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If it is not located in this directory, extract the files to a temporary directory, and then move the files to the Aircraft sub-folder in the correct CFS2 directory on your hard drive. The other files are in "zip" format.

The BIGGEST difference that you will find between this Web site and others that offer downloads for the various flight simulations is that whenever possible I have attempted to create an "installation" program for the downloads...No more having to create folders, and then copying and/or moving files. The installation program does all of this for you AUTOMATICALLY. So, where possible, all you have to do is to simply double-click on the installation program and enjoy! I strongly encourage you to visit the Installation Page to see how this program works before downloading any of the wonderful add-ons from this site.

 

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ABOUT THESE AIRCRAFT

Downloads from this page are for Microsoft© Combat Flight Simulator 2 ONLY, and should not be used in CFS1, as we have versions of the aircraft for CFS1 as well. The aircraft found on this page have been designed by members of ABSquad. These aircraft are not "mods", but are true "add-ons". Much time and effort has gone in to the creation, design, and testing of each and every one of the planes found here on this page. We have and always will strive for "historical accuracy" in the planes we design. Specifications for the aircraft in most cases come directly from the manufacturer, or sites on the Internet that are dedicated to these planes. Their flight characteristics, handling, speed, armament, and look are as close to the real thing as Combat Flight Simulator 2 will allow (at least we think so...). They are not 100% accurate because of those limitations --- but we feel that they are closer than anything else that is currently available. Download them...fly them...then decide for yourself...

 

 

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT:

CFS2 CFS1 Allied Aircraft (17.4MB). Fly the "stock" CFS1 Allied aircraft (Hawker Hurricane MkI, Republic P-47D, North American P-51D, Supermarine Spitfire MkI and the Supermarine Spitfire MkIX) in CFS2.

CFS2 CFS1 Axis Aircraft (9.09MB). Fly the "stock" CFS1 Allied aircraft (Messerschmitt Bf 109e, Messerschmitt Bf 109g and the Focke-Wulf Fw-190A) in CFS2.

CFS2 CFS1 Stock Aircraft (26.5MB). Includes both Allied and Axis stock CFS1 aircraft for CFS2.

CFS2 CFS1 Stock Aircraft CFO Refuel and GPS Gauges (44.5KB). This program will give you the option of installing the CFO Refueling gauge and the CFS2 GPS gauge into the stock CFS1 aircraft. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker. NOTE: This program assumes you've installed the "CFS2 CFS1 Stock Aircraft" file above.

 

NOTE: The CFS2 Ultimate Weapons Pack only needs to be installed once for the ABSquad aircraft. You do not have to install it each time you install a new aircraft. Once it is installed, it is available for all aircraft. You would only need to install it again if you completely uninstall CFS2 and then re-install it.

 

 

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GERMAN AIRCRAFT:

CFS2 Arado AR-1 (15.9MB). This aircraft was originally developed as a night fighter to counter British Mosquito's, as well as a strategic bomber interceptor. Plans for the aircraft were put on hold, as Hitler preferred the Me 262 instead. Allied strategic bombing in 1943 and 1944 effectively destroyed Germany's ability at any mass production of the aircraft. As a result, the Arado AR I never entered service. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker. NOTE: You MUST install the new version of the CFS2 Ultimate Weapons Pack in order to be able to use the new "enhanced" weapons, as it is not included with the aircraft in an attempt to keep the file size down.

CFS2 Dornier AB-Do 335A-1 (6.57MB). The Dornier Do 335A-1 Pfeil ("Arrow") is instantly identified by it's tandem engine layout and upper and lower tail fins. This layout gave the plane twin engine power (with the low drag of a single), and none of the usual problems of engine-out handling common to twins. Too late to see wartime service for the Luftwaffe, the prototypes were well received by test pilots, who called it the "Ameisenbar", or "anteater", due to its long nose. The Do 335 also had a internal bomb bay and an ejection seat. Concept by: Zipper. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker. NOTE: You must delete any previous version BEFORE installing this new one.

