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  1. X-Plane 11.30+ Morane Saulnier MS-406 Armee de l'Air 1.0

    X-Plane 11.30+ Morane Saulnier MS-406 Armee de l'Air 1.0. The Morane-Saulnier M.S.406 was a French fighter aircraft developed and manufactured by Morane-Saulnier starting in 1938. It was France's most numerous fighter during the Second World War and one of only two French designs to exceed 1,000 in number. The aircraft presented here is the one used by French fighter ace Patureau-Mirand. Credit goes to Beber for the use of his pilot. By Philippe Gastebois.

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  2. X-Plane 11 Stinson Sentinel Livery Trio 2.0

    X-Plane 11 Stinson Sentinel Livery Trio 2.0. This package contains three previously published liveries, reworked so as to be compatible with the default X-Plane 11 Stinson. Unzip and place the three folders into the liveries directory of the aircraft. By Leen de Jager.

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  3. X-Plane 11.30+ Morane Saulnier MS-406 1.0.1

    X-Plane 11.30+ Morane Saulnier MS-406 1.0.1. The Morane-Saulnier M.S.406 was a French fighter aircraft developed and manufactured by Morane-Saulnier starting in 1938. It was France's most numerous fighter during the Second World War and one of only two French designs to exceed 1,000 in number. The aircraft presented here is the one used by fighter ace Urho Lehtovaara. Credit goes to Beber for the use of his pilot. By Philippe Gastebois.

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  4. X-Plane 75th Anniversary D-Day Douglas C-47/DC-3 1.0

    X-Plane 75th Anniversary D-Day Douglas C-47/DC-3 1.0. This is a fictitious livery of a US C47 commemorating the 75th anniversary of D-Day. The livery is for the Aeroworx DC3/C47 (both X-Plane 10 and 11 variants). Simply unzip and place the newly created folder into the liveries directory of the aircraft. By Paul Mort.

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  5. X-Plane RAF D-Day 75th Anniversary Douglas C-47/DC-3 1.0

    X-Plane RAF D-Day 75th Anniversary Douglas C-47/DC-3 1.0. This is a fictitious RAF D-Day 75th Anniversary livery for the Douglas C47/DC3 by Aeroworx (both X-Plane 10 and 11 variants). Simply unzip and place the 'C-47 RAF DDay 75th Anniversary ZA947' folder into the liveries directory of the aircraft. By Paul Mort.
     

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  6. X-Plane 11 Rosie The Rocketer J3 Cub

    X-Plane 11 Rosie The Rocketer J3 Cub. This is a repaint for A-Pilot's Piper J-3 Cub (PIPER_J-3_CUB-1.ZIP) representing the WWII L-4H flown by Maj. Charles "Bazooka Charlie" Carpenter, whose six bazooka rocket launchers were credited with eliminating six enemy tanks and several armored cars, immobilizing many more tanks and vehicles, and more bringing more havoc down on the enemy during WWII. His actions during the battle of Arracourt were particularly noteworthy. By Thomas Perry.

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  7. X-Plane 11.30+ Nakajima Kikka 1.0

    X-Plane 11.30+ Nakajima Kikka 1.0. The Nakajima Kikka was Japan's first jet aircraft. It was developed late in World War II and the first prototype had only flown once before the end of the conflict. Compared to the Me 262, the Kikka airframe was noticeably smaller and even more conventional in design, with straight wings (lacking the slight sweepback of the Me 262) and tail surfaces. The triangular fuselage cross section characteristic of the German design was less pronounced, due to smaller fuel tanks. The main landing gear of the Kikka were taken from the A6M Zero and the nose wheel from the tail of a Yokosuka P1Y bomber. Two models are included in this package: the VFR version flown in 1945, and a fictional IFR version which has a modern GPS/Glass/HUD/etc. Documentation included in the package. By Billy Bargagliotti.

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  8. X-Plane 11.30 Supermarine Spitfire MK 1A 1.1

    X-Plane 11.30 Supermarine Spitfire MK 1A 1.1. I'm currently working on this Spitfire MK 1, but it's a huge job and I'm not sure I have the courage to finish it by myself. If somebody would like to help me with the animations, I would be really interested and grateful. If you feel you can't help with the animations, I would still very much like to hear from you, as I would like to know your opinion on the appearance of the aircraft and also the flight dynamics. Please use the comments section below. Thank you. By Stephane Toledo.
     

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  9. X-Plane 'In The Mood' 315211 Aeroworx C-47/DC-3 1.0

    X-Plane 'In The Mood' 315211 Aeroworx C-47/DC-3 1.0. This is a fictitious livery of a US C47 with genuine nose art for the excellent Aeroworx DC3/C47. (both X-Plane 10 and 11 variants). Simply unzip and place the newly created folder into the liveries directory of the aircraft. By Paul Mort.

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  10. X-Plane 10 And 11 Consolidated B-32 Dominator 1.0

    X-Plane 10 And 11 Consolidated B-32 Dominator 1.0. The Consolidated B32 Dominator was an American heavy strategic bomber built for United States Army Air Forces during World War II, and which had the distinction of being the last Allied aircraft to be engaged in combat during World War II. The aircraft presented here is the B-32 called 'Hobo Queen II' flown by the 312nd Bombing Group in Philippines. Credit goes to Beber for the use of his pilots. By Philippe Gastebois.

