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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...

 

 

ALL 64-BIT VERSIONS OF ITEMS FOUND ON THIS WEB SITE ASSUME THAT CFS2 IS INSTALLED IN ITS "DEFAULT DIRECTORY:

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WORLD WAR I AIRCRAFT:

CFS2 AB-Albatros D.V (3.94MB). The D.V was the final development of the Albatros D.I family, and the last Albatros fighter to see operational service. D.Va continued in operational service until the end of the war. Representation of the aircraft flown by Hptm Richard Flashar, sporting the "mailed gauntlet" motif and the "lozenge" fabric wing covering. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 AB-Albatros D.Va (1.97MB). The Albatros D.Va was a further development in the "D" series and a continuation of the successful D.V series. As with all of the preceding Albatros D models, the D.Va featured only minor improvements in the hopes that the aircraft could keep pace with the newer Allied additions such as the S.E.5 fighters. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker. NOTE: You MUST install the new version of the CFS2 Ultimate Weapons Pack in order to be able to "see" the pilot figure, 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 AB-Albatros G.II (848KB). Prototype of the Albatros G.III, a very little known medium sized tactical bomber biplane produced by Albatros Flugzeugwerke of Johannisthal, Berlin. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker. NOTE: You MUST install the new version of the CFS2 Ultimate Weapons Pack in order to be able to "see" the pilot figures, as it is not included with the aircraft in an attempt to keep the file size down.

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CFS2 Fokker DR-1 (13.7MB). This particular Fokker is the aircraft in which Manfred von Richthofen was killed in on April 21st, 1918. Richthofen scored an amazing 80 victories within 18 months. His skill made him the most decorated highest ace there was in World War One. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 AB-Fokker DR-1 Triplane (1.08MB). This colorful Dreidecker was used by Lothar von Richthofen in the Spring of 1918. He was commanding the Jasta 11, and scored three victories with it. Red cowling, struts, undercarriage legs and wheel disks represented attachment to the Jasta 11. The yellow tail was Lothar's personal touch. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 AB-Nieuport 17 (589KB). The Nieuport 17 was an extremely agile aircraft that had a bad tendency to shred its lower wing in dives. Early versions had only one wing mounted Lewis gun, but later ones had a Vickers mounted on the cowling. Many of the French and British aces began their careers flying the Nieuport 17. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 AB-Nieuport 28C.1 (2.50MB). The Nieuport 28C.1 was developed in mid-1917 and was the first biplane fighter design produced by Nieuport that had relatively equal-chord upper and lower wings. In an attempt to compete with the superior performance of the Spad VII and the recently introduced Spad XIII. Representation of an aircraft flown by the US Navy as a scout aircraft, June, 1917. Complete re-work of the original AB-Roland, using CFS2-style textures and overall "look". By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 Pfalz D.III (3.67MB). The Pfalz D.III entered service in August 1917 and proved to be a solid and reliable fighter. Although the Pfalz is not as well known as its contemporaries built by Albatros and Fokker, it formed the core strength of many German Jastas. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 AB-Pfalz D.XII (4.07MB). The Pfalz D.XII was the successor to the Pfalz D.IIIa series fighter and entered service late in the summer of 1918. It was a sturdy and well designed fighter that nearly rivaled the famed Fokker D.VII in performance. It could out climb, out dive and out run the Fokker D.VII, but it was less agile. 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 AB-RAF S.E. 5A (2.99MB). The Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 was a British biplane fighter aircraft of the First World War. Although the first examples reached the Western Front before the Sopwith Camel, and it had a much better overall performance, problems with its Hispano-Suiza engine meant that there was a chronic shortage of S.E.5s until well into 1918 and fewer squadrons were equipped with the type than with the Sopwith fighter. 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 AB-Roland D.VIb (1.66MB). The "klinkerrumpf" style of fuselage was a carry over from Rolandís earlier D.IVb triplane and gave good strength with an appreciable saving in weight. This method of construction consisted of the overlapping of slightly tapered strips of spruce which were wedge shaped in section. These were then glued and nailed to the basic fuselage longerons and formers to give the D.VIb its characteristic look. The aircraft's failing was it's inability to climb with aircraft like the Albatros D.V and Pfalz D.IIIa. Complete re-work of the original AB-Roland, including new textures and better flight characteristics. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 Sopwith Camel (3.98MB). The Sopwith Camel shot down more enemy aircraft than any other fighter in World War I. However, because of its tricky handling characteristics, more men lost their lives while learning to fly it than died while using it in combat. Highly maneuverable and at its best combat altitude of 12,000 feet, it was very difficult to defeat in a dogfight. It was the first British type to carry twin Vickers guns; their breeches were enclosed in a 'hump', which gave the Camel its name. 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 AB-Sopwith Camel (US) (3.94MB). The Sopwith Camel shot down more enemy aircraft than any other fighter in World War I. However, because of its tricky handling characteristics, more men lost their lives while learning to fly it than died while using it in combat. Highly maneuverable and at its best combat altitude of 12,000 feet, it was very difficult to defeat in a dogfight. It was the first British type to carry twin Vickers guns; their breeches were enclosed in a 'hump', which gave the Camel its name. Complete re-work of the original AB-Sopwith Camel, including new textures and better flight characteristics. 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 AB-Sopwith Snipe (2.14MB). The Sopwith 7F.1 Snipe was a British single-seat biplane fighter of the Royal Air Force (RAF). In 1917 the Sopwith Company began to design a fighter intended to be the replacement for Sopwith's most famous aeroplane, the highly successful Sopwith Camel. The Snipe's structure was rather heavier, but much stronger, than earlier Sopwith fighters. Although not a fast aircraft for 1918, it was very maneuverable, and much easier to handle than the Camel, with a superior view from the cockpit - especially forwards. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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CFS2 AB-Spad XII (4.38MB). Representation of the "The Hat 'n Ring" victory scheme, and was flown by some of the pilots of the 94th Aero Squadron over occupied Germany in 1919. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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