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  1. FS2004 Potez 62

    FS2004 Potez 62. The Potez 62 civilian airliner prototype, based on the Potez 54 military aircraft, made its first flight on January 28, 1935. It retained the shrouded wing of the Potez 54 model, which was attached to the fuselage of a redesigned and superbly aerodynamic fuselage. The captain and co-pilot were seated side by side, and behind them were two cabins that could accommodate up to 16 passengers. The production aircraft, powered by an 820 hp Gnome-Rhône 14Kirs engine, was named Potez 620. The skin was composite with a wing covered with canvas and metal leading edge, the structure of the fuselage being in wood. There was a military version, the Potez 65, which differed only slightly from the civilian model. Motorization Two 14-cylinder Gnome and Rhône star engines of 870 hp were housed in two lateral cradles, fixed to the fuselage and the wings. Their fairing also made it possible to accommodate the wheels of the raisable main gear. By Denis Fouchard.

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  2. FS2004 Latecoere 28.3 H

    FS2004 Latecoere 28.3 H. Single-engine, high-lift, trailing-arm aircraft of the classic design. The fuselage is of rectangular section, rounded by the top. The frame is in metal. Metal covering in the front and central part, fabric in the back part. The engine compartment in the front. Then, there is the closed cockpit. Underneath, there is a luggage compartment. Behind it is the passenger cabin with four rows of seats, two of which are located on each side. The length of the cabin - 3.38 m; width - 1.70. In the aft part of the saloon is the sanitary cabin with a sink. Second luggage compartment (2 cubic meters) behind the cabin. Rectangular wing braced with two buttresses on each side. The structure - two hard spars and wooden ribs. Canvas covering. By Denis Fouchard.

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  3. FS2004 Wibault 283T

    FS2004 Wibault 283T. The Penhoët Wibault 280-T prototype flew for the first time at Villacoublay in November 1930. Its development was financed by the Penhoët shipyards of St Nazaire. It was an all-metal low-wing cantilever monoplane powered by three 300 hp (224 kW) Hispano-Wright 9Qa radial engines, but these were soon replaced by three Gnome-Rhône 7Kb and the aircraft was renamed Wibault 281-T. A second aircraft was built to the 281 standard, but it was later converted to the Wibault 282-T with three 350 hp (261 kW) Gnome-Rhône 7Kd engines and room for 12 passengers, seven more aircraft were built as 282s. Some of these 282s were operated by Air Union on the Paris-London Voile d'Or service in 1933. In 1934, Air France took delivery of the first of ten Wibault 283-Ts, which had an increased fuel capacity and modified tail. Some of the 282s were converted to the 283 standard. Some of the commercial aircraft were later taken over as military transports. By Denis Fouchard.

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  4. FS2004 Latecoere 300

    FS2004 Latecoere 300. The Late 300 series of seaplanes is not as well known to aviation enthusiasts as their 290-298 series counterparts. And that's not surprising. The 300 series was hardly ever produced individually, nor was it used as extensively. Nevertheless, the Late 300 was well worth a look. In the late 1920s, France experienced an unprecedented surge of interest in ocean-going aircraft capable of flying long distances without refueling. With World War II not in the plans of the Ministry of Aviation, the specifications for a new machine were chosen for a long-range mail plane to operate on the transoceanic line between North Africa and Brazil. In 1928, Latecoere tested its prototype Late 300 seaplane, which soon received the registration code G-AKCU. By Denis Fouchard.

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  5. FS2004 Aeroplane Heaven Sopwith Bee Patch

    FS2004 Aeroplane Heaven Sopwith Bee Patch for use with AHSOPWITHBEE.ZIP. Adds smoke effects.

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  6. FS2004 Sopwith Bee

    FS2004 Sopwith Bee. Aeroplane Heaven Danish Sopwith Bee package. Freeware.

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  7. FS2004 Aeroplane Heaven Sopwith Bee Manual

    FS2004 Aeroplane Heaven Sopwith Bee Manual, for use with AHSOPWITHBEE.ZIP.

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  8. FS2004 Latecoere 28.0 930 Green

    FS2004 Latecoere 28.0 930 Green. Single-engine transport plane. 16 examples built for Aeropostale which used them on the Toulouse-Casablanca route. High wing monoplane. Wooden and metal wing, metal fuselage, canvas on the back. The Latecoere 28 was a successful French long-haul mail plane and passenger airliner of the 1930s. It was the main-stay of Air France's predecessor, Aeropostale in its efforts to establish intercontinental air mail services and support French colonialism and French cultural influence between the wars. By Denis Fouchard.

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  9. FS2004 Latecoere 28.1 933 "Alize"

    FS2004 Latecoere 28.1 933 "Alize". Single-engine transport plane. 16 examples built for Aeropostale which used them on the Toulouse-Casablanca route. High wing monoplane. Wooden and metal wing, metal fuselage, canvas on the back. The Latecoere 28 was a successful French long-haul mail plane and passenger airliner of the 1930s. It was the main-stay of Air France's predecessor, Aeropostale in its efforts to establish intercontinental air mail services and support French colonialism and French cultural influence between the wars. By Denis Fouchard.