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CFS2 Focke-Wulf AB-Fw 190A-4 "Hannes" (5.79MB). Considered Germany's "other iron in the fire" as far as the Luftwaffe was concerned. At the time, the Bf 109 was the primary German fighter, and had proven itself quite capable, until the Battle of Britain. Virtually un-catchable with sufficient altitude, the 190A-4 can strike and leave almost at will, with the Spitfire Mk V's it fought left in the dust behind it. New CFS2-syle look and textures, panel and gauges and new sound files! By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker. NOTE: You MUST install the new version of the CFS2 Ultimate Weapons Pack in order to be able to use the new "enhanced" weapons, as it is not included with the aircraft in an attempt to keep the file size down.

NOTE: Downloads from this page are for Microsoft© Combat Flight Simulator 2 ONLY, and should not be used in CFS1. If you are looking for downloads for CFS1, please click here.

CFS2 Focke-Wulf AB-Fw 190A-8 (4.68MB). The most produced fighter version of the Fw 190 was the A-8. With it's large power reserves, including the GM-1 nitrous-oxide boost system, it was armed with THE MOST dangerous gun combination available on any mainline fighter. It was the first almost entirely electric fighter, making it resistant to the very common hydraulic failures that plagued damaged planes (electrical lines are tougher than hydraulic, and smaller). Complete re-work of the original A-8, including new textures, panel and "radial engine" sound files. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker. NOTE: You MUST install the new version of the CFS2 Ultimate Weapons Pack in order to be able to use the new "enhanced" weapons, as it is not included with the aircraft in an attempt to keep the file size down.

NOTE: Downloads from this page are for Microsoft© Combat Flight Simulator 2 ONLY, and should not be used in CFS1. If you are looking for downloads for CFS1, please click here.

CFS2 Heinkel AB-HE-111 H16 (14.5MB). When World War I ended, the German Air Force was disbanded under the Treaty of Versailles, which required the German government to abandon all military aviation by October 1, 1919. However, by 1922, it was legal for Germany to design and manufacture commercial aircraft, and one of the first modern medium bombers to emerge from this process was the Heinkel He 111. The large numbers in which it had been produced made the He 111 the Luftwaffe's primary bomber for far too long in the war. Features special weapon load outs and sound files that simulate propeller "pitch". By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker. NOTE: You MUST install the new version of the CFS2 Ultimate Weapons Pack in order to be able to use the new "enhanced" weapons, as it is not included with the aircraft in an attempt to keep the file size down.

NOTE: Downloads from this page are for Microsoft© Combat Flight Simulator 2 ONLY, and should not be used in CFS1. If you are looking for downloads for CFS1, please click here.

CFS2 Horton AB-HO-229A-1 (6.78MB). The HO-229 was a prototype flying wing fighter/bomber project. It was a personal favorite of German Luftwaffe chief Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring, and was the only plane to come close to meeting his infamous performance requirements. It was also the first flying wing with turbojets. The only surviving example of the HO-229 is currently in storage at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 Junkers AB-JU-87D-3 Stuka (10MB). The Stuka caused terror to civilians and soldiers during the "Blitzkrieg", and was also an efficient armor vehicle killer. Many different versions were manufactured from 1937 to the end of the second world war. This particular aircraft is representative of the type used by the Luftwaffe Eastern Europe in 1941. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker. NOTE: You MUST install the new version of the CFS2 Ultimate Weapons Pack in order to be able to use the new "enhanced" weapons, as it is not included with the aircraft in an attempt to keep the file size down.

NOTE: Downloads from this page are for Microsoft© Combat Flight Simulator 2 ONLY, and should not be used in CFS1. If you are looking for downloads for CFS1, please click here.

