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Civilian Aircraft


Boeing 737

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



Boeing 747-400

Airbus A320-200

Airbus A380


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


  • FDM: Yasim
  • Model: Lee Elliott

ComperSwift Operations Manual

Piper J3 Cub (J3C-65, 1946 model)

Piper J3 Cub Operations Manual


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



Douglas DC-3

GA Business Jet / Turboprop

Cessna 550 Citation-II

Cessna 550 Citation-Bravo

Beechcraft B1900D

Fokker 50

Fokker 70


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


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


Hawker Hunter


P-51D Mustang Manual

Hawker Hurricane IIb

Soko J-22 Orao / IAR-93

Supermarine Seafire MkIIIc


Spitfire IIa

A-4F Skyhawk

A-4F Skyhawk Operations Manual

USAF/NACA X-24B reentry testbed


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