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  11. X-Plane 11 Lippisch DM-1 Flying Triangle 1.0.1

    X-Plane 11 Lippisch DM-1 Flying Triangle 1.0.1. In 1944, Dr. Alexander Lippisch proposed the ramjet powered delta wing P13a interceptor. In order to evaluate the aerodynamic performance of this radical design, Lippisch worked with the Darmstadt and Munich Akaflieg (aerodynamic engineering technical universities) to build the DM-1 glider. The DM1 is a pure delta wing design with no separate fuselage and the pilot seated in a large vertical stabilizer. It was designed to be launched by aircraft piggy-back, tow or rocket boost. The construction of the DM-1 was not complete by the end of WWII but the allies asked the students at Darmstadt and Munich Akaflieg to finish the aircraft in order to allow further research. The completed aircraft was taken to the US and evaluated by NACA in wind tunnel tests. The results of those tests contributed to future work on delta wing designs including the Convair XF-92, F-102 Delta Dagger and F-106 Delta Dart. This X-Plane model recreates the DM-1 glider using data from the postwar analysis, historic documentation and the National Air and Space Museum (who currently hold the aircraft). Documentation included in the package. By Fred Highland.

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  12. X-Plane 10 Lippisch DM-1 Flying Triangle 1.0.1

    X-Plane 10 Lippisch DM-1 Flying Triangle 1.0.1. In 1944, Dr. Alexander Lippisch proposed the ramjet powered delta wing P13a interceptor. In order to evaluate the aerodynamic performance of this radical design, Lippisch worked with the Darmstadt and Munich Akaflieg (aerodynamic engineering technical universities) to build the DM-1 glider. The DM-1 is a pure delta wing design with no separate fuselage and the pilot seated in a large vertical stabilizer. It was designed to be launched by aircraft piggy-back, tow or rocket boost. The construction of the DM-1 was not complete by the end of WWII but the allies asked the students at Darmstadt and Munich Akaflieg to finish the aircraft in order to allow further research. The completed aircraft was taken to the US and evaluated by NACA in wind tunnel tests. The results of those tests contributed to future work on delta wing designs including the Convair XF-92, F-102 Delta Dagger and F-106 Delta Dart. This X-Plane model recreates the DM-1 glider using data from the postwar analysis, historic documentation and the National Air and Space Museum (who currently hold the aircraft). Documentation included in the package. By Fred Highland.

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  13. X-Plane 11.30+ Dornier Do-335 Pfeil 1.0

    X-Plane 11.30+ Dornier Do-335 Pfeil 1.0. The Dornier Do 335 Pfeil was a World War II heavy fighter built by the Dornier company. Delivery commenced in January 1945. When the United States Army overran the Oberpfaffenhofen factory in late April 1945, only 11 Do 335 A-1 single-seat fighter-bombers and two Do 335 A-12 trainers had been completed. The aircraft presented here, was a captured Do 335, flown by Colonel Badre. Credit goes to Bernard Augras for the use of his pilot. By Philippe Gastebois.

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  14. X-Plane 10.50+ Messerschmitt Me-262 HG.IV 1.0

    X-Plane 10.50+ Messerschmitt Me-262 HG.IV 1.0. This is the Messerschmitt Me-262 HG.IV high speed interceptor concept for X-Plane 10. It was based on a sketch published in Aero Series 14. and is a speculative design. The engines are Jumo 004H, projected to deliver 17.7 kN (3,970 lbf) thrust. The author loved the way the aircraft looked, as it resembled something a comic book villain might fly around in! Feedback would be appreciated. By Cynderdragon.

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  15. X-Plane 11.30+ Messerschmitt Me-163B Komet 1.0

    X-Plane 11.30+ Messerschmitt Me-163B Komet 1.0. The Messerschmitt Me 163 Komet was a German rocket-powered interceptor aircraft. Designed by Alexander Lippisch, it is the only rocket-powered fighter aircraft ever to have been operational and the first piloted aircraft of any type to exceed 1000 km/h in level flight. The aircraft presented here is an aircraft of Jagdgeschwader 400 (JG 400), in Brandis, near Leipzig. Credit goes to Beber for the use of his pilot. By Philippe Gastebois.

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  16. X-Plane 11.25+ North American T-6G 1.0

    X-Plane 11.25+ North American T-6G 1.0. The North American Aviation T-6 Texan is an American single-engined advanced trainer aircraft used to train pilots of the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF), United States Navy, Royal Air Force, and other air forces of the British Commonwealth during World War II and into the 1970s. The T6 aircraft presented here is an aircraft of EALA 15/72, based at Paul Cazelles air base (DAAQ). Credit goes to Beber for the use of his pilot. By Philippe Gastebois.