CFS2 Junkers AB-Ju-87G Stuka (3.81MB). The Stuka caused terror to civilians and soldiers during the "Blitzkrieg", and was also an efficient armor vehicle killer. Many different versions were manufactured from 1937 to the end of the second world war. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker. NOTE: You MUST install the new version of the CFS2 Ultimate Weapons Pack in order to be able to use the new "enhanced" weapons, as it is not included with the aircraft in an attempt to keep the file size down.

NOTE: Downloads from this page are for Microsoft© Combat Flight Simulator 2 ONLY, and should not be used in CFS1. If you are looking for downloads for CFS1, please click here.

CFS2 Junkers AB-Ju-187 (11MB). The Junkers Ju 187 was designed to replace the aging Junkers Ju 87 Stuka, which by the time of the Battle of Britain had proved very vulnerable to enemy fighters. A new, faster, better armed and better armored replacement was needed. One of the most unusual features was the movable vertical tail fin. Although an extremely radical design, the Ju-187 project never made it to production. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 Luftwaffe AB-Hurricane Mk I (1.83MB). Hawker Hurricane Mk I captured by the Luftwaffe in 1941 and deployed in Paris, France for defense against the D-Day invasion in June, 1944. The armament was upgraded to include two 13mm and two 20mm cannons mounted in the wings in place of the standard Browning .303 machine guns. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Six 20mm cannons CFS2 Luftwaffe AB-Spitfire Mk V (4.22MB). Supermarine Spitfire Mk V captured by the Luftwaffe in the Fall of 1942. The Germans added a Daimler-Benz DB 605D engine with a whopping 2,000hp! The new engine "stretched" the nose of the plane, making it look very similar to the Messerschmitt Bf 109G. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Two 7.9 mm machine guns in cowling, two 7.9 mm machine guns on the wings and one MG FF/M 20mm cannon mounted through the propeller hub CFS2 Messerschmitt AB-Bf 109E-3 (1.22MB). "Emil" was a nickname given to the E version of the Bf 109. The E-3 was one of the first German fighters to see aerial combat in Western Europe, was used extensively in Poland, and included a modified "square" canopy with an armored windscreen. The Bf 109 is credited with more air victories than any other fighter in the history of aerial warfare. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 Messerschmitt AB-Bf 109E-4 (4.77MB). "Emil" was a nickname given to the E version of the Bf 109. This version was a first truly mass-produced variant of the Messerschmitt's fighter. The E-4 was a result of combat experience in Western Europe during Spring of 1940, and included increased steel armor protection for the pilot and a modified "square" canopy with an armored windscreen. The Bf 109 is credited with more air victories than any other fighter in the history of aerial warfare. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 Messerschmitt AB-Bf 109E-7 (4.46MB). Representation of the aircraft flown by Helmut Wick, November 1939. Wick scored 56 victories in this particular aircraft in only one year before being shot down by a Supermarine Spitfire over the English Channel in November, 1940, as he was leading the Richthofen Geshwader. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 Messerschmitt AB-Bf 109F-2s (630KB). Representation of a Bf 109F-2 flown by Adolph Galland of the Groppe I/JG26, December 5th, 1941. Galland had always felt that the shortcoming of the Bf 109 was its lack of firepower, so he had his own engineers remove the 7.7mm machine guns mounted above the nose and replaced with two 13mm cannons. He also had them add two 20mm cannons in the wings, hence the "s" designation as a experimental aircraft. It is of interest to note that he did this two days before the attack on Pearl harbor by the Imperial Japanese Navy. Concept by: Zipper. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 Messerschmitt AB-Bf 109G-10AS (3.78MB). Considered the fastest (450 mph) of the Bf 109's to be produced. The increase in engine power allowed this aircraft to be the first to able to equal the performance of the British Spitfires and Hurricanes in a turn and dive. Research and background information by: Zipper. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 Messerschmitt AB-Bf 110C-7 (7.17MB). The Bf 110 was the result of a certain way of thinking from before the war. During the period of 1934 - 1939 a lot of countries adopted the doctrine of the "Heavy Fighter". The Messerschmitt BF 110 was an all-metal twin-engine aircraft, with a three crew housed in a long enclosed cockpit. Known in Germany as the "Zerstörer" (Destroyer), it was too heavy to compete with single engine fighters of the day, and too light to use as a bomber. As a result, it served as a bomber escort for most of the war. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 Messerschmitt AB-Me-262A-1A (6.47MB). Representation of an aircraft flown by the infamous Jagdverband 44 (JV44), the "Squadron of Experts". By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 Messerschmitt AB-Me 262 HG3 (16.3MB). This is the final shape that the Me 262 evolved into. Because mass production was sped up, the aerodynamic design of Me 262 was completely improved. The reduction of air resistance was attempted by storing the engine in the main wing along with an increase in the sweepback angle of the wing. Many in the aerospace industry believe that this is the aircraft used as a "template" to design the Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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JAPANESE AIRCRAFT:

