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1926 - East Friesland Islands ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
Set in 1926, this compact flight sees you flying a Junkers W-33b on your twice-weekly "milk-and-bread" run from Emden and through the islands, including Heligoland (or "Helgoland") before terminating at Borkum, the western-most island in the German Frisian islands. Your flightplan takes you in an anti-clockwise direction and you terminate at Borkum. There is no schedule...if you feel like having a chat with the locals en-route, feel free to do so, just so long as you get to Borkum to pick up the mail before the Post Office closes. :) Additional scenery files are required :- ostfr40.zip and helgol09.zip. Also the Junkers Ju-W33b aeroplane by Hauke Keitel and Rolf-Uwe Hochmuth:- juw33fs9.zip.

Filename: fries_26.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 8th October 2006, 04:13:16
Downloads: 863
Author: Bruce Kennewell
Size: 377kb

1929 Solo to Sydney - The flight by Francis Chichester and his DH60 Gypsy Moth "Elijah" ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
This Flight is based on the book "Solo to Sydney", written by Francis Chichester in 1933, in which he tells the tale of his flight from London to Sydney in his little de Havilland Gypsy Moth between December 1929 and January 1930. It covers some 14,000 miles and more than 20 days. He spent 182 hours in the air in total, often exceeding 8 hours per day and, on one occasion, spending 14 hours out of 24 aloft. Chichester later in life became famous, and was knighted for, his solo navigation around the world in his yacht "Gypsy Moth IV".

Filename: cchester.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 1st February 2009, 13:05:20
Downloads: 437
Author: Bruce Kennewell
Size: 142kb

1932 - New England Airways Ltd. - Brisbane - Lismore - Sydney ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
This Flight depicts the southbound service from Brisbane to Sydney, via Lismore (and ocassionally Coffs Harbour), operated by New England Airways Ltd. in the early 1930's. The aircraft used is the Avro type 618 '10', a licensed version of the Fokker VII. The included Word.DOC file contains important information relating to the Flight, including images of the original timetable and route.

Filename: nea_1932.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 15th October 2006, 02:56:34
Downloads: 718
Author: Bruce Kennewell
Size: 2255kb

1934 - Brisfit to Baghdad ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
The idea for this real-life Flight came from the pages of the October 2007 edition of "Aeroplane Monthly', a magazine which has been the source of inspiration for a couple of Flights that I've created. In this one, two university undergraduates - one the pilot, the other a friend who wanted to go to Iraq to see his parents - fly an old Bristol Fighter from England to Baghdad via France, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Turkey and Syria and then return via Jordan, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Italy and France. The 'Brisfit' they bought for 100 pounds. Built in 1918, it had been declared surplus by the Air ministry in 1924 and was registered G-ABYE. The journey began on August 10th. 1934 and they returned on September 17th. ReadMe included with the simple installation instructions.

Filename: 1934_f2b.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 1st October 2007, 21:31:15
Downloads: 598
Author: Bruce Kennewell
Size: 1031kb

1934 KLM's Fokker "Snip" to Curacao ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
On 15 December 1934 the Fokker F-XVIII "Snip" (PH-AIS) took of from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to deliver Christmas mail (26000 letters) to Willemstad Curacao (Dutch West Indies). KLM had to exchange passenger seats for 3500 liter fuel tanks to make the transatlantic crossing. The closest Fokker type is Jens B. Kristensen's Fokker F-XII (f12_v20.zip) PH-AIV "Valk"(Falcon).

Filename: snip1934.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 20th April 2007, 17:02:47
Downloads: 1525
Author: Nis Verkijk
Size: 101kb

1935 - PAA S-42 - Miami to Rio de Janiero ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
This FS2004 (FS9) flight replicates the route operated by Pan American Airways in 1935 between Miami and Rio de Janeiro. This was the flying equivalent of cruising aboard ship (albeit shorter), taking nine days to complete the trip, with overnight stops at selected hotels - or "modern airway inns", as PAA termed them. The aircraft used on this journey was the new Sikorsky S-42 - at time of completion it was the worlds biggest flying-boat. (A new FS9 model of the Sikorsky S-42 is available at www.flightsim.com. Look for George Diemer's s42nc822.zip)

Filename: 1935_s42.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 21st March 2009, 09:35:04
Downloads: 534
Author: Bruce Kennewell
Size: 211kb

1935 First Commercial Flight Across The Rockies ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
Retrace Grant McConachie's steps as he flies the first commercial flight over the Rocky Mountains, from Calgary to Vancouver in a Ford TriMotor. This package includes the flight, flight plan, and an optional weather setup. This flight is brought to you by the Ontario Northern Flying Club. This flight uses the default fs2004 Trimotor and default scenery. You may want to download the BC Mesh files available here on avsim as well. FS2002 users may use any Ford Trimotor on AVSIM for this flight.

Filename: cdnhistadvflt1.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 27th October 2003, 18:10:04
Downloads: 2235
Author: David Voogd
Size: 83kb

1939 - Imperial Airways "Reserve" Route - England to Australia via Africa ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
In June 1939 a survey was carried out for a route between Australia and Great Britain in the event of war cutting the existing path through the Middle and Far East. Cpt. P. G. Taylor proposed a path across the Indian Ocean to Mombasa via Cocos Island, Diego Garcia and the Seychelles. On June 4th. the survey flight departed Port Hedland aboard the PBY-1 "Guba". In a similar fashion, Imperial Airways planned a "Reserve" route from Britain to Mombasa via Lisbon, the Canaries, Bathurst (West Africa) and Lagos. It is not known if this route was used in full or in part. This package includes two flights covering the entire route, one for the Imperial Airways section and the other for the "Guba" survey flight.

Filename: ia_ar_39.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 3rd December 2006, 19:04:26
Downloads: 629
Author: Bruce Kennewell and "CptRoyce"
Size: 514kb

1945 - Harry Levy's Flight - Diary Notes ZipDive!  Download

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File Description:
These are BMP's of relevant pages from Harry Levy's diary concerning his Sunderland flight from Oban, Scotland to Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyika, in April 1945. They should have been included in the 1945levy.zip Flight and Scenery package but missed the boat, so to speak! Sorry about that but better late than not at all.

Filename: 1945diry.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 24th February 2007, 17:03:49
Downloads: 828
Author: Harry Levy
Size: 294kb

1945 - Harry Levy's Flight - Oban, Scotland to Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyika in an RAF Sunderland MkV ZipDive!  Download

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File Description:
At 1805 hours GMT on April 2nd. 1945 an RAF Short Sunderland Mk.V took off from the waters of the flying boat base near Oban, in Scotland. With the war in Europe nearly over, men and materiel were being transferred to the Far East, where Japan continued to defend its home islands with great ferocity and determination. The ten-man crew of the Sunderland included young Harry Levy, the navigator. Harry, now a resident of Canberra, Australia, was a Sergeant in the RAAF attached to an RAF aircrew and was being transferred to Dar-es-Salaam to join 259 Squadron, RAF. Their trip was to take them some 6000 nautical miles, over a period of 20 days (with a lot of that being spent in Gibraltar whilst engine repairs were carried out) and with more than 48 hours spent aloft. They departed Britain in the springtime and arrived in east Africa in autumn. This is the FS9 recreation of that journey.

Filename: 1945levy.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 24th February 2007, 08:18:44
Downloads: 1655
Author: Bruce Kennewell, Brian Farrington and Leyland Spurr
Size: 1700kb

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