FSX/P3D v3 Fairey Fantome Updated. The Fairey Fantome, also known as the Fairey Feroce, was a British fighter prototype of the mid-1930s. The prototype was designed and built by Fairey Aviation and three production aircraft were assembled in Belgium by Avions Fairey. The Fantome was designed in 1934 by Marcel Lobelle to meet a specification drawn up on behalf of the Belgian Aeronautique Militaire who were to hold an international competition to find a replacement for the Fairey Firefly II. This is an update for A.F. Scrub's model, now with entirely new VC and 2D panel. It features three outstanding new repaints designed by Andre Ludick as well as the original livery enhanced by Andre Ludick also. Thanks to A.F. Scrub for the original model and particularly to Andre Ludick for these beautiful repaints. New panel designs and gauge configuration by Michael Pook.