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FSX/FS2004 – Cruise ship Disney Magic

FSX/FS2004 – Cruise ship Disney Magic. She was the first cruiseship of the Disney Cruise Line. She sails under the flag of Bahamas since 1998. She has a length of 294 m, a power of 57600 kw allows 24 knots of speed and the ship carries 945 men of crew and up to 3600 passengers, mostly families with children. The package contains a pilotable version with 2D navigation bridge and a ai-versions.

FSDS 3.5 models and 2D panel by Erwin Welker

20.5 MB

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FSX/P3D – Fairey Barracuda RK479

FSX/P3D – Fairey Barracuda RK479. A repaint for Rob Richardson’s Fairey Barracuda for Microsoft Flight Simulator X Acceleration/P3D (available from http://robertjamesrichardson.co.uk/ ). RK479 was a Fairey-built Barracuda TBR.III. Painted as when part of HMS Illustrious’ Ships Flight when visiting Oslo in 1948. Transferred to HMS Vengeance Ships Flight in 1949.

Repaint by Peter Watkins

7 MB

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FSX/FS2004 – AirbusA321 easyJet

FSX/FS2004 – AirbusA321 easyJet. easyJet A321 (due 2018) textures only, requires the Project Airbus A321 CFM sharklet model. This repaint doesn’t have a registration number (none available yet) as its due 2018, just the EU logo for now

By Steve Colley

7 MB

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FSX – Bombardier CSeries CS100

FSX – Bombardier CSeries CS100. Included are the liveries of Swiss HB-JBA, Test Aircraft FTV1 C-FBCS, and Delta Air Lines. The CSeries are my first models built from scratch for FSX. It was made using FSDS v3.5; the flight dynamics were created using airwrench; the panel was made with FS Panel Studios using default gauges. This is not meant to be a complex model therefore it should be very frame rate friendly.

Model, repaints, and flight dynamics by Hongming Zheng

17 MB

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FSX – Bombardier CSeries CS300

FSX – Bombardier CSeries CS300. Included are the liveries of airBaltic YL-CSA, Air Canada, and Swiss International Air Lines HB-JCA. This is my first model built from scratch for FSX. It was made using FSDS v3.5; the flight dynamics were created using airwrench; the panel was made with FS Panel Studios using default gauges. This is not meant to be a complex model therefore it should be very frame rate friendly.

Model, repaints, and flight dynamics by Hongming Zheng

14.5 MB

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FSX/FS2004 – Supermarine Spitfire F21

FSX/FS2004 – Supermarine Spitfire F2. With the 21 the classification of Spitfire marks swapped from Roman to Arabic numerals. The wing of the Spitfire had changed very little during the aircraft`s development. However, with the Mk 21 the elliptical wing gave way to a new one with blunted tips and changes to the flaps and ailerons. The wing was made even stronger and carried four 20mm cannon. The fuselage was redesigned and the whole airframe was heavier than previous Spitfires, meaning the undercarriage had to be made more robust. The wheels were now fully covered by undercarriage doors in flight (this had been a feature of Mitchell`s first prototype Spitfire and the prototype Mk III but was not adopted on any production Spitfire before the 21). The usual engine was a Griffon 61 or 64 with a five bladed prop, although a few were fitted with the Griffon 85 with six blades in two sets of three rotating in different directions (known as a contra-rotating propeller) to use fully the 2,375 hp of the Griffon. The Mk 21 kept the normal bulged cockpit. When first introduced the Mk 21 had bad control characteristics, these were cured by modifications to rudder and elevators. 122 were produced

By A.F.Scrub

20 MB

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FSX/FS2004 – Supermarine Seafire Mk45

X/FS2004 – Supermarine Seafire Mk45. With the 21 the classification of Spitfire marks swapped from Roman to Arabic numerals. The wing of the Spitfire had changed very little during the aircraft`s development. However, with the Mk 21 the elliptical wing gave way to a new one with blunted tips and changes to the flaps and ailerons. The wing was made even stronger and carried four 20mm cannon. The fuselage was redesigned and the whole airframe was heavier than previous Spitfires, meaning the undercarriage had to be made more robust. The wheels were now fully covered by undercarriage doors in flight (this had been a feature of Mitchell`s first prototype Spitfire and the prototype Mk III but was not adopted on any production Spitfire before the 21). The usual engine was a Griffon 61 or 64 with a five bladed prop, although a few were fitted with the Griffon 85 with six blades in two sets of three rotating in different directions (known as a contra-rotating propeller) to use fully the 2,375 hp of the Griffon. The Mk 45 was a navalised Mk 24 with tailhook but fixed wings.

By A.F.Scrub

19.5 MB

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FSX – Douglas SBD Dauntless Updated

FSX – Douglas SBD Dauntless Updated. The Douglas SBD Dauntless was a World War II American naval scout plane and dive bomber that was manufactured by Douglas Aircraft from 1940 through 1944. The SBD (“Scout Bomber Douglas”) was the United States Navy’s main carrier-borne scout plane and dive bomber from mid-1940 through mid-1944. The SBD is best remembered as the bomber that delivered the fatal blows to the Japanese carriers at the Battle of Midway in June 1942. This is an FSX update for the Dauntless SBD-3, originally designed for FS2004 by the late Paul Clawson. It combines the original model and an earliar panel update by Erwin Welker. This package features a modified VC with e few more gauges added and an enhanced and more realistic appearance. Both the VC and 2D panel are based upon Pierre Langer’s photo-realistic panel designs. Credits go to Paul Clawson for the original model, to Pierre Langer for the original panel design and the Dauntless gauges as well as to Erwin Welker for his panel modifications, extra camera views and rear gunner view.

New enhanced VC and gauge configuration by Michael Pook

16 MB

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FSX – Douglas DC 8-62 Updated

FSX – Douglas DC 8-62 Updated. This is an FSX update of the legendary Douglas DC 8-62 jetliner, originally designed by Capt. Italo D’Attomo. To my knowledge this is the only freeware DC8 with functioning VC available anywhere. The model utilizes the photo-realistic 2D panel by Sid Star with now FSX compatible gauges. The VC has been entirely remodelled and enhanced as well as the whole interior. I’ve added smoke and burner effects too. As there is only this Alitalia livery available, other repaints would be very welcome. The aircraft very likely runs in FS2004 and P3D/3. The panels utilize many of the great gauges by Philippe Wallaert. Thanks to Capt. D’ Attomo for the original model and to Philippe Wallaert for his
phantastic gauges.

All updates by Michael Pook

10 MB

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FS2004 – ATR 42 Ortegel Air

FS2004 – ATR 42 Ortegel Air. Complete package with AES intelliscene, wing view and pushback panels. Model by ISDT

By Andy Bayer

30.5 MB

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