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  • jankees's Avatar
    September 26th, 2021, 05:52
    jankees started a thread Hawker Seahawk in MSFS (FS2020)
    I have been enjoying myself with Rob's Seahawk, making several paints for it. If you want to try the Seahawk, you'll have to send an email to Rob asking for it, as he feels it's not (yet?) good enough to publish. Personally, I think it is a wonderful model, and big fun to paint too. It just has such elegant lines. So far, I've done a Royal Navy 897 squadron aircraft, as based on HMS Eagle during the Suez crisis: jk7999 by JanKees Blom, on Flickr and both the first: jk8038 by JanKees Blom, on Flickr and the second paintscheme for aircraft of 860 squadron of the Royal Dutch navy, as based on the HrMs Karel Doorman
    59 replies | 3464 view(s)
  • pilto von pilto's Avatar
    September 27th, 2021, 21:43
    Hello All So for the people that dont do the facebook thing we have recently announced a new aeroplane to join the ever increasing MSFS hangar here at AH. The Electra 10 A for MSFS is rounding the corner and will be released very soon. Here are some shots from the Facebook. Our site will be updated in the next day or so with a preview page with more shots , video and a manual for you to look through before delivery . Mod Edit - purchase page: https://www.aeroplaneheaven.com/product_electra.php
    44 replies | 2943 view(s)
  • robcarrich's Avatar
    October 2nd, 2021, 03:31
    McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee A "Blender" model compiled with the MS2020 SDK
    34 replies | 2249 view(s)
  • Tom Clayton's Avatar
    September 23rd, 2021, 18:13
    They're calling it a "Stage 1" release with wheels, skis, and the stock G1000, while an upcoming "Stage 2" will have tundra wheels, floats, and stem gauges. Buy now and get the next release free, or wait and pay more. https://milviz.com/flight/products/PC62020/index.php
    30 replies | 2055 view(s)
  • wombat666's Avatar
    September 24th, 2021, 09:23
    Took myself out for a run around the back roads as it was top down weather and found a few newly posted signs. Bad idea Vic Roads........a Red Rag to a Bull. :devilish: Reduce speed to 80K???? Joking.
    38 replies | 1551 view(s)
  • YoYo's Avatar
    October 4th, 2021, 08:45
    Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram doesnt work. LOL :biggrin-new: There is some global failure. For many its a end of the World ;). Personally I have FB account to check some news from sim market but for many its a disaster.
    25 replies | 1154 view(s)
  • Mick's Avatar
    September 21st, 2021, 09:14
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category FS 2004 Military - Jets Description: The B-48 was Martin's entry into the U.S. Army Air Force's 1944 jet bomber development competition, which was ultimately won by Boeing's B-47 Stratojet. This package includes models of the two slightly different XB-48 prototypes in authentic liveries, plus several fictional skins depicting the type as if it entered U.S. Air Force service. Models, panel, sounds and flight model by David Wooster. Skins by Mick To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit Martin XB-48 for FS9 The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.
    25 replies | 1785 view(s)
  • UncleTgt's Avatar
    October 5th, 2021, 01:35
    Numerous varieties of PBY ... Dutch (MLD) using Shessi's Catalina mkI It seems they used GB ordnance, but also 100 & 300kg bombs. Does anyone know if these were the WW1 PuW style weapons, or a later shape? All I've found is a single b & w photo from a Dutch East Indies factory showing it's range of munitions, & there just seems to be a vaguely PuW shaped 200kg bomb on the display, all the rest are artillery shells... I've revised the airfile & am working on a panel.cfg that uses metric instruments, but the DP file needs some ordnance :sniper:
    27 replies | 1276 view(s)
  • Scorch00's Avatar
    October 3rd, 2021, 12:28
    This is a possible pitch and/or ask for permission type of thread. I've been talking to a few of my fellow tanker companions over the last several months. And the topic has come up several times of doing tanker conversion(s) of a B-25. The only viable option that's been presented, and in my opinion the highest quality one has been the one posted here on SOH. I have several other vintage tanker conversions in progress, but the B-25 has become a very popular option, if a possible conversion in our community became available. If it was deemed viable. I know there were a number of SOH members that took part in the FSX native conversion of Roy Chaffin's B-25, so I was curious if anyone that was part of that project could possibly reach out to me and/or Mr. Chaffin (as the readme stated that...
