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Airbus A320-100 series ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
This is the final release of my Airbus 320-100 series for X-Plane version 7.61. I've included all the possible resources so far available in Plane-Maker,including flap rails and custom landing gear struts. By adding more cross sections I was able to shape a round aircraft nose which is very close to the original.I did my best with the airfols, that probably need to be tuned up by an expert. Panel and sounds are standard with some navigations aids added, but you can use any of the nice custom cockpits and sounds available everywhere. As with any other flight simulator the quality of the visual model depends upon the monitor and the acelerator card used. By setting to very high resolution in the rendering options and antialising in the acelerator card a good balance between quality and frame rates can be obtained. The package includes bit maps painted in the Iberia and Alitlia liveries. You just have to copy the ACF file, the weapons and the aifoils to their respective folders. A basic kit for repainting can be obtained by e-mail request to the address below, since I don't have a web page. Comments and suggestions to improve the visual model are wellcomed. It may be repainted and freely distributed ¡Enjoy it! Manuel Urrutia Avisrror University of Salamanca.Spain urrutia@usal.es


Filename: airbusa320-100_series_151197.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 8th November 2004, 18:41:36
Downloads: 2307
Author: Manuel Urrutia Avisrror
Size: 691kb


Alitalia Express ERJ-145 ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
This aircraft is operated by Alitalia for regional service through out Italy. Model by Thad Parker, Kristian Nader and Andrew Ayers for v5, updated to v6 by Cormac Shaw and to v7 by me


Filename: erj-145_alitalia_express_160473.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 22nd March 2005, 05:45:36
Downloads: 1202
Author: Andrés Brown-Ewing
Size: 3591kb


ATF F-22 vs F-23 ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
The Advanced Tactical Fighter Standoff! Take a flight test of the world's most advanced prototypes with this single download. You will get both the YF-22A "Lightning" and the YF-23A "Black Widow II". In 1981, the Air Force developed a requirement for an Advanced Tactical Fighter (ATF)as a new air superiority fighter. It would take advantage of the new technologies in fighter design on the horizon including composite materials, lightweight alloys, advanced flight control systems, higher power propulsion systems, and stealth technology. The Lockheed-Boeing-General Dynamics team built two YF-22 prototypes, while the Northrop and McDonnell Douglas team built two YF-23 prototypes. These models for X-Plane 6.21 were updated from the 5.66 versions.


Filename: atf_107102.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 6th November 2002, 01:19:25
Downloads: 1970
Author: Barry Leger
Size: 2357kb


B-52 Stratofortress ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
This is the new model , have much more details than before , just enjoy it , thanks.


Filename: b-52h_stratofortress_139423.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 20th April 2004, 17:03:35
Downloads: 1018
Author: Denny Chan
Size: 1452kb


B17 Flying Fortress ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
The B17 is arguably the best known heavy bomber from WWII. Followed closely by it's direct successor the B29 SuperFortress it symbolizes the best of WWII's heavy Bombers. The B17 was one of the planes that barely made it into the war. In 1934 the then very small Boeing company had a prototype four engined bomber design called the B-299 but it had not been ordered by the US military. It had suffered several serious setbacks in it's design competition including a crash during a fly-off. Boeing continued work the plane and eventually secured a small service test order and the troubled early history of the bomber began. The B17 and bombers like it were planes created as "strategic bombers". The essential idea was that a strategic bomber should be able to carry a very large payload for long distances. The military had come to the realization that bombing technology was by nature imprecise even with new advances like the American Norden sight, and what was required was a large number of bombs delivered by large number of planes to assure that a target was destroyed. Although the Germans actually had a decent "smart bomb" and the British built specialty bombs, neither was reliable, so it seemed the best idea was just to blanket the target with bombs. An American extension to this concept was that of a self-defended bomber. Bombers could be built so tough and with so much defensive armament, it was thought, that they could simply fly to the target, drop bombs, and if necessary fight their way through fighters to get home. There would be security in the large number of bombers in formations, and the defensive capability would allow bombers to fly during the day for better accuracy in drops. It was to this design concept the B17 was built. Early experiences in the war with B17's and B-24's could only be termed as disastrous. Loss rates of up to 25% showed the concept of unescorted bombers in daytime to be entirely wrong. Escort fighters were a necessity for success. It soon became apparent that with fighter cover the B17 really was an unparalleled strategic bomber. Success for the B17 shot up dramatically, and it's initial design specifications of huge amounts of armor and gunner positions served it well when fighters did make it close in. The Fortress had enough strength to stave off attackers until escorts showed up, and it became legendary for the incredible punishment it could take and still make it home. Boeing B-17F Flying Fortress Wingspan: 103 ft. 9 in. Length: 74 ft. 9 in. Height: 19 ft. 1 in. Engine: 4 x Wright R-1820-97 Cyclone rated 1,200 hp. Loaded Weight: 65,500 lb. Maximum Speed: 287 mph. Service Ceiling: 37,500 ft. Combat Radius: 1,000 miles Armaments: 6,000 lbs. of bombs, 12 x .50 cal. machine guns


