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FS2004 Early Aircraft

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  1. FS2004/FSX/Accel/P3D v3 Short MAYO Composite

    FS2004/FSX/Accel/P3D v3 Short MAYO Composite, consisting of a flying boat and a seaplane. That strange concept was proposed to enlarge the range of a long distance postal airplane to cross the Atlantic with a non-stop flight. The flying boat Short S.21 was derived from the Short S.23 Empire with the task to go airborne and to reach altitude carrying the floatplane on its back. The Short S.20 Mercury was a light 4-engine floatplane with long distance abilities. After separation it reached after 4600 km Montreal in 20.5 hours with 272 kg payload in July 1938. In October 1938 the Mercury (without payload) mastered a world record by starting from Scotland and reaching South Africa after 9726 km in 42 hours. The original S.23 FS2004 model and also the FSX interior, the 2D panel, FDE and textures are made by Jens B. Kristensen. Panel improvements are done by Michael Pook. The conversion of the MDL to a FSDS 3D-file with reanimating all moving parts, the Mercury with its animations and the camera definitions are made by Erwin Welker.
     

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  2. FS2004/GW3 Cessna C-37 Airmaster

    FS2004/GW3 Cessna C-37 Airmaster. A Cessna C37 Airmaster for FS2004 and Golden Wings. Probably works in FSX but not tested in that sim. The Cessna Airmaster is the plane that rescued the Cessna Aircraft Company from oblivion in the 1930's. The C-34 Airmaster was designed by Dwane Wallace, a newly minted aeronautical engineer and Clyde Cessna's nephew. It first flew in 1934 and the design progressed through the C-37, C-38, C-145 and C-165. The lines of the steel tube and fabric Airmaster can be seen in the classic post-WW2 metal skin C-190/195 Businessliner. Aircraft by David Wooster.

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  3. FS2004/FSX Metal Aircraft Corporation Flamingo

    FS2004/FSX Metal Aircraft Corporation Flamingo. This is a re-upload of Craig Richardson's Metal Aircraft Corporation Flamingo. The re-upload consists of the original Flamingo package released by Craig Richardson, as found in an obscure website written in Spanish about the history of the airplane. I felt the need to re-upload it (as permitted by the original author's release notes), since it is pretty much the only original model by Craig that can't be found in any FS library! Re-upload by Leonardo Santos.

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  4. FS2004 Percival Q6 G-AEYE

    FS2004 Percival Q6 G-AEYE. A repaint for Keith Paine's FS2004 Percival Q6. G-AEYE c/n Q20 was the prototype Q Six and first flew in May 1939. Impressed into the RAF as X9328 in March 1940. Sold to Southern Aircraft Ltd., based at Gatwick in May 1946. Passed through several other owners until withdrawn from use in October 1964. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  5. FS2004 Percival Q6 P16D G-AFMV

    FS2004 Percival Q6 P16D G-AFMV. A repaint for Keith Paine's FS2004 Percival Q6 P16d. G-AFMV c/n Q37 was the third of only four Q6's built with a retractable undercarriage. Delivered to Viscount Forbes in January 1939, based at Croydon. Impressed into RAF service Dec. 1940. Damaged beyond repair North Africa March 1943. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  6. FS2004 Percival Q6 G-AHOM

    FS2004 Percival Q6 G-AHOM. A repaint for Keith Paine's FS2004 Percival Q6. G-AHOM c/n Q42 ex-P5637, was the fourth of seven Q6's ordered for the Royal Air Force, delivered in 1939 to Woodley Communications Flight. Sold to Western Airways, Weston-Super-Mare in June 1946. Painted as when owned by Ductile Steels Ltd., Wolverhampton in June 1948, named 'Ductility'. Passed through several other owners, including Edgar Percival and finally withdrawn from use in December 1960. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  7. FS2004 Percival Q6 P5634

    FS2004 Percival Q6 P5634. A repaint for Keith Paine's FS2004 Percival Q6. P5634 c/n Q39 was the first of seven Q6's ordered for the Royal Air Force, delivered in 1939 to RAF Northolt Station Flight and used often by the Royal Flight. Sold to the London & Oxford Steel Co. Ltd. in May 1946 as G-AHTB and then to S.A. Norman, Southend in September 1947. Sold to Egypt in August 1948 and damaged beyond repair in 1954. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  8. FS2004 Lithuanian Percival Q6s