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  10. FS2004 Latecoere 28.1 912 Red

    FS2004 Latecoere 28.1 912 Red. Single-engine transport plane. 16 examples built for Aeropostale which used them on the Toulouse-Casablanca route. High wing monoplane. Wooden and metal wing, metal fuselage, canvas on the back. The Latecoere 28 was a successful French long-haul mail plane and passenger airliner of the 1930s. It was the main-stay of Air France's predecessor, Aeropostale in its efforts to establish intercontinental air mail services and support French colonialism and French cultural influence between the wars. By Denis Fouchard.

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  11. FS2004 Latecoere 28.0 936 White

    FS2004 Latecoere 28.0 936 White. Single-engine transport plane. 16 examples built for Aeropostale which used them on the Toulouse-Casablanca route. High wing monoplane. Wooden and metal wing, metal fuselage, canvas on the back. The Latecoere 28 was a successful French long-haul mail plane and passenger airliner of the 1930s. It was the main-stay of Air France's predecessor, Aeropostale in its efforts to establish intercontinental air mail services and support French colonialism and French cultural influence between the wars. By Denis Fouchard.

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  12. FS2004 Latecoere 28.1 930 Samara

    FS2004 Latecoere 28.1 930 Samara. Single-engine transport plane. 16 examples built for Aeropostale which used them on the Toulouse-Casablanca route. High wing monoplane. Wooden and metal wing, metal fuselage, canvas on the back. The Latecoere 28 was a successful French long-haul mail plane and passenger airliner of the 1930s. It was the main-stay of Air France's predecessor, Aeropostale in its efforts to establish intercontinental air mail services and support French colonialism and French cultural influence between the wars. By Denis Fouchard.

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  13. FS2004 Latecoere 28.1 931 Blue

    FS2004 Latecoere 28.1 931 Blue. Single-engine transport plane. 16 examples built for Aeropostale which used them on the Toulouse-Casablanca route. High wing monoplane. Wooden and metal wing, metal fuselage, canvas on the back. The Latecoere 28 was a successful French long-haul mail plane and passenger airliner of the 1930s. It was the main-stay of Air France's predecessor, Aeropostale in its efforts to establish intercontinental air mail services and support French colonialism and French cultural influence between the wars. By Denis Fouchard.

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  14. FS2004 Latecoere 28.1H 941 "Ouragan"

    FS2004 Latecoere 28.1H 941 "Ouragan". Single-engine transport plane. 16 examples built for Aeropostale which used them on the Toulouse-Casablanca route. High wing monoplane. Wooden and metal wing, metal fuselage, canvas on the back. The Latecoere 28 was a successful French long-haul mail plane and passenger airliner of the 1930s. It was the main-stay of Air France's predecessor, Aeropostale in its efforts to establish intercontinental air mail services and support French colonialism and French cultural influence between the wars. By Denis Fouchard.

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  15. FS2004 Latecoere 28.1H 943 "Brise de Mer"

    FS2004 Latecoere 28.1H 943 "Brise de Mer". Single-engine transport plane. 16 examples built for Aeropostale which used them on the Toulouse-Casablanca route. High wing monoplane. Wooden and metal wing, metal fuselage, canvas on the back. The Latecoere 28 was a successful French long-haul mail plane and passenger airliner of the 1930s. It was the main-stay of Air France's predecessor, Aeropostale in its efforts to establish intercontinental air mail services and support French colonialism and French cultural influence between the wars. By Denis Fouchard.

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  16. FS2004 Latecoere 28.1H 944 "Japy" and 922 "Tornade"

    FS2004 Latecoere 28.1H 944 "Japy" and 922 "Tornade". Single-engine transport plane. 16 examples built for Aeropostale which used them on the Toulouse-Casablanca route. High wing monoplane. Wooden and metal wing, metal fuselage, canvas on the back. The Latecoere 28 was a successful French long-haul mail plane and passenger airliner of the 1930s. It was the main-stay of Air France's predecessor, Aeropostale in its efforts to establish intercontinental air mail services and support French colonialism and French cultural influence between the wars. By Denis Fouchard.

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  17. FS2004 Latecoere 28.1 915 Red And 931 Green

    FS2004 Latecoere 28.1 915 Red And 931 Green. Single-engine transport plane. 16 examples built for Aeropostale which used them on the Toulouse-Casablanca route. High wing monoplane. Wooden and metal wing, metal fuselage, canvas on the back. The Latecoere 28 was a successful French long-haul mail plane and passenger airliner of the 1930s. It was the main-stay of Air France's predecessor, Aeropostale in its efforts to establish intercontinental air mail services and support French colonialism and French cultural influence between the wars. By Denis Fouchard.

