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NOTE: The installation program used here assumes that Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator 2 is located in the following directory:

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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.

 

Michael Priester

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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...

 

 

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JAPANESE AIRCRAFT:

Armament: Four wing mounted .20mm cannons mounted on the wings CFS2 Kawanishi AB-N1K2-J George (2.17MB). The "Shinden-Kai" was one of the best Japanese aircraft of World War II. Because of initial production problems, plus shortages of parts resulting from B-29 raids on the Japanese homeland, only 428 were produced. It did not have sufficient performance at altitude to make it an effective interceptor against B-29 raids, primarily due to engine development difficulties. Armed with four .20mm cannons, it simply proved to be too little too late. New CFS2-style textures and overall look, opening canopy, new weapons load outs and new model file that includes the "collision fix" to help reduce collisions when flying online. 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 Kawasaki AB-Ki-100-I Otsu (652KB). Conceived as the successor to the Kawasaki Ki-61 Hien, this aircraft was created by mating the Ki-61 airframes with the Mitsubishi Ha-112-II radial engine. The Ki-100-I was soon established as the Japanese Army Air Force's best fighter, and was the first Japanese aircraft that used armor protection for the pilot. Political infighting between the Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) and Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) kept this aircraft from becoming one of the best of World War II. Original aircraft by: Andrew C Wai. Updates by: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 Kawasaki AB-KI-100-J Otsu (8.20MB). Conceived as the successor to the Kawasaki Ki-61 Hien, this aircraft was created by mating the Ki-61 airframes with the Mitsubishi Ha-112-II radial engine. The Ki-100-J soon established itself as the Japanese Army Air Force's best fighter, and could have potentially helped Japan against the later model U.S. aircraft. Mistrust between the Navy and Army prevented the Otsu from being developed, severely limiting its range so that it was basically reduced to an interceptor role on mainland Japan. New CFS2-style textures and overall look, opening canopy and new weapons load outs. 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 Mitsubishi AB-A5M4 Claude (532KB). The Mitsubishi A5M4 Claude first went into service in 1938 and had a good turn rate and climb, but, like most Japanese fighters, was lightly constructed. At the beginning months of the war in the Pacific the A5M4 was in front line use, but it was outperformed by Allied aircraft. By the summer of 1942, all A5Ms had been transferred to second-line duties, being replaced by the superior A6M2 Zero. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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 Mitsubishi AB-A6M2 Zero (3.81MB). Thought to be "invincible", the Zero created a myth that few aircraft have obtained before or since. This invincibility was due to the Zero's incredible agility, which was achieved by using light-weight materials in it's construction, including balsa wood. While this gave the Zero uncanny agility, it also left the pilot extremely vulnerable. Representation of the type flown off of the IJN carrier Akagi during the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941. "...a date which will live in infamy". By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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 Mitsubishi AB-A6M2-3 Zero (3.66MB). Designed for attack, the Zero gave precedence to maneuverability and firepower at the expense of protection - most had no self-sealing tanks or armor plate - thus many Zeros were lost too easily in combat along with their pilots. The major change from the A6M2 was to the wings, which were simplified by removing the Model 21's folding tips. This changed the appearance enough to prompt the US to designate it with a new code name, "Hamp". Soon after, it was realized that it was simply a new model of the Zeke. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 Mitsubishi AB-A6M2 Zero 341-S-51 (3.24MB). Mitsubishi A6M2 Reisen, Kokutai 341-S-51. This aircraft was part of the main force at the time of the Leyte Gulf invasion. This A6M2 of the 402nd Chutai, 341st Kokutai was land based at Clark Field, Manila in the Philippines, October, 1944. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 Mitsubishi AB-A6M5-A Zero (1.52MB). Carrier based Japanese fighter/bomber. The A6M5 "A" model of the Zero had a reinforced landing gear for carrier operations, and a much improved tail-hook. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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.

Armament: Two wing mounted 13.2mm machine-guns and two wing mounted 20mm cannons CFS2 Mitsubishi AB-A6M8 Zero (2.10MB). The A6M8 was the last production model of the famous Zero, July, 1945. Only two were ever built, as the war ended one month later, before it could enter service with the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN). By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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 Mitsubishi AB-F1M2 Pete (2.42MB). The "Pete" was a single-engine observation float seaplane (F1M1 and F1M2) or seaplane trainer (F1M2-K). It had all-metal construction with fabric-covered control surfaces. It was widely used by the Japanese Navy during the Pacific War, and although designed primarily as an observation aircraft, the type was also used for other duties, including anti-submarine patrol, convoy escort, gunfire observation, and, on occasion, light bombing. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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 Mitsubishi AB-G4M2 Betty (2.22MB). The "Betty" was the main 'heavy' bomber of the Japanese Navy during World War II. It was remarkable for its long range, but this was achieved by depriving the aircraft of armor while providing it with huge fuel tanks in the wings. Since the tanks were not self-sealing the Betty was extremely vulnerable, tending to go up in flames whenever hit. This led to its receiving the derisive nicknames "One-Shot Lighter" and "the Flying Cigar". Includes working bomb bay doors, which are opened and closed by using the "spoiler" key configuration (the "/" key if using CFS1 keyboard layout, or the "D" key if using the CFS2 keyboard layout). By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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 Mitsubishi AB-Ki-21-IIb Sally (2.96MB). Winning a production order in November 1937, following competition with Nakajima's Ki-19 prototype, the Mitsubishi Ki-21 was designed and built to meet an Imperial Japanese Army requirement of early 1936 for a four-seat bomber that would have a maximum speed of at least 249 mph (400 km/h) and an endurance of more than 5 hours. Few twin-engine bombers anywhere in the world could exceed such performance at that time and the Ki-21 was later recognized as the best bomber in Japanese service during World War II. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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 Nakajima AB-B5N2 Kate (1.66MB). The Nakajima B5N2 Kate was the Imperial Japanese Navy's standard torpedo bomber for the first years of World War II. While the B5N was substantially faster and more capable than its Allied counterparts, it was close to obsolescence by the time of the Pearl Harbor Attack. Nevertheless, the B5N operated throughout the whole war. Although primarily used as a carrier-based aircraft, it was also used as a land-based bomber on occasions. Representation of the type flown from the Soryu on December 7th, 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 Nakajima AB-E8N Dave (840KB). The E8N was developed from the Nakajima E4N and served with the Imperial navy at the beginning of World War II. It's extreme vulnerability led it being quickly relegated to secondary duties such as communications, liaison and training. 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 Tachikawa AB-Ki-94-II (10.20MB). The KI-94-II was designed late in World War II as a heavily armed high-altitude interceptor to be used against B-29's. The Ki-94-II never flew. In fact, Japan surrendered on the very day it was scheduled for its maiden flight. Complete re-work of the original Ki-94-II, including new textures, panel and sound files (will use the new radial engine sounds). Also includes an opening and closing canopy (Ctrl+E) as well as opening and closing cowl cooling flaps (you will need to assign them...I use "Shift+C" to open in increments and "Ctrl+C" to close in increments), working shocks on the landing gear, rolling wheels, new textures and breaking parts. Now includes a second version of the aircraft featuring the familiar "green" textures. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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.

 

 

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