Jump to content

FS2004 Early Aircraft

1,230 files

  1. FS2004 de Havilland DH34B

    FS2004 de Havilland DH34B. An 8 seat commercial cabin aircraft. Operated by Imperial Airways at Croydon Airport from April 1922. fuel gauge bugfix for v5. By Edward Cook.

    105 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    1 comment

    Submitted

  2. FS2004 Port Victoria PV7 Grain Kitten

    FS2004 Port Victoria PV7 Grain Kitten. A prototype shipborne fighter design, using a 35 hp engine. Based at RNAS Isle of Grain. It never entered service. Updated FS2002 model v7.0 By Edward Cook.

    100 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  3. FS2004 Handley Page Type 4 'Antiseptic'

    FS2004 Handley Page Type 4 'Antiseptic'. One of Handley Page's first designs from Barking. The first flight was on 15/7/1911. It flew at Failop in Essex for a while. By Edward Cook.

    107 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  4. FS2004 White 'Wight' Navyplane No.2

    FS2004 White 'Wight' Navyplane No.2. A naval 'Spotter' plane made by the boatbuilding company of J.S. White at Cowes, Isle of Wight, in 1913.It featured an aerofoil of double cambered section giving a very small centre of pressure travel paired with a tailplane section to provide an almost one speed airframe of good stbility The first flight was in August 1913 at Cowes. VC fuel gauge added for v2. By Edward Cook.

    92 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  5. FS2004 Hawker Tomtit Trainer

    FS2004 Hawker Tomtit Trainer. Training aircraft. Airframe J9775 of 3 FTS. Blind-flying Hood now animated. Ver.0.2.2. By Edward Cook.

    118 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  6. FS2004 de Havilland DH34B

    FS2004 de Havilland DH34B. An 8 seat commercial cabin aircraft. Operated by Imperial Airways at Croydon Airport from April 1922. fuel gauge bugfix for v5. By Edward Cook.

    124 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    1 comment

    Submitted

  7. FS2004 Maurice Farman MF7 Longhorn

    FS2004 Maurice Farman MF7 Longhorn. The most common British training aircraft of the early 1900's. Many built under licence by the Aircraft Manufacturing Company as the 'Longhorn Type S-7'. v1 By Edward Cook.

    153 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  8. FS2004 Bristol Type 138A

    FS2004 Bristol Type 138A. A high altitude research aircraft for the Royal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough. The first flight was at Filton on 11/5/1936. v1 By Edward Cook.

    150 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  9. FS2004 de Havilland DH34B

    FS2004 de Havilland DH34B. An 8 seat commercial cabin aircraft. Operated by Imperial Airways at Croydon Airport from April 1922. fuel gauge bugfix for v5 By Edward Cook.

    156 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  10. FS2004 Airco DH6

    FS2004 Airco DH6. A very basic training aircraft. Designed for ease of manufacture and repair. Flight Dynamics amended for v2. By Edward Cook.

    226 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  11. FS2004 Fiji Airways de Havilland DH-89A Dragon Rapide

    FS2004 Fiji Airways de Havilland DH-89A Dragon Rapide. DeHavilland DH-89A Dragon Rapide Fiji Airways textures for the DH-89A Dragon Rapide by Dave Garwood. Fiji Airways began service in 1951 after aquiring 3 Dh89 Dragon Rapides from various sources in New Zealand. They served as the only airliner until Fiji purchasing DHA-3 Drovers. These were replaced by Herons starting in 1959. The last Dragon Rapid served until the end of 1962 on local Fiji island routes. By Mike Stevens.

    88 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  12. FS2004 Connellan Airways de Havilland DH-89A Dragon Rapide

    FS2004 Connellan Airways de Havilland DH-89A Dragon Rapide. DeHavilland DH-89A Dragon Rapide Connellan Airways textures for the DH-89A Dragon Rapide by Dave Garwood. This aircraft, VH-BKR was one of a number of Rapides flown by Connellan Airways of Australia in the 1940s and '50s, previously being RL947 with the RAF. VH-BKR was re-registered in the Connellan fleet as VH-CLH in 1958, and withdrawn from use in 1962. Subsequently broken up at Alice Springs, Australia as uneconomical to repair. Textures only, you will need to download the model separately. By Mike Stevens.