    26 replies | 953 view(s)
  • falcon409's Avatar
    October 2nd, 2021, 16:55
    I may have found another small Airport to work on in Vermont. . .Bennington Airport (William H. Morse State Airport). I have enough reference to start but if anyone is familiar with the Airport and can put me on to any good photo resources, let me know.
    24 replies | 1225 view(s)
  • Captain Kurt's Avatar
    September 22nd, 2021, 10:31
    Preview -- Underway with lots to do yet
    16 replies | 1120 view(s)
  • downwind's Avatar
    October 13th, 2021, 14:47
    Do any of you have lnfo on how Windows 11 might impact FSX operation?
    15 replies | 954 view(s)
  • IanHenry's Avatar
    September 22nd, 2021, 05:30
    I know that I'm a little late to VR because in the past I've had quite a few health issues with my eye's and I've always considered it to large a financial commitment to find out if VR is suitable for me. Now VR unit's are at a price that I consider reasonable to look at, I'm talking about the Oculus Quest 2 specifically. Do any members here have any experience of using this unit for flight simulation in MSFS, P3D and DCS? Also do you have to use the hand controller's that come with the unit or can you still use your mouse pointer to click on switches etc and lastly, is there any other software that I'm likely to need (I already know that I'll have to buy a ridiculously priced cable)? Any help of suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Ian
    21 replies | 746 view(s)
  • gavinc's Avatar
    October 3rd, 2021, 07:38
    Is anyone interested in some of Dave Molyneauxs FS9 models for P3D (and some for FSX as well)? I have been converting some for my own use and Dave has graciously allowed me to release them if there is any interest. So far I have converted the following Auster Arrow Taylorcraft Model Plus C DH83 Fox Moth
    19 replies | 865 view(s)
  • tgycgijoes's Avatar
    October 4th, 2021, 18:08
    I got really excited looking for info for Saufley Field to share with FlyingsCool and found the Abandoned Airfields site for Florida around Pensacola with this in it and thought it would be cool to have it along with Saufley Field so I am getting started on creating it. I want to try my hand at the Main Gate and SODE "Guards" changing from winter and summer uniforms and also my SODE US Flag for naval and military bases. In looking at the frequencies correct me if I am wrong...on the line right below the field name are Low and High TACAN channels. According to Google Moog Navigation and Surveillance Systems (NaSS) was first established in 1955 and registered its first Tactical Air Navigation (TACAN) patents in 1962. Here is a NAVY Training Film from 1955:...
    21 replies | 1210 view(s)
  • robcarrich's Avatar
    October 2nd, 2021, 03:43
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category FS 2020 - Military Jets Description: The McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee (internally, the McDonnell Model 24) was a single-seat carrier-based jet fighter aircraft deployed by the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps from 1948 to 1961. It was one of the primary American fighters used during the Korean War and was the only jet-powered fighter deployed by the Royal Canadian Navy. The aircraft's name is derived from the banshee of Irish mythology. This model is given freely in the hope you will get some enjoyment from it. If you feel that the Banshee is not up to your standards and think you can improve the model please have the courtesy to contact me so that I can incorporate any improvement in the next update. and not...
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  • Captain Kurt's Avatar
    October 6th, 2021, 09:02
    Siemens-Schuckert Werks SSW D.III
    15 replies | 899 view(s)
  • Marty's Avatar
    September 27th, 2021, 14:59
    I have tried to convert the De Schelde ds 21 and the Fokker D-XXIII they came out good with exception of the landing gear. The D21 front wheel sticks out until it is airborne. the D23 is the same when they are airborn the wheels are in the correct position. Has anyone converted these to work correctly? :encouragement: other than that the aircraft are great.
    16 replies | 906 view(s)
  • Twice43's Avatar
    September 28th, 2021, 06:02
    Twice43 started a thread C-47 for MSFS? in MSFS (FS2020)
    In casting around for any news re the Title, I stumbled into the Wingwalkers.org site & found a thread that included this quote from M. Jahn with respect to the unauthorized port over of his FSX C-47 into MSFS. "I have now stopped modeling for good, not least because of this affair, but it may be a consolation for MSFSers to know that I and Jan (Visser) have passed the source files on to a developer at Sim Outhouse, so a native MSFS version is still a possibility, in the foreseeable future, though sadly it will be without my input." This was on September 28, 2020 & I wonder if someone within Sim-Outhouse has picked up the baton & is working on the C-47? T43
    12 replies | 1132 view(s)
  • keithb77's Avatar
    September 20th, 2021, 11:29
    https://www.facebook.com/Milviz/posts/4522459464465060
    10 replies | 1002 view(s)
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