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  1. X-Plane 10.50+ Yokosuka P1Y Ginga 1.0

    X-Plane 10.50+ Yokosuka P1Y Ginga 1.0. The P1Y was designed by the Yokosuka Naval Air Technical Arsenal to Navy specification 15-Shi, calling for a fast bomber with speed matching the Zero, range matching the G4M, a 907 kg (2,000 lb) bombload, and the ability to dive-bomb as well as carry torpedoes. As a result, the construction suffered from excess complexity, difficulty of manufacture, and poor serviceability. Problems with the availability of enough reliable Nakajima Homare engines led to their replacement by the Mitsubishi Kasei in the P1Y2-S night-fighter version. Includes two liveries; a standard green and an orange prototype livery. By Cynderdragon.
     
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  2. X-Plane 11 North American Aviation B-25C Mitchell 1.0

    X-Plane 11 North American Aviation B-25C Mitchell 1.0. This is Jacques Brault's X-Plane 8 And 9 B-25 C Mitchell, converted for X-Plane 11. The North American B25 Mitchell is an American twin-engine, medium bomber manufactured by North American Aviation. The design was named in honor of Major General William "Billy" Mitchell, a pioneer of U.S. military aviation. 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. Pilot figures by Scooter and sound files by Dataroots. Thank you to Jacques Brault for creating this aircraft for X-Plane. By Sean McLeod (Aerostarsim).
     

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  3. X-Plane 11 Avro Anson Mk X 1.0.1

    X-Plane 11 Avro Anson Mk X 1.0.1. This is Jacques Brault's X-Plane 8 and 9 Avro Anson Mk X, converted for X-Plane 11. The Avro Anson was a British twin-engine, multi-role aircraft that served with the Royal Air Force, Fleet Air Arm and numerous other air forces during the Second World War and afterwards. 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. Custom instruments by Ho-Hun, pilot figures by Scooter and sound files by Dataroots. Thank you to Jacques Brault for creating this aircraft for X-Plane. By Sean McLeod (Aerostarsim).
     

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  4. X-Plane 11 DeHavilland DH98 Mosquito FB VI 1.0.2

    X-Plane 11 DeHavilland DH98 Mosquito FB VI 1.0.2. This is Jacques Brault's X-Plane 8 and 9 DH98 Mosquito with sounds created by Dataroots, converted for X-Plane 11. The de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito is a British twin-engine multi-role combat aircraft with a two-man crew. It served during and after the Second World War. 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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  5. X-Plane 11 Blohm & Voss BV-141B 1.0

    X-Plane 11 Blohm & Voss BV-141B 1.0. This is Jacques Brault's X-Plane 8 and 9 BV-141, converted for X-Plane 11. The Blohm & Voss BV 141 was a World War II German tactical reconnaissance aircraft. It is notable for its uncommon structural asymmetry. 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. Custom instruments by Ho-Hun, pilot figures by Scooter and sound files by Dataroots. Thank you to Jacques Brault for creating this aircraft for X-Plane. By Sean McLeod (Aerostarsim).
     

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  6. X-Plane 11 Avro Shackleton Mk.3 1.0

    X-Plane 11 Avro Shackleton Mk.3 1.0. The Avro Shackleton was a Royal Air Force long-range patrol bomber developed from the Avro Lincoln bomber with a new fuselage. It was originally used primarily in the anti-submarine warfare (ASW) and maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) roles, and was later adapted for airborne early warning (AEW), search and rescue (SAR) and other roles from 1951 until 1990. 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. Custom instruments by Ho-Hun, pilot figures by Scooter and sound files by Dataroots. Thank you to Jacques Brault for creating this aircraft for X-Plane. By Sean McLeod (Aerostarsim).

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  7. X-Plane 11 Douglas A-26B Invader 1.0

    X-Plane 11 Douglas A-26B Invader 1.0. This is Jacques Brault's X-Plane 8 and 9 A-26B Invader, converted for X-Plane 11. The Douglas A-26 Invader is a twin-engined light bomber and ground attack aircraft. Built by Douglas Aircraft Company during World War II, the Invader also saw service during several major Cold War conflicts. 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. Custom instruments by Ho-Hun, pilot figures by Spider and sound files by Dataroots. Thank you to Jacques Brault for creating this aircraft for X-Plane. By Sean McLeod (Aerostarsim).

