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: Kazunori Ito Date: 12 Dec 2012
FS2002/FS2004 Vickers Type 287 Wellesley Mk.I. This was a British 1930s light bomber built by Vickers-Armstrongs at Brooklands near Weybridge, Surrey, for the Royal Air Force. While it was obsolete by the start of the Second World War, and unsuited to the European air war, the Wellesley was successfully used in the desert theatres of East Africa, Egypt and the Middle East.
Author: Kazunori Ito Date: 27 Nov 2012
FS2002/FS2004 Fokker D. XXIII. This is a fighter of the Netherlands developed just before World War II. The layout that has two engines arranged front and back in the body. Though the test was begun in May 1939, the low output of the engine and cooling the back engine became problems. The Netherlands surrendered after the invasion of the German army in May 1940, and development was discontinued. Only one prototype was destroyed afterwards or is said to have been confiscated by Germany to use as research material.
Author: Gerard G. Olvis Date: 31 Oct 2012
FS2002/FS2004 Eurocopter EC-145, World Aviation, RP-C8226. The Eurocopter EC 145 is a twin-engine light utility helicopter manufactured by Eurocopter. Originally referred to as the BK 117 C2, the EC145 is based upon the MBB/Kawasaki BK 117 C1, which became a part of the Eurocopter line-up in 1992 when the company was formed through the merger of the Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm helicopter division of Daimler-Benz and the helicopter division of Aerospatiale-Matra. The EC145 is a twin-engine aircraft and can carry up to nine passengers along with two crew, depending on customer configuration. The helicopter is marketed for passenger transport, corporate transport, emergency medical services, EMS, search and rescue, parapublic and utility roles. The virtual cockpit is fully instrumented and all of the moveable parts are animated. The passenger doors can be opened via the shortkey. With auto-pilot and auto-hover controls. Thanks to Franz Haider who developed the gauges.
Author: Kazunori Ito Date: 13 Oct 2012
FS2002/FS2004 Radon, Rodan in USA. Science fiction animation plastic model series no. 35. Radon, Rodan, is a fictional monster that appears on the monster film of the Toho production including the movie "Radon, Giant Monster of the Sky", "Rodan!" in the United States It is called a Toho three major monster with Godzilla and Mothra. The Japanese name "Radon" is a contraction of "pteranodon". The sonic boom created by its body is huge and it flies at supersonic speed. Therefore, the town is destroyed just by it flying. Two kinds of model and panel, no controller/with controller, are included.
Author: Kazunori Ito Date: 28 Sep 2012
FS2002/FS2004 BAT Wing. Science fiction animation plastic model series No. 34. This aircraft is based on SF action movie "The BATMAN". This is a small jet plane used in the sky of the Gossam city when Batman confronts it with the Joker.
Author: Kazunori Ito Date: 22 Sep 2012
FS2002/FS2004 Blohm & Voss BV142 V2/U1. This was a German civil aircraft developed for the transatlantic air mail service, originally designed for the German national airline Lufthansa. The first prototype was flown on 11 October 1938. Soon after the start of World War II, it was proposed to convert all four prototype BV142 to long-range maritime patrol aircraft. The BV142 V2, thus underwent a trial modification.
Author: Kazunori Ito Date: 22 Sep 2012
FS2002/FS2004 BAe Hawk 200, Mk208, Malaysian Air Force. The Hawk 200 series is a single seat, radar-equipped, lightweight, multi-role combat aircraft. This model is Type Mk208 of Royal Malaysian Air Force, Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia:TUDM This file includes three kinds of model, clean/with pylon and tank/full weapon.
Author: Kazunori Ito Date: 19 Sep 2012
FS2002/FS2004 Boulton Paul P. 100. This was an unbuilt project for a ground-attack aircraft to a draft Air Ministry specification, unnumbered, of March 1942. The P100 was the most advanced and unorthodox of the many designs the aircraft industry responded with. It had a canard - pusher layout to give the pilot the best possible view and would have had an armament of 40mm and 20mm cannons along with bombs and rockets. Two kinds of models, clean / with missile, are included.
Author: Kazunori Ito Date: 10 Sep 2012
FS2002/FS2004 Avia Accord 201. This aircraft is designed by Research & Production Association "Avia Ltd" Moscow, Russia, registered in 1991 and certified as "Designer of light civil aircraft".