FS2002/FS2004 North American AT-6D Texan model. The T-6, one of the most popular warbird aircraft today, is an outstanding single engine trainer that has been used by air forces of over 30 countries. It is an excellent aircraft for anyone transitioning to a high horsepower tailwheel fighter. By J.R. Lucariny.
FS2002/FS2004 Convair B-58 Hustler strategic bomber model. The B58 Hustler was first flown on November 11, 1956, and was the world's first supersonic bomber. She was nicknamed the Hustler because she was fast and beautiful. On December 15, 1959, a B-58 was flown 1680 miles in 80 minutes. (That's 21 miles per minute!) By J.R. Lucariny.
FS2002/FS2004 Dewoitine 520 French warbird. Five liveries available, representing French warbirds during period between 1939 and 1945. Model and textures by Jean-Marie Mermaz.
FS2002/FS2004 P-80B Shooting Star; FSDS v224 model. The Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star was the first operational jet fighter used by the USAAF. By J.R. Lucariny.
FS2004 VL Myrsky II. Two models one with, and one without drop tanks. Of an unknown Finnish unit in Northern Finland, 1944. A new model of a Finnish Air Force VL Myrsky II by Chris Lampard for FS2004. Model and textures by Chris Lampard. Panels/gauges, LODs by Shessi.
FS2004 Arado Ar 96 B Reworked. This is a rework of the older Arado Ar96 B. She has a completely new 2D panel with also new gauges. This pack includes repaints I collected over the years. I also reworked the air file to get as close as possible to the original. By Michael "Papi" Vader.
FS2002/FS2004 Bristol Blenheim MK-IV Portugal 262. I tested it using original air/configuration but it would not move, engine on etc. Also the height was a bit off, one foot off ground so I used the De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito .air file and configuration and it flies very good with FS2002. Original model by Capt. I. D'Attomo and Capt. G. Quai. Repaint by Georgette Kostopoulos.
FS2002 Curtiss SB2C Helldiver Greece 08. This is a full package (aircraft and panel) and it is for FS2004, it should work also in FS2002, except the GPS. To be displayed at 1024x768 resolution or more. Model by Capt. I. D'Attomo and Capt. G. Quai. Repaint by Georgette Kostopoulos.
FS2002/FS2004 Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless Mexico 2525. Model by JR Lucariny. Repaint by Georgette Kostopoulos.
FS2002/FS2004 General Dynamics WB-57F Canberra. The primary user of the WB-57F was the 58th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron at Kirtland AFB who received their first aircraft in 1964. These Canberras were deployed throughout the world where there was suspected atmospheric testing of nuclear devices to sample the upper atmosphere for nuclear debris. Two kinds of airframes of USAF version and NASA version are included. Made by FSDS2, Full moving parts and a special panel are contained. By Kazunori Ito.
FS2002/FS2004 RAF Supermarine Spitfire II XR-D. The code letters XR represent 71 sqn, R.A.F. This is aircraft D of that squadron. "Spitfire IIA, P7308, of No. 71 sqn, August 1941." Texture by Jens B. Kristensen. By J.R. Lucariny.
FS2002/FS2004 Supermarine Spitfire MKII NK-K, P8088, of no. 118 sqn, flown by Pilot Officer A.S.C.Lumsden. Stationed at Ibsley, May 1941. This particular Spitfire was presented to the R.A.F. by the people of the Borough of Lambeth through public subscription. Model by J.R. Lucariny and textures by Jens B. Kristensen.
FS2002/FS2004 Supermarine Spitfire MK-V W3506/RF-U Hendon Lamb of Sgt Mieczystaw Adamek, No 303 Sqn, Northolt, December 1941. The Mk.V was the first model of the Spitfire to have the standard 20mm cannon. It was also the first plane to shoot down an Fw-190. By J.R. Lucariny.
FS2002/FS2004 Westland Lysander Great Britain L-6877. Model by Jim Jacobson. Repaint by Georgette Kostopoulos.
FS2004 Supermarine Spitfire PR XI. An enhanced update of the model by Chris Lampard of a Supermarine Spitfire PR XI for FS2004 by Shessi. Includes a virtual cockpit, new moving pilot, choice of models and various tweaks etc. By Chris Lampard and Shessi.