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April 18, 2007
FS2002/FS2004 Dornier DO335 A12. The Dornier Do 335 Pfeil (“Arrow”), unofficially also Ameisenbar (“anteater”), was a World War II heavy fighter built by the Dornier company. The Pfeil’s performance was much better than any similar design due to its unique “push-pull” layout and the Luftwaffe was desperate to get the design into squadron use, but delays in engine deliveries meant only a handful were delivered before the war ended. The A12 is a training plane with two seats. Two kinds of models (A12 two seat trainer and night fighter) are included. By Kazunori Ito.
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October 28, 2003
FS2002/FS2004 DH Mosquito B IV – DK333/HS-F ‘Grim Reaper’ RAF 109 Squadron, No.8 Group. This aircraft carried nose art in the form of The Grim Reaper and also had bomb graphics just rear of the nose canopy. The aircraft was flown by Flying Officers Harry B. Stephens and Frank Ruskell DFC out of Wyton. Frank Ruskell left the squadron in April 1944 and H. Stephens was later killed in action. 109 Squadron was an Oboe Squadron (high level blind bombing radar aid). By J.R. Lucariny.
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April 10, 2004
FS2002/FS2004 Delta Airlines L-1011-100. Lockheed L1011-100 TriStar v1.1 in Delta Airlines old colors, repainted and updated by Joe DeGregorio. Added was the Tristar logo on the center engine intake, a better alpha layer and revised colors. Flight dynamics by Sam Chin. Original aircraft and paint by Charles Dayhuff.
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August 3, 2003
FS2002/FS2004 Delta Airlines Boeing 767-400 (GE) (new colors). A B767-400 from AI Aardvark designed especially for AI traffic. Features 12 LOD models and moving parts. Very detailed, includes animated gear, flaps and spoilers, thrust reversers, antennas, flap canoes and simulated gear bays and specular highlights. Extremely frame rate friendly. Includes optional reflective model. Model by Craig Crawley. Paint by Boback Shahsafdari. FDE by David Carter 800 Kb (more…)
October 3, 2008
FS2002/FS2004 DeHavilland DH.86 Express. This was a four engined development of the D.H.84 Dragon, developed in 1933 to meet an order by the Australian QANTAS for an airliner to fly the Singapore to Australia route. A number were operated by various military services. A total of 62 were built. The DH 86 had a busy career until eight were impressed into RAAF service from late 1939. Three kind of paint examples (Imperial Airways, Qantas Airlines, for military) are included. By Kazunori Ito.
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October 16, 2008
FS2002/FS2004 DeHavilland DH.108 Swallow. This was a British experimental aircraft designed by John Carver Meadows Frost in October 1945. The DH 108 featured a tailless, swept wing with a single vertical stabilizer, closely resembling the layout of the wartime German Messerschmitt Me 163 Komet rocket-powered point-defense interceptor. Initially designed to evaluate swept wing handling characteristics at low and high subsonic speeds for the proposed early tailless design of the Comet airliner, three examples of the DH108 were built to the Air Ministry specifications E.1/45 and E.11/45. With the adoption of a conventional tail for the Comet, the aircraft were used instead to investigate swept wing handling up to supersonic speeds. All three prototypes were lost in fatal crashes. Two kinds of models (clean / with virtual weapon set) are included. By Kazunori Ito.
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FS2002/FS2004 DC-3 Airways Douglas DC-3 classic and 1940′s MAAM-SIM alternative bitmaps. Key replacement textures for the passenger and cargo versions of DC-3 Airways liveries found in DCAMAAMP.ZIP and DCAMAAMF.ZIP respectively. Also requires the base model of the Gmax MAAM-SIM DC-3A available from www.maam.org. Saved in DXT3 format without mipmaps, these textures are designed to replace the original 32-bit images for users seeking to maximise texture refresh rate or who operate slower computers. Image quality, although reduced, remains excellent on most systems. By Mark Beaumont. 4,5 Mb (more…)
FS2002/FS2004 DC-3 Airways Douglas DC-3 classic and 1940′s MAAM-SIM liveries – passenger. Texture sets only, requiring the base model of the Gmax MAAM-SIM DC-3A available from www.maam.org. Will not work with the default FS2004 DC-3, or with any previous versions of the MAAM-SIM product. Fictional but official repaints for the virtual airline DC-3 Airways and intended primarily for use by DC-3 Airways pilots. Download contains liveries in bare metal and classic versions, the latter with two options. Aircraft repaints by Mark Beaumont.
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FS2002/FS2004 DC-3 Airways Douglas DC-3 classic and 1940′s MAAM-SIM liveries – cargo. Texture sets only, requiring the base model of the Gmax MAAM-SIM DC-3A available from www.maam.org. Will not work with the default FS2004 DC-3, or with any previous versions of the MAAM-SIM product. Fictional but official repaints for the virtual airline DC-3 Airways and intended primarily for use by DC-3 Airways pilots. Download contains liveries in bare metal and classic versions. Aircraft repaints by Mark Beaumont.
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