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  8. X-Plane 11 Avro Anson Mk I 1.0

    X-Plane 11 Avro Anson Mk I 1.0. This is Jacques Brault's X-Plane 8 and 9 Avro Anson Mk I, converted for X-Plane 11. The Avro Anson was a British twin-engine, multi-role aircraft that served with the Royal Air Force, Fleet Air Arm and numerous other air forces during the Second World War and afterwards. Named for British admiral George Anson, it was originally designed for maritime reconnaissance but was soon rendered obsolete. However it was rescued from obscurity by its suitability as a multi-engine air crew trainer, becoming the mainstay of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. By the end of its production life in 1952, the Anson spanned nine variants and a total of 8,138 had been built in Britain by Avro and, from 1941, a further 2,882 by the Canadian Federal Aircraft Ltd. Thanks to Dataroots for the sound files, Scooter for the pilot figures and to Ho-Hun for some of the custom instruments. Thank you to Jacques Brault for creating this aircraft for X-Plane. By Sean McLeod (Aerostarsim).
     

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  9. X-Plane 11 Curtiss AT-9 Jeep 1.0

    X-Plane 11 Curtiss AT-9 Jeep 1.0. This is Jacques Brault's X-Plane 8 AT-9 Jeep, converted for X-Plane 11. The Curtiss AT-9 Fledgling was better known as its nickname "Jeep" was an advanced trainer used during the war to make the transition to multi-engine planes. It had a reputation of being difficult to fly thus contributing in making skilled pilots for twin engined bombers. The first prototype flew in 1941 and the production version entered service as the AT-9 in 1942. Thanks to Dataroots for the sound files and also to Ho-Hun for his custom instruments. Thank you to Jacques Brault for creating this aircraft for X-Plane. By Sean McLeod (Aerostarsim).
     

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  10. X-Plane 10.50+ Yermolayev Yer-2 1.0

    X-Plane 10.50+ Yermolayev Yer-2 1.0. The Yermolayev Yer-2 was a long-range Soviet medium bomber used during World War II. It was developed from the Bartini Stal-7 prototype airliner before the war. It was used to bomb Berlin from airbases in Estonia after Operation Barbarossa in 1941. With full fuel tanks and bomb load out, takeoff happens at about 100 indicated airspeed. Be careful, don't use to much 'up' trim. The bombs make the plane a little tail heavy as it is. This X-Plane version cruises very nicely at 220 indicated airspeed with steep propeller pitch and about 60% power. Autopilot works but not very well (still needs a little adjusting). Summer and winter liveries are included. By Cynderdragon.

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  11. X-Plane 11 Fisher P-75 Eagle 1.0

    X-Plane 11 Fisher P-75 Eagle 1.0. The General Motors/Fisher P75 Eagle was a fighter aircraft designed by the Fisher Body Division of General Motors. Development started in September 1942 in response to United States Army Air Forces requirement for a fighter possessing an extremely high rate of climb, using the most powerful liquid-cooled engine then available, the Allison V-3420. The program was cancelled after only a small number of prototypes and production aircraft had been completed. There are two variants of the aircraft included in the package: Prototype and Combat. Pilot notes plus a brief history of the aircraft are also included. By Billy Bargagliotti.

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  12. X-Plane 11 Henschel Hs P.75

    X-Plane 11 Henschel Hs P.75. The Henschel Hs P75 was designed as a possible successor to the Messerschmitt Bf 110 heavy fighter. During the design phase, it went through wind tunnel tests with flying colors! It was heavily armed with four 30mm cannons. Its top speed was around 500 mph, similar to that of the Me-262. Although favorable results were obtained with a model in the wind tunnel, the design was not followed up. This is a recreation for modern airshows, complete with a modern panel and full IFR capabilities. There are two versions of the P.75 in this package, one with 1750 hp as planned; contains two 1750 for a total of 3,500 hp and a P.75 with 2600 hp, upgraded to the power of a twin engined P-47 Thunderbolt. Please see the included documentation for further details on this model. By Billy Bargagliotti.

