-AEN. Airbus A320 model included.
Author: Carlos A. Echevarria & David Wooster Date: 18 Jun 2013
FS2004 Martin P4M-1/1Q Mercator, V2.0. The P4M Mercator version 2.0 is an all new aircraft and is not an update to the previous released P4M Mercator. The changes include all new texture mapping and texture files, new 2D instrument panel with new panel background, new or revised instruments, and added a popup control wheel, completely new VC cockpit with new interior textures, new or revised instruments, new panel background and moving controls. Added a new fictional fire bomber version of the P4M Mercator. The P4M lost the competition to be the Navy's next maritime patrol and anti-submarine aircraft to the smaller and less expensive Lockheed P2V Neptune. The Mercator had a distinguished career in the electronic reconnaissance role. These aircraft will work as AI aircraft if desired. Aircraft can fly with all four engines, jet engines only, or piston engines only. Any of the engines can be started or shut down separately as desired using the 2D pedestal or the standard MSFS assigned keys.
Author: Xudeva Irribarra Date: 15 Jun 2013
FS2004/FSX Airbus A-320-212, Interjet. Airbus A320-200 painted with Interjet Airlines main livery. This is a repaint of a real aircraft registered as XA-ABC. Airbus A320-200 v2.1 model included.
Author: A. F. Scrub Date: 15 Jun 2013
FS2002/FS2004/CFS2 Bloch MB131C. The Bloch 131 was developed from Bloch 130.01 Guynemer prototype. It flew in July 1934 and was completely redesigned, with a glazed nose and tall single fin and rudder, and powered by two 708kW Gnome-Rhone 14N radial engines. A retractable undercarriage was fitted. Armament comprised 7.5mm machine-guns in nose, dorsal turret and ventral positions. One hundred and thirty-nine production Bloch 131 were built for the Armee de l'Air in the RB4 category as four-crew machines intended for bombing and reconnaissance. The first six aircraft were delivered by June 1938, the rest by September 1939. Most went to Reconnaissance Groupes, suffering heavy losses at the beginning of the 'Phoney War' period. From October 1939 the type was used only for occasional night missions and for training. The max bomb load in various combinations was 800kg. Following Frances capitulation, the Vichy regime used surviving Bloch 131s for target-towing.
Author: Udo Entenmann & Stephan Scholz Date: 15 Jun 2013
FS98 Focke-Wulf Fw 200-A Condor. A 1937 German long-range passenger transport built by Focke Wulf. It was the first inter-continental airliner of all time, with elegant, graceful lines, powered by four 720 hp BMW 132G-1 radial engines, with a top speed of 197 kt, 365 kph It comfortably seated 26 passengers and had a crew of four. The famous D-ACON "Brandenburg" established two long-range speed records in 1938: a return flight from Berlin Tempelhof to New York Floyd Bennett, averaging 110 kt, 205 mph, twice that of typical landplanes of the time, and a three-stop flight from Berlin to Tokyo in 46 hours. Three prototypes and nine pre-production units were built. The outbreak of WW2 however, thwarted the model's very promising career, and it was further developed for military purposes, where it was of limited effectivity. The Deutsche Technik Museum in Berlin is painstakingly restoring one FW200 recovered recently from a Norwegian fjord to its original state, and work is planned to be completed in 2025.