FSX Bell X-1 rocket plane; the first to break the sound barrier. Based on earlier work by Dave Garwood, Julian Higgs and Bob Chicilo.
FSX Atkinson AJ2. An updated version with a new VC with working autopilot, pop-up radio stack, GPS, digital gauges and more. Also includes a new 2D panel.
FSX Cameron Hot Air Balloon. Features realistic hot air balloon flight dynamics, custom gauges and effects, self illumination textures, simply dynamic VC, repaint kit. By Bruce Fitzgerald.
FSX Noorduyn Norseman On Floats. The Noorduyn Norseman was built from 1935 until 1959. They have been used all over the world in both civil and military roles. Includes three paint schemes, Canadian, USAF and Bush Flying Unlimited. Original model by Brian Gladden. Upgrade to FSX (tested in FS2004/FSX/FSX Acceleration, Windows 7) by A.F. Scrub.
FS2004/FSX Firefox 2 Update. This is a correction of the last update for both FS2004 and FSX of the FS2004 Firefox 2 by Owen Smoot, painted by Kurt Beswick. The afterburners were not changed in the file previously uploaded and a gauge for the FSX panel was also not included. This is the whole aircraft again with the changes, so you don't need anything previous to this for this to work. By Bob Chicilo.
FSX Saunders Roe SR-45 "Princess". The SR-45 first flew in 1952 and was one of the largest flying boats ever built. It was overshadowed by the upcoming land based 707 and DC-8 so only one was finished and test flown. This is a native FSX Acceleration project. It has the usual animations, specular shine, .dds textures, reverse thrust, and turbine smoke that turns on and off as a function of throttle position. The VC is based on a photo and has animated flight and engine controls. There is no 2D panel. There are two liveries, the factory paint and the proposed BOAC livery. By Paul Clawson.
FSX Native Grumman S2Turboprop Civil Fire Tanker. By Milton Shupe, Scott Thomas, Tom Fliger, Martial Feron, Jan Visser and sounds by Nigel Richards, retardant gauge XML copyright (C) H. Naegele.
FSX The Fireflash (Thunderbirds TM). The Fireflash is a hypersonic airliner, capable of travelling at six times the speed of sound. It can carry a maximum of 600 persons (passengers and crew). Its luxurious interior contains a comfortable lounge in each of its two main wings; its cargo area includes a vehicle garage (seen in The Impostors); and its cockpit is located, unconventionally, in the tail fin. The Fireflash fleet has been the target of at least two separate sabotage events - both of which required the intervention of International Rescue. This addon package is designed for FSX Steam Edition, it may work in FS2004, Normal FSX at your own risk. This aircraft is a working prototype, a further release of this package is currently planned for some time in the near future, and is the first release of this type, my very third successful attempt at creating my own aircraft. All credits and copyrights go to their respective companies, eg Thunderbirds (TM), Supermarination, Gerry Anderson, AP Films, ITV Studios, Associated Television (ATV), Arthur Provis and Robert Leigh, etc. This aircraft package should have working radios, flaps, spoilers, ATC, and speed control, etc. to a certain degree. I have checked through most of the technicalities and they all appear to be working to some extent. By Edward Powell.