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  13. X-Plane 9 And 10 AI Combat WW II Interactive Planes Collection

    X-Plane 9 And 10 AI Combat WW II Interactive Planes Collection. These are planes loaded with artificially intelligent weapons and ready for team use. These are not planes you fly, but planes you fly with and against in teams, wingmen and adversary roles. If you use X-Plane 10, you can create an interactive airshow. There are twenty World War 2 interactive planes in which to create an automated dogfight battleground with. They include the following fighters: A6M Zero, Bf 109 Western Front, Bf 109 Eastern Front, Bf 110, DH98 Mosquito, Douglas Devastator, F-6 Hellcat, Hawker Hurricane, Me 262, P-38 Lightning, P-47 Thunderbolt, P-51 Mustang, Russian P-39 Airacobra and Spitfire. Bombers include: Avro Lancaster, He 111, B-17 Flying Fortress, B-24 Liberator, B-25 Mitchell and the B-29 Super Fortress. These planes are for use only in the "Aircraft & situations" selection area of X-Plane. Highly recommended is the author's improved smoke effect (SMOKE_PUFF-1.ZIP). Please see the included documentation for further details and credits. By Chris Noe.
     

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  14. X-Plane 9.70+ Messerschmitt Me 410 Hornet 1.0

    X-Plane 9.70+ Messerschmitt Me 410 Hornet 1.0. The Messerschmitt Me 410 Hornisse ("Hornet") was a German heavy fighter and Schnellbomber used by the Luftwaffe during World War II. Though essentially a straightforward modification of the Me 210, it was designated the Me 410 to avoid association with its notoriously flawed predecessor. Deliveries began in January 1943, two years late and continued until September 1944, by which point a total of 1,160 of all versions had been produced by Messerschmitt Augsburg and Dornier Munchen. When it arrived, it was liked by its crews, even though its improved performance was not enough to protect it from the swarms of high performance Allied fighters they faced at this stage of the war. This X-Plane model is a general rendition of a Hornet; no specific aircraft is intended. By Ron Norvelle.
     

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  15. X-Plane 10.50+ Chance Vought F4U-7 1.0

    X-Plane 10.50+ Chance Vought F4U-7 1.0. The Chance-Vought F4U-7 was a version of the famous Corsair developed for the French Air Force under the Mutual Defense Assistance Program. Ninety four aircraft were delivered to France. The one presented here is an aircraft from the "Flotiile 15F" of the Aeronavale and was in service in Algeria from 1955 to 1961, operating from Telergma, an air base near Constantine. By Philippe Gastebois.

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  16. X-Plane 11 Focke-Wulf Ta 283

    X-Plane 11 Focke-Wulf Ta 283. The Focke-Wulf Ta283 was a German swept-wing ramjet-powered interceptor aircraft during World War II. The project was developed at the same time as the Focke-Wulf Super Lorin and remained unbuilt before the surrender of Nazi Germany. Documentation, including tips on how to fly the Focke-Wulf Ta 283 are included in the package. By Billy Bargagliotti.
     

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  17. X-Plane 8 And 9 Northrop P-61 Black Widow

    X-Plane 8 And 9 Northrop P-61 Black Widow. The Northrop P61 Black Widow, named for the American spider, was the first operational U.S. warplane designed as a night fighter, and the first aircraft designed to use radar. This download contains three variants of the P-61: P-61B "Lady in the Dark", probably the most famous P-61 of WW2 (548th NFS) scored the final two kills of WW2 in August 1945 (it is the default aircraft). Then there is P-61A "Lady Gen", a P-61A without a turret, flown by Lt. Paul Smith who shot down 5 German aircraft and a V-1 Bomb, and finally P-61A "Nightie Mission" from the 6th NFS which was based in Saipan in July 1944. Thanks to Dataroots for the sound files, Scooter for the pilot figures and to Ho-Hun for his custom instruments. By Jacques Brault.
     
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  18. X-Plane 8 And 9 Hawker Hurricane

    X-Plane 8 And 9 Hawker Hurricane. The Hawker Hurricane is a British single-seat fighter aircraft of the 1930s-1940s that was designed and predominantly built by Hawker Aircraft Ltd for the Royal Air Force (RAF). Although overshadowed by the Supermarine Spitfire, the aircraft became renowned during the Battle of Britain, accounting for 60% of the RAF's air victories in the battle, and served in all the major theatres of the Second World War.Thanks to Pierrot54 for supplying the 3-blade prop disk. By Jacques Brault.

