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Hi all,Just would like to know which are some of the best freeware GA aircrafts ?Daniel

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woo, there's lots to choose from. A few of my faves:Airhead's DecathlonThe Maule packageRick Piper's Chipmunk

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A couple that come quickly to my mind are:Bill Lyon's Piper Tri-PacerThe infamous freeware Maule availableRobert Sanderson's StearmanThere was a neat Grumman Tiger that was released not too long ago.Those simply fit the type of flying I like to do. There are many others.

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Any A/C done by Milton Shuppe and team.Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like -M.Twain

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Long Island Classics Christen Eagle.Rick Piper's new Chipmunk. Both work in FSX.

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Yes to Milton's aircraft !!!!It's not technically GA - but Dave Copley's P-38 is fantastic and easier to fly than many folks expect.

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Anybody got a link to that Maule?...couldn't find it*Edit* - Never mind, I know which one you're talking about. M7260_V1.ZIP I think is the file name over at FS.com.

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PF is really not considered to be a GA add-on, however if you want to include heavier a/c in this thread you may want to look at the aircraft available at www.calclassics.com. I downloaded their Convair 340 last night and so far it's been a joy to fly. John MEdit: make that www.calclassic.com

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Daniel, my brother . . . try Pegasus's TBM700 base package available here at avsim.com filename: tbm700_a.zip (It's as good as any payware aircraft)[/font size]Disclaimer: The FREE TBM700 may be more airplane than you can handle

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I found a nice DHC3 Otter on floats here in the library, by Eugene Heyart; Filename = dhc3pzl.zip

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Not easy to handle (it could be me however) but a great fun plane. I wish I had one in reality:http://www.russianaeros.com/images/yak18T1.jpgYak 18T. Look here to find the related files: http://library.avsim.net/search.php?Search...=root&Go=SearchLot's of interesting info, including a nice to read pilot report:http://www.yakuk.com/yak18t.aspAll the best!Rob "Holland&Holland" de Vries http://fool.exler.ru/sm/fly2.gif"To go up, pull the stick back. To go down, pull the stick back harder"

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