Latest Added Flight Sim Downloads for X-Plane 10 and X-Plane 9 ( xp10, XP9 )
Latest Added Downloads for X-Plane 10 and X-Plane 9
FSX/P3D Wideroe Fairchild 24W. A repaint (developed from one of the default textures) for the payware Lionheart Creations Fairchild 24 addon. A Norwegian vintage Wideroe themed texture that's good for both the wheeled and float 24W radials. By Gary Phillips.
FSX/P3D v3 Lockheed Electra L-10 Updated. This is an FSX update for the Lockheed Electra L-10, originally designed in 2004 by the Team FS-Design Berlin. The original model is compatible with FSX but some of the gauges are incompatible and, particularly, the VC panel is transparent in most of its sections. This update features a fix for this graphic issue. The gauge configuration is based upon the one by Peter Mercy, who posted a new update in 2017 but that update still displayed the VC transparency in FSX. The package also features seven fine repaints by different authors, among them the one used by Amelia Earheart on her last flight in 1937 and the one that appeared in the famous movie "Casablanca" featuring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. All credits go to the original designers of the model Arik Hohmeyer and Team "FS-Design Berlin", the authors of the additional repaints and to Peter Mercy for his 2017 update. The original readme contains all the FS-Design Berlin members' names. Corrected smoke effect for FSX and additional cam views for copilot and passenger cabin added. VC fix, new 2D panel with animated throttle panel and new cam views by Michael Pook.
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.
FS2004/FSX/Acceleration/P3D v3 German Prewar Biplane Arado 95. This floatplane was supposed to be used as a coastal patrol, reconnaissance and light attack fighter. The first prototype, an all-metal biplane, was powered by a BMW 132 radial engine, flew in 1936. The prototype of the Ar-195 with wheels instead of floats was proposed for carrier operations on the never completed German aircraft Carrier Graf Zeppelin. FSDS 3.5 model by Erwin Welker.
FS2004/FSX/P3D Arrow Active Mk II. This is the second improved version of an aircraft designed in 1931. Constructed of steel, aluminium and fabric it competed in the UK Kings Cup air races. Refurbished in 1958 and fitted with a Gipsy Major engine, it has now been returned to its original Gipsy III engine and it resides at Breighton with The Real Aircraft Company. Designed to be used in FS2004 it will portover to FSX with only an engine start problem. It can also be used in P3D, although mods are needed to change the prop texture on the rear face. By Keith Paine.
FSX/P3D v4 Curtiss JN-4D. Mass production of aircraft in the United States began with the Curtiss JN "Jenny" series (over 6000 built). This JN-4D model aircraft is produced from source files included with the FS9 SDK. The source files were modified to provide FSX/P3Dv4 compliant exterior and interior models while retaining compatability with existing repaint skins such as those available on the Ford Tri-motor Project website, by Dave Carroll.
FSX/P3Dv3,v4 Bucker Bu 133 Jungmeister The Bucker Bu133 Jungmeister (young master) was an advanced trainer of the Luftwaffe in the 1930s. It was a single-engine, single-seat biplane of wood and tubular steel construction and covered in fabric. The Jungmeister design remained competitive in international aerobatic competition into the 1960s. FSX/P3D v3,v4 upgrade by A.F. Scrub.