    FS2004 Lithuanian Percival Q6s. Two Lithuanian repaints for Keith Paine's FS2004 Percival Q6. LY-SOA c/n Q28 and LY-SOB c/n Q29 were ordered by the Lithuanian Government for it's airline. Named 'Stepas Darius' and 'Stasys Girenas' in honor of the two Lithuanian pilots who perished in an attempt to fly from New York to Kaunus. Both aircraft were captured by the Russians when they invaded the Baltic States. Used by Aeroflot, fate unknown. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  9. FS2004 Percival Q6 YI-ROH

    FS2004 Percival Q6 YI-ROH. A repaint for Keith Paine's FS2004 Percival Q6. YI-ROH c/n Q22 was delivered to Iraq as the personal aircraft of King Ghazi I in April 1938, named 'Bird of Eden'. Following the death of the King the aircraft was passed to Iraq State Railways as YI-RQH in January 1939. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  10. FS2004 Percival Q6 P16D G-AFIX

    FS2004 Percival Q6 P16D G-AFIX. A repaint for Keith Paine's FS2004 Percival Q6 P16d. G-AFIX c/n Q31 was the second of only four Q6's built with a retractable undercarriage. Delivered to W.A.H.B. Burnside in December 1938, based at Croydon. Sold to Western Airways Ltd., Weston-Super-Mare in November 1939. Impressed into RAF service Dec. 1940. Sold after the War with a fixed undercarriage and passed through several owners finally being withdrawn from use in March 1959. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  11. FS2004 Percival Q6 P16D VH-ABY

    FS2004 Percival Q6 P16D VH-ABY. A repaint for Keith Paine's FS2004 Percival Q6 P16d. VH-ABY c/n Q35 was the last of only four Q6's built with a retractable undercarriage. Delivered to the Australian Department of Civil Aviation in June 1939. Leased to Ansett Airways during 1943. Sold to Wallace Stillard in 1947 and destroyed in a fatal crash on a flight from Canberra to Geelong in August of that year. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  12. FS2004 Airspeed Envoy MK3 EC-AGE Update

    FS2004 Airspeed Envoy MK3 EC-AGE Update. Update for the FS2004 repaint of EC-AGE (AIRSPEED_ENVOY_MK3_EC-AGE.ZIP). The original release had two main texture files missing. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  13. FS2004 Airspeed Envoy MK3 G-AENA

    FS2004 Airspeed Envoy MK3 G-AENA. A repaint for Dave Molyneaux's Airspeed Envoy Mk3. G-AENA c/n 60 was delivered to Max Findlay and Ken Waller in September 1936 and named 'Gabrielle'. Flown in the Schlesinger Portsmouth-Johannesburg Air Race in October 1936. Crashed on takeoff at Abercorn, Northern Rhodesia and destroyed. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  14. FS2004 Airspeed Envoy MK3 G-AEXX

    FS2004 Airspeed Envoy MK3 G-AEXX. A repaint for Dave Molyneaux's Airspeed Envoy Mk3. G-AEXX c/n 66 was delivered to the Secretary of State for Air in May 1937 and allocated to the King's Flight, based at Hendon.Impressed as L7270 in October 1939 and allocated to No 24 Squadron, RAF still based at Hendon. Sold to private owner in February 1946, based at Hanworth. Sold to Sweden as SE-ASN in June 1946. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  15. FS2004 Airspeed Envoy MK3 EC-AGE

    FS2004 Airspeed Envoy MK3 EC-AGE. A repaint for Dave Molyneaux's Airspeed Envoy Mk3. EC-AGE c/n 72 was delivered as F-AQCR to Air Pyrenees in August 1937. Sold to Spanish Republican Airline LAPE as EC-AGE in July 1938. Repaint by Peter Watkins. (See also AIRSPEED_ENVOY_MK3_EC-AGE_UPDATE.ZIP)

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  16. FS2004 Airspeed Envoy MK3 N9108

    FS2004 Airspeed Envoy MK3 N9108. A repaint for Dave Molyneaux's Airspeed Envoy Mk3. N9108 c/n 66 was delivered as G-AFJE to the High Commissioner for India in August 2nd 1938. Taken on charge August 28th 1938 by AHQ India Communications Flight, RAF Willingdon as N9108. Crashed at Mingaladon, Burma in February 1942. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  17. FS2004 Airspeed Envoy MK3 PH-ARK

