Featured Download: Honduras Islands v3
In this issue we feature the latest version of the Honduras Islands by Carlyle Sharpe, which includes all previous updates.
Airbus A350-1000 V5
This version 5 of the Airbus A350-1000 features modifications done on both taxi lights and wing lights. As usual, it includes CamSim's own static displays and Animated Ground Servicing (AGS).
Bembridge EGHJ Airport
Bembridge is one of only two airports on the Isle of Wight; it’s a small but very picturesque area. This scenery is provided with photo real surround to give you a smoother transition from HD to default scenery. Designed by Mark Piccolo and Soarfly Concep
Conceived in 1933, only two dual seat Kite aircraft were ever built, with one modified to compete in the potentially lucrative Deutsch de la Muerth Cup of 1934. The model shown here was designed by Keith Paine.
EDDF v2 - Frankfurt/Main
This rendition of Frankfurt Main by Ray Smith is a very accurate model of EDDF as it is today. Provided with optional files to determine which runway pattern will be used, the ILS frequencies and approaches are corrected to match the latest charts.
McDonnell F2H Banshee
AF Scrub is a regular contributor to our download section, producing many fine aircraft for the community. This time we have the single-seat carrier-based McDonnell F2H Banshee, the only jet-powered fighter ever deployed by the Royal Canadian Navy.
Mach Loop Project
The Mach Loop Project was designed by Max Beckett. It's an adventure for FSX covering the low flying area in North Wales used by the RAF, which is between Dolgellau in the north and Machynlleth in the south (from which the Mach Loop gets its name).
Northrop T-38 Talon
Surprisingly the T-38 Talon has been in service since 1961, that’s 55 years! It appears that the US Air Force is planning to upgrade its avionics and engine to extend its operational life until 2020. The fine model here was designed by Ron Norvelle.
The Lockheed XF-90 and F-90B were early twin engine jet fighters designed for long-range bomber escort, which unfortunately did not move beyond the prototype stage.
However, thanks to David Allen we have an opportunity to virtually fly them once more.