Piper
Type : Piper PA-18 Super Cub Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : RanchoJEN models Operator : Transavia Vliegclub Download : Complete aircraft
The 1952-built Piper PA-19 Super Cub PH-CWA was built as a Piper L-18B-PI under USAF number 52-2465 and in service with the RNethAF till 1963 with the registrations R-79, 8A-79, 52-2465. After that it went to the RLS(Dutch Government Flight Training School) which modified it to a PA-19. In july 1970 it was bought by Transavia Vliegclub and refurbished and painted in Transavia Holland livery by the Transavia maintenance department. In October 1975 it has been bought by W. van Duin (MD-employee of Transavia) who sold it to the UK in October 1979.
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Type : Piper PA-31 Navajo Program : FS2004 and FSX, pack with 2 repaints Model : AI model Dee Waldron Operator : Transavia Holland Download : Complete aircraft
IIn 1973 Transavia Holland started offering business-charters. For this purpose they bought a Piper Pa-31 Navajo in the USA. From 03.05.1973 till 20.12.1976 it was as PH-TVA part of the Tansavia-fleet. At the end of 1976 Transavia decided to stop its activities in the business market and to focus on the passengers- and freight market. The PH-TVA was sold.Since 1990 it is owned by Zeeland Air and today it is still mainly used for business-charters.This livery is included. The model of Dee Waldron is designed as an AI-model and not 100%. However the flight dynamics are perfect, thanks to David Carter.
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.
Type : Piper PA-31 Navajo Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : AI model Dee Waldron Operator : Tulip Air Download : Complete aircraft
Tulip Air was a Dutch airline and operated from Rotterdam Airport mainly business flights. Its fleet included Beechcraft King Air B200's, BAe J-31's Jetstreams, Piper P-31 Navajo's and Cessna C- 172,s. Tulip Air was acquired by the Excel Aviation Group and formed with RAS and Dynamic Airlines,its subsidiary Dynamic Exel. Tulip Air stopped its activities, When the Exel Aviation Group went bankrupt in 2005. This model of Dee Waldron is designed as an AI-model and not 100%. For instance the doors can not be opened. However the flight dynamics are perfect, thanks to David Carter.
Type : Piper PA-31 T-620 Cheyenne II Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : AI model Mike Cronin Operator : Holland Aero Lines Download : Complete aircraft
Holland Aerolines operated schedulded passenger services from Rotterdam Airport from March 1986 untill December 1987. From 1982 it was already active with charter and packetservices, using a single GAF N-24 Nomad and a few Piper PA-31 Navajo's. On the scheduled passenger services two GAF N-24 Nomad's and three ATR 42's were used. They were mainly used on the routes to Southend and Norwich the Nomad's were used and to Orly and Charles de Gaulle, Paris and to Hamburg and Frankfurt the ATR-42's. At the end of 1987 the airline came in serious financial problems and it went bankrupt soon. The PH-ALA had been in the fleet from 1984 till 1987 with Holland Aero Lines mainly for business flights.
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.
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
A.I.S. Flight Academy
The PH-OTH was from 1975 till 1999 in service of Aerocarto. This model of Dee Waldron is designed as an AI-model and not 100%. However the flight dynamics are perfect, thanks to David Carter.
Type : Piper PA-31 Navajo Program : FS2004 en FSX Model : AI model Dee Waldron Operator : KLM Aerocarto Download : Complete aircraft
De PH-OTI was from 1977 till 1983 in service of Aerocarto. This model of Fred Choate is a simple design created with Abacus FSDSv2 and not 100%. The doors cannot be opened. The flight dynamics are OK.
Type : Piper PA-23 Aztec E Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Fred Choate Operator : KLM Aerocarto Download : Complete aircraft
The Piper Super Cub came into service in the early 1950s to replace the Auster Mk. III, which was already in use as AOP and liason aircraft. The Super Cub entered service with the 298, 299 and 300 squadron of the Light Aircraft Group. It was mainly used for reconnaissance and artillery observation. The aircraft was also used for training pilots for their limited Military License, which could be compared with a PPL(Private Pilot License) and by pilots with a full Military License, who left the RNAF after their three-year contract,to maintain their flying skills. The Piper Super Cubs were owned by the Royal Netherlands Army but flown and maintained by the Royal Netherlands Air Force. In total, the Royal Netherlands Army had 88 L-18Cs in service, 18 L-21As and 86 L-21Bs. The last left the service in 1975.
Type : Piper PA-18 Super Cup Program : FS2004 and FSX, pack with 2 repaints Model : AI RanchoJEN Operator : RoyalNeth.Air Force Download : Complete aircraft
The PH-OTC flew from September 1964 till Januari 1972 with KLM Aerocarto.
Type : Piper PA-18 Super Cup Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : AI RanchoJEN Operator : KLM Aerocarto Download : Complet aircraft