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    FS2004 (ACOF) - FS2004 Warbirds
    FS2004/FSX Supermarine Spitfire Mk XIV Clipped Bubbletop
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    Name: spitfire14_bubbletop.zip
    Size: 26,030,693 Date: 04-18-2021 Downloads: 188

    FS2004/FSX Supermarine Spitfire Mk XIV Clipped Bubbletop. The Mk XIV was the most important of the Griffon powered Spitfires, and the only one to see significant wartime service. It used the two-speed two-stage supercharged Griffon 61 or 65, giving 2,050 hp. It had a significantly improved performance at speed and higher altitudes when compared to the earlier Merlin powered Spitfires. Model by A.F. Scrub.

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    FS2004 (ACOF) - FS2004 Early Aircraft
    FS2004/FSX Aztec Airways Beech 18
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    Name: jai_beech-18_aztecairways.zip
    Size: 4,423,919 Date: 04-05-2021 Downloads: 130

    FS2004/FSX Aztec Airways Beech 18. This is a new, previously unreleased AI Beech 18 / C-45 model for FS2004. This is 2007 project that was shelved by Jake Burrus and is mostly all complete. There are a couple minor modeling issues that were never finished but comes with eight LOD's and some basic C45 paints and PSD's that are included thanks to Ray Parker! Ray has kindly allowed me to release this model. There is a converted model available as well (see Readme). This is the base model and I have done the two other repaints included. By Greg Peters.

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    FS2004 (ACOF) - FS2004 Turboprops
    FS2004 Vickers Vanguard
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    Name: cpai_vickers_vanguard.zip
    Size: 4,034,934 Date: 04-03-2021 Downloads: 134

    FS2004 Vickers Vanguard. Vickers Vanguard/Merchantman for AI. This model was designed specifically for AI traffic use. Features 7 LOD models and XML moving parts. Includes layered PSD (Photoshop) paintkit, model, and bare metal texture. This is an FS2004-native model, so it is compatible up through P3Dv3. Models, textures, paint kit and general unpleasantness by Christian Page.

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    FS2004 (ACOF) - FS2004 Early Aircraft
    FS2004 Bernard 207T
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    Name: fs2004_bernard_207t.zip
    Size: 5,990,190 Date: 03-25-2021 Downloads: 121

    FS2004 Bernard 207T. Aircraft built by the firm Bernard 207T during the year 1933. The interior is on the model of the Delahaye Delage cars. The pilots René Marchesseau, Thuilliez and Decombe undertook a journey from the dark continent to Madagascar and the Cape with 400 liters of gasoline and this plane bears the name of the seaside resort of Berck sur mer. The 30,000 km journey stopped halfway between Niamey and Lake Chad due to a damaged propeller. The last member of the Bernard 200 family of aircraft designed and built by the French company Société des Avions Bernard was the Bernard 207T light multi-role aircraft. By Denis Fouchard.

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    FS2004 Latecoere 28.3 H
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    Name: fs2004_latecoere_28_3_h.zip
    Size: 16,253,701 Date: 03-25-2021 Downloads: 105

    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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    FS2004 Latecoere 300
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    Name: fs2004_latecoere_300.zip
    Size: 14,228,683 Date: 03-25-2021 Downloads: 133

    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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    FS2004 Potez 56
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    Name: fs2004_potez_56.zip
    Size: 28,092,362 Date: 03-25-2021 Downloads: 140

    FS2004 Potez 56. Designed by Louis Coroller as a transport aircraft, the Potez 560 prototype made its first flight on June 18, 1934. Built largely of wood, the aircraft was a low-floating plane with a wing profile similar to that of the Potez 53 racing plane, and a single-wing vertical tail. It had excellent aerodynamic contours. A small production run of 16 aircraft was built for various airlines. At least three Potez 561s with variable pitch propellers, improved nacelle aerodynamics, and modified cabin glazing were built in series. The military version was intended for use as a liaison aircraft, general purpose aircraft, target tug and twin-engine trainer for pilot training. By Denis Fouchard.

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    FS2004 Potez 62
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    Name: fs2004_potez_62.zip
    Size: 10,777,772 Date: 03-25-2021 Downloads: 117

    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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    FS2004 Potez 620
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    Name: fs2004_potez_620.zip
    Size: 9,454,108 Date: 03-25-2021 Downloads: 102

    FS2004 Potez 620. 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. By Denis Fouchard.

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    FS2004 Wibault 283T
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    Name: fs2004_wibault_283t.zip
    Size: 16,555,109 Date: 03-25-2021 Downloads: 121

    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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