    FS2004 Airspeed Envoy MK3 PH-ARK. A repaint for Dave Molyneaux's Airspeed Envoy Mk3. PH-ARK c/n 55 was registered in May 1936 as G-AEGF for British Scandinavian Airways Ltd but was never delivered.Sold in December 1936 to Eric Hoffman, Vienna and intended for the Spanish Republicans but were impounded at Antwerp Docks. Sold to DH Reinders,The Hague as PH-ARK and parked at Ypenberg airfield. Captured by the Germans and allocated Luftwaffe codes 'NJ+CQ'. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  18. FS2004 Airspeed Envoy OK-BAL

    FS2004 Airspeed Envoy OK-BAL. A repaint for Dave Molyneaux's Airspeed Envoy. OK-BAL c/n 47 was one of four delivered to Czech airline CSA in 1935/6. Seized by the Germans in March 1939 and given Luftwaffe codes 'CM+SA'. Handed over to the Finnish Government in March 1942 as compensation for the shooting down in error of Dragon Rapide OH-BLB. Passed to Finnish Air Force as EV-1 and damaged beyond repair in July 1943. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  19. FS2004 Finnish Airspeed Envoy

    FS2004 Finnish Airspeed Envoy. A repaint for Dave Molyneaux's Airspeed Envoy. Finnish Air Force EV-1 c/n 47 ex-OK-BAL was one of four Envoys delivered to Czech airline CSA in 1935/6. Seized by the Germans in March 1939 and given Luftwaffe codes 'CM+SA'. Handed over to the Finnish Government in March 1942 as compensation for the shooting down in error of Dragon Rapide OH-BLB. Damaged beyond repair in July 1943. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  20. FS2004 Airspeed Envoy G-ADBA

    FS2004 Airspeed Envoy G-ADBA. A repaint for Dave Molyneaux's Airspeed Envoy. G-ADBA c/n 33 was delivered to Cobham Air Routes Ltd, Croydon in April 1935. Leased to Olley Air Service Ltd, Croydon in May 1935. Returned to Airspeed (1934) Ltd who attempted to sell the aircraft to the Spanish Republican Air Force but the sale was blocked. Sold to North Eastern Airways Ltd, Croydon in February 1937. Impressed by the Royal Air Force as P5378 in February 1939. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  21. FS2004 Airspeed Envoy G-ACVJ

    FS2004 Airspeed Envoy G-ACVJ. A repaint for Dave Molyneaux's Airspeed Envoy. G-ACVJ c/n 30 was delivered to R.K. Dundas Ltd, Heston in January 1935. Flown to India on a demonstration tour by Sir Alan Cobham and Flt. Lt. H.C. Johnson. Returned to England and sold to Commercial Air Hire Ltd, Heston in July 1936. Sold to the Spanish Republicans and delivered to Barcelona in August 1936. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  22. FS2004 Airspeed Envoy VH-UXY

    FS2004 Airspeed Envoy VH-UXY. A repaint for Dave Molyneaux's Airspeed Envoy. VH-UXY c/n 31, ex-G-ACYJ was delivered to famous Australian aviator Charles Ulm in October 1934. Ulm intended to form a new airline 'Great Pacific Airways' and named the Envoy 'Stella Australis'. He departed Oakland airfield, California on a trans Pacific route surveying flight on December 3rd 1934. The aircraft became lost in the Hawaiian Islands area and ditched, having ran out of fuel. Despite a massive sea and air search, sadly no trace of the aircraft was ever found. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  23. FS2004 Airspeed Envoy J-BDDO

    FS2004 Airspeed Envoy J-BDDO. A repaint for Dave Molyneaux's Airspeed Envoy. J-BDDO c/n 37 ex-G-ADCB was one of six imported to Japan by Mitsubishi in early 1935. Mitsubishi manufactured eleven examples of the Envoy under licence as the Mitsubishi Hinazuru. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  24. FS2004 Airspeed Envoy G-ADAZ

    FS2004 Airspeed Envoy G-ADAZ. A repaint for Dave Molyneaux's Airspeed Envoy. G-ADAZ c/n 32 was delivered to North Eastern Airways Ltd, Heston in January 1935. Sold to Air Service Training Ltd, Hamble in November 1938. Impressed by the Royal Air Force as DG663 in February 1941. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  25. FS2004 Percival Vega Gull F-APIG

    FS2004 Percival Vega Gull F-APIG. A repaint for Keith Paine's Percival Vega Gull. F-APIG c/n K38 was delivered to Cies Regionales Reunies de Fabriques d'Engrais & de Produits Chimiques, Paris in November 1936. Used by Hirsch-Ollendorf to compete in the 'Circuit of the Oases' air race in Cairo, February 1937. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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