 

 

SOVIET AIRCRAFT:

CFS2 Ilyushin AB-IL-2 Sturmovik (1.82MB). The IL-2 was the Soviets main ground attack aircraft. Heavily armed, and even more heavily armored, this plane excelled in it's designated role as a ground attack aircraft, and had moderate success by skilled pilots even in air-to-air combat due to good maneuverability and the implementation of team tactics in squadrons. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker. NOTE: You MUST install the new version of the CFS2 Ultimate Weapons Pack in order to be able to use the new "enhanced" weapons, as it is not included with the aircraft in an attempt to keep the file size down.

NOTE: Downloads from this page are for Microsoft© Combat Flight Simulator 2 ONLY, and should not be used in CFS1. If you are looking for downloads for CFS1, please click here.

CFS2 Lavochkin AB-La-5FN (1.79MB). The La-5FN entered service in 1942, and was superior to the German fighters at low and medium altitudes. The La-5FN introduced metal wing spars and reduced fuel capacity for weight saving, a higher rated version of Shvetsov engine and wing slats to improve combat maneuverability. Original aircraft by: Kwong Wong. Modifications/updates by: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker. NOTE: You MUST install the new version of the CFS2 Ultimate Weapons Pack in order to be able to use the new "enhanced" weapons, as it is not included with the aircraft in an attempt to keep the file size down.

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CFS2 Lavochkin AB-La-7 (4.94MB). The La-7 was by far the most outstanding radial engine fighter in the Soviet Air Force during World War II. Together with the Yak-3, Yak-9U and the Yak-9P, it was superior to the Fw 190's and the Me 109G-10 operating on the Eastern Front. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker. NOTE: You MUST install the new version of the CFS2 Ultimate Weapons Pack in order to be able to use the new "enhanced" weapons, as it is not included with the aircraft in an attempt to keep the file size down.

NOTE: Downloads from this page are for Microsoft© Combat Flight Simulator 2 ONLY, and should not be used in CFS1. If you are looking for downloads for CFS1, please click here.

CFS2 Polikarpov AB-I-16 (10.7MB). When the tiny I-16 flew for the first time in December 1933, it was far ahead of any other fighter design in the world, featuring retractable landing gear, a cantilever wing and variable pitch propeller. Although not among the best remembered aircraft of the thirties, it was nevertheless a very able and rugged machine and featured prominently in the events of the time. The outstanding maneuverability, firepower and rate of climb, surprised the enemy leading to the opposition nickname of Rata (Rat). By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 Yakovlev AB-Yak-9U (2.07MB). The Russian Yak-9U fighter was the most important Russian fighter of World War II. Due to the YAK-9's incredible speed, handling, reliability and firepower, German Messerschmitt Bf-109's and Focke-Wulf 190's suffered enormous losses. The Luftwaffe reported over 94,000 aircraft missing in action during World War II, and more than 62,000 of these were from the Eastern Front. In fact, during the final week of the war, one Soviet squadron averaged one kill for each 31 rounds of ammunition expended. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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