Complete Aircraft with Virtual Cockpit
Fs2002 CFS2 Spitfire Mk XI: The Mk XI was a reconnaissance aircraft based on a combination of features from the marks VII, VIII and IX. The PR. Mk. XI variant, the last one of the Spitfires with Merlin engine, was the most important allied reconnaissance airplane on the European front, being used by the RAF and the USAF, flying missions alone and unarmed at distant objectives as far as Berlin. Spit Mk XI nr EN 409, flown by Squadron Leader Martindale, reached 606 mph (Mach 0. 89) in a 45 degree dive on 27 April 1944. Complete aircraft by A. F. Scrub.