FSX Thunderbird 4 V1. Thunderbird 4 is International Rescue's go-to vehicle for underwater rescue - a yellow mini-submarine, piloted by aquanaut Gordon Tracy. Unlike Thunderbirds 1, 2 and 3 - all of which are capable of travelling to danger zones under their own power - TB4 fits comfortably within its own specialized pod - Pod 4 - aboard Thunderbird 2, which then transports it to where it is needed. Sometimes TB4 must utilize other means, to get from place to place - in a different pod (eg Pod 6, in Attack of the Alligators!); via direct launching, from Tracy Island's runway; or via assistance from other transportation - notably by the World Navy's USN Sentinel (Terror in New York City), after TB2 had been incapacitated and needed to undergo a complete rebuild. TB4 is equipped with a versatile arsenal of sophisticated gadgetry - including a missile launcher, a searchlight, a battering ram and a laser, all of which are located in the nose of the sub. It is capable of travelling on surface water (hover mode) or underwater. Its small interior is equipped with an airlock for access and exit while underwater.This addon package is designed for FSX Steam Edition, it may work in FS2004, Normal FSX at your own risk. This aircraft is a working prototype, a further release (V2) of Thunderbirds 3, 4, and 5 should be expected in the future, this package is currently the first release, my very first attempt at creating my own aircraft. This aircraft acts like a boat, if it is throttled down correctly, however it can actually take off, only after it reaching over 65-75 knots. So, if you either want a canon Thunderbird 4, or a flying one, it's up to you! This means it may be difficult to control and pilot. So you can expect a proper physical workout and mental exersise! All credits and copyrights go to their respective companies, eg Thunderbirds (TM), Supermarination, Gerry Anderson, AP Films, ITV Studios, Associated Television (ATV), Arthur Provis and Robert Leigh, etc. This aircaft package should have, working radios, flaps, spoilers, ATC, and Speed control etc, to a certain degree, I have checked through most of the technicalities and they all appear to be working to some extent. By Edward Powell.
FSX The Sunprobe (Thunderbirds TM). Sun Probe (sometimes Sunprobe) was a space probe used to collect particles from around the sun. If not for International Rescue, the Sun Probe mission would have been a disaster. Using an ion drive and a chemical rocket system, the Sun Probe's launch thrust of 20 million pounds gave it the acceleration to reach solar orbit in a week. The three solarnauts, Colonel Harris, Asher and Camp remained aboard the Sun Probe while the nose cone was detached to collect the particles from a solar prominence and then retrieved. But because of the sun's high radiation levels and electromagnetic pulse particles, the Sun Probe's retros failed and the probe went on a collision course with the surface of the sun, which meant the Sun Probe, as well as all three solarnauts, would have been killed by its extreme heat. This addon package is designed for FSX Steam Edition, it may work in FS2004, Normal FSX at your own risk. This aircraft is a working prototype, a further release of this package is currently not planned, and is the first and only release of this type, my very second successful attempt at creating my own aircraft. This aircraft takes off very quickly and cruises quite quickly! So it may be difficult to control and pilot. So you can expect a proper physical workout and mental exersise! All credits and copyrights go to their respective companies, eg Thunderbirds (TM), Supermarination, Gerry Anderson, AP Films, ITV Studios, Associated Television (ATV), Arthur Provis and Robert Leigh, etc. By Edward Powell.
FSX Blue Streak. A repaint of Mike Stone's Stingray, aircraft entitled "Blue Streak". The paint scheme is blued chrome. Effect created with the use of a modified alpha channel process. This aircraft includes afterburner effects and the original readme file is included. Textures and modifications for FSX by Mark Rooks of RSDG.
FSX Boeing 314 China Clipper. This Boeing Clipper was from the Bill Lyons Classic Goose Package as an AI model. Now it is flyable. This Clipper is titled China Clipper that was used by Pan Am. This is the whole aircraft. Thanks to Mike Stone for his Clipper panel, and thanks to Greg Pepper for his Boeing Stratocruiser sound. By David Burgess.
FSX Update For The Fairchild F-91 With New Panels. The Fairchild 91 was a single-engine eight-passenger flying boat airliner developed in the United States in the mid-1930s. Fairchild designed the aircraft in response to a Pan American Airways request for a small flying boat to operate on their river routes along the Amazon and Yangtze. The result was a conventional high-wing cantilever monoplane with its radial engine mounted above the wing in a streamlined nacelle. The red "Kono" belonged to explorer Richard Archbold. This an FSX update of the F91 by Chris Herring. The package features entirely revised panels and includes the three default and three new liveries by Mick Morissey. Smoke and additional camera views (cabin and co-pilot) added. FDE optimized for FSX. All credits go to Chris Herring for the original model and to Mick Morissey for the three addidtional textures. New panels and other updates by Michael Pook.