general aviation
Type : Piper PA-31 Navajo Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : AI model Dee Waldron Operator : Zeeland Air Download : Complete aircraft
Zeeland Air, based on Midden Zeeland airfield in the Netherlands, provides business charters. In 1990 it bought the PH-TVA wich is still mainly used for business charters. The plane has been in the Transavia Holland fleet from 1973 till 1976. This model of Dee Waldron is designed as an AI-model and not 100%. However the flight dynamics are perfect, thanks to David Carter.
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The Tomahawk is a single-engined low-wing cantilever monoplane with a T-tail and an enclosed cabin for two. It has a fixed tricycle landing gear and is powered by a Lycoming O- 235 four-cylinder piston engine with a twin-bladed tractor propeller. The Tomahawk has two front-hinged doors for access to the cabin.The Tomahawk was Piper's attempt at creating an affordable two-place trainer. Before designing the aircraft, Piper widely surveyed flight instructors for their input into the design. Instructors requested a more spinnable aircraft for training purposes, since other two-place trainers such as the Cessna 150 and 152 were designed to spontaneously fly out of a spin. The Tomahawk's NASA[1] GA(W)-1 Whitcomb airfoil addresses this requirement by making specific pilot input necessary in recovering from spins, thus allowing pilots to develop proficiency in dealing with spin recovery. The Tomahawk was introduced in 1977 as a 1978 model. The aircraft was in continuous production until 1982 when production was completed, with 2,484 aircraft built. The 1981 and 1982 models were designated as the Tomahawk II. They incorporated improved cabin heating and windshield defroster performance, an improved elevator trim system, improved engine thrust vector, 100% airframe zinc-chromate anti-corrosion treatment, better cockpit soundproofing, larger 6" wheels and tires for greater propeller ground clearance and improved performance on grass and dirt runways, among other enhancements. The PH-TMH flew from July 1979 till April 2003 with the Rotterdam Aero Club.A few years it was privately owned and from 2011 till 2016 in the fleet of A.I.S. Flight Academy on Lelystad Airport. Today it is again privately owned. This pack includes the livery of A.I.S. Flight Academy as well.
Type : Piper Tomahawk PA-38 Program : FS2004 and FSX, pack with 3 repaints Model : AI model Richard Faith Operator : A.Breslin, RAC, A.I.S Download : Complete aircraft
A. Breslin
Rotterdam Aero Club
The PA-12 was manufactured by Piper from 1946 to 1948. It was originally designated the J-5C but called the PA-12 after Piper changed it's nomenclature scheme. It was unique in that it held 3 people in a triangle arrangement. The pilot sat alone in front of the 2 passengers which were seated side by side. It was flown solo from the front seat. There are two PH-NDA entries in the Dutch register. The first aircraft was registered in 1949 and owned by R.Uges. On 27.01.1951 Bob Schreiner, founder of Schreiner Aerocontractors, bought the aircraft. In 1953 he sold it to Aero Ypenburg. In 1956 it was sold to Germany as D-EGUD and flew there until early 1970. The second PH-NDA flew first with the registration D-ECON, N4034M and NC4034M. In 2003 the aircraft was bought by Schreiner Air Leasing. In 2014 it was bought by the former Transavia pilot and son of Bob Schreiner, Arnoud Schreiner, who has been flying it with great pleasure ever since.
Type : Piper PA-12 Super Cruiser Program : FSX Model : P. Clawson Operator : Arnoud Schreiner Download : Complete aircraft
Type : Scheibe SF-25C Program : FSX Model : Wolfgang Piper Operator : private owners C.Quist, E.Thepen Download : Complete aircraft with 3 repaints
The Scheibe SF-25C Falke is a two-seater motor glider built by the German Scheibe-Flugzeugbau GmbH. It is one of the most built motor gliders in the world. The Falke is an easy to fly and maintain aircraft which offers gliding clubs a cost effective alternative for training. The simple and robust composite construction is ideal for most clubs because they often have experience building and maintaining gliders themselves and have the right tools to do so. The prototype was a shoulder-decker but the flight characteristics were not great. The improved B-series was successful. The aircraft retained the "side-by-side" seating arrangement for student and instructor and received a central mainwheel with drum brake and small support wheels under the wings plus a steerable tailwheel. 373 examples were built. For the last C-series details improvements were made such as a folding wing mechanism for space-saving storage, simplified entry, controllable pitch propeller and more powerful engines. The B- series landing gear was retained. More than 1200 copies of all versionswere built, including those built under license. The PH-818 was owned by C.Quist from 1996 to 2011, flying from Hilversum Airfield The PH-944 was also owned by C.Quist from 1991 to 2004, flying from Hilversum airfield. The PH-1314 has been owned by E.Thepen since 2004 flying from Lelystad Airport
Type : Scheibe SF-25C Taildragger Program : FSX Model : Wolfgang Piper Operator : Gliderclubs Texel, ZES and Salland Download : Complete aircraft with 3 repaints
Beside the last C-series details improvements such as a folding wing mechanism, simplified entry, controllable pitch propeller and more powerful engines. a conventional landing gear was also available and a little later even a gear with a nose wheel. With even more powerful engines, the Falke became a cost-effective tug aircraft. More than 1200 copies of all versions were built, including those built under license. The PH-1073 has been owned since 2002 by Gliding Club Texel, located at Texel Airport The PH-1243 has been owned since 2001 by a collective of members of the Zweefclub Eindhovense Studenten, flying from Glider Airfield De Peel, Milheze. The PH-1544 has been owned by the Aeroclub Salland since 2014, located at Glider Airfield Salland, Lemelerveld