Modified .air and aircraft.cfg files for Felipe Belalcazar's FS2002 Gloster E28/39 Pioneer
These files were modified from Felipe's originals, to overcome some issues with contact points, and to hopefully bring her a little nearer to spec. I used a combination of Aircraft Container Manager, Mr Beckwith's invaluable AirWrench and AFSD to try to identify a problem which turned out not to be there (thanks Fliger747, for the help and advice).
FS2004 Features For Pilotable Battleships Bismarck and Tirpitz.zip
FS2002/FS2004 features for the pilotable german battleships Bismarck and Tirpitz. This is originaly a CFS2-ship from the package kreigsmarine.zip from James Smith and Bruce Baker.
My AddOn provides pilotable ships with bridge, 6 deck views, sounds and special effects. One view showes an Arado-196 placed onto the catapult. Including is a repaint for the usage as Tirpitz, the texture for the bismarck is a little modified from the original.
FS2004 Features For Pilotable Heavy Cruiser Prinz Eugen.zip
FS2002/FS2004 features for the pilotable german heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen. It accompanied the battleship Bismarck, which has sunk the HMS Hood. This is originaly a CFS2-ship from the package kreigsmarine.zip from James Smith and Bruce Baker.
My AddOn provides a pilotable ship with bridge, 6 deck views, sounds and special effects. Two views showes an Arado-196 placed onto the catapult.
These textures are for the great FJ-1 Fury modeled by Kazunori Ito and requires the base file fj-1_104.zip. This repaint is a fictional Royal Canadian Navy scheme. Have fun! Mike. By mikew, 2008-05-29 13:17:16
These textures are for the fine FJ-1 Fury modeled by Kazunori Ito and requires the base file fj-1_104.zip. This repaint is a fictional U.S. Navy VF-73 scheme. Enjoy! Mike. By mikew, 2008-05-29 13:20:32
FS2004 Flughjalp (Joint Church Aid) Douglas DC-6.zip
In October 1968 the Dutch charter operator Transavia Holland became involved in the relief airlift from Sao Tome to Biafra. Initially only the DC-6 PH-TRA and the DC-6B's PH-TRD and PH-TRL were despatched, followed in November 1968 by DC-6 PH-TRB. Eventually the entire DC-6 fleet served on this operation while for its regular charter operations Transavia started using the Sud-Aviation SE-210 Caravelle jets. In 1969 all DC-6's were sold to Flughjalp and received Icelandic registrations (DC-6 PH-TRA became TF-AAD, DC-6 PH-TRB became TF-AAE). With the exception of TF-AAD and TF-AAE, both featured here, which were both written from use resp. in November 1969 and June 1969 after having sustained damage at the airstrip near Uli, the Sixes kept soldiering on till the Biafran Airlift came to an end in January 1970. These are textures only. You will require Jens B. Kristensen's FS2004 Douglas DC-6 (dc6_v20.zip). Original textures by Jens B. Kristensen.
This is a repaint of the The FS9 default Ford Tir_Motor. This repaint represents a Transcontinental Air Transport Inc. Ford Tri_motor. Transcontinental Air Transport (T-A-T) was the airline founded in 1928 by Clement Melville Keys that was to merge in 1930 with Western Air Express to form what became TWA. On July 7, 1929, it began the first transcontinental trips (sort of). It initially offered a 48-hour train/plane trip from New York City to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Its slogan was "Harnessing the Plane and the Iron Horse."
FS2004 Hawker Demon: Built as a two-seat fighter version of the Hawker Hart bomber, the Demon first flew in February 1933. The Demon was to be the first two-seat fighter operated by the Royal Air Force after World War I, and was the last two-seat biplane fighter to be manufactured in significant numbers. Powered by a Rolls Royce Kestrel V12 engine, the aircraft was faster than many of the single-seat aircraft at the time, but was soon outclassed by the new generation of monoplane fighters entering service in the mid to late 1930s.
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