X-Plane 11.50+ Vickers Viking Nene Powered 1.0. The Vickers VC.1 Viking is a British twin-engine short-range airliner derived from the Vickers Wellington bomber and built by Vickers-Armstrongs Limited at Brooklands near Weybridge in Surrey. This model is an experiment which evolved from the piston VC1 Viking that I published a few years ago: vickers_viking_vc1.zip. Please see the included documentation for further details on this model. By Ray Hill.
X-Plane 11.50+ Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-25 1.1. The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-25 is a supersonic interceptor and reconnaissance aircraft that is among the fastest military aircraft to enter service. Designed by the Soviet Union's Mikoyan-Gurevich bureau, it is one of the few combat aircraft built primarily using stainless steel. This is Barry Leger's X-Plane MiG-25A, converted to fly in X-Plane 11. Many thanks to Sean McLeod for his encouragement and full back catalogue to Barry's work. Barry's copyright (as requested), is contained in the aircraft folder. Please give it a try and let me know of any problems. V1.1 has an FMOD sound package, new flaps and C of G improvements by Danhopgood1 (thanks Dan). I also added red stars to the port side vert stabs (they were missing on the original) and added a G-meter. The real Foxbat had a G limit of 4.2 imposed. By Alan Ashforth.
X-Plane 11.50+ Yak-15 Feather 1.6. The Yakovlev Yak-15 was a first-generation Soviet turbojet fighter developed by the Yakovlev design bureau immediately after World War II. It used a reverse-engineered German Junkers Jumo 004 engine. It was one of the lightest jet fighters made, hence the NATO name of Feather. In total, 280 aircraft were built, and it's main use was converting pilots from piston engined Yak-3's to Jet fighters. Many thanks to Philippe Gastebois for allowing me to update his excellent work: yak-15_uploaded.zip. My mod of Philippe's aircraft includes new metal paint, 3D cockpit (my first ever using parts from Ray Hill's work, again my thanks), removal of warning sounds (annoying) and other small changes. Please give it a try and let me know of any problems. I hope you enjoy it. V1.6 has the wheels contacting the ground (of all things), and increased fuel consumption, the real Yak-15 had very heavy fuel consumption. Documentation included in the download. By Alan Ashforth.
X-Plane 11 J-3 Cub Package 2.0. This is the Piper J3 Cub package for X-Plane 11. Updates include more detailed textures, lightning, some normal maps on the fuselage, and flight model/performance tweaks to maximise cub-ness for your X-Plane 11 experience. Thanks to Adrian (awall86) for the awesome gauges! Thanks also to Antonio (afnavarro) for his work with the prop, some of the normals, and the pilot figure! Note: I am aware of some minor issues with the mag switch going back to 'both' from 'off' and is trying to fix it. The float version has an 85 hp engine instead of the 65 so you can actually get it off the water. Enjoy the fun of your very own J-3! Version 2.0: special thanks to ArcticPilot for making these normals. By Jennifer Kimball (A-Pilot).
X-Plane 11 Bell 412 CH-146 Griffon (Aeropedro Original) 1.0. Some time ago Pedro van Leeuwen (Aeropedro) contacted me to say he was working on the Huey and Bell 212 and 412. I was very excited because the Bell 412 is one of my favorite helicopters. The model is basic, but very nice. This project started with just the liveries for Pedro's model, but on the way I added some antennas, doorhandles, radomes and other stuff. I really fancy firefighting aircraft and helicopters, so I decided to include this version too. Pedro included a simple 3D cockpit, which in my humble opinion, is very nice. I made the variations using Plane Maker in order to keep it nice and simple within one download. Pedro kindly gave permission to upload everything. Current liveries are as follows: RAF, RNAF, US Marines, LAPD, NYPD, Canadian SAR, Canadian Coast Guard, Swedish Air Force, Atlantic Airways and more. There is also a 'polar bear' version included, so maybe you can make some liveries too. By Henk de Bruin.
X-Plane 11.50+ F100D Super Sabre 1.4. The North American F-100 Super Sabre is an American supersonic jet fighter aircraft that served with the United States Air Force from 1954 to 1971 and with the Air National Guard until 1979. The first of the Century Series of USAF jet fighters, it was the first USAF fighter capable of supersonic speed in level flight. The model presented here is Barry Leger's excellent F100D, now updated so as to fly in X-Plane 11. Many thanks to Sean McLeod for his encouragement and full back catalogue to Barry's work. Barry's copyright (as requested), is contained in the aircraft folder. The purpose of updating these models, apart from keeping Barry's work alive, is because the aircraft I'm going to upload are simply not yet available in X-Plane 11. Please give it a try and let me know of any problems. I hope you enjoy it. Documentation included. V1.4 finally introduces a basic 3D cockpit, better flying performance, and a clean variant armed with just guns and drop tanks. By Alan Ashforth.
X-Plane 11 Boeing B-29 Superfortress 1.0. This is Jacques Brault's X-Plane 8 and 9 B29 Superfortress, converted for X-Plane 11. The Boeing B-29 Superfortress is a four-engine propeller-driven heavy bomber designed by Boeing, which was flown primarily by the United States during World War II and the Korean War. X-Plane 11 is configured by default for 3D cockpit view, so to use this aircraft you must choose to do one of two things: After loading the aircraft, select 'Option-w' on MacOS for 2D or 'Alt-w' on WinOS for the 2D instrument panel. Metallic artwork by Ron Van Der Noll. Thank you to Jacques Brault for creating this aircraft for X-Plane. By Sean McLeod.
X-Plane 10 Grumman F11F-1F Super Tiger V2.0. The Grumman F11F-1F Super Tiger was a single-seat fighter aircraft originally developed for the United States Navy. Based on the USN's F-11 Tiger, the F11F-1F did not proceed beyond the two F11F-1F prototypes. Georges Watkins broke the world altitude record held by Russia, attaining an altitude of 75550 feet on 12 April 1958 in the first prototype and John Noris reached Mach 2.04 on 2 May 1957 with the second aircraft. Credit goes to Bernard Augras for the use of his pilot. By Philippe Gastebois.
X-Plane 11.50+ Fairey Fulmar Mk.II 1.0. The Fairey Fulmar was a British carrier-borne reconnaissance aircraft/fighter aircraft developed and manufactured by aircraft company Fairey Aviation. It was named after the northern fulmar, a seabird native to the British Isles. The Fulmar served with the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm during the Second World War. The aircraft presented here is a Fulmar Mk.II with a Merlin XXX engine of 809 Sqn of the Fleet Air Arm. It was used aboard HMS Victorious during Operation Pedestal in August 1942 in order to protect British convoys to Malta. Credits goes to Beber for the use of his pilot. By Philippe Gastebois.
X-Plane 11.50+ Sukhoi Su-25 Frogfoot 1.0. The Sukhoi Su-25 Grach is a subsonic, single-seat, twin-engine jet aircraft developed in the Soviet Union by Sukhoi. It was designed to provide close air support for the Soviet Ground Forces. The first prototype made its maiden flight on 22 February 1975. The model presented here is Barry Leger's excellent Sukhoi Su-25, now updated so as to fly in X-Plane 11. Many thanks to Sean McLeod for his encouragement and full back catalogue to Barry's work. Barry's copyright (as requested), is contained in the aircraft folder. Please give it a try and let me know of any problems. I hope you enjoy it. By Alan Ashforth.