    102 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  13. FS2004 SEDTA Ecuador Junkers JU-52/3m

    FS2004 SEDTA Ecuador Junkers JU-52/3m. This aircraft, registered HC-SAC and christened after province "Guayas", was one of the few JU-52 the "Sociedad Ecuatoriana de Transportes Aereos" an early subsidiary of the then Deutsche Lufthansa flew the early commercial flights in Ecuador and up until the beginning of world war 2 when the german company assets were seized by the government since Ecuador was somehow in the allied side of the conflict. High definition textures only for the freeware Oliver Fischer Junkers Ju-52/3m model (JUNKR522.ZIP). By Rodolfo Estrella C.

    158 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  14. FS2004/FSX Albatross DIII

    FS2004/FSX Albatross DIII. Development of the prototype D.III started in late July or early August 1916. Following the successful Albatros D.I and D.II series, the D.III utilized the same semi-monocoque, plywood-skinned fuselage. but adopted a sesquiplane wing arrangement broadly similar to the French Nieuport 11. The upper wingspan was extended, while the lower wing was redesigned with reduced chord and a single main spar. "V" shaped interplane struts replaced the previous parallel struts. Gmax model by A.F. Scrub.

    456 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    2 comments

    Submitted

  15. FS2004/FSX Albatross DVa

    FS2004/FSX Albatross DVa. The D.V entered service in May 1917 and structural failures of the lower wing immediately occurred. The D.V’s sesquiplane wing layout was even more vulnerable than that of the D III. The outboard sections of the D.V upper wing also suffered failures, requiring additional wire bracing and the fuselage sometimes cracked during rough landings. Owing to these problems, the D.V offered very little improvement in performance to the Albatross D III. Gmax model by A.F. Scrub.

    392 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  16. FS2004/FSX Phonix D.I WW1 Fighter

    FS2004/FSX Phonix D.I WW1 Fighter. The Phoenix D.I biplane was intended as a replacement for the Hansa-Brandenburg D.I. Although it was produced in smaller numbers (120 D.I, 45 D.II, and 48 D.IIa fighters) than the Aviatik D.I and did not begin entering service until October 1917, the Phoenix D-series fighters are generally considered the best fighters designed and produced in Austria-Hungary. Gmax model by A.F. Scrub.

    371 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  17. FS2004/FSX Gotha WD-11 Float Biplane

    FS2004/FSX Gotha WD-11 Float Biplane. The WD11 was large twin-engined reconnaissance and torpedo-bomber seaplane, It was powered by two 6-cyl 172 hp Mercedes D.III engines, and had a max. speed of 120 kph (75 mph). It could carry a 1598 lb Whitehead torpedo, and saw service in the North Sea and Baltic. Twelve units were built. Gmax model by A.F. Scrub.

    257 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  18. FS2004/FSX Gotha WD-14 Wasserdoppeldecker

    FS2004/FSX Gotha WD-14 Wasserdoppeldecker reconnaissance and torpedo bomber, 1916. Large twin-engined torpedo bomber seaplane, built by Gothaer Waggonfabrik A.G. in 1916, powered by two 6-cyl 230 hp Benz Bz IV engines. Max. speed was 80 mph, and it could cary a 1598 lb Whitehead torpedo. It saw service in the North Sea and Baltic, and was later used for long distance marine reconnaissance and as minelayer. 69 units were built. Gmax model by A.F. Scrub.

    290 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    1 comment

    Submitted

  19. FS2004/FSX/Acceleration/P3D v3 German Prewar Biplane Arado 95

    FS2004/FSX/Acceleration/P3D v3 German Prewar Biplane Arado 95. This floatplane was supposed to be used as a coastal patrol, reconnaissance and light attack fighter. The first prototype, an all-metal biplane, was powered by a BMW 132 radial engine, flew in 1936. The prototype of the Ar-195 with wheels instead of floats was proposed for carrier operations on the never completed German aircraft Carrier Graf Zeppelin. FSDS 3.5 model by Erwin Welker.

