FS2004 FACH Cirrus SR22. A utility plane manufactured by the American aircraft manufacturer Cirrus Design. The SR22 has four seats, piston engine and fuselage made of composite materials, being a derivative of the Cirrus SR20. The main differences with the SR20, is that the SR22 has a larger size, greater fuel capacity and a larger engine (231 kW). The new aircraft are assigned to the Chilean Aviation School, where they will perform liaison and operational efficiency functions for pilot officers. In general, these modern and advanced airplanes will serve as a progressive replacement for the noble Piper PA-28-236 Dakota of the institution, and in this sense it is likely that in the future new units will be acquired for distribution in the respective Brigades (The Aeronautical Observer). These aircraft of the Cirrus Aircraft have an autonomy of 1197 km (646 Mn, 744 Mn) with reserves and 65% power. By Raul Aguilera Bustamante.
FS2004 Ps28 Cruiser Czech Sport Aircraft. AI use but still flyable. Animation parts, simple paint kit included. This is my first AI model aircraft. By David Frostin.
FS2004 Deutsche Taxiflug Dornier Do27, registration D-EBAD. Textures for the payware Dornier Do-27 from Digital Aviation/Aerosoft. Repaint by Frank Felix.
FS2004 Transavia PL-12 Airtruk. This is a complete aircraft. Original by Mike Stone. Two repaints (Star Agrochemicals, USA and one Australian livery) by Ingo Schwan.
FS2004 Cessna 404 Titan - LV-SMY. This is just a fictional repaint of the C404 Titan made by Mike Stone. I made it using one of my country airline old livery called Aerolineas Argentinas and the logo of our Air Force. By Simon Dumit.
FS2004 Cessna 337/O-2 Package. The 337 Skymaster was a departure from traditional twin engine design, using pusher/puller engines mounted on the center line. In addition to the highly successful civilian version, this high performance aircraft was also produced for the military as the O-2. By Mike Stone.
FS2002/FS2004 Beechcraft Starship 2000. The base textures folder in this zip file contains base (unpainted) texture files for use in repainting. Panel by Ken Mitchell. Aircraft by Mike Stone.
FS2004 Cessna F150L SP-TEN. Cessna F150L SP-TEN livery. To use it, you need freeware Cessna 150L made by Fravin. Special thanks to Fravin for making this amazing aircraft. By Ariel Lecki.
FS2004 Yakovlev Yak-18T. Includes authentic dynamics, 2D panel with animated propeller, gauges, sound set, custom failure system, four different animated visual models, fully functional and animated virtual cockpit, five different textures. By Alexey Yuzefov, George Sukhykh, Alexander Aphonin, Dmitry Shvetsov, Mike Maarse.
FS2004 Aerostar 700 "Silver Cloud". Textures by Francis F. Silva. Model by Mike Stone. Panel by Ken Mitchell.
FS2002/FS2004 DeHavilland DH82a Tiger Moth. A British trainer built in the 1930's, one of numerous models named after moths in recognition of designer Geoffrey de Havilland's interest. During WWII most RAF pilts trained in Tiger Moths. The Classic Tiger Moth includes ten aircraft and 28 flights. Planes veature reflective textures, moving parts, 2D panel and virtual cockpit with custom gauges. By Bill and Lynn Lyons.
FS2004 Cessna 195. Three repaints and three panels for the Cessna C195 by legendary Mike Stone. Full model included. Updated flight dynamics by Bob Chicilo. Sounds by Mike Hambly. By Peter Mercy.
FS2002/FS2004 Piper Tripacer. The Piper Tri-Pacer is a four seat tube and fabric aircraft. Based on the earlier Piper Clipper and Vagabond it was Piper's major step away from the Cub into a larger general aviation aircraft that could compete in the marketplace. This model of the Tripacer is made with FSDS 2.24. This package features: reflective textures and dynamic shine; opening front and rear doors; rolling wheels; full animation of control surfaces; custom 2D panel (bitmap courtesy of J.L. Stubbs); Full virtual cockpit gauges (fully functional and adjustable in FS2004); repaintable base textures for your own repaints. By Brian Gladden.
FS2002/FS2004 Piper Pacer. The Piper PA20 Pacer is a four seat tube and fabric aircraft. Based on the earlier Piper Clipper and Vagabond it was Piper's major step away from the Cub into a larger General Avation aircraft that could compete in the market place with the four seat Cessna's. This model depicts a Tripacer converted to a taildragger configuration. This model of the Pacer is made with FSDS 2.24. Features reflective textures and dynamic shine; opening front and rear doors; rolling wheels; full animation of control surfaces; custom 2D panel (Bitmap courtesy of J.L. Stubbs); full virtual cockpit gauges; repaintable base textures. By Brian Gladden.