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  17. X-Plane 11.25+ Mitsubishi J2M-3 Raiden 1.0

    X-Plane 11.25+ Mitsubishi J2M-3 Raiden 1.0. The Mitsubishi J2M-3 Raiden (Thunderbolt) was a local defense interceptor designed to intercept high altitude bombers. The Raiden made its combat debut in June 1944 during the Battle of the Philippine Sea. Several J2Ms operated from Guam and Saipan and a small number of aircraft were deployed to the Philippines. The one presented here is an aircraft of 302nd Kokutai in 1945 which was based at Tinian in the Mariana Islands. Credit goes to Beber for the use of his pilot. By Philippe Gastebois.

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  18. X-Plane 'Show Me' Desert Camo Avro Lancaster 1.0

    X-Plane 'Show Me' Desert Camo Avro Lancaster 1.0. This is a fictitious Desert Camo livery for the Avro Lancaster from Jacques Brault (AVRO_LANCASTER_MK_I_III_X_XP1105.ZIP). Important: first (if there isn't one present already) create a 'liveries' folder inside your Lancaster folder. Then place the newly created 'Desert Camo WSOJ' folder inside of this. By Paul Mort.

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  19. X-Plane 11.25+ Yokosuka D4Y-2 Suisei 1.0.1

    X-Plane 11.25+ Yokosuka D4Y-2 Suisei 1.0.1. The Yokosuka D4Y-2 Suisei was a dive bomber developed to replace the old Aichi D3A Val. The aircraft presented here is an aircraft of the 121st Kokutai and was engaged in the Battle of the Philippine Sea, June 1944. Credit goes to Beber for the use of his pilot. By Philippe Gastebois.

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  20. X-Plane 11 Bell P-39Q Airacobra 1.0

    X-Plane 11 Bell P-39Q Airacobra 1.0. This is Jaques Brault's X-Plane 8/9 P-39 Q Airacobra, converted for X-Plane 11. The Bell P-39 Airacobra was one of the principal American fighter aircraft in service when the United States entered World War II. X-Plane 11 is configured by default for 3D cockpit view, so to use this aircraft you must choose to do one of two things: After loading the aircraft, select 'Option-w' on MacOS for 2D or 'Alt-w' on WinOS for the 2D instrument panel. Thank you to Jacques Brault for creating this aircraft for X-Plane. By Sean McLeod (Aerostarsim).

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  21. X-Plane 11 RAF Green Avro Shackleton MR.3

    X-Plane 11 RAF Green Avro Shackleton MR.3. This is an RAF green livery for the converted Avro Shackleton MR3 by Sean McLeod (AVRO_SHACKLETON_XP1105.ZIP). Simply unzip and place the newly created folder into the liveries section of the aircraft. If no liveries folder is present in the aircraft, simply create one and place the newly extracted file into it. By Paul Mort.

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  22. X-Plane D-Day Doll C-47/DC-3 1.0

    X-Plane D-Day Doll C-47/DC-3 1.0. This is a 'D-Day Doll' livery for the Douglas C-47/DC-3 by Aeroworx (both X-Plane 10 and 11 variants). Simply unzip and place the 'C-47 R268830 D Day Doll' folder into the liveries directory of the aircraft. Readme file included for further details on this aircraft. By Paul Mort.
     

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  23. X-Plane 11.20+ Vought SB2U-3 Vindicator 1.0

    X-Plane 11.20+ Vought SB2U-3 Vindicator 1.0. The Vought SB2U-3 Vindicator was a carrier based dive-bomber (260 examples of all variants were produced). They were in service at the time of the Battle of Midway. The one presented here is the aircraft of Capt Fleming (US Marine Corps) who took part in the attack on the Japanese fleet in June 1942 and was awarded the Medal of Honor. Credit goes to Beber for the use of his pilot. By Philippe Gastebois.
     
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  24. X-Plane 11 Tucker XP-57 1.0

    X-Plane 11 Tucker XP-57 1.0. The Tucker XP57 was the designation of a lightweight fighter which was proposed to the United States Army Air Corps (USAAC) in 1940. Nicknamed the "Peashooter", it was developed by the Tucker Aviation Corporation under Preston Tucker, who later became famous for the Tucker '48 Sedan. What you see here is an attempt at depicting what an operational P-57 might have looked like. The author of this X-Plane mod has based his artwork on an existing, but sketchy profile view of the XP-57. Since this is a modern X-Plane reproduction, the instruments too are all current, with glass, instruments, HUD, and Garmin G1000. Comprehensive documentation included in the package. By Billy Bargagliotti.

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  25. X-Plane 11 Junkers Ju-87B Stuka 1.0.2

    X-Plane 11 Junkers Ju-87B Stuka 1.0.2. The Junkers Ju 87 or Stuka is a German dive bomber and ground-attack aircraft. Designed by Hermann Pohlmann, it first flew in 1935. The Ju 87 made its combat debut in 1937 with the Luftwaffe's Condor Legion during the Spanish Civil War and served the Axis forces in World War II. The Stuka operated with considerable success in close air support and anti-shipping at the outbreak of World War II. It was produced until 1944 for lack of a better replacement. By then ground-attack versions of the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 had largely replaced the Stuka, but Stukas remained in service until the end of the war. An estimated 6,500 Ju 87s of all versions were built between 1936 and August 1944. By Philippe Gastebois.

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