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Huges 500 MD Defender Author: Victor Egorov
Although the Defender prototype took off on its first flight on August 1974, the type's ancestors had enjoyed a long and successful career long before. Based on the Model 269 (TH-55 Osage), first flown in September 1955, and the Model 369 (OH-6 Cayuse), 1,417 examples of which served with the US Army, 
the Defender was Hughes's response to international demand for an affordable anti tank helicopter, based on the civilian Model 500D. Designed for those unable to afford the AH-1 Cobra or the AH-64 Apache, the Defender is easily distinguished from the Cayuse by its 'T' tail and its five blade main rotor. It also features self sealing fuel tanks and an engine inlet particle separator and can also be fitted with extra armour and a large variety of weapons and sensors. The type has enjoyed immense success and equips many air forces and law enforcement agencies around the world.

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Bell-206 Jet Ranger Author: Victor Egorov
The Bell Model 206 JetRanger is one of the most successful helicopter designs in the world. The design originated in the mid-1960s as an entry in a US Army competition for a light observation (scout) helicopter. Although Bell lost the contract, the Model 206 "JetRanger" entered the civilian market in 1967. The Model 206 has been overhauled three times, the basic shape and design are unchanged since 1967. The JetRanger is popular with news media for traffic and news reporting. In a twist, the US Army eventually selected the 206 for use as the OH-58 Kiowa, fulfilling its original role. The US Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard use 206 variants known as the TH-57 "Sea Ranger" in the Navy and Marines and the TH-67 Creek in the Army as a trainer for helicopter students.

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Douglas DC-3 Author: Victor Egorov
The Douglas DC-3 is a fixed-wing, propeller-driven aircraft which revolutionized air transport in the 1930s and 1940s, and is generally regarded as one of the most significant transport aircraft ever made.

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Me-109E-3 Author: Victor Egorov
The Me-109 was the best known and most produced German fighter of World War II. It was the backbone of the German fighter command and ruled the skies over Europe from 1939 to 1941, as Hitler spread his empire over the continent. The Me-109s earned the respect of Germany's enemies in every theater of conflict and were greatly feared by Allied bomber crews during the later half of the war. Designed by Willie Messerschmitt in 1934, the Bf 109 was first flown in September 1935.

The Me-109 was a formidable opponent for the early marks of Spitfire; its low speed handling qualities were excellent and its rate of climb matched the Spitfire. Moreover, it had a higher service ceiling and it had one other major advantage - fuel injection. This allowed the Me-109's power plant to run flawlessly regardless of the aircraft's attitude, unlike the Rolls-Royce engines of early Spitfires, which cut out at the slightest suggestion of negative G. The Messerschmitt had its vices, too: the cockpit was very small, the heavily framed canopy restricted the pilot's field of view and the plane's narrow undercarriage made it extremely prone to ground accidents. Many of the 33,000 Me-109s produced were lost in ground accidents.

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Spitfire Mk.1B Author: Victor Egorov
The Spitfire was a low-wing monoplane that was first flown in 1936 and was first put into service with the Royal Air Force in 1938.
It was modified continuously throughout the war to serve in a variety of roles:
fighter (with notable success at high altitudes), fighter-bomber, and photoreconnaissance plane.
The version that entered active service in 1938 had a top speed of about 360 miles (580 km) per hour and an armament of eight .303-inch machine guns.
The Spitfire XIV, one of the last models of the war, had a ceiling of 40,000 feet (12,200 m) and a top speed of 440 miles (710 km) per hour.
(enc. Britannica)

This plane is the most impressive fighter built for Micro-Flight, it is an essential download for any user !

This amazing plane was created by Victor Egorov

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McDonnell Douglas F-4E "Kurnas 2000". Author: Victor Egorov
The F-4E, which took off on its maiden flight on June 30th 1967, became the leading Phantom model, with 1,389 planes built.
This model, with an additional fuselage fuel tank, leading-edge slats for increased maneuverability, and an improved engine, also has an internally mounted 20mm multibarrel gun with improved fire-control system.
In 1980 the IAF embarked upon the initial planning phase of the project for upgrading the plane. On 15 July 1987 the first prototype of the improved plane took off. It was dubbed the Kurnas 2000. Kurnas 2000, which entered service in the IAF on 09 April 1989, was different from the original Phantom mostly in its avionics.
McDonnell Douglas and the Israeli Aircraft Industries had both considered replacing the J79's with Pratt & Whitney PW1120. The IAI experimentally installed the new engines in a Phantom, and its performance was markedly enhanced, in terms of cruise speed and range.

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General Dynamics IF-16D "Barak". Author: Victor Egorov
The IF-16D is a two seat model of the popular plane, it's back seat is reserved for the Weapon System Operator.

