FS2002 Boeing 727-225 Sound Pack. This original complex sound is based on real high fidelity recordings of Pratt & Whitney JT8D-9A taken from a 737-200. Features characteristic 732's ear-blowing sound from outside. By Daniel R. Careri. Reproved into a large B727 stretched sound including true cabin-interior B727-225 or higher updated sounds. By Kalon Jeffries.
FS2002 North American Aviation XB-70 Valkyrie. Features three position wingtips that fold down as a function of speed, elevons and accurate landing gear movement including the simultaneous "tilting / rotating / twisting" main bogies. It will reach Mach 3 at altitudes over 45000 feet. Curt May's XB-70 panel and Michael Shulgin's Sukhoi T-4 sound file are included. By Paul Clawson.
FS2002 Vought F7U Cutlass. The F7U was designed in the 1950's as a tailless fighter for the USN. This is a re-textured version of Paul Clawson's basic model and accurately displays the markings of Navy Fighter Squadron 124. Includes aircraft and sound package. By Marc Czygan.
FS2002 Douglas F4D Skyray. The F4D was designed in the 1950's as a fast-climbing, delta-winged interceptor for the US Navy. This aircraft is a completely re-textured version of Paul Clawson's basic model and accurately displays the markings of VF-13. Includes aircraft and sound package. By Marc Czygan.
FS2002 Modifed Sopwith Camel. Modifications for the default Sopwith Camel with "working" guns. Includes modified panel with larger windscreen, guns, gun trigger gauge and upper wing. Accoustic gun trigger sound and Mike Fitzgaralds visual gun effects. Modifications and reconfiguration by Erwin Welker.
FS2002 /CFS2 Mirage 5 BR "Mephisto" of the Belgian Airforce - 70 Years anniversary special scheme. This aircraft is a Belgian reconnaissance version of the Mirage 3. Textures only. Repaint by Erwin Welker. Original model by Denis and Daniel Da Silva.
FS2002 Corsair Airways Beechceaft C45F Expediter. This Beech C45 F was one of ten purchased surplus from the military in the early 1950's by Corsair Airways and put into service hauling passengers and freight around the Caribbean (with a bit of smuggling on the side). Proven reliable workhorses, nine are still in service today with the tenth somewhere in Cuba, having been captured by Castro's forces during the revolution. Model, panel, animations, VC cockpit engines by F. Giuli. Gauges by L. Clark and other different authors, repaint by Don Brynelsen, sound by Chuck Dome and other authors.
FS2002 US Army Air Corps Beechcraft C45F Expediter. The venerable twin Beech in two liveries: World War Two Air Corps green, and a privately owned aircraft. Model, panel, animations, VC cockpit engines by F. Giuli. Gauges by L. Clark and other different authors, Repaints by Don Brynelsen. Sound by Chuck Dome and other authors.