    814 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  20. FS2004/FSX Albatros G.III Grosskampfflugzeug, 1917

    FS2004/FSX Albatros G.III Grosskampfflugzeug, 1917. Of elegant lines and clean design, this little known, limited production version of Albatros Flugzeugwerke's medium sized, twin engined tactical bomber biplane was built in 1917, based on their 1916 G.II prototype. It entered service in Macedonia and elsewhere in 1917. Powered by two Benz Bz.IV engines rated at 230 hp each, it had a payload of 720 lb and a top speed of 93 mph kt. It was faster and easier to fly than the more famous Gotha, AEG or Friedrichshafen "G" series bombers. Model by A.F. Scrub.

    251 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    0 comments

    Submitted

  21. FS2004/FSX Southern Martlet

    FS2004/FSX Southern Martlet. The Southern Martlet biplane was the first aircraft designed by a new British aircraft company, Southern Aircraft,under the part ownership of F. G. Miles. Later, with a new company, he was responsible for the Miles aircraft series. It was designed to be a single-seat sports aircraft for aerobatics and racing. The prototype first flew in public in 1929. In all six were built incorporating various modifications and engines. The sole remaining aircraft is stored and flown at the Shuttleworth Trust Old Warden airfield. Although made for FS2004 the model performs well in FSX. Modelled by Dave Molyneaux.

    722 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    5 comments

    Submitted

  22. FS2004/FSX/Accel/P3D v3 Nieuport 28c WWI Biplane Fighter

    FS2004/FSX/Accel/P3D v3 Nieuport 28c WWI Biplane Fighter. The Nieuport 28, developed in France, went in service in March 1918. She was supposed for French and American air troops. Finally France favorized the Spad XIII while US forces took the Nieport 28 as its fighter. The plane was equpped with a rotary engine and reached almost 200 kmh. See also my WWI scenery with a German airfield in Grand Est/France (WW1_GERMANAIRFIELDFRANCE.ZIP). FSDS 3.5 model by Erwin Welker.
     

    599 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    2 comments

    Submitted

  23. FS2004/FSX Percival K3 Vega Gull Correction

    FS2004/FSX Percival K3 Vega Gull Correction for use with percival_k3_vega_gull_fs9.zip and percival_k3_vega_gull_fsx.zip. Delete the existing model folder entry and replace with this. Or you can correct the entry manually by opening the folder, and deleting the '_5t' characters in the model.cfg file. It should read the same as the .mdl title 'VG_K3'. By Keith Paine.

    505 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    2 comments

    Submitted

  24. FS2004 Percival K3 Vega Gull

    FS2004 Percival K3 Vega Gull. The next development of the Percival Gull was the K3 model. The most obvious change was the redesigned moulded windscreen and the loss of the overhead windows above the rear passengers. The depicted aircraft P5989 c/n 105 was one of eight ordered by the Air Ministry and taken on charge in April 1939. She survived WWII and was registered G-AHET in 1945. She had many owners, but one of note was Mike Hawthorn, the British racing driver, whose colors are shown also. Thanks to Nigel Richards for some tuition in texturing and for use of his Avro series pilots face as a base for that used. Designed in Gmax for FS2004, she will portover to FSX, although a FSX version with 2048 textures is separately uploaded. By Keith Paine. (See also PERCIVAL_K3_VEGA_GULL_CORRECTION.ZIP)

    431 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    2 comments

    Submitted

  25. FS2004 Douglas Dolphin

    FS2004 Douglas Dolphin. The Douglas Dolphin was an amphibian of the 1930s. Designed at the end of the 1920s as a luxury air yacht, its market was ruined by the Great Depression and it became mostly a military aircraft. A few Coast Guard Dolphins served into World War Two, but only two survived the war. One flew until 1998 and is now the sole survivor, much modified, on display at the Naval Aviation Museum. This package includes early and later models of the Dolphin and over a dozen authentic skins of U.S. Army, Navy, Coast Guard and civilian Dolphins. By David Wooster with help from some friends. By David Wooster & Friends.

    539 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    4 comments

    Submitted

×
×
  • Create New...