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  18. FS2004 BA Swallow II Cirrus Paints Fix

    FS2004 BA Swallow II Cirrus Paints Fix. A fix for the incorrect aircraft CFG file in the three repaints for Paul Gausden's BA Swallow II Cirrus for FS2004. By Peter Watkins.

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  19. FS2004 BA Swallow II Cirrus

    FS2004 BA Swallow II Cirrus. Three repaints for Paul Gausden's BA Swallow II Cirrus. G-AEMW c/n 456 was delivered to Eastbourne Flying Club in September 1936. Sold to Strathtay Aero Club Ltd., Perth in September 1938. Stored at Perth during WW2. Passed on to several owners until registered to the Swallow Flying Group in July 1958, based at Elstree, Herts. Crashed and written off in a landing accident in December 1963. G-AFHC c/n 486 was delivered to a private owner in Sussex in May1938. Sold on in January 1943 to another private owner in Devon. Withdrawn from use in February 1959 and has been stored in a barn near Exeter ever since. VH-AAB c/n 461 was delivered to Malcolm Farquharson Ltd, Heston in August 1937. Sold to India as VT-AIG in October 1937 and then to Australia in November 1937. Passed through several owners, the aircraft has been restored and is currently airworthy. Repaints by Peter Watkins.

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  20. FS2004 British Aircraft Swallow II - Cirrus Minor Engine

    FS2004 British Aircraft Swallow II - Cirrus Minor Engine. A British light aircraft of the 1930s, the BA Swallow II was a robust and extremely stable aircraft that could be flown slow at 25-30 mph and still be under complete control, being almost impossible to stall. The majority were sold to private owners or flying schools within the United Kingdom. Only a handful are still in flying condition today. The model was once hosted on Classic British Files, but after the site became defunct, it has not been available on any site for over 10 years. Now, with the author's permission, it has been re-uploaded and is available once again. This pack includes the Cirrus Minor engine version as well as authentic sound files. By Paul Gausden and Doug Kightley.

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  21. FS2004 British Aircraft Swallow II - Pobjoy Engine

    FS2004 British Aircraft Swallow II - Pobjoy Engine. A British light aircraft of the 1930s, the BA Swallow II was a robust and extremely stable aircraft that could be flown slow at 25-30 mph and still be under complete control, being almost impossible to stall. The majority were sold to private owners or flying schools within the United Kingdom. Only a handful are still in flying condition today. The model was once hosted on Classic British Files, but after the site became defunct, it has not been available on any site for over 10 years. Now, with the author's permission, it has been re-uploaded and is available once again. This pack includes the Pobjoy engine version as well as authentic sound files and 8 liveries representing aircraft from the UK, Ireland and Australia. By Paul Gausden and Doug Kightley.
     

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  22. FS2004/FSX Swiss Army Dewoitine D.27

    FS2004/FSX Swiss Army Dewoitine D.27 fighter, 1924 to 1944. Model by Patrice Grange, update for FSX by Patrick George Mititeanu. New textures, in a slight metallic sheen. Swiss insignia corrected. I love this little parasol fighter of the thirties. It was constructed by Emile Dewoitine, Paris, and K+W, the Swiss federal construction works, Thun. Two synchronized machine guns, Hispano-Suiza inline engine. A variant, D.26 with a Wright-Hispano radial, was a trainer and glider tow, some have survived until now! By Hans Wuhrmann.

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  23. FS2004 Swiss Nieuport

    FS2004 Swiss Nieuport. Repaint for the beautiful Nieuport by Benoit Dube, Huub Vink, Christian "Cdab", Michel Migaud. After the Great War the Swiss Army bought surplus Nieuports. The chief flying instructor, Oscar Bider, crashed with one in 1919 during low-level aerobatics. A century later a group of flight enthusiasts endeavored to build one, or rather a small series of this nimble aircraft. First flight was in summer 2020. By Hans Wuhrmann.

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  24. FS2004 Swiss Army Fokker CX

    FS2004 Swiss Army Fokker CX. Repaints for the Fokker CX by Wim Regeer (FOKKER_CX.ZIP), and heartfelt apologies to him! I just wanted to fly a Swiss Army C-35 recon plane with its distinctive camo pattern. As there is no model around and I cannot yet build one myself, I perused the poor Fokker to have a go. (No pun!) With the Hood back (sh-E) she looks rather C-35ish. Gladly in those times most aircraft as well as cars looked similar - as nowadays again! If anyone could show me how to build 3D models - in these Corona times there's a lot of time to spend indoors. By Hans Wuhrmann.

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  25. FS2004 Armstrong Whitworth AW38 Whitley V

    FS2004 Armstrong Whitworth AW38 Whitley V. A twin engined night bomber for the RAF. Aircraft of No. 10 OTU. Based at Abingdon in 1942. Animations & ground handling improved. Changed to an 'installer' file Ver. 2.1, By Edward Cook.

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