Filename: b17_fortress_114879.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 23rd March 2003, 15:42:16
Downloads: 3471
Author: Robert App
Size: 762kb


B25 Mitchell Bomber ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
B25 Mitchell for X-Plane 6.40-6.6 Made famous by the Doolittle raid on Tokyo shortly after Pearl Harbour the B25 Mitchell bomber is the most famous medium bomber of WWII and perhaps of all time. The B25 was the most numerous twin engine aircraft built by the US during WWII; estimates of production vary from 9300 to 11000 built. On April 18, 1942 Doolittle led sixteen B-25 aircraft from the navy carrier, U.S.S. Hornet to bomb Japan in retaliation for that country's attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Although little damage was done and all planes were lost the raid proved to be one of the most famous missions of the war. The B25 was powered by a pair of 1,700 hp Wright R-2600-29 "Cyclone" 14 cylinder, air-cooled engines. Maximum speed was 272 mph at 15,000 ft, with a ceiling of 24,000 ft and a range of 1350 miles with a full load of bombs. Armament varied considerably in the B25 depending on the type of mission the plane was designed for. Heavenly Body is a B25J designed as a bomber, so it carried eleven 0.50 caliber machine guns; two in the top turret, two in the tail, one in the nose, two in cheek packs on each side under the pilot and one in each waste window. The top, nose and cheek pack guns could also be used in strafing, if so desired. This version carried 3,000 lbs of bombs (usually six 500 pounders) in an interior bomb bay. The X-Plane version is a fairly faithful rendition of the B25. The body consists of two sections consisting of the fuselage and a fuel tank. The main engine nacelles actually consist of two nacelles, one is the 1700 HP engine, the rear section is a 5 lb thrust rocket. Engine nacelles are also used for the two rudders in order to get the correct shape. Vertical stabilizers with rudders are buried within the nacelles. Decoration of the plane is complicated by the use of multiple nacelles but the resulting compromise is acceptable though not an authentic replica.


Filename: mitchell_b25v1.3_115081.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 27th March 2003, 01:20:45
Downloads: 1641
Author: Robert App
Size: 1406kb


B25 Mitchell for X-Plane 6.40/6.51 ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
B25 Mitchell for X-Plane 6.40/6.51. Made famous by the Doolittle raid on Tokyo shortly after Pearl Harbour the B25 Mitchell bomber is the most famous medium bomber of WWII and perhaps of all time. The B25 was the most numerous twin engine aircraft built by the US during WWII; estimates of production vary from 9300 to 11000 built. On April 18, 1942 Doolittle led sixteen B-25 aircraft from the navy carrier, U.S.S. Hornet to bomb Japan in retaliation for that country's attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Although little damage was done and all planes were lost the raid proved to be one of the most famous missions of the war. The B25 was powered by a pair of 1,700 hp Wright R-2600-29 "Cyclone" 14 cylinder, air-cooled engines. Maximum speed was 272 mph at 15,000 ft, with a ceiling of 24,000 ft and a range of 1350 miles with a full load of bombs. Armament varied considerably in the B25 depending on the type of mission the plane was designed for. Heavenly Body is a B25J designed as a bomber, so it carried eleven 0.50 caliber machine guns; two in the top turret, two in the tail, one in the nose, two in cheek packs on each side under the pilot and one in each waste window. The top, nose and cheek pack guns could also be used in strafing, if so desired. This version carried 3,000 lbs of bombs (usually six 500 pounders) in an interior bomb bay. The X-Plane version is a fairly faithful rendition of the B25. The body consists of two sections consisting of the fuselage and a fuel tank. The main engine nacelles actually consist of two nacelles, one is the 1700 HP engine, the rear section is a 5 lb thrust rocket. Engine nacelles are also used for the two rudders in order to get the correct shape. Vertical stabilizers with rudders are buried within the nacelles. Decoration of the plane is complicated by the use of multiple nacelles but the resulting compromise is acceptable though not an authentic replica. As usual my panel leaves a lot to be desired but version 2 will correct this.