This model was custom modified for the IAF, those modifications required a larger and stronger landing gear, and called for a different model designation, thus the Israeli F- 16D was designated as IF-16D.

The IF-16D is powered by a stronger General Electric F110-GE-100, with an enlarged air intake.

The first F-16D was received by the IAF, at December 21, 1987, marked with "The First Combat squadron" colors and the tail number of 031.

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Beechcraft Baron 55 Author: Victor Egorov
One of the most versatile and popular twin-engine aircraft ever built, the Baron combines performance, exceptional cabin size, and comfort.

This excellent model has a working pitch and mixture controls, retractable gear and flaps, and requires the update of 9/10/05 or better.

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SpaceShipOne Author: Victor Egorov
SpaceShipOne is an experimental spaceplane, which on June 21, 2004 made the first privately-funded human spaceflight. It is an air launched suborbital spaceplane, using a hybrid rocket motor. It has been developed by Scaled Composites, Burt Rutan's aviation company, in their Tier One program, with no government funding.

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Katana DV20 Author: Victor Egorov
Katana DV20 (Rotax 912 A3 Bombardier 81 h.p.)

Katana DV20 it is a lightweight version of the motor gliderSuper Dimona with shortened wing.
The first flight in 1993.
The further development is Katana DA-20.

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USS Enterprise Author: Simon Richardson

The most decorated ship of the Second World War, Enterprise changed the very course of a war she seemed to have been expressly created for.

Originally made for Virtual Sailor by Simon Richardson
Converted to Micro Flight by Pieter Boelen
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Fuga Magister "Tzukit" Author: Victor Egorov
A jet powered trainer that is used in the selection process in the IAF Flight School and and for training cadets. It was developed from the French Fouga Magister, that had served the IAF as both a jet combat plane and a trainer since 1960. The Fougas were radically revamped by the IAI and fitted for carrying advanced motors and equipment.

The first prototype of the Tzukit took to the air in September of 1980, and was handed over to the IAF in May of 1981 for initial testing. At the IAF's request certain modifications were carried out and included in the first serial Tzukit planes, which were delivered to the IAF in June of 1983. By 1986, all of the Tzukit planes created had been delivered to the IAF.

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Schleicher KA-8 Glider Author: Victor Egorov
One of the most popular training gliders, the KA-8 is known in almost any gliding club in the world for being a reliable and easy to fly glider, with a demium gliding performace and slow flying speed..

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The Standard Cirrus Author: Kevin Smith
The Standard Cirrus is a standard class glider (15 meter span without flaps) with airbrakes on the upper wing surface only.
It has an all-flying elevator and a steel-tube frame in the fuselage to which the wings and the main-wheel retraction mechanism are attached.
The wings are of a PVC foam core construction with a fiberglass skin.

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Cessna 172 SP Author: Victor Egorov
One of the most popular touring aircraft of all time, the Cessna 172 has gained a place in the history books.
A four seat aircraft, the 172 is a simple to fly, forgiving aircraft that is ideal for sightseeing with its high wing design.

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NORTH AMERICAN F-86A "SABRE" Author: Ed Wilson
The F-86, the USAF's first swept-wing jet fighter,
made its initial flight on October 1, 1947.
The first production model flew on May 20, 1948,
and on September 15, 1948, an F-86A set a new world
speed record of 670.9 mph.
Originally designed as a high-altitude day-fighter,
it was subsequently redesigned into an all-weather
interceptor (F-86D) and a fighter-bomber (F-86H).

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Piper Pa18 Super Cub Author: Kevin Smith
The Super Cub developed from Piper's J-3 Cub, and proved to be one of the company's most popular and enduring products.
The Super Cub first flew in 1949 and replaced the PA11 Cub Special on the production line.
In the 32 year production run ending in 1981, 7,500 Super Cubs were built, among them 1,700 military versions.
From 1981 to 1988 Piper continued building the Super Cub on behalf of WTA, new owners of rights to the aircraft, and produced 250 in all.
Rights returned to Piper in 1988, production stopping in 1992 due to financial problems.
It resumed in 1993, but in 1994 Piper announced discontinuation of the line, and only 100 were built between 1988 and 1994.

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Piper PA-25 Pawnee Author: Victor Egorov
The Piper Company developed the PA-25 Pawnee after modified PA-18s demonstrated the viability of the agricultural market.
Design features, including the elevated cockpit, were intended to reduce the likelihood of an accident and increase the chance of surviving a low-speed crash.

The Pawnee first flew in 1957. When production ended in 1982 about 5,000 had been built.

