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Horten Ho IV for FSX and Flightsim FS2004 FS9 The Horten Ho IV was the fourth design conceived by the Horten brothers. The first Ho IV flew in May 1941 at the Konigsberg luftwaffe base. Of the four airframes completed two survived the war and were flown by RAF personnel in Germany and England until 1950, In 1951 airframe #25 was shipped to the USA. The following year Rudolf Opitz won two major soaring contests with it, and placed seventh in the Nationals, after losing points through a navigational error. That aircraft is on display at the Planes of Fame museum in Chino, California Airframe #26 remained in Germany and is now fully restored and on display at the Flugwerft Schleissheim Museum, Munich These models depict the two surviving airframes. Made with g-Max the aircraft feature full animations, wing structure visible through the translucent fabric covering and a highly detailed Virtual Cockpit with tailoredised gauges, By David Rowberry

Filesize: 9.01 MB | Added on: Oct 12, 2008 | Downloads: 1350

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Horten Ho IV FSX and FS2004 FS9 fourth design conceived. Rating: 8.50 of 10 over a total of 2 reviews.

emilianoerminirating: 10
April 30, 2013
muy lindoo
fc_14668173470737052297rating: 7
January 28, 2011
This thing is pretty cool. Hard to gain altitude after tow plane disconnect, but real fun fly. Great graphics and smooth flight.