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  19. X-Plane 8 And 9 Grumman XF5F Skyrocket

    X-Plane 8 And 9 Grumman XF5F Skyrocket. The Grumman XF5F Skyrocket was a prototype twin-engined shipboard fighter interceptor. The United States Navy ordered one prototype, model number G-34, from Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation on 30 June 1938; its designation was XF5F-1. This X-Plane model is equipped with a working hook. By Jacques Brault.

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  20. X-Plane 10.50+ P-40C Warhawk 1.2

    X-Plane 10.50+ P-40C Warhawk 1.2. The Curtiss P-40 Warhawk is an American single-engined, single-seat, all-metal fighter and ground-attack aircraft that first flew in 1938. During 1941, a substantial number of P-40Bs and Cs were shipped to USAAC bases overseas, including the 15th and 18th Pursuit Groups at Wheeler Field, Hawaii and the 20th Pursuit Squadron of the 24th Pursuit Group at Clark Field in the Philippines. This P40 aircraft is still a work in progress, so if you do download, please leave feedback in the comments section below. By Cynderdragon.

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  21. X-Plane 9.70+ Spitfire PR Mk XIX

    X-Plane 9.70+ Spitfire PR Mk XIX. This is a representation of the Spitfire PR MK XIX, the last operational type of Spitfire to be used by the RAF. This model is a modification of USAFR's Spitfire MK XIX (the one with contra rotating props and clipped wings). It has a griffon engine and the big 5-bladed prop, along with normal, yet unarmed wings. The plane comes with 8 liveries: Christophe Jacquard's F-AZJS, PM631 in SEAC reco paint scheme, a figuration of the prototype markings, PS887 in the standard PRU blue reco paint scheme, PS915 "the last!" painted in the colors of the last operating spitfire of the RAF, 11-60 of Swedish AF, 133 of the Turkish AF, and a basic grey paint with photoshop files so as to create your own liveries. The author would like to thank USAFR and Jacques Brault for allowing him to publish this tiny update and modification of their excellent work. By Thibaud Duhamel.

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  22. X-Plane 8 And 9 B-25 C Pearl Harbor Livery

    X-Plane 8 And 9 B-25 C Pearl Harbor Livery. This is a livery for Jacques Brault's North American B-25 Mitchell that can be found here (B-25C.ZIP). This skin is inspired by the B25 shown at the end of the film "Pearl Harbor". Instructions on how to use this livery are contained in the package. Published with Jacques Brault's permission. By Thibaud Duhamel.

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  23. X-Plane 10 Douglas XB-19 And B-19 1.0.5

    X-Plane 10 Douglas XB-19 And B-19 1.0.5. The Douglas XB19 was the largest bomber aircraft built for the United States Army Air Forces until 1946. It was originally given the designation XBLR-2 (XBLR denoting Experimental Bomber, Long Range). Only the single prototype was made. There are two aircraft included in this package: experimental and an unarmed version. Please see the included documentation for further details. By Billy Bargagliotti.

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  24. X-Plane 10+ Kawanishi H8K 1.0

    X-Plane 10+ Kawanishi H8K 1.0. The Kawanishi H8K was an Imperial Japanese Navy flying boat used during World War II for maritime patrol duties. The Allied reporting name for the type was "Emily". This X-Plane model includes custom sounds and a couple liveries. It also has a small bomb load slung under the wings. It flies quite smoothly, but adverse yaw can be a little severe. Lifts off at about 50 knots, and can cruise at 200 knots, which isn't bad at all. By Cynderdragon.

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  25. X-Plane 9.70+ Seafury September Fury

    X-Plane 9.70+ Seafury September Fury. September Fury is a highly modified Hawker Sea Fury that is a regular racer at the Reno Air Races. As well as the September Fury paint scheme, two additional liveries are included. This aircraft is perfect for racing around the author's Nevada Ranges scenery (US_RENO-STEADUNLIMITEDRACECOURSE_NEVADA_RANGESV3.ZIP). Fast and "furious" fun! By David Austin.

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