Filename: b25_mitchell_113433.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 25th February 2003, 00:15:23
Downloads: 484
Author: Robert App
Size: 1894kb


B25 Mitchell v1.1 for x-plane 6.4/6.51 ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
B25 Mitchell v1.1 for X-Plane 6.4/6.51 upgrade from v1.0 includes better handling and improved non-custom panel. Made famous by the Doolittle raid on Tokyo shortly after Pearl Harbour the B25 Mitchell bomber is perhaps the most famous medium bomber of WWII and perhaps of all time. The B25 was the most numerous twin engine aircraft built by the US during WWII estimates of production vary from 9300 to 11000 built. On April 18, 1942 Doolittle led sixteen B-25 aircraft from the navy carrier, U.S.S. Hornet to bomb Japan in retaliation for that country's attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Although little damage was done and all planes were lost the raid proved to be one of the most famous missions of the war. The B25 was powered by a pair of 1,700 hp Wright R-2600-29 "Cyclone" 14 cylinder, air-cooled engines. Maximum speed was 272 mph at 15,000 ft, with a ceiling of 24,000 ft and a range of 1350 miles with a full load of bombs. Armament varied considerably in the B25 depending on the type of mission the plane was designed for. Heavenly Body is a B25J designed as a bomber, so it carried eleven 0.50 caliber machine guns; two in the top turret, two in the tail, one in the nose, two in cheek packs on each side under the pilot and one in each waste window. The top, nose and cheek pack guns could also be used in strafing, if so desired. This version carried 3,000 lbs of bombs (usually six 500 pounders) in an interior bomb bay. The X-Plane version is a fairly faithful rendition of the B25. The body consists of two sections consisting of the fuselage and a fuel tank. The main engine nacelles actually consist of two nacelles, one is the 1700 HP engine, the rear section is a 5 lb thrust rocket. Engine nacelles are also used for the two rudders in order to get the correct shape. Vertical stabilizers with rudders are buried within the nacelles. Decoration of the plane is complicated by the use of multiple engine nacelles but the resulting compromise is acceptable though not an authentic replica.


Filename: mitchell_b25v1.1_113685.zip
License: Freeware
Added: 2nd March 2003, 00:05:15
Downloads: 299
Author: Robert App
Size: 1445kb


B25 Mitchell v1.2 for X-plane 6.4/6.51 ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
B25 Mitchell v1.2 for X-Plane 6.4/6.51 upgrade from v1.0 My first update v1.1 actually made handling worse due to an error in moving the cofg. This update does improve handling and also improves prop efficiency. Sorry for the V1.1 error.


Filename: b25v1.2.acf_113930.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 7th March 2003, 03:49:04
Downloads: 245
Author: Robert App
Size: 8kb


B29 Superfortress ZipDive!  Download

File Description:
The Boeing B-29 was designed in 1940 as an eventual replacement for the B-17 and B-24. The first one built made its maiden flight on September 21, 1942. In December 1943 it was decided not to use the B-29 in the European Theater, thereby permitting the airplane to be sent to the Pacific area where its great range made it particularly suited for the long over-water flight required to attack the Japanese homeland from bases in China. During the last two months of 1944, B-29s began operating against Japan from the islands of Saipan, Guam and Tinian. With the advent of the conflict in Korea in June 1950, the B-29 was once again thrust into battle. For the next several years it was effectively used for attacking targets in North Korea. The B-29, named Enola Gay is the airplane from which the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima in August, 1945. SPECIFICATIONS Span: 141 ft. 3 in. Length: 99 ft. 0 in. Height: 27 ft. 9 in. Weight: 133,500 lbs. max . Armament: Eight .50-cal. machine guns in remote controlled turrets plus two .50-cal. machine guns and one 20mm cannon in tail; 20,000 lbs. of bombs Engines: Four Wright R-3350s of 2,200 hp. ea.


Filename: b29_superfortress_114222.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 13th March 2003, 04:56:30
Downloads: 2334
Author: Robert App
Size: 785kb


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