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Cessna 152 Author: Kevin Smith
Extremely stable tri-gear, side by side two-seater, used mainly as a flying school trainer.
Cessna introduced the swept fin (with extension) to the small plane market.
Speed 123 mph, 480 miles, 100-h.p. Continental engine.

This beautiful plane has been modeled with high detail and is a real pleasure to fly.

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HK36 Super Dimona Author: Victor Egorov
Since 1990: beloved and flown around the world:
The series of HK36 Super Dimona (known in the USA and Canada as Kantana X-treme series), the efficient two-seated powered glider made of fiber-reinforced high-tech composite.
Equipped with Rotax engines with 80, 100 and 115 hp (turbo-charged variant), the Super Dimona is perfect for glider pilot training and glider towing.
Manufactured by Diamond industries

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Sopwith Camel 1916. Author: Victor Egorov
The Sopwith Camel was a British World War I single-seat fighter aircraft.
The Sopwith Camel was first built in 1916 by the Sopwith Aviation Company. Approximately 6,000 Sopwith Camels were produced.
It featured a 150 h.p. Gnome 9 cylinder rotary engine, and it was armed with two Vickers .303 inch machine guns mounted in front of the cockpit, firing forward through the propeller disc. It was capable of reaching a speed of 115 mph. There was a fairing surrounding the gun installation which created a hump. It was this hump that led to the aircraft acquiring the name Camel.

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Albatros DV historic aircraft 1916. Author: Victor Egorov
The Albatros series of single-seat fighters produced between 1916 and 1918 were among the most numerous and distinctive aircraft of the First World War.
Approximately 4,800 Albatros fighters of all types were built during World War I. They were used extensively by the German Air Service throughout 1917, and remained in action in considerable numbers until the end of the war.

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Yakovlev AIR-7 (Ya-7) record aircraft Author: Victor Egorov
Two seat low-wing monoplane built for record speed in USSR.
Construction started in April 1932. Aircraft was ready at the end of a Summer 1932. Same year ( November 19 ) speed 325km/h ( 175 kts ) was demonstrated, and on Spring 1933 - 332km/h ( 179 kts ).

Flights continued until 1934, when aileron broke off in flight due to flatter ( then almost unknown and not understood).
Test-pilot Yu.I.Piontkovskij managed to land on unprepared terrain ( tiny strip of land in the freight yard clattered with firewood and all sort of rubbish ).
Since AIR-7 fulfilled its goal ( to demonstrate high speed ), it was not restored.

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The multi-role plane Ilushin IL-103 Author: Victor Egorov
The five-seaters plane IL-103 is powered by a piston Teledyne Continental Motors IO-360ES engine.
First flight in 1994.
From middle 1990s in production for Russia and for other countries.
Has flight certificate of USA.

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MOLNIYA-1 Triplane Author: Victor Egorov
The smallest of the triplane series is the MOLNIYA-1 six-seat aircraft the design of which was awarded the Gold medal of Eureka-93 World Inventors, Scientific Research and Know-How Salon in Brussels, in 1995 it was shown in flight at the
aeroshow in Le Bourget.

The first batch of the aircraft has been produced at the airplane plant in Samara.
The MOLNIYA-1 is intended for individual use, tourism, cargo and mail carrying, business flights and aerial photography and can be used in patrol and ambulance services.
The high dynamic stability inherent to the triplane stipulates exclusive smoothness of flight and the aft location of the engine with a pusher propeller minimizes noise and vibration in the cabin.

The MOLNIYA-1 aircraft can be supplied in versions adapted for operation in the tropics, the Arctic region and on the sea coasts, and the wheeled landing gear can be replaced with skis or floats The application of low pressure tires and considerable power reserve permit to use it not only on the existing airdromes with artificial or ground coating, but on any even sites 500 meters and more long.

Note: "Molniya" in english translation is "Lightning".

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Suchoy SU-26 Author: Victor Egorov
Sport plane for aerobatics with high flight capabilities and outstanding manoeuvrability.

Plane structure: composite materials, It provides ultimate load factor from +11g up to -9g

Pilot cabin has windows on each side and in floor. First prototype was flown for the first time in 1984. Next versions of Su-26 is advanced Su-26M, two-seat trainer Su-29 and single-seat high performance Su-31.

These planes manufactured for Russia and for other countries.

This model represents the first "01" variant Su-26. All following Su-26s have other instrument panel.

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Mi - 24 A - attack helicopter Author: Victor Egorov
The first production version of the Mi-24.
During 5 years of production about 200 were built, differed from the prototype by 120 anhedral stub-wings added to improve lateral stability.

Wingtips were used to accommodate four 'Phalanga' (Phalanx) anti-tank missiles, two on each side.

The operation of these helicopters, including combat missions, contributed greatly to their further development, upgrading and reliability improvement.

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