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Issue 112 Freeware Downloads

 

The freeware files in Issue 112 are now available for everyone to download.  For the remaining files that accompany the magazine, click on the following link here.

These aircraft, scenery and utilities easily compare with many commercial products but don’t forget, if you’ve enjoyed a particular file please let the author know. It’s their only payback!

By the same token, we’re always interested to hear from you if you’ve downloaded or designed a file that you think is worth sharing.

Please note, although the authors of these files have very kindly given us their permission to include them on our website, they still remain the property and copyright of the authors. You are free to enjoy them for you own use but they must not in any circumstances be distributed, copied, uploaded to any other websites or disassembled in any way whatsoever.

Beechcraft D18S
In this issue we feature another iconic aircraft from the prolific group of developers featured here many times over the past few years. They include Milton Shupe, Scott Thomas, André Folkers, Urs Burkhardt, Damian Radice and Nigel Richards.

The aircraft this time is the Beechcraft D18S, a twin engine, low-wing, tailwheel light aircraft, manufactured by the Beech Aircraft Corporation of Wichita, Kansas. It was continuously produced from 1937 to November 1969 and with over 9000 units sold, it was one of the world’s most widely used light aircraft at that time.

The D18S was the first post-World War Two variant of the aircraft, introduced by Beechcraft in 1945. It had seating for eight passengers and Mean Take Off Weight (MTOW) of 8,750lb. It became the pre-eminent business aircraft, assuming a role similar to our modern Citation and Lear Jets. Yet it’s had many more roles to play over the years, including aerial spraying, dry ice cloud seeding, aerial fire fighting, air mail delivery, ambulance service, skydiving, freight carrying, skywriting, banner towing and many more. Many of the Twin Beech aircraft are now privately owned. In fact, in August 2017 there were 240 aircraft still on the FAA Aircraft Registry, which is something of a testament to its sturdy construction.

This is actually a new native FSX aircraft, based on the earlier FS2004 version of the aircraft. It comes with updates to radio settings, autopilot, model fixes, oleo texture maps and minor panel.cfg changes to eliminate old gauges. As the accompanying screenshots show it’s a fine model and great fun to fly.

Authors: Milton Shupe, Scott Thomas, André Folkers, Urs Burkhardt, Damian Radice and Nigel Richards.
Platform: FSX, FSX: Steam Edition and Prepar3D
Click here to download the Beechcraft D18S

Can Tho International Airport
Can Tho International Airport, formerly Trà Nóc Airport, is in Can Tho in the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam. It is highly detailed and one of many airports designed by the Vietnamese Aviation group.

Author: Vietnamese Aviation
Platform: FSX
Click here to download Can Tho

 Pleiku Regional Airport
Also located in Vietnam, Pleiku Airport (ICAO: VVPK) is a smaller regional airport near the city of Pleiku, within the Gia Lai Province in southern Vietnam, once again from the Vietnamese Aviation group.

Author: Vietnamese Aviation
Platform: FSX
Click here to download Pleiku

The Island of Cyprus
This scenery includes all the airports and landclass for the island of Cyprus. It was designed by Roger Wensley, who has added larger towns and villages, major roads, AI and more. (As originally uploaded to flightsim.com).

Author: Roger Wensley
Platform: FS2004
Click here to download The Island of Cyprus

Leonardo T-100 Jet
Here is a frame rate-friendly version of a Leonardo T-100 advanced jet trainer for FSX. It utilises part of the default FA-18 virtual cockpit and was designed by Chuck Dome.

Author: Chuck Dome
Platform: FSX
Click here to download the T-100

Miles M3 prototype G-ACTM
Designed by Keith Paine, this model of the prototype M3 Falcon G-ACTM, took part in the London to Melbourne race in 1934. It was flown by HL Brook who later set a record breaking solo return flight to Lympne in Sussex.

Author: Keith Paine
Platform: FSX/FS2004
Click here to download the Miles M3

Stornoway EGPO
Stornoway is a medium-sized airfield on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland. This rendition was designed by Dmitriy Kozyrev and includes seasonal photo background, together with enhancements to the city of Stornoway itself.

Author: Dmitriy Kozyrev
Platform: FSX, FSX: Steam Edition and Prepar3D
Click here to download EGPO

Vought VE-7 Bluebird
This is the float version of the Vought VE-7, called the Bluebird, which was first flown in 1917. It was originally designed as a two-seat trainer for the United States Army but later adopted by the United States Navy, designed here by AF Scrub.

Author: AF Scrub
Platform: FSX/FS2004
Click here to download the Vough VE-7

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