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Revision as of 16:12, 1 June 2006

Contents

Civilian Aircraft

Airliners

Boeing 737

  • FDM : JSBSim
  • Author : David Culp (FDM), Innis Cunningham (3D and Panel)
  • Notes : None

Screenshots

737-300
737-300

Boeing 747-400

Airbus A320-200

Airbus A380

Concorde

McDonnel Douglas MD11

Wikipedia: McDonnell Douglas MD-11

Tupolev TU-114 airliner

Fokker 100

Tupolev 154

GA Single Enine

Cessna 150x prototype

Cessna 172P Skyhawk (1981 model)

Cessna 172R

Cessna 182

Cessna 182 Operations Manual

de Havilland Beaver

Fokker Dr.1

ComperSwift

  • FDM: Yasim
  • Model: Lee Elliott

ComperSwift Operations Manual

Piper J3 Cub (J3C-65, 1946 model)

Piper J3 Cub Operations Manual

marchetti-v1

Piper Cherokee Warrior II (1979 model)

Piper Cherokee Warrior II Operations Manual

Pilatus PC-7

Pilatus PC-7 Operations Manual

Sopwith Camel

Sopwith Camel Operations Manual

Cirrus SR-20

Cirrus SR-20 Operations Manual

GA Multi Engine

Beech 99

c310u3a

Boeing314A

Douglas DC-3

GA Business Jet / Turboprop

Cessna 550 Citation-II

Cessna 550 Citation-Bravo

Beechcraft B1900D

Fokker 50

Fokker 70

Helicopter

Eurocopter Bo105

Ecureuil AS 350 Helicopter

Bell 206 JetRanger Helicopter

CH-47 Chinook Helicopter

Military Aircraft

Fairchild A-10

Antonov AN-225

Boeing B-52 F

BAC TSR2 Prototype

MiG-15bis

North American OV-10A Bronco

"The North American Rockwell OV-10 Bronco is a turboprop-driven light attack and cargo aircraft. Although it is a fixed-wing aircraft, its mission capabilities resemble a fast, long-range, inexpensive and reliable ultra-heavy attack helicopter. It flies at 350 mph (560 km/h), carries 3 tons of external munitions, and easily loiters for 3 or more hours. It is prized for its versatility, redundancy, load, wide field of view, short-field ability, low operational costs and ease of maintenance." Read more on Wikipedia: OV-10 Bronco

The current model supports a "weather radar" displaying AI weather objects. It does not display METAR "real weather" downloaded by the FG weather system.

Cessna T-37

Northrop T-38

"In the mid-1950s, the USAF required a trainer with higher performance than the T-33 to better prepare student pilots for the latest tactical aircraft that were then coming into service. The aircraft chosen was the T-38A which offered high performance with low maintenance and operating costs. The T-38A became the USAF's first supersonic trainer." Source: NORTHROP T-38A "TALON"

Read more on the Wikipedia abou the T38 Talon

The current model supports display of AI aircraft objects on the radar screen. See the Aircraft/Instruments/radar.xml file for details, or fly the T-38 for a demo.

North American X-15

Northrop/McDonnell Douglas YF-23 ATF prototype

Douglas A4 Skyhawk

Boeing B-29 Superfortress

McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle

Lockheed F-104 Starfighter

General Dynamics F-16

Harrier

Hawker Hunter

P-51D

P-51D Mustang Manual

Hawker Hurricane IIb

Soko J-22 Orao / IAR-93

Supermarine Seafire MkIIIc

Seahawk

Spitfire IIa

A-4F Skyhawk

A-4F Skyhawk Operations Manual

USAF/NACA X-24B reentry testbed

Other

Airwave Xtreme 150 hang glider

ASW-20 sailplane

Ornithopter (UIUC)

Santa Claus (3d cockpit)

Schweizer 2-33

UFO from the 'White Project' of the UNESCO

1903 Wright Flyer